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Sydney remembers the victims of the Lindt cafe siege, with the funeral of manager Tori Johnson and a memorial service for barrister Katrina Dawson.
Sam Burgess scores his first try in rugby union as he plays at blindside flanker in Bath academy's win over London Irish A.
The BBC's Ian Pannell accompanies a group of US combat veterans who are part of a unique PTSD therapy programme that takes them back to the frontline.
Several people are killed when a bin lorry crashes into pedestrians in George Square, Glasgow.
Political parties in Northern Ireland are apparently getting closer to an agreement on a variety of contentious issues.
Italy's competition watchdog fines travel website Tripadvisor €500,000 (£392,000) for publishing misleading information in its reviews.
Sir Paul McCartney says he is extremely sad to hear that the singer Joe Cocker has died.
Chelsea seal top spot in the Premier League at Christmas as goals from John Terry and Cesc Fabregas secure victory at Stoke.
Joe Cocker and the Grease Band perform "With a little help from my friends" at Woodstock festival in 1969.
Alastair Cook says he wants to start "enjoying my cricket again" after losing his position as England one-day captain.
The UN Security Council begins a rare discussion of North Korea's human rights situation, despite objections from Russia and China.
Joe Cocker found success putting his soul into other people's songs
Home Secretary Theresa May's plan to expel foreign graduates draws criticism from the scientific community.
Sir Alex Ferguson describes Manchester United midfielder Michael Carrick as "the best English player in the game".
A 20-year-old man has died following a three-car collision near Downpatrick in County Down.
Joe Cocker, who has died at the age of 70, performing on Top of the Pops.
The number of online shoppers is on the rise this Christmas, with 91% of rural dwellers now shopping online.
Ten people are injured as a van is driven into shoppers at a Christmas market in Nantes, French officials say, with reports the driver then stabbed himself.
Seven men are sentenced for "driving like lunatics" in a convoy which caused a head-on crash.
Politicians, religious and civic leaders give their reaction to the bin lorry crash that killed six people in central Glasgow.