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Chris Hemsworth will play the receptionist in director Paul Feig's female reboot of Ghostbusters.
The UK's budget watchdog has slashed its long-term forecast for North Sea oil and gas tax receipts.
The sisters of Belfast murder victim Robert McCartney are identified as witnesses in an IRA trial which collapsed last week, after reporting restrictions are lifted.
David Anderson has made a measured contribution to the debate over surveillance powers - but the arguments will continue, says Gordon Corera.
In a country where women riding motorcycles in public is banned, Behnaz Shafiei is one of a small number challenging the rules.
Former Labour deputy leader John Prescott tells David Miliband to "shut up" and stop telling the party what to do.
With Gareth Bale set to win his 50th cap against Belgium, BBC Wales Sport looks at how he compares with Welsh great Ryan Giggs.
The European Space Agency (Esa) has released some pictures that may include its lost comet lander, Philae.
A woman who gave shelter to a murderer is jailed for 18 months after judges ruled she should not have been given a suspended sentence.
The Catholic and Church of Ireland bishops of Londonderry call on anyone with information about the murder of Paul McCauley to come forward and put the "truth on the table".
Further cuts to government spending will be needed beyond this parliament in order to bring the national debt under control, the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) has warned.
MPs debate subjects including Fifa in Westminster Hall.
Stacey Hyde, who was cleared at a retrial of murdering her friend's boyfriend, has told the Victoria Derbyshire programme that she was let down by the justice system.
Israel denies it bugged talks on Iran's nuclear programme, after a security company said a computer virus hacked the venues of the negotiations.
Ex-rugby league player Ben Ross is rushed to hospital after breaking his arm while arm-wrestling live on television.
Social news site Reddit shuts down five of its forums because they were being used to "harass individuals".
A murder victim was collecting drug money when he was shot with a crossbow before falling off a balcony, a jury hears.
Prison overcrowding has been underestimated for the past six years, the Ministry of Justice admits.
British actor Christopher Lee, who played Count Dracula and starred in The Lord of the Rings, has died aged 93.
A woman is jailed for three years and six months for posting messages promoting terrorism on social media.