Australian expeditioner is evacuated from Antarctic ice station by helicopter after suddenly falling seriously ill.
One year ago the World Health Organization announced the Ebola virus had reached outbreak proportions. Numbers are decreasing but the virus has left a permanent mark on the world.
As Angela Merkel and Alexis Tsipras meet to try and agree bail out terms, will bad blood between the two countries derail a deal?
The travails of buying food amid Venezuela's shortages
The fish that can grow as big as a man and live for 30 years
A bus veers off a highway and plunges into a lake in central Venezuela, killing at least 11 people and injuring 36.
The first plastic bank notes in Britain are going into circulation in Scotland, a year ahead of their introduction by the Bank of England.
A "global coalition of inaction" contributed to world's deadliest Ebola outbreak, the medical charity MSF says on the anniversary of the outbreak being declared.
Both the UK and Scottish governments are criticised by MPs probing whether civil servants were impartial during the referendum campaign.
Bosses at Heathrow airport promise a review of airport charges to boost air links to Scotland if their expansion plans are approved.
The BBC's Timothy McDonald reflects on the economic legacy of Singapore's Lee Kuan Yew, who has died aged 91.
Twenty-five years after the Strangeways prison riots in 1990, Lord Woolf says lessons have not been learnt and a new inquiry into prisons is needed.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is set to meet German Chancellor Angela Merkel amid mounting concern that Athens is running out of money.
Uncomfortable headlines for political party leaders appear on the front pages, with some papers saying the SNP could "hold Labour to ransom" after the election.
The CBI warns of the dangers to the UK economy of a "power vacuum" if there is no conclusive election result in May.
Motorists in Westminster who sit in a stationary car with the engine running and refuse to turn it off are to be fined £20.
The riot that changed the prison system, 25 years on
The Russian style of massage that's not for the faint-hearted
BBC Inside Out investigates illegal sales of roaccutane, the powerful prescription-only drug used to help in the treatment of acne.
Lord Woolf, who led the inquiry into the Strangeways riot 25 years ago, Britain's biggest prison disturbance, calls for a new inquiry into the state of UK jails.