Promises on spending and tax cuts and other election news features prominently on the nation’s front pages on Friday.
Home favourite Mark Allen is out of the Northern Ireland Open after Alexander Ursenbacher edged a 4-3 victory in Belfast.
Taylor Swift has accused the head of her former record label and a prominent music industry figure of “exercising tyrannical control” over her career, in a row over her old music.
Women are featuring in just a fifth of national press coverage of the General Election campaign, according to research.
A CBeebies Bedtime Story is to be sung – instead of read – for the first time after TV bosses booked soul star Gregory Porter for the slot.
A first look at Michael Sheen as Chris Tarrant in the upcoming ITV drama Quiz has been revealed.
Political leaders from across the UK and Ireland are to discuss how to deal with “shared issues” such as Brexit and tackling drug abuse at a meeting in Dublin.
More than 22,000 vulnerable young people will be at risk of being homeless in the weeks leading up to Christmas, a charity claims.
Society needs to “wake up” to child sexual exploitation, Dame Esther Rantzen has said, after figures showed the Childline service carried out 12 counselling sessions on the subject every day last year.
Royal Mail has revealed images of the final set of stamps in its own Star Wars-themed collection.