29 Mar
2017
07:19

London attack: Thames woman's family overwhelmed by 'love and support'

news.bbc.co.uk - Relatives of Andreea Cristea express thanks to UK as London attack victim remains critically ill. More... (UK)
29 Mar
2017
06:59

Royal Marine Alexander Blackman expresses 'relief' at sentence cut

news.bbc.co.uk - Alexander Blackman says his wife's campaign "sustained" him during his three years in jail. More... (UK)
29 Mar
2017
06:56

Jacques Rudolph: Glamorgan captain backs ECB's new T20 plans

news.bbc.co.uk - Glamorgan captain Jacques Rudolph says the new T20 tournament planned by cricket bosses could benefit county cricket. More... (Wales)
29 Mar
2017
06:46

London attack: Thames women's family overwhelmed by 'love and support'

news.bbc.co.uk - Romanian tourist Andreea Cristea remains in hospital after falling into river in Westminster attack. More... (Europe)
29 Mar
2017
06:39

'This affects all parts and all people’

news.bbc.co.uk - Lord Gus O'Donnell says there will be a price to pay for Brexit More... (Olympics)
29 Mar
2017
06:35

Violet Youens: Man charged over four-year-old's death

news.bbc.co.uk - Violet Youens was hit by a car when it mounted the pavement while she was out with her grandmother. More... (England)
29 Mar
2017
06:31

Brexit city

news.bbc.co.uk - As Theresa May triggers the formal process of leaving the EU, what do people in Swansea want from Brexit? More... (Wales)
29 Mar
2017
06:24

Your Pictures in Wales: 22-28 March 2017

news.bbc.co.uk - A weekly selection of your pictures from around Wales. More... (Wales)
29 Mar
2017
06:13

Scottish Gossip: Celtic, Rangers, Hibernian, Scotland, Dundee United, Ross County

news.bbc.co.uk - Dundee United are reportedly being bailed out by a USA-based fan as Kenny van der Weg looks poised to leave Ross County. More... (Scotland)
29 Mar
2017
06:13

Hinterland director calls for Welsh dramas to be bilingual

news.bbc.co.uk - There is a place for showing the reality of how we speak in Wales, the director of Hinterland says. More... (Wales)
29 Mar
2017
06:07

NRL pay talks going well, says RLPA president Cameron Smith

www.guardian.co.uk - NRL receptive in discussions on new five-year CBARLPA looking to change way game’s revenue distributedNewly elected Rugby League Players’ Association (RLPA) president Cameron Smith is confident of brokering a deal with the NRL for a fixed percentage of the code’s revenue in their pay talks.The Australian captain replaced Clint Newton in the role this week, saying it was a “natural progression” as the most-capped player of the current crop. Related: NRL players' star value pushing demands over revenue sharing Continue reading... More... (Rugby league)
29 Mar
2017
06:07

Jackie Kennedy and JFK letters in Welsh peer's auction lot

news.bbc.co.uk - A rejection of marriage from former US president John F Kennedy's widow to a Welsh peer could fetch £150,000. More... (Wales)
29 Mar
2017
06:02

Civil servant David Sterling takes over Stormont budget

news.bbc.co.uk - David Sterling will use emergency powers to release cash to departments until a new budget is in place. More... (Northern Ireland)
29 Mar
2017
06:00

Brexit: Beth fydd yn bwysig i Gymru wrth i ni adael?

news.bbc.co.uk - Gohebwyr arbenigol BBC Cymru sy'n darogan beth fydd yn bwysig i Gymru wrth i ni adael yr UE. More... (Wales)
29 Mar
2017
05:54

Jackie Kennedy love letters in Welsh peer auction lot

news.bbc.co.uk - A rejection of marriage from the ex-US president's widow is in the lot which could fetch £150,000. More... (Wales)
29 Mar
2017
05:54

Greenock freight terminal to double capacity

news.bbc.co.uk - Owner Peel Ports announces five-year plan to expand its operation on the Clyde. More... (Scotland)
29 Mar
2017
05:53

Stormont sound bites

news.bbc.co.uk - From "window of opportunity" to "tackle the real issues", some of the cliches wheeled out in Stormont talks. More... (Northern Ireland)
29 Mar
2017
05:47

