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The Large Hadron Collider has been re-started after a pause of two years - what will it attempt to find this time?
A former New Zealand rugby player arrested on suspicion of a sexual assault in Cardiff is bailed.
Pop star Beyonce releases a new single, with accompanying video, on the recently relaunched streaming service, Tidal.
What to do when a politician comes calling
The Large Hadron Collider, the world's most powerful particle accelerator, is being restarted, after a two-and-a-half year upgrade.
Countries including Pakistan and China step up efforts to evacuate their citizens from Yemen, as the humanitarian situation there worsens.
Five are rescued in two separate incidents on Wales' highest mountain range, including a woman who fell 50ft and knocked over a couple.
Scottish Firefighter Steve McCrorie wins the fourth series of TV talent show The Voice - and releases his debut single in a bid to crack the charts.
The restart of the Large Hadron Collider is under way, with scientists hoping it will provide answers to fundamental questions about the universe.
A teaching union says there has not been enough investment in Welsh schools, ahead of a debate at its conference in Cardiff Bay.
Fiona Trott reports on new technology giving drivers more information on - and even power to control - traffic lights.
Christian leaders are expected to denounce the persecution of Christians in their Easter Sunday services.
Labour leader Ed Miliband wanted to present himself as a "happy warrior" in last Thursday's TV debate, according to notes left in a dressing room.
A search is being repeated for a 77-year-old man who disappeared three years ago, Gwent Police have said.
The bus carrying the Fenerbahce football team in Turkey has been attacked, leaving the driver injured.
Arsenal targeting Cabaye, Khedira offered to Man Utd, Falcao to Real Madrid, Ings to Real Sociedad, plus more.
Kenya begins three days of mourning for the 148 victims of an al-Shabab militant attack on students at Garissa University.
The BBC's Tom Burridge visits the football club Shakhtar Donetsk's stadium in Ukraine which is now empty.
The UN Security Council says its members need time to consider calls for a humanitarian pause in Saudi-led air strikes in Yemen.
Christians should resist persecution without violence, the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby is set to say in his Easter Sunday sermon.