China urges Malaysia to "step up its efforts" in the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane that disappeared on Saturday.
The size of the UK's overall economy will surpass its pre-recession peak by this summer, says the British Chambers of Commerce.
Oscar Pistorius is physically sick during his murder trial as he hears evidence from a post-mortem examination on his girlfriend's body.
Former Labour prime minister Gordon Brown will unveil his ideas for a new division of powers between Holyrood and Westminster in a speech later.
Kelly Gallagher wins Britain's first ever Winter Paralympic gold with victory in the super-G event in Sochi.
A blood test can accurately predict the onset of Alzheimer's disease, according to US researchers.
A woman tells a London court she thought she was going to be raped in publicist Max Clifford's car.
Labour commits to fund a "jobs guarantee" for the long-term unemployed for the whole of the next parliament, if it wins power.
A 22-year-old woman is left with "devastating injuries" after an attack by a dog, thought to be an American pit bull, in Lincoln.
Two South Wales Police officers are sacked for gross misconduct over their handling of sex allegations against a colleague.
Starvation of civilians is being used as a weapon of war by Syria, Amnesty International says, with 128 dying as a result in Yarmouk camp in Damascus.
Lung disease experts are calling for a new national system to identify lungs for transplant which could double the number of procedures across the UK.
Reports of a test for Alzheimer's, the search for the missing Malaysian jet and Nick Clegg's 'hymn' to Britain make headlines.
A study calls on the world’s sailors and seafarers to help map the oceans’ phytoplankton, microscopic plants that form the bedrock of marine food chains.
A photograph of the Earl of Wessex with his wife and children is released to mark his 50th birthday.
Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini says exiting the FA Cup will not affect their chances of winning more trophies.
England coach Stuart Lancaster says his team had "the courage of their convictions" in the 29-18 win over Wales.
Who makes BBC expert Jonathan Davies's Team of the Week after the fourth round of the Six Nations?
BBC F1 analyst Allan McNish looks at the attributes that make Lewis Hamilton a leading contender for the 2014 Formula 1 title
England captain Stuart Broad will miss his side's two remaining Twenty20 matches in West Indies with a knee injury.
Public sector workers are paid on average 14.5% more per hour than those in the private sector, according to the Office for National Statistics.
Jim Ratcliffe, chief executive of chemicals giant Ineos, says the European chemical industry is becoming less competitive.
Labour says government plans to make it easier to close hospitals put financial concerns - rather than patient care - "in the driving seat".
The work and pensions secretary has started the biggest overhaul of the UK's welfare state since it was brought in.
Health charity warns some terminally ill patients suffer unnecessarily because of poor access to pain control at home.
A robotic companion is helping children with autism learn and develop communication skills.
An alleged plot to oust some Birmingham head teachers and make their schools adhere to more Islamic principles is being investigated.
An anorexic teenager was prevented from returning to school because staff feared other girls would copy her, her mother claims.
Hackers have taken over the web accounts of the boss of troubled Bitcoin exchange MtGox and published data they found.
Inventors at the South by Southwest festival show how to print smartphone photos onto old Polaroid film.