Rhodri Morgan: 'Gallai trafod Brexit gymryd pum mlynedd'

news.bbc.co.uk - Cyn brif weinidog Cymru yn rhybuddio y gallai trafodaethau Brexit gymryd pum mlynedd i'w cwblhau, wrth i Theresa May danio Erthygl 50. More... (Wales)
29 Mar
2017
05:43

Cardiff City: Bluebirds' 2017-18 promotion push 'has started', says Bamba

news.bbc.co.uk - Cardiff City's Sol Bamba says manager Neil Warnock is already preparing for a 2017-18 Premier League promotion push. More... (Wales)
29 Mar
2017
05:41

Most of £150m critical care building remains closed

news.bbc.co.uk - A state of the art £150m building in the grounds of Belfast's Royal Victoria Hospital remains mainly closed to the public five years after it was to open. More... (Northern Ireland)
29 Mar
2017
05:40

Where parties stand

news.bbc.co.uk - Where do the Welsh parties stand on the European Union as Brexit is triggered? More... (Wales)
29 Mar
2017
05:35

Scotland's papers: Independence poll and Brexit letter

news.bbc.co.uk - Holyrood backs an independence referendum and the PM signs the letter to trigger Article 50. More... (Scotland)
29 Mar
2017
05:30

Man who fired catapult at dogs among RSPCA prosecutions

news.bbc.co.uk - More successful animal welfare prosecutions were secured by RSPCA Cymru in 2016 than the two previous years. More... (Wales)
29 Mar
2017
05:26

Civil servant David Sterling takes over Stormont finances

news.bbc.co.uk - Senior civil servant David Sterling takes control of Stormont's finances because of the failure to pass a budget for the new financial year. More... (Northern Ireland)
29 Mar
2017
05:23

David Sterling: The civil servant holding Stormont's purse strings

news.bbc.co.uk - It is fitting that the man tasked with implementing a dramatic reduction in Stormont spending is called Sterling. More... (Northern Ireland)
29 Mar
2017
05:23

Controlling Sterling

news.bbc.co.uk - It is fitting that the man tasked with implementing a dramatic reduction in Stormont spending is called Sterling. More... (Northern Ireland)
29 Mar
2017
05:22

Impact on Wales

news.bbc.co.uk - Leaving the EU - what are the key issues for Wales? More... (Wales)
29 Mar
2017
05:20

RSPCA animal welfare prosecutions in Wales up

news.bbc.co.uk - Cases included a drugged and mutilated Staffordshire bull terrier. More... (Wales)
29 Mar
2017
05:07

Brexit talks 'could take five years', Rhodri Morgan says

news.bbc.co.uk - Wales is "going into the unknown" as the process to leave the EU officially begins, former First Minister Rhodri Morgan says. More... (Wales)
29 Mar
2017
05:00

'Hillsborough law' could imprison police officers who are not truthful

www.guardian.co.uk - Bill proposed by Andy Burnham to impose duty of candour was prompted by 27-year fight for fair hearing for victims’ families A proposed “Hillsborough law” requiring police forces and public authorities to be open and truthful in legal proceedings, including about their own failures, and that would give bereaved families the same resources as the police to make their case at future inquests is to be presented to parliament. The 10-minute-rule bill will be introduced by Labour MP Andy Burnham on Wednesday. The public authority (accountability) bill would impose on public authorities and employees a duty to act with “transparency, candour and frankness”. Individual officials would face a fine or maximum two-year term in prison for failing to do so, including for feeding misleading information to the media. Continue reading... More... (Football)
29 Mar
2017
04:13

USA fail to hit the heights but pick up useful point against Panama

www.guardian.co.uk - Clint Dempsey’s opener cancelled out by Gabriel Gomez before the breakBruce Arena’s side fail to dominate but secure 1-1 draw in Panama CityAfter the rout, the reality check.Bruce Arena’s side followed up Friday’s 6-0 win over Honduras with a fitful display at the Estadio Rommel Fernandez for a result that might come to be seen as a useful point in their 2018 World Cup qualifying campaign. Continue reading... More... (Football)
29 Mar
2017
04:06

