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A five-year project to improve Scotland's mountains receives an additional £3.28m from The Heritage Lottery Fund.
Deacon Blue, Lulu, Jamie Cullum and the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra perform at venues in Glasgow to mark the inaugural BBC Music Day.
As talks continue to resolve Greece's debt crisis, BBC News offers an overview of what is happening, and asks what Greece might do next.
Doctors call for a tax on sugary food and drinks to tackle what they have described as an "obesity epidemic".
The Gordonstoun public school in Moray is facing further pressure over claims of historic abuse at its former prep school Aberlour House.
Sports Minister Tracey Crouch says women and girls are still too often sidelined or belittled in the sporting world.
The NSPCC, a child protection charity, asks the UK government to hold Facebook to account after a row involving a "dreadful and disturbing" video.
Who's denied they've got a golden toilet?
Creating the blackest black paint in the world
An expanded Women's World Cup means more teams and more plotlines. We take a look at some of the stories to watch in Canada.
The WW2 soldiers France has forgotten
The Football League wants clubs to interview one black minority ethnic candidate for each manager role.
Colombia's government and Farc rebels agree to set up a truth commission if a peace deal is reached to end more than 50 years of conflict.
The Former Conservative Chancellor, Lord Lawson, tells Newsnight that any change David Cameron is likely to secure from negotiations with the EU will be "inconsequential".
Police are at the scene of the "sudden deaths" of a man and a woman at a house in County Antrim.
Seven years after George W Bush left the White House, the 2016 Republican nomination battle will have an even more distinct - if unexpected - Texas twang.
US government agencies have been hit by a "massive breach" affecting millions of federal workers, officials said.
The singer Charlotte Church hits out at the government's austerity measures saying it is 'not acceptable' that the most vulnerable in society will suffer.
Former Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond is rebuked by Business Minister Anna Soubry for telling her to "behave yourself, woman".
Toro Rosso's Max Verstappen is taken to task by several drivers for his behaviour during and after his Monaco Grand Prix crash.