A group of Post Office staff plan a series of strikes over Christmas in a dispute over pay and jobs.
A headstone marking the grave of murdered schoolgirl April Jones is put in place two years after she was killed.
Great Britain's most decorated female Paralympian Dame Sarah Storey will bid to break the women's hour record in 2015.
The US space agency's (Nasa) Curiosity rover has detected the intermittent "belching" of methane gas on Mars.
Tuesday's Peshawar school massacre was the Taliban's deadliest attack in Pakistan, as BBC News explains in 60 seconds.
Former UKIP councillor Kerry Smith apologises 'unreservedly' for the comments that led to his resignation, but says they were no worse than something that could be heard on Only Fools and Horses.
MPs hear evidence from Prime Minister David Cameron.
There's talk of unprecedented pressures, record levels of calls and a system which is "creaking". So what's happening in the NHS even before winter has fully taken a grip?
A football fan who ripped up pages of the Koran during a match is banned from every football ground in England and Wales.
An enormous vessel is being built to collect and liquefy gas at sea for the first time.
Lastminute.com, the firm which came to fame at the height of the dot.com boom, has been sold to Swiss travel firm Bravofly Rumbo for $120m (£76m).
Former UKIP parliamentary candidate Kerry Smith says he may have been a victim of "black arts" within the party.
The ambulance service apologises to the family of a disabled 11-year-old girl from Newtownards, County Down, who could not get an ambulance when she fell ill.
Rock band The Who postpone two concerts in London as frontman Roger Daltrey is suffering from a throat infection.
An enormous ship is being built to collect and liquefy gas at sea for the first time.
MPs heard evidence on decision-making in defence policy.
Scotland will host Northern Ireland in an international friendly at Hampden on 25 March, the Scottish FA confirms.
Falkirk MP Eric Joyce is charged with assault and criminal damage over an incident at a shop in Camden earlier this year.
At least 1.5 million Nigerians displaced by the Islamist insurgency may not be able to vote in elections if the law is not changed, an official tells the BBC.
People are "fed up" with onshore wind farms being built, and "enough is enough", Prime Minister David Cameron tells MPs.