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Watch some of the best goals from Women's FA Cup finals before Saturday's showpiece between Chelsea and Notts County.
There are fresh warnings about the dangers of so-called "tombstoning" - an activity which involves jumping off cliffs, piers, or harbour walls into water for fun.
Royal Bank of Scotland reports a 27% increase in second-quarter profit after booking more mortgage business.
Oil giant Royal Dutch Shell says it is to shed 6,500 jobs as part of cost cutting plans.
Centrica, the owner of British Gas, says it is cutting 6,000 jobs, as it reports a doubling of profits at the British Gas business.
Searching is set to continue into a fourth day for a man who went missing after the Dornoch Show last weekend.
Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal says goalkeeper David De Gea's link to Real Madrid has caused a problem.
At least 16 people are killed after torrential rain triggers landslides in western Nepal, with fears the toll could rise.
Chelsea "will still be the team to beat" this season while Liverpool's Brendan Rodgers is under "huge pressure", says Alan Shearer.
Sixteen months after Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 vanished, a piece of an aircraft has been found on Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean.
The former One Direction singer posts a picture of him signing a contract with RCA Records.
Firefighters are tackling a large fire at a caravan park in Ceredigion.
Campaigners are calling for asbestos in schools to be tackled by the Welsh and UK governments.
A third man is arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after a shooting in Rhondda Cynon Taff left a man in a critical condition.
A lorry in central Mexico ploughs into a religious procession, killing at least 16 pilgrims and injuring about 30, officials say.
Northern Ireland Secretary Theresa Villiers says she is worried that Sinn Féin would ask for more money in the future, if the government agreed to their current demands over welfare reform.
Hundreds of migrants hoping to get to Britain gather for a third night along fencing close to the Channel Tunnel freight terminal in Calais.
Electronics giant Samsung sees its net profit drop by 8% for the second quarter of the year.
An Egyptian court is to rule in the retrial of three Al-Jazeera journalists previously jailed for allegedly aiding the Muslim Brotherhood.
India says it has carried out the execution of Yakub Memon, the man convicted of financing the deadly 1993 Mumbai bombings.