Today
12:30

The greatest FA Cup goals: our writers choose the best they've ever seen

www.telegraph.co.uk - In pics: From Ryan Giggs' tribute to Joy Division in 1999 that kept Manchester United on course for the treble to an Argentine bricklayer, our writers pick the best FA Cup goals they have seen More... (Football)
Today
12:25

VIDEO: More women in German boardrooms

news.bbc.co.uk - A law passed in Germany will see 100 of the country's largest businesses appointing more women on their supervisory boards to meet the newly set quota of 30%. More... (Europe)
Today
12:23

New weekly papers launched

news.bbc.co.uk - Falling circulation has not put off publishers of new local papers More... (Wales)
Today
12:22

Once a month bin trial set to end

news.bbc.co.uk - A trial that cut the number of household black bin collections from once a fortnight to once a month is to end on 31 March. More... (Northern Ireland)
Today
12:21

Outcry as IS 'wrecks' Assyrian site

news.bbc.co.uk - Archaeologists and officials express outrage about the reported bulldozing of the ancient Assyrian city of Nimrud in Iraq by Islamic State (IS) militants. More... (Middle East)
Today
12:18

Germany Eurovision entrant withdraws

news.bbc.co.uk - The winner of the search to find Germany's Eurovision Song Contest entrant turned down the chance to represent his country on live TV. More... (Europe)
Today
12:15

VIDEO: Hurd to PM: Don't be ashamed of education

news.bbc.co.uk - Douglas Hurd recalls Bosnia, his failed bid to lead his party and the UK, and advice to David Cameron on his education More... (Olympics)
Today
12:15

Danes 'should teach Prophet cartoons'

news.bbc.co.uk - Danish teaching group calls for controversial cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad to be printed in school textbooks. More... (Europe)
Today
12:14

Fan fault affects new £42m ferry

news.bbc.co.uk - A new ferry built for the Stornoway to Ullapool route is temporarily withdrawn from passenger duties because of a faulty ventilation fan. More... (Scotland)
Today
12:12

Volcano death woman's organs donated

news.bbc.co.uk - A young Northern Ireland woman who died after collapsing after a volcano trek in Indonesia has donated nine organs, her parents say. More... (Northern Ireland)
Today
12:09

FA GB plans show 'lack of respect'

news.bbc.co.uk - The Football Association of Wales reiterates its fear British Olympic teams at Rio 2016 could jeopardise its independence. More... (Wales)
Today
12:09

Congo officials 'similar to rebels'

news.bbc.co.uk - Abuse and exploitation in government-controlled areas in eastern DR Congo are almost as bad as when they were held by rebels, says UK charity Oxfam. More... (Africa)
Today
12:08

Ebola nurse to appear at hearing

news.bbc.co.uk - Scottish nurse Pauline Cafferkey, who contracted Ebola whilst working in Sierra Leone, is appearing before regulators in Edinburgh. More... (UK)
Today
12:07

Wales and Falkirk's Jones retires

news.bbc.co.uk - Wales and Falkirk midfielder Owain Tudur Jones is forced to retire from football because of knee problems. More... (Scotland)
Today
12:00

The Indian who fought for Yorkshire

news.bbc.co.uk - Broken glasses reveal life of Bengali man who fought for Britain More... (England)
Today
12:00

Manchester United v Arsenal: match preview for the FA Cup quarter-final

www.telegraph.co.uk - As great rivals face off on Monday in FA Cup quarter-final at Old Trafford read all the news ahead of the clash More... (Football)
Today
12:00

Liverpool v Blackburn Rovers: match preview for the FA Cup quarter-final

www.telegraph.co.uk - Brendan Rodgers's side host Championship opponents on Sunday in FA Cup quarter-final at Old Trafford - read all the news ahead of the clash More... (Football)
Today
12:00

Three-year north-south train deal

news.bbc.co.uk - A new three-year contract securing daily express rail services between Holyhead and Cardiff is agreed. More... (Wales)
Today
11:59

Man fined for shooting 20 pheasants

news.bbc.co.uk - A man is fined after shooting 20 pheasants over two days at Balgray Estate, near Lockerbie, in September 2013. More... (Scotland)
Today
11:57

