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Zimbabwe netballers celebrate their top-eight finish at the World Cup by dancing their way onto BBC Two's TV coverage while Hazel Irvine is still presenting.
Visitors are encouraged to donate their urine to artists making bricks for a show.
Sarah Boyle was incorrectly told she had an aggressive cancer after noticing problems breastfeeding.
There will never be another game like it - BBC Sport columnist Mark Wood reflects on the World Cup final and reveals what happened next.
England take on New Zealand while holders Australia face underdogs South Africa in the semi-finals of the Netball World Cup 2019 in Liverpool.
Ben Kaye and the boys' grandfather surprised children at a Shropshire primary school.
James Goddard, 29, who shouted abuse at MP Anna Soubry outside Parliament, admits public order offences.
Watch Shane Lowry's three birdies as the Irishman makes a lightning fast start to race up the leaderboard at the Open.
Tommy Fleetwood and Lee Westwood lead the English charge on day two of the 148th Open as the world's best players bunch up behind leader JB Holmes.
The chancellor says he'll do "everything in my power" to stop a no-deal Brexit.
Watch the final three birdies of Tommy Fleetwood's round as the Englishmen hits a second round 67 to move to seven-under par and fire himself into contention at Royal Portrush.
The earthquake, registered at 5.1 magnitude, knocked out telecoms and power in parts of the city.
After people several people are hurt in a crash at a car cruise event - What are they?
Chloe's "love at first sight", Lance Scott Walker, was stabbed to death while in the care of the state.
Ireland fans hit headlines at Euro 2012 with their "Angela Merkel thinks we're at work" flag.
Fraudster Shaun Greenhalgh returns to Bolton Museum which paid £440,000 for one of his fake statues.
Vicky Murphy was 35 weeks pregnant when she and husband Marc were washed against cliffs in Cornwall.
Russia's sports ministry refuses to include cricket on its register of officially recognised sports following England's World Cup win.
Antonio Conte says Romelu Lukaku would improve Inter Milan, but admits a deal for the Man Utd striker could be difficult.
The supreme court says peacekeeping soldiers from the Netherlands are partly to blame for 350 killings.