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Disney's Frozen Fever will be shown ahead of Kenneth Branagh's live-action reimagining of Cinderella.
Two Frenchmen are jailed in Paris over a hit-and-run accident in 2011 in which a young Israeli woman was killed by a speeding car in Tel Aviv.
Zig-zag patterns on a fossilised shell in Indonesia may be the earliest known engravings by a human ancestor, scientists say.
'Good news day' decimates website's readership
Liverpool say they will begin work on Monday to increase Anfield's capacity from about 45,500 to 59,000.
Google is developing child-friendly versions of its search site, Chrome browser and video-sharing service YouTube, according to a US report.
No prosecutions will be brought against former staff at a school in Surrey where Jimmy Savile abused girls, says the CPS.
The cause of death of a man suspected of murdering a woman in an act of cannibalism is still unknown, an inquest hears.
Spectre will be the title of the 24th official James Bond film, its makers announce.
The Dalriada Hospital has won a temporary reprieve after a high court judge ruled it must continue to accept new patients.
Police investigating the disappearance of new mother Charlotte Bevan and her baby daughter Zaani are searching the area where a woman's body was discovered on Wednesday night.
Perth woman Charlie Guest, the UK's number one female alpine slalom skier, suffers a broken back while training in Sweden.
One of Scotland's largest hospitals is told to improve its cleanliness after inspectors saw patient equipment spattered with blood and body fluids.
The World Anti-Doping Agency says it will "fully investigate" claims of systematic Russian doping on German TV.
The Department for Social Development has said it will have to cut hundreds of jobs due to spending cuts in the 2015/16 budget.
Joanna Rowsell targets gold at this weekend's UCI Track Cycling World Cup in London but February's World Championships remains her main goal.
Police investigate claims officers used "disproportionate force" at a tuition fees protest at the University of Warwick.
Renowned violinist Kyung-Wha Chung shocks audiences at the Royal Festival Hall with an outburst aimed at a coughing child.
England captain Alastair Cook is given a one-match ban for his side's slow over rate in Wednesday's win over Sri Lanka.
Recommendations made after the deaths in custody of inmates at a prison and young offender institution in Dorset have not been fully implemented, inspectors find.