Nissan says it will build two new models at its Sunderland plant after government "support and assurances".
The UK economy grew by a better-than-expected 0.5% in the three months following the Brexit vote.
Social network Twitter announces it will close its video sharing service Vine.
The site where Europe's Mars lander crashed this month is revealed in new images.
Republican Donald Trump is criticised by the family of a dead US soldier after saying as president he would have kept him alive.
Belgium's regions back the deadlocked EU-Canada trade deal after agreeing on additional clauses.
A woman was reported to police and charged in connection with using abortion pills after she sought medical help, BBC NI learns.
A Wada report on the anti-doping methods employed at Rio 2016 highlights "serious failings" at this summer's Olympic Games.
The final of The Great British Bake Off, won by Candice Brown, gave the show its highest audience ever.
UK's first national sperm bank stops recruiting donors after less than two years after its launch.
A chef accused of murdering four men by giving them fatal doses of GHB tells a jury that the drug gave him a "hyper high" during sex.
The government is dropping a bill to convert all schools to academies, announced in the Queen's speech.
A peer has her Lib Dem membership suspended for chairing a meeting which was criticised as "shameful" by the Israeli embassy.
Great British Bake Off winner Candice Brown said she will still watch the programme when it moves to Channel 4.
Simon Jones shows what is left inside the "Jungle" camp in Calais following the demolition of tents and shelters by French authorities.
Thirty-six years after being rescued from the sea as a refugee from Vietnam, Yen Siow tried to find the ship's crew who saved her life.
Remarkable footage of morning mist rolling over cliffs on the Jurassic Coast has been captured by a Dorset photographer.
New York's Museum of Modern Art has acquired the original set of emojis.
Nissan workers have given their reaction after the car manufacturer announced it would build the new Qashqai and the X-Trail SUV at its Sunderland plant.
An artwork commemorating the life and work of Pink Floyd founding member Syd Barrett has been unveiled.
A football fan has said he and his eight-year-old daughter were pelted with coins as violence broke out when West Ham played Chelsea in the EFL Cup.
Two strong earthquakes have hit central Italy, damaging buildings and sending scared residents into the streets.
As the battle against so-called Islamic State continues, Ian Pannell looks at the hidden dangers that face Iraqi government forces as they close in on Mosul.
Britain's most-watched news channel, delivering breaking news and analysis all day, every day.
A grass verge outside 10 houses is deemed "too dangerous" for postmen to deliver mail.
MPs pay tribute to Dad's Army creator Jimmy Perry, using his show's famous catchphrases in the Commons.
Thirty years ago in a single day Big Bang deregulated the City of London, creating a financial sector many believe can withstand anything Brexit can throw at it.
Kosovan Albanians' adulation for Bill and Hillary Clinton persists years after Nato's military intervention, finds the BBC's Guy Delauney - but is it justified?
With 12 days to go, Donald Trump touts his new Washington DC hotel, Hillary Clinton celebrates her 69th birthday with Adele and talks Death Row chic.
Does the falling value of the pound mean that the UK economy has fallen behind France?
BBC media correspondent David Sillito says a single signature could transform press regulation for newspapers in the UK.
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week, we asked for your pictures on the theme of "Shadows".
After nearly three years of war, South Sudanese artists want to get the country thinking and talking about peace, and have landed on a novel way to do it.
Casgliad o luniau'r hydref yn Eryri // Images of Snowdonia in all its autumn glory
Photographer Ed Gold explores the woodland community at Tinkers Bubble in Somerset.
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week, we asked for your pictures on the theme of "bricks".
West Ham should be forced to play behind closed doors if the violence of Wednesday's derby with Chelsea is repeated, an MP has said.
Nico Rosberg says the atmosphere between him and Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton is "intense" as the title battle comes to a climax.
Former Ireland and Lions captain Paul O'Connell receives a standing ovation after a brilliant answer on Question of Sport.
Britain's Andy Murray wins a gruelling encounter against France's Gilles Simon to reach the quarter-finals in Vienna.
Heathrow's third runway could involve planes taking off from a "ramp" over a motorway. How would this work, asks Harry Low.
Five doctors tell the BBC how low morale affects them, and their patients, after the General Medical Council warned of a "state of unease" within the profession.
Arab men are being targeted by blackmailers who trick them into them masturbating on webcams - then make them pay for it.
As a Poppy Appeal campaign launches in London, what do veterans and the public think of its message?
Life in a monastery involves devotion to contemplation and prayer, but some religious orders also pledge themselves to producing alcoholic drinks and even products extracted from marijuana.
Donald Trump has spoken Hindi to woo Indian-Americans, but what do Indians in Delhi think of his efforts?
As Cambridge celebrates the life and work of one its most famous musical sons, BBC News looks at the legacy Syd Barrett left in the city and beyond.
Somali-Americans are tired of seeing themselves portrayed as terrorists. A new film tries to challenge stereotypes.
Misleading "live" video from the International Space Station stuns the internet.
Thousands civilians have been displaced in the ongoing fighting in South Sudan with some seeking refuge in protection sites across the country. The plight of an 11-year-old boy captures the suffering of many in the country, writes Anne Soy.
Alliance's Naomi Long once thought politics was all about men in grey suits, and is out to prove otherwise.