Man arrested over raid on jewellers

news.bbc.co.uk - A 24-year-old man is arrested in connection with an armed robbery at an Edinburgh jewellers. More... (Scotland)
Today
11:54

Drugs arrest after police raid house

news.bbc.co.uk - Police raid house and arrest man on drugs charge after being tipped off by members of the public in Mold, Flintshire. More... (Wales)
Today
11:52

Fifa’s Sepp Blatter calls on Iran to end stadium ban for women

www.guardian.co.uk - ‘Open the nation’s football stadiums to women,’ says Blatter Fifa president also critical of confederations for failing to elect women Campaign against sexism in English football targets abuse of doctorSepp Blatter has asked Iran to end its ban on women watching football matches, describing the situation as intolerable.“When I travelled to Iran in November 2013, I was not only confronted with huge popular enthusiasm from football but also a law forbidding women from attending football matches,” the Fifa president wrote in the governing body’s weekly magazine. “I raised the topic at my meeting with the president of Iran Hassan Rouhani, and came away with the impression that this intolerable situation could change over the medium term. Continue reading... More... (Football)
Today
11:50

Pensioner hit by car on crossing

news.bbc.co.uk - An elderly woman is hit by a car on a crossing in the Vale of Glamorgan. More... (Wales)
Today
11:49

Ukraine to top agenda at EU meeting

news.bbc.co.uk - EU foreign ministers are due to meet in the Latvian capital Riga with the crisis in Ukraine expected to dominate the agenda. More... (Europe)
Today
11:49

Kitten killed by banned pesticide

news.bbc.co.uk - An animal welfare charity is appealing for information after a kitten that was poisoned died in her owner's arms in Midlothian. More... (Scotland)
Today
11:48

Ath-sgrùdadh Chùil Lodair

news.bbc.co.uk - Thèid ath-sgrùdadh a dhèanamh air sgìre ghlèidhteachais Àrfhaich Chùil Lodair. More... (Scotland)
Today
11:43

Austria advises against Klimt return

news.bbc.co.uk - One of Gustav Klimt's most famous paintings should not be returned the heirs of its original Jewish owners, an Austrian panel has ruled. More... (Europe)
Today
11:43

VIDEO: Rangers EGM applause for King

news.bbc.co.uk - Shareholders applaud Dave King inside Ibrox during the extraordinary general meeting on Friday morning. More... (Scotland)
Today
11:42

Pair jailed for Ayesha Ali killing

news.bbc.co.uk - A mother and her lover are jailed for the manslaughter of her eight-year-old daughter, Ayesha Ali, in east London. More... (UK)
Today
11:42

VIDEO: Alexei Navalny released from jail

news.bbc.co.uk - The prominent critic of the Kremlin, Alexei Navalny, has been released from jail in Russia, as Sarah Rainsford reports. More... (Europe)
Today
11:40

Harris doubts Oscar host return

news.bbc.co.uk - Neil Patrick Harris has said he doubts he will ever present the Oscars again, following on from his much-criticised hosting of the event this year. More... (Americas)
Today
11:39

West Ham’s Carlton Cole accepts FA charge over Twitter exchange with Spurs fan

www.guardian.co.uk - Charge relates to Cole’s response to Tottenham fan on Twitter Reid signs new six-and-a-half-year contract at West Ham UnitedThe West Ham striker Carlton Cole has accepted a Football Association charge over a Twitter exchange with a Tottenham Hotspur supporter.Cole had until 6pm on Thursday night to respond to the charge of making a comment which “was abusive and/or insulting and/or improper and/or brings the game into disrepute”. A FA independent commission will now meet to decide his sanction, with no limit to the possible punishment. Continue reading... More... (Football)
Today
11:39

West Ham’s Carlton Cole accepts FA charge over Twitter row with Spurs fan

www.guardian.co.uk - FA independent commission will now decide striker’s punishment Winston Reid signs new six-and-a-half-year contract at West HamThe West Ham striker Carlton Cole has accepted a Football Association charge over a Twitter exchange with a Tottenham Hotspur supporter.Cole had until 6pm on Thursday to respond to the charge of making a comment that “was abusive and/or insulting and/or improper and/or brings the game into disrepute”. An FA independent commission will now meet to decide his sanction, with no limit to the possible punishment. Continue reading... More... (Football)
Today
11:38

