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The ex-England footballer is accused of "forcefully and sloppily" kissing a woman on a train.
Chloe McGurk, 19, from Glengormley, is recuperating after being injured in Friday's attack.
Sean Wisbey is jailed for killing one dog and hurting another so badly it had to be put down.
Fresh evidence that Google's video clip service is promoting harmful and hate-filled content.
Season 11 or Chapter 2 is now live with a new map and updated gameplay.
Ann Marie Pomphret was struck 30 times by her husband at the stables they owned in Warrington.
Peter Fankhauser says he was not solely at fault for the firm's collapse but will reconsider the reward.
Thomas Haining, 19, inflicted "catastrophic and unsurvivable" injuries on his newborn daughter.
How violent gangs put vulnerable young women and girls at "the forefront" of their business.
Environmentalists welcome parts of the new law, but others say the government is going backwards.
Home educating is often a last resort for parents whose children have had problems at school, Ofsted says.
Young people are often trapped by a lack of knowledge about job options, a report says.
The former BBC Breakfast host says the UK needs to have a "proper conversation" about cannabis laws.
Plans have been announced to make sure restaurants hand over "all tips" to waiting staff.
Almost 40% of sellers targeted by councils sold vaping goods to under-age teenagers in 2018-19.
The government in England must find a solution for social care to ease pressure, the regulator says.
When Bronwyn Berg found herself being manhandled once again, she decided to add spikes to her wheelchair to prevent a repeat.
A cheap, common drug could save hundreds of thousands of lives a year if used routinely, doctors say.
The star lifts the curtain on his life and career, and reveals what he'll do after his farewell tour.
The young couple are being held in an immigration centre with their three-month-old baby.