Anti-corruption investigators in China confirm the finding of the equivalent of $33m in cash at an official's home - the biggest such haul to date.
Ofsted is unlikely to win any popularity contests, the chief inspector has admitted in a speech.
Entertainer Rolf Harris loses the first round of a legal challenge against his conviction for indecent assaults.
Why flying drones in restricted airspace could land you in prison, plus other technology news
An explosion at a major bus station in Gombe state in north-eastern Nigeria kills at least four people and injures 32 people, police say.
The UK Government has said that it will 'retire' £218m of the UK's £2bn First World War debt by refinancing bonds originally issued by Winston Churchill.
All new government policies in England now have to undergo a test to check whether they help families.
Ed Miliband promises that a Labour government would grant cities and regions greater powers to improve bus services across England.
Tourists are being asked to only touch Greyfriars Bobby's nose "gently" after work to restore the statue failed again.
A woman who was caught on CCTV dragging a man in a wheelchair behind her car is handed a two-year driving ban.
A 57-year-old man appears in court charged with the murder of Edward Gibson in west Belfast.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho confirms striker Diego Costa will be available for Saturday's Premier League game with QPR.
Manchester City's David Silva will miss the Manchester derby and could be out for three weeks with a knee injury.
Crocodile farming in Zimbabwe is an expensive, niche business, as the BBC's Brian Hungwe finds out.
Lee Westwood posts a hole-in-one in a second round 65 to move into third, three shots behind Billy Hurley III, in Kuala Lumpur.
People may not like paying tax. But what is even less popular is the thought they have no choice while others have much more control over their tax bill, says the BBC's Sebastian Chrispin.
A major fire forces the evacuation of the French national radio building in Paris but there are no immediate reports of casualties.
Hungary shelves a proposed tax on internet data traffic after tens of thousands of Hungarians marched against it.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger admits he is concerned by his players' use of social media site Twitter, plus more.
The metal detectorists who are saving marriages