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Police say they seized a "concerning" amount of alcohol from under-age drinkers along Northern Ireland's north coast on Easter Monday.
There could be up to 100 billion barrels of oil onshore beneath the South of England, says exploration firm UK Oil & Gas.
In a learning season for Liverpool, FA Cup success would be a price worth paying for moments of pain, writes Phil McNulty.
A construction worker on the site of a new £49m arts centre describes the delayed project as "chaotic".
Scientists in Dallas, Texas, have excavated a 100 million-year-old dinosaur fossil discovered by five-year-old Wylie Brys while playing with his father.
Typical household incomes in Northern Ireland were 4% - or £860 - below their pre-economic downturn level last year, according to a new study.
Former Liberal Democrat MP Mike Hancock says he is only standing as an independent candidate in Portsmouth South because he dislikes his ex-party's candidate.
Melbourne police question a mother who was driving a car carrying four of her children when it plunged into a lake, killing three of them.
Men whose brothers have been convicted of a sex offence are up to five times more likely than average to commit a similar crime, a study suggests.
US Secretary of State John Kerry warns Iran over its alleged support for Shia Houthi rebels in Yemen.
A class action suit against Facebook, brought by 25,000 users who allege violations of European privacy laws, is due to begin in a court in Austria later.
North Korea accuses Mexico of illegally holding one of its ships, but the UN says it belongs to a firm blacklisted for violating sanctions.
The number of tourists visiting Hong Kong from mainland China has fallen dramatically in recent weeks, reports Juliana Liu.
Mark Mardell says Labour is likely to be the biggest party in Wales - but it's struggling to secure the blanket support the party wants.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage is campaigning in a tan-coloured coat. What's the story behind it?
The sexual consent classes being taught to 11-year-olds
Photos of Atlantic Ocean island revellers feeling the beat
In April 2000, world leaders made six pledges to improve education. None of them were kept.
Scientists have predicted the odds of women developing breast cancer by looking for tiny DNA errors in 77 genes.
The family of murdered five-year-old April Jones gives an insight into day-to-day life in the wake of her death.