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Former Ireland and Lions captain Paul O'Connell is forced to retire from rugby with immediate effect on medical advice.
Talks in the junior doctor dispute over recent weeks have seen a fair amount of progress. So how close did they get to a deal?
Charity Age UK and energy provider E.On suspend a branded tariff following criticism that customers are paying more than on E.On's cheapest deal.
American Pie singer Don McLean pleads not guilty to a domestic violence charge and will not appear in court later this month.
As a dyslexic woman wins a disability discrimination case, what sort of steps can an employer take to make life easier for staff with dyslexia?
Charlton investigate after a fake document showing the resignation of CEO Katrien Meire was sent to Companies House.
Plans to give firm legal backing to computer hacking by Britain's spies do not do enough to protect privacy, a watchdog has warned.
Norman Hudis, best known for writing the first six Carry On films, dies in California at the age of 93.
Fly-half Dan Biggar's ankle injury is "not long-term" and he is making excellent progress on his fitness, say Wales.
Football Focus presenter Dan Walker will replace Bill Turnbull on BBC One's daily morning news programme.
Will the upsurge in mixed-race donors help save others?
More than three-quarters of 10 to 12 year olds in the UK have social media accounts, even though they are below the age limit, a survey for CBBC Newsround suggests.
Has the weather in the UK really been rougher this winter?
Former Liverpool boss Roy Evans says the club must stop taking fans for granted as the row over ticket prices continues.
India has become a hub for start-ups in recent years. Most investment has been focused on cities, but as a majority of Indians live in rural areas, what difference would teaching entrepreneurial skills to village students make?
The chief executive of Google, Sundar Pichai, has been awarded $199m (£138m) in shares, a regulatory filing reveals.
Facebook has been given three months to stop tracking non-members of its social network without their consent in France.
Former BBC Two controller David Attenborough once turned down a young Terry Wogan for a job, because the BBC already had an Irish presenter.
The UK's goods trade gap with the rest of the world widened by £1.9bn to a record high of £125bn in 2015, official figures show.
A woman with dyslexia wins a discrimination case against her employer Starbucks after she was disciplined for falsifying documents.