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Up to 150 jobs could be created at a former cheese-packing plant in Wrexham if plans to turn it into a poultry processing factory get the go ahead.
High Street still important for Lloyds
The writers and stars of a new canine obedience class sitcom explain why they wanted real dog owners and their non-trained pets to appear in the programme.
The so-called "naked rambler" Stephen Gough loses his case at the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg.
MPs take evidence on managing and replacing the Aspire contract.
England coach Steve McNamara names an unchanged side to face Australia in the Four Nations competition on Sunday.
After the pain of missing out on two major medals this year, Britain's rising heptathlon star reveals a new outlook.
Politicians line up to back NHS plan
A gay escort, who said he met a man accused of arranging his wife's murder, is allowed to give evidence in the trial.
Sir Nicholas Winton tells the Today programme's John Humphrys about saving the lives of hundreds of children before the Second World War.
BP's quarterly profits fall 21% to $3bn as the falling value of the rouble and lower oil prices take their toll.
Turkey defends its strategy on Islamic State
Young Muslims in Quebec speak out after killings
Nearly 150 disabled care home residents face being moved over the next few months as the charity Scope closes a number of its properties.
Demonstrations took place across France after a young man protesting against a controversial dam project was killed during clashes with police.
Robbie Williams and his wife Ayda are celebrating the arrival of their second child, a baby boy weighing 8lbs 2oz.
The sister of a British doctor who was unlawfully killed in Syria has said she wants see the Syrian authorities held accountable for his death at the International Criminal Court.
Ex-Home Secretary David Blunkett backs cabinet minister Michael Fallon over his warning that parts of the UK risk being "swamped" by immigrants.
Two genes are associated with repeat violent offenders, according to a genetic analysis of almost 900 criminals in Finland.
Mexican authorities looking for 43 students who disappeared after clashing with police last month investigate another suspected mass grave.