A Chinese tourist has died in France after contracting coronavirus in what is believed to be the first fatality outside of Asia.
The 13 royal pythons were dumped behind Farringdon Fire Station in Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, inside pillowcases.
The UK is facing flooding and high winds for the second weekend in a row, as Storm Dennis is set to be even worse than Storm Ciara.
Frank the daschund hopped on the 76 bus near his home in Colchester, Essex, and went all the way to the seaside town of Clacton by himself.
Asked about his plans for the future after losing his job as Northern Ireland secretary, Julian Smith said his future plans are "things like going to the pub".
Missing Leah Croucher's parents Claire and John described how their family had been 'destroyed' by their daughter's disappearance in Milton Keynes a year ago.
The Financial Times reported that one of the people being treated for coronavirus had attended the UK Bus Summit at the QEII Centre in Westminster, central London, on February 6.
Tony Camoccio, 51, was allegedly arrested at Hurghada International Airport after patting a security guard on the back.
The nickname of 'CHINO' - Chancellor in name only - was reportedly the trigger for Sajid Javid's departure from the government.
Stephanie Simpson, 32, went missing after going for a hike on Saturday at Mount Aspiring national park on New Zealand's South Island.
David and Sally Abel said they would stay on board the quarantined Diamond Princess cruise ship, even if they test negative for coronavirus.
TJ Gregory and Sarah Henniker left the two pugs Millie and Tito inside a tent for eight hours when temperatures had risen to 34C.
Labour chiefs had urged the PM to come clean about who funded his £15,000 holiday after David Ross said it wasn't him.
The Met Office has issued a series of severe weather warnings, including an amber warning for strong winds, which warns of 'danger to life' on Sunday.
Lucy Mitchell bought the four-bedroomed house in Badbury Park, Swindon, Wiltshire, from developers Redrow but has spent thousands more fixing issues it was plagued with.
The Maldives chief of police apologised after video footage emerged of the bikini-clad tourist being detained by at least three police officers on Maafushi.
This Morning presenter Holly Willoughby posted her own message voicing her support for co-presenter Phillip Schofield following his announcement that he is gay.
Afzal Miah, 33, was jailed for six years at Snaresbrook Crown Court after being convicted of seven counts of stalking, and one count of breaching a criminal behaviour order (CBO) and a restraining order.
The British passenger is among 41 people on board the quarantined Diamond Princess has tested positive for coronavirus.
A Buckingham Palace spokesperson said the Duke of York had asked that his military promotion to Admiral, set for his 60th birthday, be deferred until he returns to public duty.
In a recording obtained by BBC News and the Daily Mail, Jonty Bravery describes how he would like to kill someone by pushing them from a tall London landmark.
Figures released as part of the Office for National Statistics' analysis of personal and economic well-being showed that about 10.6 million people reported high anxiety.
Radio 4's Today programme reached 7.2 million weekly listeners in the four quarter of 2019, despite being boycotted by Boris Johnson.
The remains were found on a new development of retirement flats on former farmland in Buckingham.
Derek Mackay, Scotland's finance secretary, has been suspended from both the SNP and the party's parliamentary group at Holyrood.