Today
10:13

Teenage boy charged with burglary

news.bbc.co.uk - Teenager is charged with burglary after 93-year-old is found collapsed in her home. More... (Wales)
Today
10:13

Chimp culture captured on camera

news.bbc.co.uk - Researchers capture the social spread of a new type of tool use in a wild population of chimps for the first time. More... (Scotland)
Today
10:10

Paul Scholes and Rio Ferdinand criticise crowd at Manchester City

www.guardian.co.uk - Attendance for City v Roma was just 37,509 Match report: Manchester City 1-1 Roma Pellegrini criticises players after draw Continue reading... More... (Football)
Today
10:07

Iconic building badly damaged by fire

news.bbc.co.uk - A fire badly damages one of the best known buildings in Leeds - the Grade II-listed former Majestyk nightclub. More... (UK)
Today
10:06

Luke Shaw and Saido Berahino available for England U21s in bid to boost hopes of qualifying for Euro 2015

www.telegraph.co.uk - Roy Hodgson set to make United defender and Saido Berahino available to Gareth Southgate for Croatia play-off with spot at Euro 2015 at stake More... (Football)
Today
10:02

EastEnders to go live to name killer

news.bbc.co.uk - The killer of EastEnders character Lucy Beale is to be unmasked during a special live broadcast to mark the soap's 30th anniversary next year. More... (UK)
Today
10:02

AUDIO: Combat stress 'takes over your life'

news.bbc.co.uk - A new mentoring scheme Change Step is helping military veterans with post traumatic stress. One of the volunteers Sandy Shaw, a former Royal Military Police officer, explains the effects. More... (Wales)
Today
09:56

Why are chicken, lamb, pork and beef the 'normal' meats?

news.bbc.co.uk - Why is there so much conservatism when it comes to eating particular meats? More... (UK)
Today
09:55

France to shrink deficit by 2017

news.bbc.co.uk - The French government says it will reduce its budget deficit to below the EU threshold of 3% of GDP by 2017, two years later than promised. More... (Europe)
Today
09:54

England coach Stuart Lancaster extends contract until 2020 as RFU give him two shots at World Cup glory

www.telegraph.co.uk - England coaching team of Graham Rowntree, Andy Farrell and Mike Catt also sign similar long-term deals in huge show of faith More... (Rugby union)
Today
09:53

Man goes missing from hospital

news.bbc.co.uk - A search gets under way after a man with a head injury goes missing from hospital in Carmarthen. More... (UK)
Today
09:53

SA soap on hiatus after cast sacking

news.bbc.co.uk - South African soap fans are cut off from the country's most popular programme following the August sacking of its entire cast. More... (Africa)
Today
09:51

Stuart Lancasters contract as England coach extended until 2020

www.guardian.co.uk - Coach will see country through two World Cups Vote of confidence from Rugby Football UnionThe England head coach Stuart Lancasters contract has been extended until 2020, the Rugby Football Union has announced.More to follow Continue reading... More... (Rugby union)
Today
09:51

Stuart Lancasters contract as England head coach extended until 2020

www.guardian.co.uk - Rowntree, Farrell and Catt also signed up Staff will see country through two World Cups Corbisiero and Parling to miss TestsStuart Lancaster and his coaching team are to remain in charge of Englands rugby fortunes until 2020 after the Rugby Football Union agreed to extend their existing contracts. Lancaster will now preside over the 2019 Rugby World Cup campaign, regardless of what happens in next years tournament.It is a significant vote of confidence from the RFU, whose leading officials are clearly grateful for Lancasters input since he inherited the job on an interim basis from Martin Johnson following the 2011 World Cup debacle. We are lucky to have a talented, committed and passionate coaching group, said Ian Ritchie, the RFUs chief executive. Continue reading... More... (Rugby union)
Today
09:47

Faslane jobs 'secured' by contract

news.bbc.co.uk - The Ministry of Defence announces a major contract to support the management of the naval base on the Clyde as well as others in England. More... (UK)
Today
09:45

