Wigan boy, 4, drowns in Tenerife hotel pool
Presley Stockton was described as "one in a million" and an "angel" by his heartbroken family.
Mylee Billingham: Murder accused dad 'did not help police'
William Billingham is accused of murdering his eight-year-old daughter who was stabbed in the chest.
Manchester Airport baggage handler filmed lobbing luggage
The employee casually flings cases towards a luggage trolley, sending them tumbling to the ground.
Millionaire fights demolition of garden leisure complex
He has been told to knock down his back garden cinema, squash court, bar and bowling alley.
'Croydon cat killer' mystery solved by police
The Met Police says 25 post-mortem examinations were conducted during a three-year investigation.
River search for missing Worcester university student
Thomas Jones's parents have been at a riverbank where he was last seen in the early hours of Wednesday.
Cleveland Police death bite dog 'was frustrated'
The dog may have mistaken an officer on a roof for a suspect before it bit Irene Collins, an inquest hears.
Liverpool ReSisters slammed by mayor in transgender row
Liverpool ReSisters opposed an equality motion due to fears over gender self-identification.
South Western and Northern rail staff plan more strikes
The RMT union announces further action over train guards on the South Western and Northern networks.
Swindon man drowned on 'poorly monitored' holiday trip
Roy Fawcett died while snorkelling off the coast of the Dominican Republic, an inquest hears.
People smugglers try to dupe sniffer dogs with paprika
The trio said they were involved with house clearances in Germany when they were intercepted.
Ramsgate boys, 15, held over 'extreme right' terror
Police say they will confront "all ideologies" after detaining the boys at their homes.
'Serious failings' led to Brighton hospital cleaning fluid death
Joan Blaber, 85, died six days after drinking Flash from a water jug on her hospital bedside table.
Manchester drugs gang jailed over £100m operation
They operated from a flat in Greater Manchester and flooded north-east England with drugs.
'Voodoo' nurse Josephine Iyamu has jail term increased
Josephine Iyamu, who was jailed for sex trafficking, used juju ceremonies to control victims.
Cornwall crab pots 'deliberately' damaged by French trawlers
A row starts between Cornish and French fishermen days after the "scallop wars" were settled.
No public inquiry into 'incorrect' Oldham post-mortems
Inquests into 26 deaths were put on hold following concerns over the work of Dr Khalid Ahmed.
Guildford pub bombs: Birmingham bomb ruling delays inquest
A hearing into the Guildford IRA pub bombings is delayed due to an imminent Appeal Court ruling.
Man guilty of Norwich hammer attack murder
Farnaz Ali suffered 59 injuries in the fatal attack by her neighbour Danny Williams, a court hears.
New master Lego builder gets good news from 10ft shark
Newly minted Lego master builder James Windle found out he'd got his dream job in a rather unusual way.
Manchester Art Battles: Making a 30-minute masterpiece
Art Battles see ten artists going head-to-head in a series of competitive 30-minute paint-offs.
Bowie-inspired bar marks Ziggy Stardust's 'last supper'
The pop icon held a star-studded retirement party for his famous alter-ego at London's Hotel Cafe Royal.
CCTV released of Luton mall knife attack
Three teenage men involved in a bloody knife fight in a busy shopping centre are jailed.
Dwarf wrestling: Performers speak out after row
Performers taking part in a dwarf wrestling show say they want to do something they enjoy.
Young lawyer launches Law in 60 Seconds
Lawyer Christian Weaver has created a series of online videos to teach people their legal rights.
Bristol girl finds Handguns' guitarist's stolen ring
Four-year-old Bonnie Lewis is on Handguns' guest list "for life" after finding the engagement ring.
Drunk burglar rammed Worcester shop using giraffe
Edward Galbraith, drunk on Lambrini and John Smith's, fell asleep after breaking into the shop.
BBC News spoke to people affected by rail disruption in recent months.
Psychosis, murder and suicide - how Spanish flu ravaged a post-war world.
England's Big Picture: 17 - 23 September
Showcasing the best images sent to us from around England.
As Grace Jones, the oldest living person in the UK, turns 112, BBC News looks at her life and times.
'Girl in a mask'
Jessi C'Artoon has autism and draws to express her anxiety over moving from primary to secondary school.
Slough received its Royal Charter 80 years ago - but what has the Berkshire town given to the world?
English clubs were the biggest global spenders during the summer transfer window, says Fifa.
Anthony Joshua v Alexander Povetkin: Heavyweight champion says he feels 'tonnes of pressure'
Anthony Joshua believes a shot at his world titles "means everything" to Alexander Povetkin ahead of Saturday's fight.
England rugby: Danny Cipriani form not good enough to merit England spot says Eddie Jones
England head coach Eddie Jones says Danny Cipriani's recent form has not been as good as that of George Ford and Owen Farrell.
Willian's strike helps Chelsea beat PAOK
Willian's early goal proves enough to beat PAOK Salonika in the Europa League and maintain Chelsea's winning start to the season.
Pan Pacific Open: Johanna Konta knocked out by Donna Vekic
British number one Johanna Konta loses in straight sets to Croatia's Donna Vekic in the Pan Pacific Open last-16.