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The remaining staff at a collapsed wave power company are to lose their jobs after no buyer was found for the business.
A man is remanded in custody over the murder of a woman stabbed to death in a north-west London street.
The singer surprises fans by releasing six tracks from her new album early after songs were leaked online.
Police arrest the mother of seven of the eight children found dead in a home in Cairns, Australia.
The most desirable place to live in the UK is named as Hart in Hampshire where residents are found to be the healthiest and live the longest.
Gary Ballance is recalled to England's one-day squad for next month's tri-series in Australia and the World Cup.
Unemployed over-50s will be offered "career reviews" and help using computers as part of plans to get more people in that age group into work.
Police arrest driver on suspicion of causing serious injury by dangerous driving on the A472 between Pontypool and Hafodyrynys.
As polling concludes in Indian-administered Kashmir, the BBC's Shalu Yadav meets war widows on opposite sides of the long-standing conflict.
Jools Holland speaks to BBC Breakfast about his annual New Year's Eve show, Hootenanny.
Mike Bushell joins a group of social runners in the woods.
Sony Pictures says it is looking at alternative ways to release film satire The Interview, cancelled in the wake of a cyber-attack.
A 34-year-old man is being treated in hospital following a road traffic accident in Moira, County Down.
Alastair Cook is "disappointed" to be left out of England's World Cup squad after Eoin Morgan is named new one-day captain.
Detectives investigating the murder of a man who they believe was attacked with an axe renew their appeal on the first anniversary of his death.
Facebook users solve the mystery of a lost memory card in under an hour after an appeal is posted by a police force.
A group of MPs has questioned whether the government can meet its April deadline for introducing identity checks on every person leaving the UK.
BBC reporter Emma Firth spends the night on shift with the North West Ambulance Service.
Police budget cuts could lead to fewer crimes being prevented, a policing expert says.
Labour leader Ed Miliband 'doesn't give a toss' about Wales, says Welsh Secretary Stephen Crabb.