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Gillian Anderson and Tom Hiddleston win the top acting honours at this year's London Evening Standard Theatre Awards.
Australian police are investigating after the body of a baby is found buried at a beach in Sydney, a week after another baby was found abandoned in a drain.
BBC health editor Hugh Pym takes a closer look at Chancellor George Osborne's announcement of £2bn extra funding for the NHS across the UK.
Hong Kong pro-democracy activists clash with police as they try to encircle government HQ, in a fresh outbreak of unrest.
Record temperatures are changing daily lives in Australia
Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini says his side's 3-0 win at Southampton proves they can compete with Chelsea for the title.
Veteran Labour MP Diane Abbott says she is intending to put herself forward to become Labour's candidate for Mayor of London in 2016.
Time for Chris Eubank Jr to go back to basics after defeat by Billy Joe Saunders, says Ben Dirs.
Take That and Olly Murs shoot to the top of the UK singles and album charts with their latest releases.
The BBC returns to a British-run Ebola clinic in Sierra Leone, a month after it opened to see what progress is being made in the fight against the virus.
Concerns grow over a missing 25-year-old woman who was last seen on Friday night in Greater Manchester.
Roberto Soldado scores the winner just before half-time as Spurs come from behind to beat Everton at White Hart Lane.
The Berkshire church where the Duchess of Cambridge was christened has held its final service.
An investigation into corruption in the Iraqi army revealed 50,000 false names, known as "ghost soldiers", on its payroll, the PM says.
Defending champion Neil Robertson beats Kyren Wilson 6-5 to reach round three of the UK Championship in York.
Soul star Lionel Richie will play the Sunday teatime slot at next year's Glastonbury Festival, its organisers announce.
A 30-year-old man is "fighting for life" after he was felled by a single punch in Manchester.
Bryony Shaw wins gold as British sailors claim four medals at the inaugural Sailing World Cup Final in Abu Dhabi.
A motorcycle like those ridden by Lawrence of Arabia sets a new world record after selling for £315,100.
Thousands of Russians hold marches in Moscow and other cities in protest against health reforms involving hospital closures and job losses.