Man faces trial over women's murders

news.bbc.co.uk - County Down man Leslie Ross is to stand trial for the murders of two women, Michelle Bickerstaff and Margaret Weise. More... (UK)
Today
11:37

Southampton players take to the ice hockey rink during Switzerland break

www.guardian.co.uk - Ronald Koeman’s players swapped the grass for ice - but their skills while on a team break in Switzerland left a lot to be desiredSouthampton ended a 387 minute wait for a home goal when beating Crystal Palace 1-0 on Tuesday and with no fixture this weekend, Ronald Koeman decided to take the team away to Switzerland for some team bonding and recovery.Having spent the day checking out the slopes in Davos, the players and staff padded up and took to the rink of local club, HC Davos, in the evening but it is fair to say their skills on the grass did not translate well onto the ice.Fantastic experience! Shattered pic.twitter.com/X3Fj8rmk8F Continue reading... More... (Football)
Today
11:34

Mystery over rubbish bags mountain

news.bbc.co.uk - A mountain of rubbish bags is dumped on derelict land in Nottinghamshire, sparking a council investigation. More... (England)
Today
11:32

Second T in the Park consultation

news.bbc.co.uk - A second public consultation is to be held on the proposal to move the T in the Park music festival to Strathallan Castle. More... (Scotland)
Today
11:26

Fifty Shades of Grey boy causes stir

news.bbc.co.uk - An 11-year-old boy who dressed as a character from Fifty Shades of Grey was excluded from his school's World Book Day celebrations, says his mother. More... (UK)
Today
11:26

Appeal for dark sky park rangers

news.bbc.co.uk - Four dark sky park rangers are to be recruited to develop stargazing events in Dumfries and Galloway. More... (Scotland)
Today
11:24

Former head removed from register

news.bbc.co.uk - The former head teacher of Orkney's Stromness Academy agrees to have her name removed from the teaching register More... (Scotland)
Today
11:24

How can rugby league reinvigorate the Challenge Cup?

www.guardian.co.uk - The sport is growing in Spain; the Brisbane Broncos are enjoying their return to clement weather; and big crowds are turning out for the ChampionshipBy Gavin Willacy for No Helmets Required, part of the Guardian Sport NetworkWhile Super League is still to bed down and the NRL gets up and running, rugby league’s old lady makes an appearance in her new outfit this weekend. The Ladbrokes Challenge Cup quietly slips up a gear with the professional clubs from League 1 entering the fray. On Saturday, 1928 winners Swinton Lions head down to White Hart Lane to play London Skolars, while 1922 winners Rochdale Hornets go the other way, to Whitehaven to play Kells. Then Oldham, who won the competition in 1927, host League 1 new-boys Coventry Bears for the second successive Sunday (having just knocked them out of the league cup).It may be pre-season for these clubs but they will be reaching the climax when the Challenge Cup final comes around on 29 August, 120 years to the day since the code was born when 22 clubs broke away from the RFU to form the Northern Union. The biggest challenge for the RFL now is to reinvigorate a competition that, just like the FA Cup, has suffered a gradual decline in relevance and importance to many in the game. Unlike the FA Cup, the Challenge Cup cannot rely on having new life breathed into it every few weeks with a giant-killing or even a scare. In our sport, part-timers beating full-timers is becoming a once-a-decade event. Related: Rugby Football League names bookmaker as sponsor of Challenge Cup Related: Hull FC 12-43 Leeds Rhinos | Super League match report Related: South Sydney kick off NRL title defence with crushing win over Brisbane Related: Ten players to watch out for during the 2015 NRL season | Nick Tedeschi Related: Rugby league makes a nostalgic return to San Francisco Bay Continue reading... More... (Rugby league)
Today
11:23

Rangers shareholders vote at EGM

news.bbc.co.uk - Shareholders in Rangers International Football Club vote on resolutions put forward by Dave King as he seeks to oust the board. More... (UK)
Today
11:21

