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Police install temporary CCTV cameras to improve security at homes flooded in Rhyl as Denbighshire council investigates last week's "unprecedented" storm surge.
Lack of a proper national policy to get UK children to do more exercise amounts to mass "child neglect", the British Journal of Sports Medicine says.
Flights were barred from landing at Stansted Airport after equipment was damaged by an incoming aircraft, bosses confirm.
David Cameron and Ed Miliband choose family shots for their Christmas cards - while Nick Clegg's children add festive doodles to a photo of their parents.
Chinese hackers targeted five European foreign ministries over the summer, a security company has said.
British 400m hurdler Jack Green reveals he is taking an extended break from the sport to recover from depression.
Television viewers were exposed to nearly 400,000 payday loan adverts last year, according to the regulator, Ofcom.
Official figures show a 14% fall in the number of racist incidents recorded by police in Scotland in 2012-13.
The Yulia Tymoshenko contradiction
A dementia care scheme known as 'Green Care' is becoming increasingly popular in Norway as it allows sufferers to remain in the community for longer.
Five people are killed in widespread looting in Argentina after police in 17 provinces go on strike to demand higher salaries to match rising inflation.
Boxing in Northern Ireland has been affected by "incidents of sectarianism and racism" an independent report finds.
Crisis in Central African Republic explained - in two minutes
Millions of pounds donated to Comic Relief have been invested in shares in tobacco, alcohol and arms firms, BBC Panorama learns.
Will tinkering save the UK economy?
Teachers at a schools group under government investigation were ordered to "spoon-feed" students, ex-staff claim.
An Orange parade due to take place in Belfast city centre on Saturday is postponed by its organisers.
A house fire that killed three people may have been started by one of those that died in a murder-suicide bid, detectives say.
Oscar-nominated actress Eleanor Parker, who was best-known for playing the baroness in The Sound of Music, dies aged 91.
Relatives of a man killed delivering pizza talk of their heartbreak