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Confidential and personal details have been sent to the wrong people by staff at Companies House in Cardiff, BBC Wales learns.
Yakubu came off the bench to score his first Reading goal and secure an FA Cup fifth-round victory at Derby.
Josh King scores a hat-trick as Championship side Blackburn shock 10-man Premier League side Stoke in the FA Cup fifth round.
Britain's Olympic and European champion Lizzy Yarnold wins the final World Cup event of the season in Sochi.
West Ham chairman David Gold and keeper Adrian apologise to the club's fans following their 4-0 FA Cup defeat at West Brom.
A search and rescue operation is launched after a motorist reported seeing a woman fall from a bridge, possibly carrying a child.
Danish police have said three officers were shot outside a blasphemy debate in Copenhagen attended by the French ambassador and a controversial cartoonist.
Video sharing site YouTube celebrates its tenth anniversary.
The discovery of almonds in two products not advertised as containing nuts prompts a wider investigation by the Food Standards Agency.
California scientists have given details of a telescope camera they are assembling to study "dark energy".
Train passengers are given a romantic send-off by Valentine's Day-themed messages on departure boards.
Tim Sherwood is appointed the new manger of Aston Villa, replacing Paul Lambert who was sacked last week.
Offshore contract workers are to be balloted on possible industrial action in a row over changes to working conditions.
Pope Francis appoints 20 new cardinals at a Vatican ceremony, boosting the number of men from developing countries in the group that will elect his successor.
Record buy Brown Ideye strikes twice as West Brom ease past 10-man West Ham to reach the FA Cup quarter-finals.
The ICC admits that an umpiring error cost James Taylor a century opportunity in England's World Cup defeat by Australia.
England fielded poorly, lacked conviction and were guilty of muddled thinking in their World Cup opener, writes Jonathan Agnew.
Former HSBC chairman Lord Green resigns as chairman of the advisory council for the banking industry body, The City UK.
US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg admits that fine wine was to blame for her nodding off at the president's State of the Union address.
The IRFU strongly reject claims that Jonathan Sexton's selection for Saturday's game against France is a "big mistake".