Jos Buttler braced for England's Bangladesh match in Cricket World Cup - video

www.guardian.co.uk - After three defeats in four games, England wicketkeeper and batsman Jos Buttler suspects changes will be made for Monday's crucial World Cup game against Bangladesh in Adelaide. England selectors are expected to bring batsman Alex Hales to the squad, to help in the fight for those two wins to avoid an early return home Continue reading... More... (Cricket)
Today
11:21

Civil service exit 'interests 3,200'

news.bbc.co.uk - More than 3,200 civil servants in Northern Ireland have expressed interest in the new voluntary redundancy scheme, says First Minister Peter Robinson. More... (Northern Ireland)
Today
11:20

AUDIO: Funding disadvantage 'locked in'

news.bbc.co.uk - Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood says the party will demand the same level of funding for Wales as Scotland if it is involved in coalition talks after the general election in May. More... (Wales)
Today
11:17

Oldham job 'at wrong time' - Scholes

news.bbc.co.uk - Paul Scholes rejects the chance to become Oldham Athletic manager, but believes the position will be his in the future. More... (England)
Today
11:13

Major review of battlefield area

news.bbc.co.uk - The first major review of the Culloden Battlefield conservation area in 47 years will start later this month. More... (Scotland)
Today
11:11

Becky murder accused at crown court

news.bbc.co.uk - The stepbrother of teenager Becky Watts appears at Bristol Crown Court charged with her murder. More... (UK)
Today
11:09

Launch of Mary Barbour statue fund

news.bbc.co.uk - A special fund is being launched to erect a statue in memory of Mary Barbour, one of the most important social reformers of the last century. More... (Scotland)
Today
11:09

Tajik opposition leader murdered

news.bbc.co.uk - A Tajik opposition leader is shot dead by an unknown attacker in Istanbul, opposition sources tell the BBC. More... (Asia)
Today
11:07

Female intuition: Spotting Moroccan music talent

news.bbc.co.uk - Overcoming sexism to spot Moroccan hip-hop talent More... (Africa)
Today
11:07

Swansea Coastguard 999 service ends

news.bbc.co.uk - Eleven staff members take voluntary redundancy after Swansea Coastguard's 999 service closes. More... (Wales)
Today
11:04

Peshawar schools named after victims

news.bbc.co.uk - Pakistani authorities rename 107 schools in honour of the victims of last year's massacre of children and teachers at a school in Peshawar. More... (Asia)
Today
11:01

FA appoints Martin Glenn as their new chief executive

www.guardian.co.uk - Glenn, chief executive of United Biscuits, is former Leicester director Roy Hodgson keen to remain England manager until 2018 World CupMartin Glenn, a former Leicester City director and the chief executive of United Biscuits, has been appointed as the new chief executive of the Football Association.The 54-year-old Wolves fan and FA-qualified grassroots coach is well known for having signed up Gary Lineker as the face of Walkers Crisps. He takes over on 18 May. Continue reading... More... (Football)
Today
11:01

FA appoints Martin Glenn as its new chief executive

www.guardian.co.uk - Glenn, chief executive of United Biscuits, is former Leicester director Roy Hodgson keen to remain England manager until 2018 World CupMartin Glenn has been appointed the new chief executive of the Football Association and will replace the outgoing general secretary, Alex Horne, in May.Glenn, who has extensive experience in marketing, will leave his current role as chief executive of United Biscuits - home to the brands McVitie’s and Jacobs - and take up his new post at Wembley on 18 May. The FA described Glenn as “a veteran of industry” and the chairman, Greg Dyke, called him a “natural leader”. Continue reading... More... (Football)
Today
11:00

Mooney batting in customised helmet

news.bbc.co.uk - Ireland's John Mooney says his self-designed, customised helmet can prevent injuries like the one that killed Phillip Hughes. More... (Northern Ireland)
Today
11:00

