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England's win in Scotland was best since World Cup
Cardiff Airport is told it can borrow £3.5m of taxpayers money to try to attract new airlines.
A trade union puts forward a cost-cutting proposal aimed at saving 500 jobs at the closure-threatened JTI Gallahers plant in County Antrim.
Staff who lost their jobs at the Nortel factory in County Antrim are entitled to unfair dismissal payments of more than £50,000, but it is unclear if the money will be paid out.
Returning British Ebola nurse frustrated at Sierra Leone situation
Indian police continue operations to arrest a controversial guru after clashes at his ashram in Haryana state left 200 injured.
Google is the first company to rent the world's biggest digital billboard, which is eight storeys high and situated in New York's Times Square.
Government changes to housing benefit should not apply to people whose spare room has been converted into a safe refuge to protect them from a violent ex-partner, lawyers will argue later.
People with epilepsy could face criminal prosecutions because police and prosecutors fail to recognise their condition, a charity warns.
Levels of public trust and confidence in police are higher when officers are deployed on horseback, a report assessing the value of the patrols suggests.
Clashes take place between Hong Kong police and a small group of protesters who tried to break into parliament early on Wednesday.
Vulnerable children in England are at risk of sexual exploitation because of failings by councils, the education watchdog warns.
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation pledges $5.7m to launch a programme that uses plasma from Ebola survivors to try to treat the illness.
The Philae lander has detected organic molecules on the surface of its comet, scientists have confirmed.
The US invented the concept of soft power, and pioneered its use, but does it work, and are other nations cottoning on, asks Ritula Shah?
Four people are being questioned by police over the disappearance of a beauty queen and her sister in Honduras.
The government only has a "limited understanding" of the impact of budget cuts on local authorities in England, the National Audit Office says.
Who should pay to keep East Anglia dry?
The number of lightning strikes across the UK has been significantly affected by solar activity, according to new research.
A British-led consortium outlines its plans to land a robotic probe, paid for by public donations, on the Moon in 10 years' time.