Ariana Grande is being sued for allegedly posting a photographer’s pictures to her Instagram account, legal documents show.
People are being asked to join the “puffarazzi” and photograph puffins with fish in their bills to help find out what the seabirds are feeding their young.
Treatment which can prolong the lives of children with a rare genetic condition will be made available on the NHS.
Manchester City have said that any suggestion a chant apparently sung by some of their players and backroom staff as they celebrated winning the Premier League title mocks Sean Cox or the Hillsborough disaster “is entirely without foundation”.
A prison watchdog has warned that urinals in custody cells at a Scottish court are a “potential biohazard”.
The Rugby Football Union, Premier League and Sport England are among more than 200 organisations backing a scheme to provide 21,000 coaches with mental health training by 2021.
The BBC has boosted female representation to balance previously male-dominated shows, according to an internal report.
Theresa May will urge governments and companies to work together to stop the sharing of hateful content online as she joins world leaders for a summit on tackling terrorist use of the internet.
A debut novelist in her 80s is among the nominees shortlisted for one of the prizes at the Society of Authors’ Awards.
Miles Jupp is quitting The News Quiz to focus on acting, writing and his family.