A recipe change for Cadbury's Creme Eggs has provoked outrage among some chocolate lovers.
Chelsea captain John Terry takes a number of selfies with fans while watching the Masters at London's Alexandra Palace.
Cristiano Ronaldo beats Lionel Messi and Manuel Neuer to win the 2014 Fifa Ballon d'Or at a ceremony in Zurich.
David Harsent wins the prestigious TS Eliot poetry prize for his eleventh collection Fire Songs - his first victory in five nominations.
Three South Yorkshire MPs say they are suing two UKIP politicians over remarks made about them in relation to the Rotherham child abuse scandal.
Unbeaten heavyweight Anthony Joshua pulls out of his fight against Kevin Johnson with a back injury.
Train services between Tanzania and Zambia are paralysed by a strike by Tanzanian workers who say they have not been paid for five months.
An American terrorism commentator has apologised for getting his facts wrong about Birmingham during a Fox News interview.
Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo is named world footballer of the year, winning the Ballon d'Or for the second year in a row.
Colombia's James Rodriguez wins the Fifa goal of the year award, beating Irishwoman Stephanie Roche and Robin van Persie.
Peter Lovenkrands praises Mike Ashley amid criticism of the businessman's interests in Rangers and Newcastle United.
A coroner records a narrative conclusion in the case of a 15-year-old boy found hanged after a fellow pupil claimed the pair might have had sex.
Nigeria says the number of casualties in an assault by Boko Haram on the town of Baga last week was lower than previously believed.
The government is set to strip private consortium Nuclear Management Partners (NMP) of a £9bn contract to clean up the nuclear waste site at Sellafield.
Cumbria dairy farmer Jonathan Britton says he is facing the prospect of selling milk for less than 10p per litre - compared with 35p per litre last year.
Four-time Olympic sailing champion Ben Ainslie and wife Georgie Thompson rescued by Sir Richard Branson on their honeymoon.
A pub called the Prince of Wales is sent a gas bill addressed to Prince Charles - and the pub is not even on the gas mains.
Evidence is emerging that Islamic State is recruiting Taliban fighters, writes David Loyn, possibly heralding a new and unstable phase for Afghanistan.
Four children and an adult are injured after two buses crashed in Cardiff.
US Central Command's Twitter account is hacked by a group claiming to be supporters of Islamic State.