The family of former Celtic manager and player Billy McNeill confirm he has dementia.
Shape of You star, Ed Sheeran dropped in to an Essex hockey club to watch his girlfriend play and made fans very happy.
A murder inquiry is under way following the death of a man in Newtownards, County Down.
The former home of the original Ernie machine, which generated winning Premium Bond numbers, is demolished.
A major search for a teenager believed to have fallen from cliffs at Arbroath in Angus is extended.
Deputy leader Peter Whittle says party "more united than ever" after Stoke defeat.
Rugby league team Wigan Warriors' under-19 players have started taking weekly ballet classes to help strength and posture.
A growing number of "sugar babies" are working in the sex industry to help fund their education.
A quarter of all patients smoke and Public Health England wants to help them quit their habit.
Delays in treatment are forcing transgender patients to get help from private doctors.
Party leader accepts "share of responsibility" for by-election loss but is "determined" to stay on.
BBC Three's Stacey Dooley has been held by police in Japan while filming about the child sex trade.
Senior Tory Lord Heseltine says he will rebel against ministers when peers debate the Brexit bill.
Craig Reeves explains what life is like on a canal boat after the Canal and River Trust revealed an increase in the number of people taking to the waterways.
A UK watchdog says so-called Islamic State plans "indiscriminate attacks on innocent civilians".
More than £17m will be made available for robotics research carried out by British universities.
For several decades, the UK sent children across the world to new lives where many were abused.
Accusations are made against Mo Farah's coach on one front page as terror threats dominate another.
The American coach of Olympic champion Mo Farah may have broken anti-doping rules to boost the performance of some of his athletes, says a leaked report.
Steve Williams is sick of Southern's service and plans to go into business against them.