Cornwall Council is making more than £300,000 a year because its parking machines do not give change, it emerges.
A century ago a painting in the National Gallery was slashed by a suffragette who objected to the way men stood around gawping at it.
Uli Hoeness, president of European football champions Bayern Munich, goes on trial accused of evading more than 3.5m euros (£2.9m) in tax.
The owner of a dog that attacked a woman in Lincoln and left her with "devastating injuries" is arrested.
Thousands of households affected by noise from a possible second runway at Gatwick would be given £1,000 a year in compensation if it is built, the airport's boss says.
300: Rise of an Empire, the sequel to 2006 hit 300, slayed the competition at cinemas this weekend, earning $45.1m (£27m) in the US and Canada and an additional $87.8m (£52.6m) worldwide.
The result of the independence referendum will not make a difference to the future of the Grangemouth oil refinery, according to its boss.
Energy bills are to come with compulsory Quick Response, or QR, codes to help people switch supplier more easily, the government says.
Former Labour prime minister Gordon Brown will unveil his ideas for a new division of powers between Holyrood and Westminster in a speech later.
A man is arrested and charged for allegedly attempting to smuggle drugs into a prison using a drone, Australian police say.
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Electoral authorities in El Salvador say with the preliminary count finished in the presidential election the poll remains too close to call.
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The fate of missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 remains "a mystery", says Malaysia's civil aviation chief, with hijacking not ruled out.
A robotic companion is helping children with autism learn and develop communication skills.
A man is shot with a stun gun and beaten with the butt of a gun during a burglary in north Belfast on Sunday night.
Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini says exiting the FA Cup will not affect their chances of winning more trophies.
British number three James Ward is beaten 3-6 6-2 6-4 by Feliciano Lopez at the BNP Paribas Open in California.
Cuts to council leisure services will have a "depressing, alarming and disastrous" impact on attempts to tackle obesity, a leading doctor says.
Bang Goes The Theory returns on Monday, with a look behind the scenes at one of the most secret locations in the UK, the control room of the National Grid.