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An extra £2bn funding for the NHS pledged by George Osborne is "crisis money", according to Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls, who accused the Conservatives of putting the NHS in danger.
Phillip Hughes's final innings has been adjusted to show him being 63 not out after an update from Cricket Australia.
A man is killed and a woman is injured after a runaway car rolled down a street in Swansea, trapping them underneath.
More pests were dealt with in Wales per person than in any other country in the UK last year, pest controllers say.
A new payment system is introduced at the Dartford Crossing between Kent and Essex.
Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey revisited
Chief executive David Richardson says the ICC is unlikely to restrict bouncers despite Phillip Hughes's death.
Edinburgh Airport reopens after a security alert saw hundreds of passengers being evacuated.
Mosque bombing highlights staggering scale of violence
A teenager is killed and four others are injured after their car leaves the road and crashes into a tree.
Two men, aged 39 and 35, are charged with intent to endanger life, aggravated burglary, grievous bodily harm and firearms offences.
Caroline Bayley reports on how US and EU sanctions imposed on Russia have had an adverse impact on some British businesses.
There was an unusual sight on the streets of Kiev on Saturday night, as a 30-year old Soviet-made aircraft was moved from the international airport to an aviation museum.
A leading businessman calls into question the ability of politicians to deliver a lowering of corporation tax for Northern Ireland.
More than a quarter of organ transplants last year were said to be from ''higher risk'' donors, according to figures given to the BBC.
As further allegations emerge about the 2018 and 2022 World Cups, Fifa faces more questions and scrutiny, says Dan Roan.
A call for volunteers to offer a listening ear has been made by a helpline charity which supports people coping with loneliness.
Australia captain Michael Clarke pays tribute to Phillip Hughes on what would have been his 26th birthday.
Agency workers across Wales are losing out on money because their wages are paid through firms which deduct costs, a union claims.
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