There were two winners of tonight's Euromillions Jackpot, worth more than €30m.
Lawyers for David Drumm have questioned whether attempts to extradite him from the US are being done for 'political purpose'.
From next September every child in Ireland will be able to start pre-school at age three and remain there until they start primary school.
Volkswagen owners have started getting letters saying their cars are among thousands caught up in the diesel emissions scandal.
Scotland’s 1980s “Trainspotting generation” has driven drug-related hospital admissions to a record high while illnesses linked to long-term alcohol abuse are also on the rise, official figures show.
The University of York discovered the remarkable effect is present in the gaming world after putting a bunch of gamers to the test.
Turkish security services have intelligence suggesting that militants “originating” from Syria were planning to carry out attacks in Turkey, the country’s president said.
The BBC should provide a “universal service” that broadly serves the UK rather than striving to do “everything for everybody”, the chairman of the broadcaster’s governing body has said.
We have a lot of ideas, it seems.
Go on the lads.
You did read that correctly. Playboy will no longer feature naked women, but people don’t really care.
They said WHAT?! Look at the top quotes from the first episode of The Apprentice.
The boardroom antics are about to begin, but just what happens in the first episode?
Reviews for Marlon James’s epic were mostly – but by no means all – positive when the book came out.
The playwright added he was grateful he still had fans interested in his work as the film premiered at the BFI London Film Festival.
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Wales celebrated their Euro 2016 qualification in style in Cardiff.
Northern Ireland, Wales and Albania will in France next year – but Holland won’t.
Where have all the English hotel staff gone? That’s what Schalk Burger wants to know.
Wales finished their memorable Euro 2016 campaign on a winning note, thanks to Ramsey and Bale.