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Wales defence coach Shaun Edwards has not finalised his next move after the World Cup, with a return to rugby league's Wigan appearing off the table.
Farid Ahmed's wife Hosne, 44, was killed while searching for him in Christchurch.
Millions of people take part in St Patrick's Day celebrations to mark the feast of Ireland's patron saint.
Among those offering support, church-goers are fundraising to help their Muslim neighbours.
Thousands of people take part in parades in central London and Birmingham.
Mary Lou McDonald posed with a banner reading 'England get out of Ireland' at a St Patrick's parade.
The chancellor says the PM's deal will not return to the Commons this week without enough backing.
Nathaniel Armstrong was the cousin of Alex Beresford, Good Morning Britain's weatherman.
Two rural officers chased and arrested the gunman, who was thought to be planning more attacks.
The retailer wants to target the weekly family shop, with more stores offering its full range of food.
The MP, who quit his local group over his Brexit stance, says he does want to be "bossed around".
The Christchurch mosque attacks have stunned Muslims and non-Muslims alike, writes Jay Savage.
The campaign is a "danger to public health" as it encourages people to eat more, says MP Tom Watson.
Betty Timbrell has been helping children cross the road for more than 26 years.
The former vice-president appeared to say he was a 2020 candidate - before saying he 'didn't mean it'
Valtteri Bottas wins Australian Grand Prix and gains new bonus point after overtaking Lewis Hamilton at start.
Victorian artisan David Parr covered the walls of his ordinary terraced house with lavish patterns.
The find makes another "valuable contribution" to England's Anglo-Saxon history.
Research shows more than 20 authorities no longer offer financial help schemes for people in crisis.
The world's tallest building tops the 2019 newbie list of landmarks honouring Ireland's patron saint.