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The NASUWT teachers' union warns of industrial action in run up to general election
Families of passengers on a sunken South Korean ferry protest angrily over the rescue operation, scuffling with police on Jindo island.
Comedian Miranda Hart is in "early talks" with the BBC about a revival of game show The Generation Game.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attend an Easter Sunday church service in Sydney and take Prince George to the zoo as part of their overseas tour.
Four French journalists who spent 10 months in captivity in Syria were chained to each other and kept in basements without light, one recounts.
The government is urged to end restrictions that prevent many garden centres in England and Wales from opening on Easter Sunday.
Lewis Hamilton takes a dominant victory in the Chinese GP to win three consecutive races for the first time in his career.
A United States-based entertainment law company opens offices in Londonderry.
The UK's largest operator of food banks, the Trussell Trust, revealed this week that it handed out nearly a million food parcels in the past year, but in rural Scotland there is reluctance amongst some people to seek help with poverty.
Government agencies Scottish Enterprise and Visit Scotland have quit business lobby organisation CBI after it formally backed the campaign against Scottish independence.
Bernard Hopkins becomes the oldest boxer to unify a weight division with a split-decision victory in Washington.
A 40-year-old man is arrested in connection with the death of a woman following a disturbance in a flat in East Ayrshire.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge continued their royal tour of Australia with a tour of Taronga Zoo accompanied by their son Prince George.
A newspaper investigation prompting a Whitehall resignation, Labour's election plans and the latest in the alleged plot to "Islamise" schools all feature on Sunday's front pages.
More bodies have been recovered in the search for missing passengers from a South Korean ferry which capsized and sank with hundreds of people on board.
Islamic extremism is the "most deadly" threat to charities in England and Wales, says William Shawcross, chairman of the Charity Commission.
A mother tells of her family's lucky escape after their car caught fire in the lion enclosure at Longleat Safari Park.
Residents of a poor community near Rio de Janeiro torch vehicles in protest at the deaths of two young men in incidents involving the police.
A mod and a rocker look back on the Clacton clashes 50 years ago
Preserving the identities of England's counties