Stoke to open contract talks with Peter Crouch to avoid losing him in January transfer window

www.telegraph.co.uk - Striker's current deal expires in summer but Stoke don't want to lose a player who is in his best form since £10m move from Spurs in 2011 More... (Football)
Today
09:43

First guide dog to attend school

news.bbc.co.uk - The guide dog that's helping a teenager learn a few lessons More... (Northern Ireland)
Today
09:43

Death of ex-UUP MLA George Savage

news.bbc.co.uk - The former Ulster Unionist MLA for Upper Bann, George Savage, dies at the age of 72. More... (Northern Ireland)
Today
09:42

IS vehicles targeted by RAF Tornados

news.bbc.co.uk - RAF jets fired four missiles at Islamic State vehicles in Iraq overnight, the Ministry of Defence says. More... (UK)
Today
09:42

Missing girl 'self-radicalised'

news.bbc.co.uk - A teenage girl from Bristol who is feared to be on her way to Syria may have "self-radicalised" online, friends of her family say. More... (UK)
Today
09:36

VIDEO: Scheme trials music videos age ratings

news.bbc.co.uk - Music videos shown online are to be given age ratings in the same way films are, in a new pilot scheme. More... (UK)
Today
09:35

Cheryl Cole web links 'most dangerous'

news.bbc.co.uk - A security company says hackers use malicious links connected to Cheryl Cole's name more than any other celebrity. More... (UK)
Today
09:32

Asamoah Gyan accuses opponent of racism in AFC Champions League

www.guardian.co.uk - He said an abusive word, said the former Sunderland striker Gyan was sent off after 70 minutes in Al Ains 2-1 win Gyan denies human sacrifice murder of rapper Continue reading... More... (Football)
Today
09:29

Hulks claims of racial abuse to be investigated by Russian Football Union

www.guardian.co.uk - Brazilian forward accuses visiting Spartak Moscow fans I clearly heard monkey chants shouted in my direction Hulk subjected to racist taunts by Spartak Moscow fans Christopher Samba charged after reaction to racist abuse Continue reading... More... (Football)
Today
09:22

Football transfer rumours: Neven Subotic to Manchester United?

www.guardian.co.uk - Todays tittle-tattle has no official or unofficial global sustainability technology partner Continue reading... More... (Football)
Today
09:18

Karadzic closing war crimes defence

news.bbc.co.uk - Former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic makes his final defence statements at The Hague where he stands accused of the worst atrocities during the Balkans conflict. More... (Europe)
Today
09:16

MoD naval deals secure 7,500 UK jobs

news.bbc.co.uk - The Ministry of Defence awards £3.2bn of contracts to support management of UK naval bases, securing 7,500 jobs. More... (UK)
Today
09:13

Officials back city centre plan

news.bbc.co.uk - Controversial plans for the redevelopment of the site of the former Aberdeen city council headquarters win the backing of council officials. More... (Scotland)
Today
09:13

Laurent Blanc: PSG can compete with the best in the Champions League

www.guardian.co.uk - Match report: Paris Saint-Germain 3-2 Barcelona PSG president labels win over Barça best win of my life Luis Enrique not surprised by Barcelonas defeat Continue reading... More... (Football)
Today
09:09

Why Liverpool should be afraid of trip to Basle - in pictures

www.telegraph.co.uk - In pics: English teams have come a cropper on recent trips to Switzerland including Liverpool back in 2002 More... (Football)
Today
09:09

Body find sparks Alice murder probe

news.bbc.co.uk - The disappearance of teenager Alice Gross is now being treated as a murder inquiry after a "significantly concealed" body is found. More... (UK)
Today
09:05

Francesco Totti tops list of oldest Champions League goalscorers

www.telegraph.co.uk - In pics: Totti, Giggs, Inzaghi... the top 10 golden oldies who were still scoring at top level in their late 30s More... (Football)
Today
08:59

'Blind cricket changed my life'

news.bbc.co.uk - Why is blind cricket increasingly popular? More... (England)
Today
08:59

Town hosts month-long poetry event

news.bbc.co.uk - A poet "with a mute button" is one of the performances at a month-long poetry festival underway in Bangor, Gwynedd. More... (Wales)
Today
08:58

