A man from Aberystwyth successfully sues Apple after his watch broke - forcing the company to change its product description.
Ministers are to press ahead with plans to allow councils in England and Wales to relax Sunday trading laws, the business secretary tells MPs.
BT's broadband network appears to be coming back online after suffering nationwide problems in the UK.
The families of 11 men who died in the Shoreham air crash are told an incident at another airshow is part of the police investigation.
The National Stud in Newmarket is closed following the discovery of a neurological herpes virus infection.
Stormont's leaders are selling off their nuclear bunker in County Antrim - an emergency shelter that dates back to the latter stages of the Cold War.
West Indies U19s are accused of "disgraceful behaviour" after a controversial run-out gives them victory over Zimbabwe in the World Cup.
Mark Chapman and guests look ahead to Super Bowl 50, where the Carolina Panthers will take on the Denver Broncos in San Francisco.
A police officer who is facing a misconduct claim had praised Andrew Mitchell's "candour" for explaining his role in the "plebgate" row but then told the BBC he had been evasive, a tribunal hears.
A man is jailed for attacking a teenager who was feeding ducks at a Lake District beauty spot.
The BBC will broadcast the next five Olympics - Summer and Winter- on its television, radio and online platforms.
The strength of Storm Henry's gusts were enough to force a waterfall on the Isle of Mull to be blown back on itself.
Sixty-five to 79 is the happiest age group for adults, while middle-aged people have the lowest levels of well-being, a UK study suggests.
'I'm not a stripper' and other mistakes
The BBC's Douglas Fraser on the taxes Scotland has now and what's to come
A man appears in court charged with the murder of 20-year-old barmaid India Chipchase in Northampton.
The body of a 33-year-old missing music shop owner is found in the boot of his car parked in Birmingham.
Would-be students at Cambridge University will have to sit written tests as part of the application process, the university's admissions director announces.
Scottish Power cuts the price of its standard gas tariff by 5.4% from 15 March, the third of the big suppliers to do so this year.
England head coach Steve McNamara leaves the post, with the Rugby Football League announcing his contract will not be renewed.