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Tuesday's press carries warnings about vitamin and diet pills, as well as further thoughts on the role of the SNP in national politics.
Some 180,000 homes are without power across Sydney and New South Wales as storms batter the Australian state.
Fans of the Loch Ness Monster are being offered a chance to explore its "habitat" using Google Street View.
Tijan Jagne is trying to save enough money to get to Libya and from there across the Mediterranean to Europe.
The cost of UK car insurance will rise over the rest of the year, according to the AA, despite a fall in the first quarter of 2015.
A £10m online health project has reached less than a third of the people it set out to, the BBC has learned.
Ada Lovelace, arguably the first computer programmer, is being brought to life in a graphic novel.
The Scottish Liberal Democrats are to launch their manifesto, setting out plans to deliver a "decade of opportunity".
Ahmet Davutoglu says Turkey will "respectfully remember" deaths of Armenians in 1915 but stops short of recognising the killings as genocide.
Are endless supermarket promotions doing more harm than good?
Nick Clegg says owners of second homes in rural beauty spots could face paying double the rate of council tax under Liberal Democrat plans.
Former Prime Minister John Major is to enter the election campaign and claim that a Labour government propped up by the SNP would be a "recipe for mayhem".
Ardent royal fans have begun gathering outside St Mary's Hospital in Paddington ahead of the birth of the Duchess of Cambridge's second baby.
The Borneo Rhino Alliance are trying to find a suitable mate for a Sumatran rhino.
Consumer body Which? demands action from regulator over "confusing and misleading" supermarket pricing.
The official inquiry into the 2003 Iraq War may not publish its long-awaited report this year, BBC Newsnight has learned.