VIDEO: Muslim hate crime 'up 65% in London'

news.bbc.co.uk - Hate crime against Muslims in London has risen by 65% over the last 12 months, Metropolitan Police figures show. More... (UK)
Today
08:56

AUDIO: Manics star's sister on law change

news.bbc.co.uk - The sister of Richey Edwards of the Manic Street Preachers who disappeared nearly 20 years ago, welcomes a change in the law to make it easier for families of missing people to sort out their affairs. More... (Wales)
Today
08:53

City nightclub badly hit by fire

news.bbc.co.uk - Dozens of firefighters work throughout the night to tackle a fire at a Leeds city centre nightclub. More... (UK)
Today
08:53

Veterans PTSD help service expands

news.bbc.co.uk - A support service for veterans with post traumatic stress disorder is being rolled out across Wales. More... (Wales)
Today
08:51

Adroddiad URC: Buddsoddi £22.5 miliwn

news.bbc.co.uk - Mae Undeb Rygbi Cymru wedi canmol blwyddyn arall o dorri record buddsoddiadau yn y gêm yn eu hadroddiad blynyddol ar gyfer 2014. More... (Wales)
Today
08:47

Tunisian women take a 'step backwards'

news.bbc.co.uk - Tunisian women take a step backwards as poll contenders More... (Africa)
Today
08:47

US 'to play role in NI talks'

news.bbc.co.uk - The US administration will play a role in fresh talks to resolve outstanding issues in Northern Ireland, says the Irish minister for foreign affairs. More... (UK)
Today
08:46

Conservative donor switching to UKIP

news.bbc.co.uk - Conservative Party donor Arron Banks is set to announce he is joining UKIP. More... (UK)
Today
08:37

Ebola crisis in West Africa - the Guardian briefing

www.guardian.co.uk - If nothing is done to contain the current outbreak, some predict the number of cases could be as high as 1.4 million by early 2015. We examine the background to the disease, its spread and its impactWest Africa is experiencing the biggest outbreak of Ebola virus disease ever known, causing thousands of deaths, devastating fragile healthcare systems and damaging the economies of states, some of which are still recovering from civil war. Since its beginnings in southern Guinea in December, the disease - which is transmitted between humans but originated from contact with wild animals such as bats - has spread with lethal effect across Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone. There have also been cases in Nigeria and Senegal. As of 23 September, the World Health Organisation (WHO) put the number of cases as 5,843 and deaths at 2,811, but the fatality rate is probably more like 70% because deaths outside hospitals are not recorded. Infections are doubling every few weeks. The WHO predicts 20,000 cases by early November, while the US Centres for Disease Control (CDC) says that if nothing changes there could be 1.4 million cases by late January. Continue reading... More... (Medical research)
Today
08:37

Ebola crisis - the Guardian briefing

www.guardian.co.uk - If nothing is done to contain the current outbreak, some predict the number of cases could be as high as 1.4 million by early 2015. We examine the background to the disease, its spread and its impactWest Africa is experiencing the biggest outbreak of Ebola virus disease ever known, causing thousands of deaths, devastating fragile healthcare systems and damaging the economies of states, some of which are still recovering from civil war. Since its beginnings in southern Guinea in December, the disease - which is transmitted between humans but originated from contact with wild animals such as bats - has spread with lethal effect across Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone. There have also been cases in Nigeria and Senegal. As of 23 September, the World Health Organisation (WHO) put the number of cases as 5,843 and deaths at 2,811, but the fatality rate is probably more like 70% because deaths outside hospitals are not recorded. Infections are doubling every few weeks. The WHO predicts 20,000 cases by early November, while the US Centres for Disease Control (CDC) says that if nothing changes there could be 1.4 million cases by late January. Continue reading... More... (Medical research)
Today
08:35

Oil's corroding pipeline

news.bbc.co.uk - Douglas Fraser on record investment and rising costs More... (Scotland)
Today
08:29

Body found in Alice Gross search

news.bbc.co.uk - The disappearance of teenager Alice Gross is now being treated as a murder inquiry after a "significantly concealed" body is found. More... (UK)
Today
08:28

