A coroner says he cannot rule out the possibility that a Cornish landowner who was found shot in the head died accidentally.
A 12-year-old boy is convicted of raping his younger sister twice at their home when he was 11 years old.
An outbreak of a sickness and diarrhoea bug in the South West of England widens to more than 220 cases.
Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay is fined £500 for driving at 70mph in a 40mph zone.
A two-year-old girl whose father was killed when a family were swept off rocks and into the sea by a large wave also dies.
Badger culls are to be carried out in five new areas of England in a bid to control bovine TB, the BBC learns.
Twelve people have died in less than a week following a series of incidents around the UK and Channel Islands coastline - so how can people stay safe at the coast?
Breaking apart from Europe, resentment towards Westminster elites, financial uncertainty - sound familiar? Back in 1972, before the UK had even joined the Common Market, Daphne du Maurier had anticipated it all in her novel Rule Britannia. So how much did she get right?
Truro City boss Lee Hodges says his side's poor home form might be down to away teams spending the weekend in Cornwall.
Steve Larkins resigns as head coach of National League Two South club Redruth and will be replaced by Marek Churcher.
Italy begins a day of national mourning for the 284 people known to have died in Wednesday's powerful earthquake.
Bangladesh security forces storm a hideout killing several militants including the suspected planner of a deadly cafe attack, police say.
Dr Harold Bornstein says he quickly wrote a letter saying Donald Trump would be the "healthiest individual ever" elected president so that the candidate "would be happy".
French mayors are urged to heed a court ruling suspending a ban on the controversial full-body burkini swimsuit, as some say they will oppose it.
Tunisia's parliament votes by an overwhelming majority to approve a unity government led by prime minister-designate Youssef Chahed.
US Secretary of State John Kerry says he and his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov are closer to an agreement on Syria. following talks in Geneva.
China joins the 14 other members of the UN Security Council in strongly condemning North Korea's recent missile tests.
The University of North Carolina must allow transgender students and staff to use toilets that match their gender identity, a judge rules.
US President Barack Obama expands a national monument off Hawaii, creating the world's largest marine reserve.
The leaders of the Czech Republic and Hungary say a "joint European army" is needed to bolster security in the EU.
Ryan Lochte has no plans to publically respond despite Brazilian police charging him with making a false statement over a robbery, his lawyer says.
An elderly Canadian couple who have been married for 62 years are forced to live in separate care homes.
Funerals for some of the victims of Wednesday's earthquake are being held in Italy, while rescuers continue the search for more survivors.
The BBC witnesses a prison raid in one of Manila's biggest jails - the latest offensive in Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's war on drugs.
London has just held the UK’s only Halal Food Festival. BBC News looks at how the so-called Muslim pound is changing the British high street.
In Lebanon, Syrian refugee Fatima Tarasho communicates with her family in Aleppo through mobile messaging.
For the first time, Donald Trump is making a direct pitch to African-American and Hispanic voters, but will it work?
The rebel-held city of Darayya is being evacuated by government forces after the last rebel fighters agreed to hand over their weapons and leave.
Czech hiker, Pavlina Pizova, who went missing a month ago in the snowy mountains of New Zealand has described the "harrowing" ordeal in which her partner died.
A 78-year-old former England rugby player foils a robbery attempt by three men, chasing them out of his house in Malta armed only with a mug of tea.
Firefighters are called out to rescue a 20-year-old man after he climbs into public toilet to retrieve a friend's phone.
Government hopes more fertility treatment funding will bring about a baby boom.
Millions of old Swedish banknotes are still in circulation despite a looming deadline to deposit them.
Highways agency says getting rid of English and pinyin would make more space for Chinese characters.
Twice a week, Muslims from the North Caucasus region of Russia pray using a unique group movement. BBC Pop Up asked them what Zikr means to them.
As designer handbags receive record prices at auction, women are increasingly taking them to pawn shops to borrow money against them.
Iranians bemused by Hollywood-style video in which a US invasion force is destroyed by patriotic fervour.
Mawaan Rizwan travels to Rio to see if the ancient drug ayahuasca can make him feel more spiritual.
The deep divisions in Croatian football, between fans and the national federation, were exposed by an ugly incident at Euro 2016, as Guy Delauney reports.
During her year of breast cancer, Sydney woman Alison Habbal occupied hours of nausea and exhaustion by planning for her post-sickness rebirth.
An Italian man who survived the earthquake in Amatrice, killed more than 200 people, describes the "shocking and traumatic" effect it has had on the close-knit community.
The BBC's Jonathan Head explores the Philippines' dark underbelly of police raids, dealers and assassins through the story of one woman trapped in a chilling predicament.
The White Helmets save Syrians from death. What happens when they die, too?
Hungarian personalities have been handing back their state honours in protest at the award of a medal to a controversial journalist.
The BBC looks at the future of Ethiopian silver medallist Feyisa Lilesa after his daring anti-government protest at the Rio 2016 Olympics.
New mother's vivid Facebook post on the shaming culture involved with Caesarean births goes viral.
As chat apps achieve colossal valuations and more keep coming onto the market, are we reaching chat saturation point?
A tiny marsupial lion, extinct for at least 18 million years, is named after Sir David Attenborough after fossilised remains are found in remote Australia.
Canada's largest annual fair installs gender-neutral toilets with new signs that read "we don't care".
BBC News goes backstage at the Reading Festival to meet the band Chvrches.
Police have made another appeal for information after the reported abduction of a child in Redhill, Surrey.
There are conflicting views on whether it's safe to exercise during pregnancy - we hear from a former Olympian and mums.
BBC News takes a look around a former BHS flagship store on Edinburgh's Princes Street, empty now that the chain has ceased trading.
Former head of the civil service says leaving the EU will take a long time.
Tommy Cooper actor says "everyone at some point" has tried a Cooper impression.
There are clashes outside Northampton Crown Court ahead of the sentencing of a mother and grandmother over the death of a baby.
James Davidson, co-founder of pet food company Tails.com, talks to Business Live - but his dog Monty steals the show.
Take a look at 17th Century Clones Castle, discovered having been 'lost' for 250 years.
Footage has been recorded by the BBC showing the extreme lengths a group of armed people-smugglers were prepared to go to to get migrants in Calais across the Channel to Kent.
The brother of Nitharsan Ravi, one of five men who died at Camber Sands after being caught by the tide, has described how police discovered his identity.
A man has asked his girlfriend to marry him in a film using Lego that was screened to cinema goers before the main attraction.
A protest has been held outside the French embassy in London against bans on full-body swimsuits known as "burkinis".
A marathon runner has been reunited with a dog who unexpectedly joined him during a 250km race across China, after she went missing.
The family of a British backpacker stabbed to death in Australia have paid tribute to an "amazing young woman with an adventurous spirit".
Skwod star Nadia Rose is taking the music world by storm. She has opened shows for Busta Rhymes and is gathering large crowds at major music festivals.
Prince William has shared his experience of losing his mother with a teenage boy whose mother died of cancer last year.
Outgoing UKIP leader Nigel Farage addresses supporters of US presidential candidate Donald Trump at a campaign rally in Mississippi.
The world's longest aircraft has been damaged after a nosedive landing on its second test flight. Angela Marie Hatwell was there and saw it happen.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn angered by media questions about claims he was not able to get a seat on a Virgin Train.
Teenagers in England, Wales and Northern Ireland receive their GCSE results on Thursday.