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Leukaemia sufferer Astrid is searching the world against the odds for a stem cell donor.
Brendan, Ciara, and Róisín are among the names for storms to hit Britain and Ireland in 2019-20.
Georgia and Steve's "inflatables amnesty" has seen more than 100 tonnes of plastic saved from landfill.
Champions League regulars Shakhtar Donetsk abandoned their home ground in 2014 - because of the bitter conflict in east Ukraine.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson was taken to task moments after he arrived in the West Yorkshire town.
Anthony Joshua cuts a determined figure in New York on day two of a media tour for his December rematch with Andy Ruiz Jr.
Northern Ireland beat Luxembourg 1-0 in a friendly thanks to a calamitous first-half own goal by Kevin Malget.
David McGoldrick's late header keeps the Republic of Ireland unbeaten in Euro 2020 qualifying with a crucial draw against Switzerland.
The Irish PM tells business leaders in Dublin there is 'a growing risk of no-deal'.
England should not be written off but Steve Smith made day two of the fourth Test feel like torture, writes Stephan Shemilt.
The MP compares a doctor with concerns about medical supplies to a discredited anti-MMR campaigner.
The reptile would have been easy prey for predators, environmentalists say.
Family feuds, Berger bounces and, of course, Brexit battles. Just your average Thursday in Westminster.
Cabinet minutes are issued as Boris Johnson's suspension of parliament is challenged in the High Court.
Steve Smith's relentless 211 demoralises England and puts Australia in prime position to retain the Ashes after two days of the fourth Test.
After Formula 1 was labelled as 'boring' in June, Sebastian Vettel says he would rather that and bring back Anthoine Hubert.
Steve Smith scores a double century as Australia declare on 497-8 to take control on an error-strewn day two for England who finish on 23-1 in the fourth Ashes Test at Old Trafford.
England lose opener Joe Denly as Matthew Wade takes a good catch at short leg off the bowling of Pat Cummins in the fourth Ashes Test at Old Trafford.
Boris Johnson defends his Brexit policy, as brother Jo quits ministerial job citing the national interest.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson reacts to the resignation of his brother Jo as a Tory MP and minister.