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The new Archbishop of Canterbury has made an impressive start, says Caroline Wyatt - but his work has only just begun.
The ark that landed on a house and saved 59 people
Counter-terrorism police in Sydney arrest two men, and charge one with possession of documents designed to facilitate a terrorist attack.
The BBC hears one family's experiences of temporary accommodation
Stories behind moments that captured 2014
The RSPCA describes as "sickening" the discovery of five dead ponies whose bodies were "dumped like rubbish" in a Nottinghamshire village.
Who were the winners of 2014?
Four bizarre festive calamities from the Victorian era
Life for the boys of King's College choir at Christmas
The mother of Robert Hart who died in an unprovoked attack at the Parklife music festival on their family's first Christmas without him.
Alan Wakefield from the Imperial War Museums showed Robert Hall some of the home comforts enjoyed by British soldiers during Christmas 1914.
The long-distance walking route, the John Muir Way, has a successful first year, according to its backers.
Scottish rents reach an all-time high while tenants' finances are "stuck in a rut", according to a new report.
An appeal fund for the victims of the Glasgow bin lorry crash will open later as the city continues to come to terms with the tragedy.
During 2014 in business and economics, the shine seemed to come off a multitude of big ideas which had seemed until recently unstoppable.
The 2004 Indian Ocean derailed a train in Sri Lanka, killing at least 802 people. Karunathilake was the train guard that day.
Ten million householders who use pre-payment energy meters should be able to postpone their debt, says the charity Citizens Advice.
David Cameron speaks of the UK's "Christian values" as Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg also release Christmas messages.
Anthony Crolla says he has been amazed by the support from his Manchester United heroes as he recovers from a broken skull.
TV chef Lorraine Pascale is to become the government's first fostering ambassador, the Department for Education says.