Panama 1-1 USA: World Cup qualifying - as it happened

www.guardian.co.uk - USA score first but pegged back in Panama CityClint Dempsey becomes record US goalscorer in WC qualifyingPanama and US move to 3rd and 4th in group after 4 games 5.06am BST Final thoughts:It was pretty much as expected from both teams — Panama have been a difficult team to break down over the last year, and for the most part this was another solid defensive performance from them, other than the moment where Pulisic opened them up so coolly for the USA goal. 4.57am BST Honors even. Panama stay third and the USA move back up to fourth place. Final thoughts in a moment. Continue reading... More... (Football)
29 Mar
2017
03:42

Stansted Airport: Three arrested after aircraft lock-in

news.bbc.co.uk - Flights were temporarily halted on Tuesday evening after protestors locked themselves in an aircraft. More... (UK)
29 Mar
2017
01:57

Panama v USA: World Cup qualifying - live!

www.guardian.co.uk - All the latest as USA travel to Panama for latest World Cup qualifierEmail Graham or tweet him with your hints, tips and suggestions 2.57am BST Twitter is still going on about the US defense@KidWeil @guardian @GuardianUS 1) hooray! Definitely staying up now 2) back line as ugly as anything Klinsmann trotted out 2.53am BST As it standsMexico 10 pts +4 GDCosta Rica 7 pts +4 GDPanama 4 pts 0 GDHonduras 4 pts -5 GDUSA 3 pts +1 GDT&T 3 pts -4 GDSo if Panama can get a home win tonight, they, Mexico and Costa Rica can keep a little space between them and the group of three chasing the automatic qualifying slot — especially given the weakened goal difference the USA handed to Honduras. Fourth in the group will still be good to reach a two-legged playoff — which is how Mexico made it to the World Cup last time out. If the teams draw tonight the US will move back up to fourth place on goal difference. Continue reading... More... (Football)
29 Mar
2017
00:55

Stansted Airport: Protest to 'end deportations' diverts flights

news.bbc.co.uk - Flights from Naples, Cologne and Glasgow were among those affected as protestors lay on the ground. More... (UK)
29 Mar
2017
00:21

'Disbelief' of London attacker's former employer

news.bbc.co.uk - A past colleague of Westminster killer says he was the "last man I thought would do a heinous crime". More... (England)
29 Mar
2017
00:20

RSPCA reports rise in animal cruelty claims but fall in convictions

news.bbc.co.uk - Animal welfare charity says it received more complaints in 2016, but the number of prosecutions fell. More... (England)
29 Mar
2017
00:18

Marine Le Pen on why the EU wants Brexit to be painful

news.bbc.co.uk - Though the French presidential candidate still thinks Great Britain will negotiate a good deal. More... (UK)
29 Mar
2017
00:18

North Cumbria Hospitals NHS Trust to exit special measures

news.bbc.co.uk - North Cumbria Hospitals trust is the last of 11 to have status removed after high death-rate review. More... (England)
29 Mar
2017
00:11

Funds to be sought for large scale removal of hedgehogs

news.bbc.co.uk - Scottish Natural Heritage is hoping to secure funds to eradicate the creatures from the Hebrides. More... (Scotland)
29 Mar
2017
00:09

US bank Wells Fargo agrees $110m lawsuit settlement

news.bbc.co.uk - America's biggest bank agrees settlement in case of customers who had accounts opened without their consent. More... (Americas)
29 Mar
2017
00:09

Cricket Australia has dropped the ball on alcohol sponsorship | Toby Hall

www.guardian.co.uk - Study after study shows the danger of exposure to alcohol promotion on children. If sports won’t stop it, the government mustFor a moment there, I thought we were going to see some real change.Late last week, Cricket Australia and Carlton and United Breweries (CUB) announced their 20-year sponsorship deal - estimated to have been worth $65m over five years - had come to an end. Related: Bitter end for Cricket Australia's brewery deal after 20-year innings Related: Alcohol advertising is aggressive and linked to youth drinking, research finds Continue reading... More... (Cricket)
29 Mar
2017
00:00

Article 50: What to look out for in Northern Ireland

news.bbc.co.uk - Leaving the EU - what are the key issues for Northern Ireland? More... (Northern Ireland)