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Leading English rugby union club Wasps, which plays at Coventry's Ricoh Stadium, is launching a seven-year bond as it aims to raise £25m to £35m.
Graham Satchell reports on moves to bring wild lynx back to Britain.
Almost 1,500 people have signed up for the Belfast public bike-share scheme which is being launched on Monday.
Australia calls on Indonesia to delay executing two convicted Australian drug traffickers until corruption allegations are investigated.
Two-thirds of the world's population have no access to safe and affordable surgery, according to a new study in The Lancet.
People with lower back problems are more likely to have a spine similar in shape to the chimpanzee, our closest ape ancestor.
The first HIV self-test kit that allows people to get a fast result at home has gone on sale in the UK.
Two self-portraits by Francis Bacon are going on public display for the first time after being rediscovered in a private collection, before being sold.
Why can't everyone vote online for their MP?
A letter signed by the owners of 5,000 small firms calls for the Conservatives to be "given the chance to finish what they started", as Labour accuses the Tories of "letting down" business.
Clean-up efforts are continuing in Chile, after the Calbuco volcano erupted on Thursday.
The eruption of the Calbuco volcano in southern Chile has calmed but the authorities fear further activity and possible mudslides.
A memorial to those who campaigned against the Great War more than a century ago is to be unveiled in Glasgow.
The UK's newest hospital, the £842m South Glasgow University Hospital, is due to welcome its first patients later.
Scotland's political parties are continuing to appeal for votes as the general election campaign period enters its final full week.
A victim of a sex grooming ring in Oxford believes the city's children are still being targeted by sex gangs.
First-time buyers would be exempt from stamp duty when buying homes for less than £300,000 under a Labour government, Ed Miliband will say.
Five questions about keeping fossil fuels in the ground.
Has the digital transformation of society put the future of recorded history in jeopardy? Could we be heading for a "digital dark age"?
The Stratos card aims to be a single credit-card sized replacement for all the existing cards in a person's wallet.