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An operation to airlift hundreds of tonnes of heather brash and crushed stone to repair a hilltop walking route begins on Monday.
The seventh day of searching for schoolboy Cameron Comey gets underway on Monday morning.
A woman who was shot by her estranged husband wants a law passed saying domestic violence issues will be taught in schools.
A man in his 30s dies after being swept out to sea while walking his dog in Scarborough.
BBC Inside Out investigates why there have been no successful prosecutions for female genital mutilation even though it has been a criminal offence in Britain for 30 years.
A fresh appeal for information is due to be made by police later ahead of the 10th anniversary of the disappearance of a missing Bangor woman.
A scandal-hit fertility clinic based at Glasgow Royal Infirmary is reopening after a £1m refurbishment was carried out.
A 13-year-old girl from County Donegal dies following a crash on the Glenshane Road in Londonderry.
Do high end catwalk shows have any bearing on high street fashion?
Mark Chapman is joined by Mark Lawrenson, Jermaine Jenas and special guest Noel Gallagher to discuss the weekend's talking points in the Premier League.
Barry George, the man wrongfully convicted of the murder of TV presenter Jill Dando, tells the BBC that a decision not to award him compensation is "a mockery of justice".
British police officers are in Turkey as the search continues for three schoolgirls believed to be heading for Syria to join Islamic State militants.
University of Bolton assistant vice-chancellor Patrick McGhee looks at how access for poorer students varies regionally and what is being done.
Images of the ceremony and backstage on Oscars night
England claim their first win of the 2015 World Cup as a record opening stand helps them to a 119-run victory over Scotland.
Could new "auto-disable" syringe help stem outbreaks of HIV?
Greece is preparing to present a list of reforms to international creditors in order to secure a bailout extension.
The Church of England pays some staff less than the living wage - despite calling on employers to pay at least that amount - the Sun newspaper reveals.
A Thai court is due to rule on the case of two students charged with breaking strict laws against insulting the monarchy in a 2013 play.
Rolf Harris is stripped of his Australian honours after his conviction last year for child sex offences, a formal statement says.