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The first snow warning for Northern Ireland this winter is issued by the Met Office.
People who view child sex abuse online should get medical help - not prison sentences - a senior police officer says.
A jogger is hit by a police car responding to an emergency incident in Essex, leaving him with "serious life-changing injuries".
UKIP leader Nigel Farage targets seven or eight Welsh seats at the general election and plans a "massive assault" on the assembly elections.
Thieves attempt to steal a cash machine from a bank in Bolton by using a gas canister to blow it up.
More than 1,000 people are taking part in the annual Lundy's Day parade in Londonderry.
Snow, ice and strong winds forecast for parts of Scotland could cause some disruption to travel, the Met Office has warned.
About half a million people flee coastal villages in the Philippines as powerful Typhoon Hagupit heads towards areas devastated by a storm last year.
Hartlepool United sack manager Paul Murray after Friday's FA Cup defeat to non-league Blyth Spartans.
Scotland's Royal Blind School re-opens after a major redevelopment.
The families of two Britons murdered in Thailand say they are feel "relief" that the case is coming to court and are "confident" about the investigation.
A man who dragged a woman to an area next to derelict pub and raped her after she got off a night bus in east London is wanted by the police.
An animal rights group is branded "misogynistic" for using a sexually suggestive image of a woman in an anti-dairy products advert.
Lewis Hamilton says he will have to come back stronger in 2015 if he is to stay ahead of team-mate Nico Rosberg.
UK-born US hostage Luke Somers dies after a rescue operation by US and Yemeni forces against his al-Qaeda captors, US and Yemeni officials say.
Fares on Arriva Trains Wales services are to go up by at least 10p from 2 January 2015.
A man dies in a collision on the M8 motorway on the outskirts of Edinburgh between the Gogar and Hermiston junctions.
A senior al-Qaeda militant, accused of planning to bomb trains in New York and London, has been killed in Pakistan, the country's military says.
A teenager thanks the air ambulance crew who helped save his life, two years after a devastating accident.
An Italian white truffle, reportedly the largest in the world, will be sold at an in-house and online auction in New York on Saturday.