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Javier Ballesteros, the son of five-time major winner Seve, turns professional and says: "Today my dad comes to my mind."
A man who was paralysed almost 10 years ago in a car crash has been learning to walk again with the help of a robotic skeleton.
The bench which features in the opening credits of the sitcom Bottom has been reinstalled after a campaign by fans.
Director admits staging a video viewed by millions.
A robot is helping Danish children with autism and other developmental disorders to learn and develop communication skills, teachers say.
The jury in the inquest into the death of four PSNI officers concludes there was insufficient evidence to firmly establish the cause of the crash.
Captain Richie McCaw says a much-changed New Zealand have plenty of motivation as they face Scotland.
The trafficking of underage puppies into the UK from Eastern Europe is rife, according to the Dogs Trust charity.
English professional Jason Palmer explains why he adopted his unique playing style, which he admits receives "funny looks".
The BBC's Frank Gardner argues that it was inevitable, sooner or later, that Islamic State would turn its attention to the largest and most important country in the region, Saudi Arabia.
Cardiff council is looking at making savings of more than £32m in one year in a bid to balance the books.
A rare guitar John Lennon played while he was in the Beatles is expected to fetch up to $1 million (£638,712) at auction.
Listen to highlights of the day that the UK Youth Parliament took over the House of Commons.
The parliamentary authorities defend the practice of removing leaves by hand from trees at the Palace of Westminster rather than allowing nature to take its course each autumn.
A woman who claimed she was too ill to walk yet was filmed surfing in Australia, is jailed for benefit fraud.
Serial killer and sex offender Angus Sinclair is jailed for a minimum of 37 years for the 1977 World's End murders of Helen Scott and Christine Eadie.
Shares in Richard Branson's Virgin America airline surge more than 30% in their first day of trading on the Nasdaq stock exchange in New York.
Wales withstand heavy Belgium pressure to stay unbeaten and earn a valuable Euro 2016 qualifying campaign point in Brussels.
The week in numbers with our Go Figure images.
A controversial 1,000-room palace built for Turkey's president will cost even more than the original £385m ($615m) price tag, the BBC has been told.