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A Lancashire college is chosen as the national hub for the UK's first college for the fracking industry.
A European Court ruling prompts the press to declare an end to "benefit tourism", while many look forward to I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!
BBC Click talks to the team behind an anti-surveillance device.
The deputy first minister is to answer questions before a committee about the long-term future of state-owned Prestwick Airport.
Ulster Bank is fined 3.5m euros (£2.75m) by the Central Bank of Ireland over its 2012 IT meltdown which left customers without access to their accounts.
History beckons for the European Space Agency on Wednesday as it attempts to put a small probe on a comet
England boss Roy Hodgson praises Wayne Rooney before the captain makes his 100th international appearance on Saturday.
The owner of a B&B where Matthew Williams murdered a woman in an act of cannibalism has told of the horror she witnessed.
Tax officials in Argentina raid financial organisations across the country, in what they say is an operation targeting money-laundering.
Liberal Democrat Health Minister Norman Lamb warns of a "crash" in the NHS in England if up to £1.5bn of extra funding is not found before the 2015 general election.
Andy Murray keeps his ATP World Tour Finals hopes alive with a 6-3 7-5 win over Canadian Milos Raonic in London.
The team behind a huge sandcastle in the Brazilian town of Niteroi hope it will be named the tallest off all time, when a team from Guinness World Records visits the structure.
Fashion photographer David Titlow wins the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize for a shot of his baby son.
Parts of Canada and the US Midwest get their first blast of winter, sending temperatures plummeting by as much as 22C (40F) in days.
The Mormon church seeks to dispel some of its most enduring myths
England winger Semesa Rokoduguni is ruled out of Saturday's autumn international against South Africa with a hip injury.
The justice secretary apologises and orders an investigation into the possible monitoring of phone calls between prisoners and their constituency MPs.
Donny Osmond, the singer, actor, and most recently, a judge on Strictly Come Dancing has released his 60th album.
A prosecutor tells a jury in her closing speech that toddler Madison Horn was "brutally attacked in her own home."
A Palestinian has been killed in clashes with the Israeli army in the West Bank, local medical sources say, amid rising tensions between the two sides.