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Doodles by a bored schoolboy about a dog and chicken inspire JK Rowling to consider using the tale.
Tesco has removed 'best before' labels on 116 fruit and vegetable products to reduce food waste.
Bradley Tout went on the run after fleeing from Worcester Crown Court after being convicted of rape.
Tottenham midfielder Christian Eriksen might have a "chronic" stomach injury, according to Denmark coach Age Hareide.
Celia Marsh is thought to have had an allergic reaction to a flatbread from the Bath branch of store.
Firefighter Shaunagh Brown says it "would be a hindrance to only play rugby" if she was awarded a full-time contract with England's women.
Two runners, aged 25 and 32, died after collapsing at the finish within minutes of each other.
The most important messages from the landmark report on global warming.
Campaign group Google You Owe Us wanted compensation for people whose handsets were allegedly tracked.
The SNP's Westminster leader Ian Blackford told his party's conference that "Scotland deserves better".
A selection of the most striking sports photographs from around the world this week.
Del Boy, Rodney and all the gang will appear in the show, co-written by and starring Paul Whitehouse.
Like Arsenal, Manchester United's best hope is fourth, and only Chelsea have a chance of challenging Liverpool and Manchester City, says MOTD2 pundit Alan Shearer.
Launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base, the Falcon 9 rocket took an Argentine satellite into orbit.
Facebook paid £15.7m in tax in 2017, up from £5.1m in the previous year.
Wales and Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale is among the first five nominees announced for this year's Ballon d'Or.
The singer was interviewed under caution by police, but no arrests have been made.
The singer says events in "the past two years" mean she's no longer reluctant to share her views.
Ex-Australia opener Matthew Hayden says he "dodged a bullet" after suffering a fractured bone in his neck and ligament damage while surfing in Australia.
Your morning briefing for 8 October 2018.