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Mobile phone customers who live close to Irish border react with anger after European Union governments block a plan to scrap roaming charges.
Northern Ireland's private sector saw a fall in economic output for the third month in a row during February, according to research by Ulster Bank.
Aberdeenshire-based drinks firm BrewDog is to create 130 new jobs in response to demand for their craft beer.
Teacher training is at a "critical turning point" and needs changing, according to a major independent review for the Welsh government.
Lewis Hamilton's and Nico Rosberg's battle for supremacy will lead a season set to burst with pressure and politics.
Support will be offered at a Vale of Glamorgan school after pupils were involved in a fatal crash in Powys.
When two sisters in a poor neighbourhood in Pakistan learned a Justin Bieber song they had no idea what doors it would open, the BBC's Shaimaa Khalil reports.
The government's "Prevent" strategy aimed at stopping violent extremism has become "a toxic brand", a former senior Muslim police officer says.
Police in north-eastern India say they have arrested 18 people over the lynching of a suspected rapist who was dragged from jail by a mob.
The parents of the three UK schoolgirls missing in Syria demand an apology from the Metropolitan Police over a statement it issued in the case.
Two boys aged 13 and 14, killed when the car they were in hit a tree, are named, along with two other teenagers left critically injured.
Alastair Leithead reports on a baby girl found alive in a car 14 hours after the vehicle plunged into a river in Utah, killing her mother.
A "worryingly high" number of children with type 1 diabetes have warning signs of long-term health complications, including blindness, a report says.
There are wide variations in Caesarean section rates across Europe, indicating a lack of consensus about the best way of delivering babies, a study suggests.
Do MPs reply to people who tweet them?
Mariella Frostrup on how the 'property ladder' is out of reach for many
The owners of a prize-winning dog speak of their devastation at his death, amid claims he was poisoned while competing at Crufts.
A parliamentary move to expedite the return of the Elgin Marbles from the UK to Greece will be made later by a Liberal Democrat MP.
The Queen is to use her Commonwealth Day radio message to say that its member states are "guardians of a precious flame".
There would be "extreme" and "unprecedented" public spending cuts if the Conservatives won May's general election, Labour's Ed Balls is to argue.