1. Bournemouth beach death swimmers not hit by boat or jet ski

    Police in Bournemouth release more details about the "devastating" deaths of a boy and girl.
  2. Geraint Davies: Labour MP suspended over behaviour claims

    Geraint Davies says he does not recognise allegations in Politico that he subjected colleagues to unwanted sexual attention.
  3. House prices fall at fastest pace in nearly 14 years, says Nationwide

    Nationwide says prices in the year to May fell 3.4% and higher mortgage rates could last longer.
  4. Ben Roberts-Smith: Top Australian soldier loses war crimes defamation case

    Ben Roberts-Smith had sued newspapers over allegations he killed unarmed prisoners in Afghanistan.
  5. Madeleine McCann: German police say objects analysed after Portugal search

    Officials say it is not clear if items found at a reservoir in Portugal are linked to the missing Briton.
  6. Deadline looms in row over WhatsApp release to Covid inquiry

    The government is in a stand-off with the Covid inquiry over Boris Johnson's texts to officials and ministers.
  7. Kosovo: Nato ready to send more troops after unrest

    Pristina and Belgrade trade blame after ethnic Albanian mayors were elected in ethnic Serb areas.
  8. Boys died of head injuries after Ely bike crash, inquest told

    Kyrees Sullivan and Harvey Evans were found by a member of the public, an inquest opening hears.
  9. Alex Belfield: Stalker ex-BBC DJ banned from contacting couple

    Alex Belfield, jailed in 2022, is barred from contacting a man he had sent a tweet to and his wife.
  10. Kew Gardens: Endangered orchid species flowers in UK first

    It was flown to the UK from Chicago two weeks ago, with the bud displayed at Chelsea Flower Show.
  11. Home Bargains pays man £25k over disability discrimination claim

    A Home Bargains employee who has cerebral palsy had his duties changed in the Armagh shop.
  12. Cattrall to appear - in one scene only - in Sex and the City revival

    Samantha Jones was noticeably absent from the first series of the hit drama's spin-off show.
  13. 'Living with bigger boobs made me want to hide'

    As the number of breast reductions rises, women open up on their experience of having bigger breasts.
  14. Taylor Swift fans report 'amnesia' following Eras show

    Psychologists say emotions and time may be behind the perfectly normal phenomenon.
  15. Moment climber found in rare Everest ‘death zone’ rescue

    A Nepali sherpa guide carried the man on his back for six hours during the "very rare" high-altitude rescue.
  16. The man turning potholes into works of art

    Tim Webb has found a unique way to get the council's attention when it comes to potholes - filling them with rubber ducks.
  17. FA Cup: The girl in the Gang - being Wimbledon's physio at 1988 final

    Caroline Brouwer spent more than a decade at the heart of one of the most celebrated and notorious dressing rooms in English football, after unknowingly signing up to Wimbledon's 'Crazy Gang'.
  18. How social media firms can erase evidence of war crimes

    Footage of potential human rights abuses may be lost after platforms delete it, the BBC has found.
  19. Richard Kelly: Music photographer tells of life snapping stars

    From Amy Winehouse to Arctic Monkeys, Richard Kelly's camera has captured the most colourful careers.
  20. Every individual Canadian cigarette to carry health warning

    Canada will be the first country to have warning labels on the tipping paper of individual cigarettes.
  21. Metal Gear Solid 3 remake: Voice actors not invited back

    Cast members from the PlayStation 2 original confirm they won't be re-recording their parts.
  22. Daniel Knott: Mum's heartbreak at online video of son's body

    Daniel Knott's mother says her grief has been amplified by a video of his body being shared online.
  23. Aras Amiri highlights jailed Iran environmentalists' plight

    A former prisoner held for years in the same jail as the group tells the BBC of their plight.
  24. Jane McDonald replaces Schofield as British Soap Awards host

    Singer and presenter Jane McDonald replaces Phillip Schofield as host and is best known as a singer and presenter.
  25. The untold tale of America's first spelling bee victor

    Marie Bolden, a black teenager, won the first US spelling bee in 1908. Her win was eclipsed by racism.
  26. London still works for stock market listings, says We Soda boss

    We Soda could be valued at £6bn when it floats in the UK, in a boost for the London stock market.
  27. MasterChef finalist Terri: Why I made Nan's dippy eggs and soldiers

    A finalist on the TV cookery show says her County Down childhood influenced her MasterChef dishes.
  28. Swimmers brave dangerous tides to collect rock from Uri Geller island

    Celebrity magician Uri Geller praised the group for taking on the dangerous expedition in the Firth of Forth.
  29. Emmerdale: Woman's joy at TV soap appearance for bucket list blanket

    Julie Cass, from Essex, sees a bucket list dream realised as her crocheted throw appears on soap set.
  30. England v Ireland: Stuart Broad removes James McCollum for 36 to claim fourth wicket

    Watch as England's Stuart Broad removes Ireland opener James McCollum for 36 to claim his fourth wicket on day one of the Test at Lord's.
  31. FA Cup final predictions Chris Sutton v Noel Gallagher and Tom Grennan

    BBC Sport football expert Chris Sutton takes on Manchester City fan Noel Gallagher and Manchester United supporter Tom Grennan for Saturday's all-Manchester FA Cup final.
  32. Emma Raducanu: Former US Open Champion splits with fifth coach in less than two years

    Former US Open champion Emma Raducanu splits with coach Sebastian Sachs, her fifth coach in less than two years.
  33. Spanish Grand Prix: Max Verstappen thinks Red Bull could win every race this season

    Max Verstappen says it "looks like" Red Bull could win every race this season but insists that it is "very unlikely to happen".
  34. Ange Postecoglou: Celtic boss says Spurs' interest 'doesn't register'

    Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou says reported interest from Tottenham "doesn't register" with him as he prepares for the Scottish Cup final.
  35. When will we start seeing energy bill deals again?

    With bills set to drop from July, fixed deals could be due to make a comeback, say experts.
  36. Mortgage deals: Five new products aiming to beat interest rates rise

    As interest rates rise, some lenders are offering no-deposit mortgages and removing the "stress test".
  37. Mortgage calculator: how much will my mortgage go up?

    Use our calculator to find out how much mortgage payments could go up for your household.
  38. Five ways to save money on your packed lunch

    As the cost of food continues to rise, we hear some top tips on making savings at lunchtime.
  39. Energy price cap: What is it and will bills continue to go down?

    The cap which sets typical household energy bills is expected to drop sharply from July.
  40. Energy bills: What can I do if I can't afford to pay?

    If you're struggling to afford your gas and electricity bills, what options are available?
  41. Tips on how to save energy at home and help the planet

    What can homeowners do to reduce their energy consumption?
  42. Cost of living: How can I save money on my food shop?

    The cost-of-living crisis continues to bite. Here are some things that can reduce the impact.