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It is claimed the officer in charge of warship HMS Queen Elizabeth misused an MoD car.
The 2019 Netball World Cup can boost the game on and off the court, and build on England's 2018 Commonwealth Games success.
Make-up artist Doaa Shayea, who uses a wheelchair, wants to raise awareness of the abuse she gets.
As Rocketman is released in UK cinemas we give a brief history of Sir Elton on the big screen.
The skaters of Middlesbrough Roller Derby team want to encourage more women to get involved in sport.
What is behind a rise in cash machine raids and what can be done to stop them?
The co-host of You, Me and the Big C podcast on her stage 4 bowel cancer.
Undercover BBC filming shows staff swearing, mocking and taunting patients with learning disabilities.
The resignation of Commons Leader Andrea Leadsom is the main story on Thursday's front pages.
Senior minister Andrea Leadsom says she no longer believes the government's approach will deliver Brexit.
Floral tributes and handmade hearts also mark the second anniversary of the Manchester Arena bombing.
The pensions regulator has doubts about Sir Philip Green's proposed rescue plan to mend the business.
In a non-binding vote, the General Assembly demands the UK give the islands back to Mauritius.
John Letts and Sally Lane deny funding terrorism after their son Jack Letts travelled to Syria.
A 28-year-old man is arrested after a gun was fired near the Seven Kings Masjid in east London.
The Queen visited a replica of the first Sainsbury's shop to mark the chain's 150th anniversary.
The first chicks to hatch at the Tower in decades are set for life with a landlord guardian.
Ann Moore-Martin could not believe she fell for Benjamin Field's declaration of love, a court hears.
Kenneth Noye was jailed for life for the murder of Stephen Cameron on a slip road of the M25 in Kent.
Eight years after a similar scandal, the BBC went undercover to investigate complaints of patients being bullied and mistreated.