Irish President Michael D Higgins has attended a memorial service for the victims of the New Zealand mosque shootings.
An Austrian town has burned what organisers say is the world’s tallest bonfire, clocking in at 60.646 metres (198.97 feet).
Kelsey Grammer has said that Britain needs to “pull up your sleeves” and get on with Brexit.
Goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes spoke of his emotion after making what was likely his last appearance at Vicarage Road as Watford reached an FA Cup semi-final at Wembley.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge led a minute’s silence to pay respects to the New Zealand terror attack victims, at a St Patrick’s Day parade.
The victim of a knife murder in west London on Saturday was the cousin of Alex Beresford, the Good Morning Britain weatherman’s agent has confirmed.
Derek McInnes hopes this week’s international break will allow his bruised and battered squad to regroup.
The Sinn Fein leader has been condemned for marching behind an “offensive” banner in New York’s St Patrick’s Day parade.
Thousands of Ethiopians have attended a mass funeral ceremony in the country’s capital, a week after a plane crash killed 157 people.
Jeremy Corbyn said it is right that members of the Armed Forces are held to account for incidents during the Troubles after a British soldier was charged with murder over Bloody Sunday.