A harrier hawk used to scare pigeons away at Wimbledon's tennis championships has been stolen, police say.
A new by-law bans people from swimming in the River Thames in London without prior permission from the Port of London Authority.
Thousands of military personnel, veterans and cadets are taking part in a series of parades across Scotland to mark Armed Forces day.
Casey Stoner wins at Assen to move level on points with championship leader Jorge Lorenzo, who is forced out by an early crash.
A Coventry pub which turned away soldiers about to attend a comrade's funeral closes for Armed Forces Day over safety concerns.
Murder squad detectives questioning a 22-year-old man about a double stabbing in south Wales are given extra time to hold him.
East London residents are marching through Bow to demonstrate against the military's plans to install missiles on roofs for security during the Olympics.
Detectives launch a murder investigation as a shopkeeper dies in hospital two weeks after being attacked in his Paisley grocer.
A peer suspended by the Labour Party for allegedly offering a £10m bounty on the head of US President Barack Obama has suspension lifted.
An American man is reported to be in a serious condition in hospital after being severely bitten and dragged through an enclosure by two chimps in South Africa.
Islamist fighters in Mali have damaged at least one Muslim saint's shrine in the city of Timbuktu, a Unesco world heritage site, witnesses say.
Celebrating Latvia's ancient pagan solstice festival
Managers at Neath Port Talbot Hospital face changes in acute medical services this autumn because of difficulties recruiting enough doctors after a training shake-up.
Two brothers appear in court after £250,000 of cocaine are seized in Belfast.
US President Barack Obama has toured neighbourhoods ravaged by a wildfire which drove tens of thousands of people from their homes in a Colorado city.
A man charged with murdering a pregnant woman in Essex and killing her unborn daughter is remanded in custody.
Police appeal for information after a fatal crash in which a man was hit by a lorry on the Edinburgh city bypass.
British rider Bradley Wiggins says he is in the best form of his life ahead of the Tour de France and is enjoying the media interest.
Live coverage of Moto2 and Moto3 at the Assen Grand Prix in the Netherlands.
The Stone Roses delight fans at the first of three sell-out gigs in Manchester - their first major concerts together in 16 years.
Detectives question five men after a fatal stabbing at Westfield shopping centre, next to the London 2012 Olympic park.
A man dies after falling from a balcony inside the Bullring shopping centre in Birmingham.
Tottenham's Gareth Bale will not be available to play for Team GB's football side at the Olympics after aggravating a back injury in training.
Almost a third of the Ulster Bank's 90 branches in Northern Ireland extend opening hours this weekend to help customers caught up in a backlog caused by a computer problem 11 days ago.
Artist Grayson Perry talks to Matthew Stadlen about the burden of being an artist, the definition of taste, why he thinks shock is a tired concept and wearing women's clothes.
Andrew Garfield has revealed that he needed to "make friends" with his bladder while filming The Amazing Spider-Man.
Wales sees its wettest June on record with nine locations setting new records of their own.
Armed Forces Day in Wales sees its Falklands Memorial re-dedicated to mark the 30th anniversary of the conflict.
Hollywood A-listers Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes are divorcing, bringing an end to their five-year marriage.
An event billed as the "biggest outdoor arts celebration ever staged in Northern Ireland" takes place in Belfast later.
A violent storm cuts power to up to two million people in the eastern United States, leaving them to swelter in record-breaking temperatures of up to 104F (40C).
Labour leader Ed Miliband has called for a public inquiry into banking after a series of scandals in the sector.
Environment Secretary Caroline Spelman is to visit the north-east of England as the region begins the clear up after a second day of torrential rain.