A bus company's medical advisor told the Glasgow bin lorry crash driver to "remain off driving duties" while his health was investigated, the FAI into the tragedy is told.
The police chief in charge of counter-terrorism in the East Midlands says some people who travelled to join the so-called Islamic State have since returned.
The number of students taking traditional subjects like English, maths and science in GCSE and A-level exams is on the rise in England.
David Cameron was "mesmerised" by the Kids Company boss Camila Batmanghelidjh and overruled concerns raised, a source involved in funding talks says.
Greek bank shares have fallen sharply for a third day, continuing the trend seen since the stock exchange re-opened at the start of the week.
A levitating hoverboard which runs on a specially constructed magnetic skate park near Barcelona in Spain has been unveiled.
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Natalia Molchanova, the 53-year-old Russian champion freediver, is feared dead after going missing on Sunday.
Cheryl Boone Isaacs is re-elected as the president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for a third term.
Harriet Harman writes to all Labour MPs asking them to check new members are not trying to skew the party's leadership contest.
A body found off the coast of The Netherlands is believed to be that of a woman who went missing while on holiday, say police.
Hannah Miley and Dan Wallace are among the Britons through from the heats on Wednesday at the World Swimming Championships.
Former James Bond actor Pierce Brosnan is stopped by US airport security for carrying a knife in his hand luggage.
The Northern Ireland Ambulance Service apologises to a "seriously-injured" farmer from Castlederg who had to wait more than 90 minutes for an ambulance.
Scottish ministers are asked to reveal what they know about claims Police Scotland spied on journalists and their sources.
Seven Christians are detained in China, some accused of embezzlement, after protesting the removal of their church cross, their lawyer said.
Copies of thousands of DNA and fingerprint samples are to be made to help with future investigations into crimes committed during the Troubles.
Allegations of widespread doping in athletics are "a declaration of war" on the sport, says IAAF vice-president Lord Coe.
Some upmarket bars and restaurants have introduced pricey and extensive water menus.
French bank Societe Generale says it will boost its financial safety net as it reports earnings which beat analysts' forecasts.