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A missing 12-year-old girl from West Sussex is believed by police to have run off with an older man overnight.
Just over two weeks to go before the launch of reforms to UK pensions, experts warn thousands of savers are still unable to book free guidance sessions.
Aberdeen's hopes of catching Premiership leaders Celtic are dented as Dundee hit back for a share of the points.
A defence lawyer for one of the four Sun journalists cleared of paying military sources questions the use of the law that led to his trial.
Residents are moved from a care home on the Isle of Wight ahead of a police inquiry into the deaths of five people.
Calls by head teachers for an independent body to make decisions about the school curriculum have been rejected by the education secretary.
About 300 people are arrested after parents and friends climb walls to pass answers to school students sitting exams in India's Bihar state.
Three airlines are facing legal action over claims about poor customer service, the Civil Aviation Authority says.
Referee Neil Swarbrick appears to send off the wrong player in the second minute of Manchester City's match with West Brom.
Heptathlete Kelly Sotherton's Commonwealth Games gold medal, stolen during a burglary, is returned to her
A fishing boat skipper believes a submarine may have snagged itself in his nets off the Outer Hebrides.
A man appears in court in Belfast accused of causing grievous bodily harm to a woman by attacking her with a metal pipe from a vacuum cleaner.
A 20-year-old man is charged following a robbery in which an elderly woman was threatened in her home with what appeared to be a gun.
Thousands of people have flocked to the coast of Normandy to witness Mont Saint-Michel being cut off by exceptionally high tides.
A section of the M5 in Gloucestershire is closed after a lorry overturned, spilling fuel on to the motorway.
A three tonne "Easter Island head" is carefully manoeuvred into place for an exhibition at the Manchester Museum.
A pop-up 'street velodrome' is giving thousands of people a chance to have a go at track cycling
The health secretary says he is hopeful that a deal on a cost-effective price for a new Meningitis B vaccine can be reached with the manufacturers.
Phil Mercer meet a group of so-called grey nomads helping to harvest grapes for wine in the New South Wales Hunter Valley.
Chancellor George Osborne officially opens the £61m National Graphene Institute at the University of Manchester.