A Conwy town marks the 150th anniversary of the publication of Alice in Wonderland with a world record bid for the longest line of jam tarts.
The ceasefire between government forces and pro-Russia rebels in eastern Ukraine is largely holding, but Nato's top military commander says he's concerned the lull is being used to prepare another offensive.
The funeral of an unidentified baby boy found dead on a path almost two years ago is to be held.
Former Social Development Minister Nelson McCausland acted inappropriately by attempting to extend a Housing Executive contract with a maintenance firm, a Stormont committee finds.
The first minister has told the BBC a recommendation by the justice minister to change the law on abortion in cases of fatal foetal abnormality is doomed.
The Welsh leaders of the main political parties do battle in their final television debate before polling day.
The funeral of a child who died while on a skiing holiday in France is to take place in Abergavenny.
Increasing the number of staff in the NHS has been a major theme of the election. But does the health service really need all these doctors, nurses and midwives?
Rail operators predict further delays to trains through south London after a power cut which left thousands stranded.
More than 2,000 people have been forced from their homes after Chile's Calbuco volcano erupted for the third time in eight days.
Robotic patients helping doctors to learn
Rarely before in the age of universal suffrage have politicians seemed so disconnected, says Nick Bryant.
Australian Indigenous singer Gurrumul sells out at a concert in New York, the first in a series of dates for his debut US tour.
Head teachers are warning that schools are having to act like "mini-welfare states" in providing and food and clothes to some pupils.
Areas of airspace where human use is restricted could help to protect billions of animals, scientists say.
A virtuoso performance - at a bomb site
England is set for more record-breaking warm years like 2014, say scientists.
GP out-of-hours services provided by commercial companies perform slightly worse than NHS or not-for-profit equivalents, an analysis shows.
Asian markets head lower despite a slew of economic data from the world's third largest economy, Japan, showing signs of a recovery.
Factory activity in the world's second largest economy, China, steadied in April, coming in slightly above market expectations.