Adam Lallana fulfilling dream with Liverpool in Champions League

www.guardian.co.uk - Lallana in line for second Champions League start Rodgers not underestimating opponents Basel Rodgers: Sturridge only fit to play for Liverpool Basel nightmare fuelled Gerrards desire Continue reading... More... (Football)
Today
08:27

AUDIO: Richards tipped for Turner Prize

news.bbc.co.uk - It is the art event that launched the careers of Damien Hirst and Tracey Emin, and this year a Welshman is the favourite to win the Turner Prize. More... (Wales)
Today
08:25

VIDEO: Tories remain upbeat, says Hague

news.bbc.co.uk - William Hague tells the BBC that Conservative party donor Arron Banks, who is set to defect to UKIP, is "not a senior figure in this party". More... (Olympics)
Today
08:24

Paul Scholes and Rio Ferdinand taunt Manchester City over empty seats at Etihad for Champions League tie

www.telegraph.co.uk - Man City supporters can't create 'special European atmosphere' like at Old Trafford or Anfield, according to former United great More... (Football)
Today
08:24

Howzat? How Germany fell in love with cricket

www.telegraph.co.uk - Germany's swelling numbers of immigrant workers are reintroducing a sport lost on the country since British forces withdrew after the fall of the Berlin wall, writes Renuka Rayasam More... (Cricket)
Today
08:24

Victim's family react to HET closure

news.bbc.co.uk - The family of a Londonderry schoolboy killed by a soldier's plastic bullet 30 years ago say they will continue their fight for justice after the HET is wound up. More... (Northern Ireland)
Today
08:15

Price wars hit Sainsbury's sales

news.bbc.co.uk - Sainsbury's has reported a fall in sales for the third quarter in a row as the supermarket price wars begin to take their toll. More... (Scotland)
Today
08:10

Indian media: Modi-Obama meeting

news.bbc.co.uk - Prime minister's talks with US President will help improve Delhi-Washington ties. More... (Asia)
Today
08:07

VIDEO: Inheritance changes come into force

news.bbc.co.uk - Changes to the rights of people whose spouses or civil partners die without making a will come into force. More... (UK)
Today
08:06

China media: HK 'social order'

news.bbc.co.uk - Mainland papers say pro-democracy protests are "seriously disrupting" social order. More... (Asia)
Today
07:55

Second day of security operation

news.bbc.co.uk - A security operation near Crossmaglen in County Armagh, close to the Irish border, is continuing into a second day. More... (Northern Ireland)
Today
07:52

Hogan wants to play five more years

news.bbc.co.uk - Michael Hogan hints he wants to play for Glamorgan for five more years after being named Welsh county player of the year. More... (Wales)
Today
07:47

MoD deals secure 7,500 UK jobs

news.bbc.co.uk - The Ministry of Defence awards £3.2bn of contracts to support management of UK naval bases, securing 7,500 jobs More... (England)
Today
07:47

India train collision kills 12

news.bbc.co.uk - At least 12 people have died after two passenger trains collided in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, railway officials say. More... (Asia)
Today
07:47

Fracking firm to sue over licence

news.bbc.co.uk - A company that plans to drill for shale gas in County Fermanagh says it will take legal action to challenge the termination of its licence. More... (UK)
Today
07:47

Fracking firm seeks legal advice

news.bbc.co.uk - A company that plans to drill for shale gas in County Fermanagh says it will take legal action to challenge the termination of its licence. More... (UK)
Today
07:43

Tesco to be probed by regulator

news.bbc.co.uk - Tesco says it has been notified by the Financial Conduct Authority that it is under investigation following its admission that it overstated its half-year profit guidance by £250m. More... (Scotland)
Today
07:42

Rodgers warning on Sturridge fitness

news.bbc.co.uk - Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers says Daniel Sturridge will not be fit for England duty this month even if he returns for his club. More... (UK)
Today
07:39

Village spelling with 't' to return

news.bbc.co.uk - An eight-year row over the spelling of a Powys village has led to the council reinstating the "t" in its name. More... (Wales)
Today
07:37

