A woman has had her haircut for the first time since 1994 to raise money for a cancer charity.
A cat called Kitty undergoes life-saving surgery after swallowing a toy cat - also named Kitty.
Glastonbury organisers reveal name of new festival which will be separate and in a different place.
Nicola Sturgeon says Theresa May's plan to take the UK out of the EU's single market brings a second Scottish independence referendum "undoubtedly" closer.
A European court rules the rights of a man who killed three people in 1983 have not been breached.
A teenager accused of preparing acts of terrorism branded MP Jo Cox's killer a "hero", a court hears.
Ex-TV presenter Rolf Harris groped a teenager in a taxi in 1978, a jury in his trial hears.
The impact of wet and cold weather means yields in Spain and Italy are much lower and prices higher.
Security at a Tunisian resort was questioned months before 30 Britons were killed, an inquest hears.
Knowsley, which became the first borough to lose all its A-level classes, has plans for the exam to return.
A bin man is filmed spilling rubbish on to a Hull street and kicking it beneath a parked car.
Karen Gillan begins directing her first feature film in what is being seen as a boost for the homegrown film industry.
Theresa May has set out her negotiation priorities for the UK to leave the European Union.
Some of the headlines from Theresa May's vision for future UK-EU relations.
Next week's strike by drivers on Southern rail is suspended ahead of fresh talks, the TUC announces.
Olympic gold medalist David Wilkie tells PM that a lifeguard was wrong to complain about his etiquette at his local swimming pool.
Inflation hit its highest rate since July 2014 last month as air fares and food prices rose.
A £1m police review into the case of a missing woman from York is to be "scaled-down", police say.
The ex-foreign secretary faces being sued over allegations of MI6 involvement in man's abduction.
When Donald Trump tweeted Ivanka in Brighton instead of his daughter, she thought she should put him straight.