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Nicola Jeffery Sykes lived with cancer in many parts of her body before finally being declared cancer-free by doctors.
Actor and writer Stephen Fry confirms plans to marry his partner Elliott Spencer in a ceremony in Norfolk.
The Pakistani government votes unanimously in favour of sending civilian terror suspects to military courts.
Two people who were caring for a one-year-old baby in Birmingham are charged with his murder.
US lawyer Alan Dershowitz has begun legal action to clear his name after court papers separately accuse him, and Prince Andrew, of having sex with an underage girl.
The defeated Conservative candidate in the Rochester and Strood by-election is selected to stand for her party again at the General Election.
Raury has come fourth in the BBC Music Sound Of 2015 new music list, which aims to showcase the rising stars to watch in the year ahead.
House of Fraser, the department store chain, has reported "record" sales over the key Christmas trading period.
Thousands of NHS staff in Scotland have been signed off work with mental health problems in the past two years, figures show.
A missionary from County Tyrone who was shot and wounded in the Democratic Republic of Congo is now stable in hospital.
Graphic pictures of atrocities in Syria are on display at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, DC. Kim Ghattas reports.
Steven Gerrard’s match-winning performance against AFC Wimbledon shows his importance to Liverpool, writes Phil McNulty.
A driver is killed when a car crashes into a wild boar on the M4 in Wiltshire and is then hit by a lorry.
Rangers tell Robert Sarver his £18m takeover approach undervalues the club but invite the American to invest.
Number four: Musical prodigy Raury, who hails from Atlanta
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars sold a record number of cars last year, breaking through the 4,000 mark for the first time in its 111-year history.
Ashraf Ghani was sworn in as the new Afghan president in September 2014 but he has still not formed a cabinet.
An international hunt for a man wanted in connection with the murder of a woman at a hotel continues following an emotional appeal by her mother.
The number of women in Wales being diagnosed with lung cancer sees a 35% rise over a decade.
Fifa vice president Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein says he will challenge Sepp Blatter for the leadership of football's governing body.