SDLP leader Alasdair McDonnell will address his supporters at the party's annual conference on the outskirts of Belfast later.
The Hollywood Film Awards was aired on television for the first time on Friday with a star-studded audience in attendance.
Vehicle manufacturer Land Rover has been accused of "setting an appalling example" by holding a 4x4 photo shoot on top of a mountain in Snowdonia amid claims local habitat has been damaged.
Russia could face further sanctions unless it stops "destabilising" Ukraine, David Cameron says, as world leaders gather for the G20 summit.
A Belgian student is seeking sponsors to get his prototype 'ambulance drone' off the ground.
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Three lanes of the M25 in Surrey reopen after a day-long closure caused when a pothole the width of an entire lane appeared at junction nine.
Colchester Hospital warns patients to stay away from A&E except for "serious or life-threatening" conditions, as it declares a "major incident" following an inspection.
Space scientists say the comet lander, Philae, has gone into standby mode, because of low power.
President Obama warns of the dangers of conflict in Asia and says the region's security cannot be based on intimidation.
Labour leader Ed Miliband is expected to criticise Sports Direct over its use of zero-hours contracts in a speech on Saturday.
US President Barack Obama, who is attending the G20 summit in Australia, says Asia's security must not be based on intimidation and bullying.
A 22-year-old football fan has died in hospital after falling in a stairwell at Celtic Park following Scotland's European Championship qualifier against the Republic of Ireland.
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The Pacific Tsunami Warning Centre issues an alert around the Moluccas in Indonesia after a quake of 7.3 magnitude.
BBC Children in Need 2014 gala raises more than £32.6m on the night.
Guest columnist Ahmed Rashid says a tepid government response has only exacerbated problems such as malnutrition, polio, lack of education, and terrorism.
Food and drink was confiscated from tennis fans attending the ATP tour finals because of the UK's raised terror threat, organisers say.
The Ebola outbreak has impacted on all signs of everyday life in Sierra Leone, one of the most badly affected countries, says Mark Doyle.