Tory party donor defecting to UKIP

news.bbc.co.uk - Conservative party donor Arron Banks is set to announce he is joining UKIP, the BBC understands. More... (Olympics)
Today
07:35

Rail lines open after trackside fire

news.bbc.co.uk - A fire involving 200 tonnes of metal at a scrapyard in Smethwick is brought under control. More... (England)
Today
07:26

£1m scheme launched to help veterans

news.bbc.co.uk - New £1m project enables veterans to help their fellow veterans experiencing problems in society. More... (UK)
Today
07:21

Blues games boost Warburton - coach

news.bbc.co.uk - Cardiff Blues boss Mark Hammett says playing their next three games will boost Sam Warburton and his region. More... (Wales)
Today
07:18

Wednesday's gossip column

news.bbc.co.uk - Manchester United rekindle Vidal interest, Liverpool ponder Higuain bid, Newcastle line up Moyes to replace Pardew, plus more. More... (Wales)
Today
07:12

VIDEO: RAF jets strike first IS targets

news.bbc.co.uk - RAF jets have carried out their first strikes on Islamic State targets in Iraq, attacking a "heavy weapon position" and an armed pick-up truck. More... (UK)
Today
07:12

VIDEO: RAF release video of Iraq attack

news.bbc.co.uk - RAF jets have carried out their first strikes on Islamic State targets in Iraq, attacking a "heavy weapon position" and an armed pick-up truck. More... (UK)
Today
07:07

VIDEO: Cameron vow to protect NHS spending

news.bbc.co.uk - Funding for the NHS in England will be protected from cuts for five years if the Conservatives win next year's general election, David Cameron is to say. More... (UK)
Today
07:04

Large fire on industrial estate

news.bbc.co.uk - Up to 80 firefighters were called in to tackle a major blaze at an industrial estate in Devon, fire bosses say. More... (UK)
Today
07:00

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers calls for Steven Gerrard to be cherished by fans ahead of Basle return

www.telegraph.co.uk - Liverpool manager backs captain following critisicm of recent displays and says he should be appreciated before it's too late More... (Football)
Today
07:00

What causes paranoia, hallucinations and grandiose ideas? | Daniel and Jason Freeman

www.guardian.co.uk - The widespread symptoms typically associated with schizophrenia are at least as likely to be triggered by peoples environment as their genes, a new study suggestsHave you ever wrongly suspected that other people are out to harm you? Have you been convinced that youre far more talented and special than you really are? Do you sometimes hear things that arent actually there?These experiences paranoia, grandiosity and hallucinations in the technical jargon are more common among the general population than is usually assumed. But are people who are susceptible simply made that way? Are they genetically predisposed, in other words, or have their life experiences made them more vulnerable to these things? Continue reading... More... (Medical research)
Today
06:49

Gross case now a murder inquiry

news.bbc.co.uk - Police investigating the disappearance of teenager Alice Gross confirm it is now a murder inquiry after a body is found. More... (UK)
Today
06:46

Gofal sylfaenol: 'angen datblygu mwy'

news.bbc.co.uk - Wrth i lefelau afiechydon cronig gynyddu, mae angen datblygu gofal iechyd sylfaenol ymhellach, yn ôl Prif Swyddog Meddygol Cymru. More... (Wales)
Today
06:45

VIDEO: Boost GP services - medical chief

news.bbc.co.uk - GP services across Wales must be boosted as more people suffer chronic disease, the chief medical officer warns in her annual report. More... (Wales)
Today
06:45

Sylwadau am y Gymraeg yn 'ffiaidd'

news.bbc.co.uk - Bargyfreithiwr a gwleidydd yn dweud bod sylwadau am y Gymraeg ar wefan y Law Society Gazette yn 'wenwynig' a 'ffiaidd'. More... (Wales)
Today
06:43

Farmers to be hit by subsidy fall

news.bbc.co.uk - Farmers face a significant fall in the value of their European subsidy payment this year due to a fall in the value of the euro against the pound. More... (Northern Ireland)
Today
06:43

