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How long for a top footballer to earn your weekly wage?
China's central bank has cut the level of funds banks must hold in reserve in an effort to boost growth in the world's second-largest economy.
Yusuke Katayama hijacked computers to make death threats that appeared to come from innocent people, during a game of cat and mouse with police.
BBC Sport looks at the prospects for all 12 Super League clubs in the build-up to the 2015 season.
MPs took evidence on the Post Office mediation scheme and the Horizon IT system.
Rory McIlroy and Horizon Sports Management have come to a settlement in their long-running wrangle.
Iraq inquiry panel member and Churchill biographer Sir Martin Gilbert has died, the head of the probe into the conflict tells MPs.
At least four people are reported dead after a shell hit a hospital in the rebel-held city of Donetsk in eastern Ukraine.
Former England captain Kevin Pietersen will guest on Test Match Special's commentary team during the Cricket World Cup.
A dog which became a global news star after being abandoned at a Scottish train station with his belongings in a suitcase is given to a new owner.
Some players might be wild-eyed when the anthems roll, but how much does national identity matter in the professional game?
The Institute of Fiscal Studies' Green Budget says the worst of UK spending cuts are still to come with a "long way to go" before recovery.
Cookery lessons for people with learning disabilities
An online fund, launched to help a frail Tyneside pensioner who was mugged, is halted with donations standing at more than £329,000.
Conservative MP Bob Blackman might have to repay more than £1,000 in wrongly-claimed mileage expenses.
The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby enters the debate about business and society, telling the BBC that it is wrong to be "anti-business" but that with wealth comes responsibility.
A new poll by a Tory peer suggests Labour's Douglas Alexander and Liberal Democrat minister Danny Alexander could lose their seats at the May election.
Greece's new government takes its case to the European Commission and European Central Bank as it tries to renegotiate the country's bailout terms.
The UK nurse Pauline Cafferkey probably caught Ebola by wearing a visor instead of goggles while treating patients, an investigation has concluded.
A US senator, taking aim at health regulations, suggests restaurants should not have to compel employees to wash their hands after toilet visits.