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Premier League interim chief executive Richard Masters has been given the job on a permanent basis.
A 63-year-old man is arrested and one person has life-threatening injuries.
Researchers say the rock star did not introduce the non-native species in Carnaby Street in the 60s.
Anastrozole is available already, but doctors say substantially more women should be taking it.
Paris 2024 Olympic organisers reveal plans for the surfing competition to take place in Tahiti - 9,760 miles from the French capital.
Ferrari CEO Louis Carey Camilleri admits the team has held talks with Lewis Hamilton about joining them in the future.
Tears as carol singers bring Christmas cheer to the door of the 78-year-old.
The former Today programme host will go from discussing Brexit to introducing Britten and Brahms.
Former Beatle Sir Paul says he has no plans to release his demo of traditional carol instrumentals.
The money had been in police stores waiting for the "rightful owner" but they did not come forward.
A year five class in Wolverhampton has a teacher whose name will be very familiar to fans of the sci-fi movies!
"The day she adopted me was the day I won the lottery," says the broadcaster, after his mother dies.
As the most successful artists of the decade are named, we look back at their last 10 years.
Dogs take centre stage on the day voters cast their ballot in the UK general election.
Natalie Sciver hits an unbeaten century as England beat Pakistan by 127 runs in the second one-day international in Kuala Lumpur.
The BBC is not allowed to report details of campaigning while the polls are open.
The reported deal comes ahead of the film mogul's separate rape and sexual assault trial next month.
The International team takes a 4-1 lead over the United States after the opening-day fourballs in the Presidents Cup at Royal Melbourne.
He is "rubbish" with foreign languages and is yet to learn the Swiss national anthem, but this weekend GB's Joel Fearon will make his debut for their national bobsleigh team.
The BBC's Shaimaa Khalil flies close to White Island, while it continues to spew toxic gas.