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The Reverend Darren Howie got clean from drug addiction and now helps others as a priest in Derby.
A Dutch town has installed an official 'silly walks' road crossing.
About 200 people join the search for Sarah Jane Wellgreen who disappeared nearly two weeks ago.
Residents near Spondon Post Office were woken by a "terrifying", "loud, subsonic bang".
The Red Falcon ran aground on Sunday, weeks after its sister ship tore yachts from their moorings.
The legendary DJs announce they will perform brand new music during live gigs starting in May next year.
Norway's wartime hero Joachim Ronneberg led a daring raid to stop Hitler's plan for an atomic bomb.
Kareem Hunt cannot be stopped in this week's NFL plays of the week, which also features Philip Rivers throwing bombs at Wembley and some clever running from Mitch Trubisky.
Robert Sharkey let the body of his neighbour decompose as he used her cash to buy pepperoni pizzas.
Hundreds of festival-goers stood on a track unaware a train was heading for them them at full speed.
One colleague said the PM would be "knifed" and another suggested she "bring her own noose" to a meeting.
After THAT fall last year, it's only right the reality TV star made a big appearance at this year's event.
Simon Mayo is leaving Radio 2 altogether after a huge listener backlash to the new Drivetime show.
Stacey Atkinson will carry the guilt of her baby's death for the rest of her life, a court hears.
The 55km bridge and tunnel linking Hong Kong to mainland China via Macau is set to open, years late.
The British footwear firm, which sells in 58 countries, sees sales and earnings rise.
Paddy McGuinness and Andrew "Freddie" Flintoff are announced as new hosts of the driving show.
The apology to tens of thousands of sexual abuse survivors left many feeling conflicted.
People sleeping rough should be a "protected category", says Liverpool's mayor Joe Anderson.
Your morning briefing for Monday 22 October 2018.