Australian Treasurer Joe Hockey announces the introduction of a new tax crackdown against 30 multinational corporations.
Matthew Wheeler reports on how beaches were transformed after the end of World War Two.
A Swedish court has rejected an appeal by Wikileaks founder Julian Assange against his arrest warrant for alleged sex offences.
In early March two trains were less than a minute away from what could have been one of Britain's worst rail crashes, as Richard Westcott explains.
The extreme weather that devastated Texas on Mothers' Day weekend has claimed a life and left dozens missing.
Two men carried out a sex attack on a woman in a city centre underpass, police say.
Wondering what a David Cameron Conservative government might do? Here's a list of the commitments made during the election campaign.
South Korea believes it could take North Korea fewer than five years to develop a fleet of missile-capable submarines.
The tallest commercial building in Ireland, Windsor House in Belfast, is sold for £6.5m to hotel operators the Hastings Group.
David Cameron will address Conservative backbenchers on Monday for the first time since his party's election victory last week.
Acting Labour leader Harriet Harman urges her party to pull together and avoid "scapegoating" in the wake of its election defeat.
The Financial Conduct Authority says insurance companies are not being clear enough about the cost of paying premiums in instalments.
According to Chinese state television, eight choir members have been injured after the stage they were performing on collapsed.
A body is found following a "chemical incident" at a home in Essex.