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More than 8,000 seats are up for grabs in polls across England - but what impact will Brexit have?
The debt Scotland's art collection owes to a rare breed battling to find a "safe and sustainable future".
Natascha Engel says the government's approach to fracking has created a de facto ban on it.
"Surging" support for Scottish independence could force the UK government to allow a referendum, Nicola Sturgeon is to say.
The local church should see a boost in bookings for weddings and funerals, a councillor claims.
With Flybe closing its base, Cardiff Airport bosses are urged to build up its business zone.
Bubbly, breastfeeding and baby names - how American moms-to-be compare with British mums-to-be.
The marathon has raised £1bn since the event started in 1981 according to race sponsors Virgin Money.
Theatre audiences are usually asked to observe a certain level of etiquette – certainly no loud crying or burping.
From the age of seven, obesity and emotional problems are closely linked, a UK study suggests.