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Puppet company Blind Summit is preparing for its biggest gig since the London Olympics.
In the coming decade, billions could face a critical shortage of water. Here's what we can do about it.
Will cycle campaigners wanting a deserted and flooded railway tunnel reopened see their vision realised?
The Next Episode looks into just how accessible some well-known clothing and fashion brands are.
The allure of the grassroots event isn't just down to the lack of mud-baths and toilet queues.
Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy wins the Tour Championship for a second time, finishing on 18 under par.
The driver of a car and his passenger were pronounced dead at the scene of the crash.
Photographs show huge plumes of smoke billowing from Woodmill High School in Dunfermline.
Emergency services called after people at a beach in Essex reported coughing and trouble breathing.
There have been five attempts so far this year to murder police officers in Northern Ireland.
Pat Gillespie, a Strabane centenarian known for his whacky and wonderful inventions has died.
Mrs Maxwell's agent said she was a "force of nature" and that her death was a "big shock".
Police say the 12-year-old died in hospital almost a week after the incident in Glasgow.
Toshwa Dennis was tackling a scrapheap fire when he got the call to say Savannah was arriving early.
The artwork appeared near Dover's ferry terminal in 2017 on a building due to be demolished.
On the hottest late August bank holiday weekend on record, festival revellers enjoy the sunshine.
Ben Stokes' astonishing 135 not out repeats his World Cup heroics and gives England one of their greatest victories and keep the Ashes alive.
Forecasters warn temperatures could get even hotter, after 31.6C is reached in west London.
A model of Sir Thomas More was also taken from London Bridge Experience.
Six people were injured in the strike at a major golf tournament in Atlanta on Saturday.