Two councillors resign following a council leader's call to clear rough sleepers from Windsor.
Force commissioner says a precept increase will protect frontline services.
Cardiff-based kayak instructor Adam Vaughan was caught up in flash floods that killed two others.
A concerned mum in a West Berkshire village takes the law into her own hands.
Russell Brand wants a council to donate a building to homeless people as a gift to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Her marriage to Jack Brooksbank will take place at St George's Chapel, Windsor, in the autumn.
British Transport Police say the driver's actions caused more than 10 hours of delays.
The 11th Century artwork tells the story behind one of the most famous battles in English history.
The animal escaped from its enclosure at the Wolf Conservation Trust's site in Beenham.
The Great Western Railway train has been named in honour of Paddington Bear and his creator Michael Bond.
The Queen has only recently learned of the story, thanks to the makers of a BBC documentary.
Jaap Stam is not expecting the club to spend big amounts on players before the end of the January transfer window.
Lasse Vibe scores the only goal as Brentford extend Reading's winless run in the Championship to eight games.
London Irish boost their chances of qualifying for the European Challenge Cup quarter-final as they beat Krasny.
Josh Ginnelly scores on his Tranmere debut as his side hold on for maximum points from a narrow 3-2 National League victory over Maidenhead to keep their promotion push on track.
Odds-on favourite Un De Sceaux becomes the first horse to win three consecutive Clarence House Chases.
Judges will decide whether to uphold a prison term handed to ex-President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva.
German politicians speak out over the reported use of Leopard tanks against the Kurdish YPG militia.
She melded dragons and wizards with spaceships to tackle earth-bound issues of gender and class.
Two car bombs kill at least 27 and injure many more near a mosque in the Libyan city of Benghazi.
Authorities say they have found the man who murdered six-year-old Zainab Ansari and others.
A satirical British comedy about the ex-Soviet leader's succession has been pulled by authorities.
Tariffs of up to 50% on imported goods will mostly hit South Korea and China.
The Constituent Assembly says vote must be held before May, as the weakened opposition regroups.
The US attorney general appears to be the first member of the president's cabinet to be questioned.
Iraq war veteran Tammy Duckworth is expecting her second daughter in April, making Senate history.
Two 15-year-olds, a boy and a girl, were killed in the attack and another 15-year-old is in custody.
Elon Musk's Boring Company has presented its LA transport tunnel plans for Culver City.
Greta Gerwig is only the fifth woman to be nominated for best director in Oscar history.
Scientists have called for special status to protect coral, penguins and other wildlife in Antarctica.
The 66-year-old repeatedly gets past airport security and onto planes without a ticket or passport.
The ovens of the Bab Al-Nasr bakery in Syria are running again after six idle years.
The BBC has obtained shocking footage from the besieged area of Eastern Ghouta outside Damascus.
Motivational speaker Abdi Omar says his cerebral palsy has made him "stronger and wiser".
At the Sundance Film Festival in Utah, a US Supreme Court judge shares her #MeToo experience.
A self-confessed average knitter gets New Zealanders' needles clicking in the name of the pregnant PM.
Migrant workers agree to be paid in bricks after the courts intervened over their unpaid earnings.
New Zealand's Maori came face-to-face with indigenous Australians on a football pitch for the first time.
Companies argue that the import tariff should be the same as that for potatoes.
Seoul government cracks down on unmuzzled dogs as animal laws are tightened.
Rich in history and natural splendour, Afrin has been coveted for centuries, writes Diana Darke.
For years Naomi Parker Fraley lived quietly while another woman was credited as the famous feminist icon.
The UK wants to pay farmers for "public goods" after Brexit. Could the system in non-EU Switzerland be a blueprint?
Through speeches and the media, Stephen Miller influences the president on immigration and other policies.
The BBC's Mohammed Allie is one of millions of people trying to stave off Day Zero, the day the taps in Cape Town will run dry.
Tabarnia doesn't exist, but it wants to stay part of Spain.
Callum escaped violence through an initiative in Scotland that has seen the number of stabbings fall significantly.
The TV presenter thanked fans for their support as he picked up an award at the National Television Awards.
How one mother's frustration turned into an unprecedented legal action.
Young people share their worries, as a survey suggests youth confidence and happiness is declining.
Other calls to East Midlands Ambulance Service included one about a broken toenail.
How a hospital with some of the best NHS waiting times ended up with patients waiting in corridors.
Here's all you need to know about the latest member of the Royal Family to announce their engagement.
Gymnasts take the trend of swimming with mermaid tails to the next level by performing acrobatics.
The footballer says he thinks he'll always be in recovery from the addiction.
Charlotte Rose said selling sex via the internet means she has time to spend with her children.
A woman says she will track down fly-tippers who have dumped rubbish on her dead brother's memorial.
What happens when thousands of people descend on Blackpool for the annual racing pigeon show?
Tim Verity wants more people to talk about male sex abuse after seeing his abuser jailed years later.
The party has been through a number of leadership changes recently.
The Duke of York says he is "absolutely overjoyed" Princess Eugenie will wed Jack Brooksbank.
Bridget was born with severe medical problems after her mother was prescribed an epilepsy drug during pregnancy.
Two men were airlifted to safety after a night without shelter in sub-zero temperatures.
Doctor Philippa Kaye talks us through what's involved during a cervical screening test.
What we learnt when French President Emmanuel Macron talked to the BBC's Andrew Marr.
The deputy head of a Hampshire primary school runs five miles a day to inspire his pupils to exercise more.
Six contemporary artists have designed prints for children. But what do they think of them?
How George Weah went from being the world's best footballer to the president of Liberia.
The sister of a teenager who died after taking fentanyl wants to help others beat addiction.
Alex Holmes suffered severe racial bullying when at school. Now he's been recognised by the Queen for his efforts to wipe out bullying.
Selwa Hussain is the first woman in the UK to leave hospital with an artificial heart.
Schoolchildren bullied Nadia Sparkes for picking up litter from the streets.
Bradley Smith, 20, from St Ives, says people should talk more about mental health.
One of the worst attacks on civilians during the conflict in Northern Ireland.
Pole dancing instructor Kathy Buller said the pursuit was "very athletic".
Rhinos are sleeping on pine scented beds at Woburn Safari Park.
Adolescence now lasts until 24, say some scientists, with people delaying marriage and parenthood.
A survey of thousands of young people across the world reveal what influences their career aspirations.