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Zoo tiger death: Victim named as Rosa King

A friend says Rosa King, who died at Hamerton Park on Monday, was the "shining light" of the zoo.

Manchester attack: Victoria station reopens

An entrance for the Manchester Arena is within Victoria station, which was sealed by police after the blast.

BA resumes operating all flights

But the airline warns it "may take some time" to reunite travellers with their bags.

Manchester attacks: Police issue new bomber photo

Officers want to hear from anyone who might have seen Salman Abedi carrying the blue suitcase.

Bradley Lowery: Ladbible sorry for false death report

The family of the six-year-old Sunderland mascot accepts apology from website over death report.

Huddersfield Town promoted on penalties

Huddersfield Town win promotion to the Premier League with a penalty shootout win over Reading in the Championship play-off final.

Former Blue Peter presenter John Noakes dies at 83

The TV show's longest-serving presenter was a favourite with viewers in the 1960s and 70s.

Harlow murder inquiry: Three arrested after man found in Volvo

A murder investigation is launched into the death of a man who was found with head injuries in a car.

Sainsbury's fire: Boy, 15, charged after Blackheath blaze

Police charge teenager with maliciously causing an explosive substance to endanger life.

Sailor seriously injured in Brixham Heritage Regatta crash

A crew member sustained a serious leg injury after two vessels collided at a regatta in Devon

BA boss 'won't resign' over flight chaos

Chief executive Alex Cruz says flight disruption at Heathrow and Gatwick had nothing to do with cost cutting.

Cambridge American Cemetery photo appeal for US war dead

The UK's only permanent US World War Two military burial ground is "full of young life".

Ulverston Conquistador statue find baffles expert

The 19th Century statues are expected to raise up to £5,000 at auction.

Tories accused of 'sleight of hand' on manifesto grammar schools data

An academic questions methods used to calculate working class pupil numbers at grammar schools.

The Beatles' Sgt Pepper comes home

The Beatles' landmark album Sgt Pepper is taken back to its roots for Liverpool celebrations.

The rise of the female fitness model

Why are more women taking up fitness modelling?

Vigil marks one week since Manchester attack

Hundreds of people gathered in St Ann’s Square to mark one week since the Manchester Arena attack.

Lightning strikes Stratford tower block twice

The Stratford tower was struck soon after 02:00 BST as wild weather hit London overnight.

#PMfortheday: Teens on elections, mental health and fitness

We asked teenagers what they would do if they were in charge of the country.

Manchester attack: Blindfolded Muslim man offers hugs

A blindfolded Muslim man has offered hugs to passers-by in Manchester city centre in a social experiment.

'Inspirational' marathon runners reunited in Manchester

Two amateur runners who provided the defining image of this year's London Marathon meet for the first time to take part in the Great Manchester Run.

Group left stranded in Dublin after BA IT failure

Mark Birt has been left waiting at Dublin airport and says there is no-one there from British Airways to help.

Cheese-rolling veteran equals all-time record

Chris Anderson won all three men's races which means has taken home 20 double Gloucester cheeses in 13 years.

Eddie 'The Beast' Hall crowned World's Strongest Man

Eddie "The Beast" Hall says he will now retire from World Strongest Man competitions.

In pictures: John Noakes

John Noakes, TV show Blue Peter's longest-serving presenter, has died at the age of 83.

Rita, Sue and Bob Too

It is 30 years since the low-budget comedy Rita, Sue and Bob Too was released, angering many people in Bradford. How is the film seen today?

Labour for life

Could a strong Brexit vote and disenchantment spell the party's end in the Nottinghamshire town?

England's Big Picture: 29 May - 4 June

Showcasing the best images sent to us from around England.

'Running for Manchester'

Armed police were everywhere, but runners put their nerves aside in yet another example of Mancunian defiance.


It started as a free festival but Castlemorton Common became the UK's biggest ever illegal rave.

Pub-lic service

Can the men and women behind the beer pumps shed any light on how punters feel in Derby North?

Manchester attack: Who were the victims?

Schoolgirls, parents waiting to pick up children, and an off-duty police officer are among the dead.

England v South Africa: Batting collapse costs hosts in Lord's defeat

A dramatic batting collapse costs England against South Africa as the hosts lose the final one-day international by seven wickets at Lord's.

Huddersfield players 'have gone from heroes to legends'

Head coach David Wagner says he is "in a fairy tale" after seeing Huddersfield Town clinch promotion to the Premier League.

Eden scores fourth hat-trick for Tigers

Greg Eden keeps up his phenomenal scoring record for leaders Castleford with a fourth hat-trick in a row to beat Leigh.

Ederson Moraes: Manchester City close to signing Brazilian goalkeeper from Benfica

Manchester City are close to signing Brazilian goalkeeper Ederson Moraes from Portuguese champions Benfica.

Manchester attack: CCTV shows bomber before arena blast

Images released by police show Salman Abedi wearing a backpack last Monday.

Manchester attack: Muslim community holds 'peace walk'

Hundreds attended the march through Manchester in solidarity with the families of the terror attack's victims.

Manchester attack: CCTV appears to show bomber shopping hours before explosion

Footage emerges appearing to show Salman Abedi in a Manchester shop a day before the bombing.

Manchester Attack: Family's tribute to 'just lovely' Nell

Nell Jones' family says she was their "world" and "always put everyone else before herself".

Radio 1's Big Weekend: Martyn would have been down the front at Katy Perry

A friend of Manchester attack victim Martyn Hett says Radio 1's Big Weekend is helping him celebrate his life.

Manchester attacks: Election campaigning 'too soon' for some

As election campaigning resumes after a three-day pause, is Manchester ready to move on and talk politics?

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