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After Minreet Kaur's first marriage ended, she started seeking another husband - 10 years later she still is.
Margaret has spent half her life in the tower block, with the site now due to be demolished.
Children in Bradford are learning how to support each other with mental health.
The not so-colossal collie has shed 10kg since his headline-grabbing peak weight of almost 50kg.
Young people around the world on their fears about the effects of pollution and climate change.
Rouaa used to dream about returning home - but the "shelling and war" has changed her mind.
Chris Frost was killed by a single punch thrown by his friend outside a Cambridge pub last year.
Frustration with energy suppliers' customer service leads to changes, as ratings expose the worst performers.
Over 1,000 tonnes of rock and debris fell on East Beach in Dorset, although no-one was injured.
MPs have voted to ask the EU for a delay to Brexit, it means the UK may not now leave on 29 March.
The UK may not now leave the EU on 29 March, if EU member states agree to grant a delay.
David Steel told a child abuse inquiry on Wednesday that he had "assumed" former MP Cyril Smith was an abuser, but took no action.
The sole prosecution is seen as a "terrible disappointment" by some of the families of the 13 people killed.
The committee received a letter that said "reports of a paedophilia nature" could emerge about Savile.
The coin, which the private kept in his breast pocket, deflected an enemy bullet in World War One.
The prosecution said the officers' motivation was "laziness, self-preservation and a cynical disdain".
Ellie Yarrow-Sanders had been on the run with her son Olly Sheridan since July.
Former Manchester United and England midfielder Paul Scholes leaves his role as Oldham boss after 31 days in charge.
Two men and a teenage boy are convicted of murdering Tavis Spencer-Aitkens who was stabbed 15 times.
Researchers are blending mobile phones to find out what rare and precious metals are in them.