BBC News - UK
Updated: 41 min 54 sec ago
Ireland's Shane Lowry shoots an incredible eight-under 63 to give him a four-shot lead heading into Sunday's final round of The Open.
One guest says the bridesmaids' dresses came out "singed and water-damaged".
The airline halts all flights to the Egyptian capital for a week as a security "precaution".
The man was attempting to paraglide when he fell and sustained serious injuries, Sussex Police says.
The UK foreign secretary speaks as new video emerges of the moment the Steno Impero was taken over.
England fall to an agonising 47-45 defeat by New Zealand in the Netball World Cup semi-final in Liverpool.
Performances are paused for about an hour after there is heavy rain and lightning in the area.
Some drivers in Aberdeen are forced to push their cars to safety with about 30 of the city's roads affected by the flooding.
The March for Change is protesting ahead of the announcement of a new prime minister.
The man and woman, aged 18, fell to the ground after they were punched unconscious, police say.
For some learners it can take many attempts before they are allowed out on the roads by themselves.
The 33-year-old was struck by the vehicle while walking in the Shettleston area of Glasgow.
A number of people were treated at the scene by paramedics for coughing and lack of breath.
Bin collections, cleaning and school dinners could be taken back in-house under the party's plans.
Labour's Gloria De Piero, who opposes a second EU referendum, says she has received online abuse.
A 20-year-old man is arrested in connection with the incident, which happened on Saturday morning.
The wind and rain caused havoc near Manchester Airport and the RHS Flower Show at Tatton Park.
Drug support agencies fears over young Scots and the seized British tanker in the Gulf make the front pages.
"I've always wanted to come to a festival," says Karl Butler who has just months to live.
A global movement towards tiny houses - wooden structures on wheels - is starting to go up in NI.