Hundreds of Roadchef employees will receive thousands of pounds each after winning a legal row over shares promised to them by a former boss.
Ghana ease into their fifth consecutive Africa Cup of Nations semi-final by comfortably beating Guinea in Malabo.
The world's first paralysed patient to walk again after a pioneering transplant using cells from his nose, is in Britain. Darek Fidyka is here to help raise funds to continue the pioneering research.
An MP calls for an investigation into the impact of delays at Welsh hospitals on the NHS in England.
A 15-storey building has been demolished in Dallas, Texas to make way for the building of a new shopping centre.
A new independent body to investigate Troubles murders in Northern Ireland could take two years to start work, Chief Constable George Hamilton says.
Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel sets the pace on the first day of testing as Mercedes impress but McLaren-Honda struggle.
Labour hits back at criticism of its record on education in Wales, saying Conservative plans for schools in England were "poxy" and "lame".
Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis is holding talks in France, as Greece begins its drive in Europe to renegotiate the country's huge debt.
Alan Barnes, the victim of a mugging outside his home, has met the woman who set up a fundraising page for him.
A major landslip blocks a railway line causing disruption to services between Banbury and Leamington Spa.
A rule that stopped inmates receiving books in prison is relaxed - with books now allowed via four "approved retailers".
Bobbi Kristina Brown, daughter of late US singer Whitney Houston, is in hospital in an unknown condition after being found unresponsive in a bath.
Arsenal move up to fifth in the Premier League courtesy of an emphatic victory over struggling Aston Villa.
A 72-year-old man is in a critical condition in hospital after falling from a boat off Penarth in the Vale of Glamorgan.
Richard Galpin takes a look back at the arrest of journalist Peter Greste.
Australian al-Jazeera and ex-BBC journalist Peter Greste is being deported from Egypt after 400 days in prison, state media says.
England's Eoin Morgan blames poor batting for the tri-series loss to Australia rather than Mitchell Johnson's brilliance.
Tunisia coach Georges Leekens says the penalty against them in their Afcon quarter-final loss to Equatorial Guinea was an "injustice".
A bomb explodes on a bus in Syria's capital Damascus, killing at least four people and injuring dozens more, activists and media reports say.