Cricket World Cup 2015: 10 talking points from the third week

www.guardian.co.uk - England unbalanced, South Africa’s latest announcement, Shaiman of UAE, Virat Kohli’s lack of class and Scotland miss their main chanceGiven the overwhelming clamour for change, there is an almost crushing inevitability that England will troll the lot of us by naming the same team for the fifth match in a row when they take on Bangladesh in Adelaide on Monday. But say, for sake of argument, they did opt to tinker with things, should they call upon the services of Alex Hales? Gary Ballance looks the likeliest fall guy with scores of 10, 10, 10 and six after being dropped into the No3 position at the start of the World Cup - a slot he does not occupy for his county - having faced only 81 balls in the middle since the end of last summer. Hales, the man whose stock has risen during that time by not playing, has had little cricket to speak of himself in recent weeks after being thrashed around the whirlpool of top-three selection created by the primacy of Alastair Cook before Christmas. Hales is straining at the leash to get a game, understandably. But for all his charms (that hundred in the World Twenty20 should have given him an extended run in the 50-over side alone), would sticking him cold into a similarly alien position not simply be repeating both parts of the same mistake? Opener or not playing, thanks. Continue reading... More... (Cricket)
Today
10:59

VIDEO: Inside a tank factory in Donetsk

news.bbc.co.uk - The BBC's Tom Burridge visits a factory in Donetsk where rebels have said they are repairing tanks seized from the Ukrainian military. More... (Europe)
Today
10:56

VIDEO: Comic Relief donations saving lives

news.bbc.co.uk - For Comic Relief 2015, comedian Lenny Henry has travelled to Uganda to find out how money raised in the UK is helping save lives in Africa. More... (Africa)
Today
10:56

VIDEO: Comic Relief money saving lives

news.bbc.co.uk - For Comic Relief 2015, comedian Lenny Henry has travelled to Uganda to find out how money raised in the UK is helping save lives in Africa. More... (UK)
Today
10:54

Migrant population 'up 565,000'

news.bbc.co.uk - The migrant population of England has risen by 565,000 since 2011, with two-thirds coming from the EU, analysis by the University of Oxford estimates. More... (UK)
Today
10:52

Time is running out for England but sickly hurt of defeat will make them a better side

www.telegraph.co.uk - Will Greenwood: Rugby World Cup is looming large for Stuart Lancaster and coach must acknowledge some brutal facts about his team More... (Rugby union)
Today
10:50

Rangers EGM news: Mike Ashley and Sandy Easdale suffer voting blow just hours before key ballot

www.telegraph.co.uk - Easdale loses crucial block of proxy votes, boosting Dave King's bid to overthrow existing Ibrox regime More... (Football)
Today
10:50

Grounded ship reaches harbour

news.bbc.co.uk - A cargo ship that ran aground in the north west Highlands is towed Clydeport in Greenock ahead of repairs at Inchgreen dry dock. More... (Scotland)
Today
10:46

Whittingham not 'irreplaceable'

news.bbc.co.uk - Peter Whittingham has been told no-one is "irreplaceable" as Cardiff ponder recalling him at home against Charlton on Saturday. More... (Wales)
Today
10:43

Dog found beaten to death in canal

news.bbc.co.uk - The body of a dog which had been "brutally" beaten to death is found dumped in a canal at the Falkirk Wheel. More... (Scotland)
Today
10:41

Farage in no personal attacks vow

news.bbc.co.uk - UKIP leader Nigel Farage says he will "do his best" not to attack his opponents personally during the election campaign. More... (UK)
Today
10:41

DUP councillor 'summoned to hearing'

news.bbc.co.uk - A DUP councillor who told a Stormont committee she was "bullied" by a party advisor has been summoned to a disciplinary hearing, reports suggest. More... (Northern Ireland)
Today
10:38

Council apology over information leak

news.bbc.co.uk - A local authority apologises after posting personal information online understood to include details of redundancy payments. More... (Scotland)
Today
10:38

FA appoint Gary Lineker ally and 'Codfather' as their new chief executive

www.telegraph.co.uk - Wolves fan Martin Glenn, who says his greatest feat was making pollack popular, becomes English football's biggest fish More... (Football)
Today
10:36

