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Police believe the stabbing victim might have been killed in a targeted attack.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is the main speaker at the event.
The justice secretary wants to scrap rules obliging some offenders to reveal prison time to employers.
England's men are aiming to win the World Cup for the first time when they face New Zealand at Lord's on Sunday.
NI's new police chief says his force will take on the UVF "using all the powers at our disposal".
The fire was started accidentally and the source of ignition was heating lamps, according to the fire service.
The village of Pulham made history when it welcomed an airship's heroic crew.
Police say the incident in Old Rutherglen Road in Glasgow followed a disturbance at a pub.
Loads of people pay for a followers boost, but it could be damaging for anyone who uses Instagram.
Greg and Jenny Webster are travelling from Australia to volunteer at Royal Portrush.
The advice is expected to form part of a series of proposals aimed at improving public health.
The cricket correspondent will tell passengers to "hold on to their hats" at St John's Wood station.
The R&B star gives a transcendent performance at her only UK show this year.
The Tornado is the first mainline steam engine to be built in the UK since the 1960s.
The woman who gave her kidney to somebody she never met - and the man who gave his to a Twitter friend.
Some schools do not allow children to bring in sun cream and teachers are told not to apply it.
Based on the real-life murder of Breck Bednar, the play aims to teach teenagers about online grooming.
All students are offered free train tickets to a university open day, after fears of excessive cost.
Saturday's front pages feature a wide range of topics including diplomatic rows, mental health and Brexit.
Top climber Di Gilbert scaled Everest twice and was shocked by the number of bodies she saw.