GP boost to counter chronic disease

news.bbc.co.uk - GP services across Wales need to be boosted as more people suffer chronic disease, the chief medical officer warns in her annual report. More... (UK)
Today
06:40

VIDEO: Can divided UK learn from Bavaria?

news.bbc.co.uk - As many in the United Kingdom still find it difficult to see how more powers might be handed over to English regions, British MPs have been looking to Germany, as one example of a successful federal system. More... (UK)
Today
06:35

Cancer service 'under huge pressure'

news.bbc.co.uk - Medical experts warn that cancer services in Northern Ireland are under severe pressure amid health budget cuts and growing demand. More... (UK)
Today
06:35

UKIP call for referendum on NI talks

news.bbc.co.uk - Northern Ireland's only UKIP MLA calls for a referendum on any outcome from upcoming inter-party talks. More... (Northern Ireland)
Today
06:27

Older people 'add £25bn to economy'

news.bbc.co.uk - Research for Northern Ireland's Commissioner for Older People claims that older people will contribute almost £25bn to the local economy over the next 50 years. More... (Northern Ireland)
Today
06:20

Referendum staff 'booed No votes'

news.bbc.co.uk - A number of staff at a Scottish independence referendum count were replaced during the proceedings because of their behaviour, it emerges. More... (UK)
Today
06:12

VIDEO: Top 50 FA Cup goals: Saints stun Man Utd

news.bbc.co.uk - BBC Sport looks back at 50 iconic FA Cup goals in the build-up to the first round proper, which takes place in November. More... (UK)
Today
06:09

VIDEO: Kurdish weapons 'no match' for IS

news.bbc.co.uk - Clive Myrie reports from the Kurdish front line in Iraq where the Peshmerga are fighting IS with weapons they say are not up to the job. More... (Middle East)
Today
06:01

Afghan troops killed in Kabul attack

news.bbc.co.uk - At least seven Afghan soldiers are killed in a suicide bomb attack targeting a bus carrying troops in the capital, Kabul. More... (Asia)
Today
05:52

Man City lack Champions League belief

news.bbc.co.uk - Players and fans are still struggling to convince themselves they belong in Europe's elite, says chief football writer Phil McNulty. More... (UK)
Today
05:52

Age ratings to start on music videos

news.bbc.co.uk - By the end of the year, expect to see a 12, 15 or 18 on the music videos you watch online as age ratings are introduced. More... (UK)
Today
05:40

Kabul suicide attack hits troops

news.bbc.co.uk - At least seven people are dead after a suicide bomb attack targeted a bus carrying troops in the Afghan capital, Kabul. More... (Asia)
Today
05:20

Kenya leader ICC delay rejected

news.bbc.co.uk - The International Criminal Court (ICC) has rejected a request by Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta to postpone a hearing on 8 October. More... (Africa)
Today
05:10

Cameron vow to protect NHS spending

news.bbc.co.uk - David Cameron will vow to protect the NHS in England from cuts for five years in his closing speech to the Tory conference. More... (UK)
Today
04:29

Caver freed after 12-day ordeal

news.bbc.co.uk - An injured Spanish speleologist who was trapped in a 400m deep cave in north-eastern Peru for 12 days has been rescued. More... (Europe)
Today
04:05

Armed man shared lift with Obama

news.bbc.co.uk - US President Barack Obama rode in a lift with an armed security contractor who had assault convictions, in another security lapse, according to reports. More... (Americas)
Today
04:04

UK funds Ebola clinics in S Leone

news.bbc.co.uk - Pilot triage clinics are being funded to help tackle the Ebola epidemic in Sierra Leone, UK officials say. More... (UK)
Today
03:41

Defiant HK protests on National Day

news.bbc.co.uk - Crowds of pro-democracy protesters grow in Hong Kong ahead of what organisers hope will be the largest protests so far on Wednesday - China's National Day. More... (Asia)
Today
03:31

Royal letters go under the hammer

news.bbc.co.uk - A private archive reveals Edward VIII's frustration at being 'left behind with the women' during First World War. More... (England)