Paul Scholes says Mesut Özil took the ‘easy option’ by joining Arsenal

www.guardian.co.uk - ‘At times he looks like he is going through the motions,’ says Scholes Arsenal’s Gabriel to be out for three weeks with hamstring injuryThe former Manchester United player Paul Scholes believes that Mesut Özil took the “easy option” by opting to join Arsenal from Real Madrid.Özil move to Arsenal in the summer of 2013 for a club record fee and has since gone on to win an FA Cup with the club and a World Cup with Germany. However, Scholes was critical of the midfielder saying that he has underperformed since his transfer and that he often looks disinterested, although he added that Özil has been hampered by the lack of leadership on the pitch. Continue reading... More... (Football)
Today
10:33

Road closed after injured man found

news.bbc.co.uk - Part of the High Street in Edinburgh has been closed after a man was found with injuries in the street. More... (Scotland)
Today
10:31

Three charged over 'bike offences'

news.bbc.co.uk - Three teenagers aged 15, 16 and 17 are charged over alleged motorcycle offences in Aberdeen and Kingswells. More... (Scotland)
Today
10:20

The Joy of Six: no-look football passes

www.guardian.co.uk - From Ronaldinho’s static masterclass to Michael Laudrup making a mockery of defences, the no-look pass is much more than a bit of pointless trickeryWhen Jay Sherman needed a quick way of dodging a furious Rainier Wolfcastle, he pointed at his shoes and told him that his laces were undone. On closer inspection, they were loafers, but Sherman’s sleight of hand emphasised that if you need to avoid someone, just make them look the other way. Continue reading... More... (Football)
Today
10:20

A third of Scots 'never move away'

news.bbc.co.uk - About a third of Scots never move away from the area where they grew up, according to Bank of Scotland research. More... (Scotland)
Today
10:06

Winger Thomas signs new Well deal

news.bbc.co.uk - Motherwell sign 19-year-old winger Dom Thomas on a contract to keep him at Fir Park until the summer of 2018. More... (Scotland)
Today
10:04

Outcry as IS wrecks Assyrian site

news.bbc.co.uk - Archaeologists and officials express outrage about the reported bulldozing of the ancient Assyrian city of Nimrud in Iraq by Islamic State (IS) militants. More... (Middle East)
Today
10:04

Dozens arrested in cybercrime raids

news.bbc.co.uk - The UK's National Crime Agency (NCA) has mounted a "strike week" against suspected hackers resulting in 56 arrests. More... (UK)
Today
10:00

Arsenal’s Gabriel Paulista to be out for three weeks with hamstring injury

www.guardian.co.uk - Gabriel injured hamstring during the midweek victory over QPR Wojciech Szczesny may be fit to play against Manchester United Continue reading... More... (Football)
Today
10:00

Blackburn out to ruffle Liverpool feathers after surviving fowl times

www.guardian.co.uk - With Wembley a game away, the FA Cup tie gives Gary Bowyer’s Championship side a chance to show how far they’ve come since the turmoil of two years’ ago Blackburn’s Rudy Gestede punishes Swansea Appleton’s sacking by Blackburn exposes Venky’s madness Continue reading... More... (Football)
Today
09:59

Neville Southall: 'Sepp Blatter? Del Boy in disguise' - video interview

www.guardian.co.uk - Everton and Wales legend Neville Southall talks to Nat Coombs about his life and career. Southall speaks openly about; the great Everton team of the mid-80s; and the impact of the European ban on Everton and the city of Liverpool; He also discusses his current work in education Continue reading... More... (Football)
Today
09:56

Ionad an Eastgate ri reic a-rithist

news.bbc.co.uk - An t-ionad bhùithdean as motha air Ghàidhealtachd, an Eastgate ann an Inbhir Nis, ri reic air prìs £120m. More... (Scotland)
Today
09:53

Taiwan train stabber gets death

news.bbc.co.uk - A Taipei court sentences a man to death for killing four people and injuring 22 others in an underground train stabbing attack last year. More... (Asia)
Today
09:51

Johnson-Thompson leads pentathlon

news.bbc.co.uk - Katarina Johnson-Thompson runs a personal best in the 60m hurdles to lead the European Indoor pentathlon after one event. More... (UK)
Today
09:50

Isles 'ideal location' for spaceport

news.bbc.co.uk - The leader of the council in the Western Isles has said Stornoway has "critical features" that make it the "ideal location" for a UK spaceport. More... (Scotland)
Today
09:48

