A Hillsborough survivor finally meets the man who pulled him from the crush as an eight-year-old boy 27 years ago.
Former Olympic Champion Tessa Sanderson, 60, talks to the Victoria Derbyshire programme about bringing up her adopted twins, Cassius and Ruby May.
A woman who replaced chocolates with small objects such as rubber balls, marbles and conkers has been sentenced.
A Belgian taekwondo fighter whose brother was one of the suicide bombers in the terror attacks on Brussels has won European gold.
Previously unseen photographs of the late David Bowie taken by Markus Klinko, who created his Heathen album cover, go on display.
Patient care could start to suffer after hospitals and other NHS trusts in England overspent by a record £2.45bn last year, experts are warning.
Two Britons living abroad lose their Court of Appeal battle over the right to vote in June's EU referendum.
Pressure is mounting on Muirfield Golf Club to reverse its decision not to allow women members, with golfers and politicians criticising the move.
A police force apologises after its officers make a sandcastle "crime scene" featuring a naked dead woman.
Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver has long been known for his campaign to improve children's access to healthier food.
A fox cub is found "near to death" with its head stuck in a peanut butter jar in a Wiltshire graveyard.
The Royal Navy has been without any aircraft carriers since 2010, but two are now being built. Jonathan Beale went to meet the ship's company.
Bookmakers Ladbrokes and Gala Coral may have to shed hundreds of stores if their proposed merger is to go ahead, the Competition and Markets Authority says.
The Britons fleeing Australia's traffic and TV
WWII refugees meet children alone in Calais
Sole Liberal Democrat AM Kirsty Williams says she is not taking her party's support to become Welsh education secretary for granted.
Nearly 5,500 mental health patients in England had to travel out of their area last year because of a lack of hospital beds, new figures show.
The Archbishop of Canterbury apologises to Jersey's Dean over claims he mishandled an allegation by a woman of abuse relating to a church official.
Five prison officers were taken hostage at a Suffolk prison and a bladed toilet brush was used to attack an inmate in Staffordshire, it emerges.
A business owner who watched on CCTV from home while his business was burgled twice in one night says police were "too busy" to come out.