Prince Andrew has spoken publicly for the first time about his relationship with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, saying he "let the side down" as a member of the Royal Family.
Twenty-five fire crews are tackling a large fire at student accommodation in Bolton, Greater Manchester.
Donald Trump will attend a reception hosted by the Queen during his visit to the UK for a NATO summit from 2-4 December.
Extinction Rebellion (XR) activists have been called all sorts of things.
Over £18,000 has been raised by Newark residents on a sailing challenge in aid of YMCA Newark and Sherwood, to fund its new Community and Activity Village.
Wellies may be required!
Travel disruption and upset to homeowners following flooding across the County
LNER report there are ongoing delays
Busy day at the court
250 not out for Philippa
Five teams competing, not to mention the juniors
All in a Striders week
Myles Garrett has been suspended indefinitely without pay and will not feature in the NFL again this season after he struck Pittsburgh Steelers' Mason Rudolph over the head with the quarterback's own helmet.
Peter Wright booked a Grand Slam semi-final against Glen Durrant with a change of darts and comeback that ended Dave Chisnall's major ambitions.
Virgil van Dijk has defended Liverpool team-mate Joe Gomez after his row with Raheem Sterling and has called for people to "leave him alone".
Gareth Bale admits he gets "more excitement" playing for Wales than he does representing Real Madrid.
Last of the Summer Wine actress Jean Fergusson has died aged 74.
Taylor Swift has claimed that the man who controversially bought her back catalogue is blocking her from performing her old songs on TV, casting doubt over an upcoming set at the American Music Awards (AMAs) and a Netflix documentary about her life.
Disney's new streaming service has added a disclaimer to classic films from its back catalogue, including Dumbo and Peter Pan because they depict racist stereotypes.
Police have foiled an attempt to steal two Rembrandt paintings from a south London art gallery.