FA Cup quarter-finals: breaking down each of the last-eight ties

www.guardian.co.uk - How will Bradford handle being favourites now they’re on TV? Will Villa do the double over West Brom? Rodgers and the risk of resting Moreno and Arsenal bid to finally win at Old TraffordThere’s a certain irony to Cup underdogs Bradford City finally being given a live slot on free-to-air TV for an FA Cup game - and then being built up as favourites. The TV appeal was in their plucky status. With bookies fancying the Bantams to book a semi-final spot at Wembley, it seems a shame that Phil Parkinson’s team will now have to play under the weight of expectation. Championship side Reading haven’t won in three games and are low on confidence. They appear to be there for the taking. Continue reading... More... (Football)
Today
09:47

VIDEO: Plaid Cymru's 2015 spring conference

news.bbc.co.uk - Watch Plaid Cymru's 2015 spring conference live from Caernarfon. More... (Wales)
Today
09:46

AUDIO: 'More powers - more pay'

news.bbc.co.uk - Assembly members elected at the next election remain on course for £10,000 pay rise More... (Wales)
Today
09:46

VIDEO: Baltic states' concern over Russia

news.bbc.co.uk - European Union Foreign Ministers are meeting in the Latvian capital Riga to discuss the challenge posed by Russia. More... (Europe)
Today
09:37

VIDEO: Single vote approves Marischal Square

news.bbc.co.uk - Protesters fail in their bid to stop the controversial Marischal Square office and retail development being built in Aberdeen. More... (Scotland)
Today
09:35

Gabriel out with hamstring injury

news.bbc.co.uk - Arsenal defender Gabriel has been ruled out for two to three weeks with a hamstring problem. More... (UK)
Today
09:35

Palestinian driver attacks Israelis

news.bbc.co.uk - A Palestinian man drives into a group of pedestrians in Jerusalem, injuring four Israeli policewomen and another bystander. More... (Middle East)
Today
09:34

New ferry Loch Seaforth breaks down

news.bbc.co.uk - The new £42m MV Loch Seaforth ferry built for the Stornoway to Ullapool route breaks down just weeks after its first sailing. More... (Scotland)
Today
09:30

2015 MLS team previews: San Jose Earthquakes to Vancouver Whitecaps

www.guardian.co.uk - Our four-part MLS outlook concludes with a survey of the San Jose Earthquakes, Seattle Sounders, Sporting KC, Toronto FC and Vancouver WhitecapsTeam previews: Chicago to Dallas | Houston to NYCFC | NYRB to Real Salt LakePlayers in: D Paulo Renato, Marvell Wynne; M Leandro Barrera, Sanna Nyassi, Fatai Alashe; F Innocent Emeghara, Mark Sherrod Continue reading... More... (Football)
Today
09:30

You are the Ref No323: Simon Mignolet

www.guardian.co.uk - Click to enlarge, and debate the strip below the line. Keith Hackett's verdict appears in Sunday's Observer and here from Monday. Continue reading... More... (Football)
Today
09:29

Labour 'to protect' pensioner income

news.bbc.co.uk - A Labour government would guarantee free TV licences and bus passes for pensioners and protect the value of the state pension, Ed Miliband is to say. More... (UK)
Today
09:28

UKIP not probing 'Jihadi John' tweet

news.bbc.co.uk - UKIP says a candidate who said it was a shame "Jihadi John" had not killed himself will not face disciplinary action and "98% of people" agreed with him. More... (UK)
Today
09:27

Nadiya Savchenko: Ukraine resistance symbol in Russia

news.bbc.co.uk - Captive Ukraine pilot defiant in Moscow jail More... (Europe)
Today
09:26

Stolen car in M1 rush hour crash

news.bbc.co.uk - A man is arrested after a stolen car crashed into several vehicles during rush hour on an M1 onslip near Sprucefield. More... (UK)
Today
09:25

Kremlin critic Navalny out of prison

news.bbc.co.uk - Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny is released from prison after serving a 15-day sentence for handing out leaflets to promote a protest rally. More... (Europe)