Investigators try to establish why part of the ceiling collapsed at London's Apollo Theatre injuring 76 people, seven of them seriously.
A California court decides an Andy Warhol portrait of actress Farrah Fawcett belongs to her former partner, actor Ryan O'Neal.
The singer's All I Want For Christmas Is You has sold its millionth copy in the UK 20 years after it was first released, says the Official Charts Company.
Singer Tulisa Contostavlos appears at Westminster Magistrates' Court to deny being involved in the supply of class A drugs.
Paul Torday, the British businessman turned author who enjoyed success with comic bestseller Salmon Fishing in the Yemen, has died at the age of 67, his publisher announces.
Canadian seven-piece Arcade Fire confirm rumours they are to be the headline act on the first night of next year's Glastonbury Festival.
Former Steps member Ian 'H' Watkins receives a public apology after his photo was used on a website reporting on the Ian Watkins abuse case.
BBC bosses in charge of the failed DMI project were paid bonuses totalling £18,000, a freedom of information request reveals.
The producer of a Chinese cartoon TV series is held partly responsible for injuries incurred by two children who imitated a scene from the show.
Detroit rapper Angel Haze's label brings the release date of her debut album forward, after she leaks it online with an expletive-laden Twitter rant about delays.
A $1m painting by Pablo Picasso has been won by a US man who paid just 100 euros for a ticket in an online charity raffle.
Paedophile Lostprophets' singer Ian Watkins is beginning a 35-year sentence for child sex offences.
Singer Adele has been awarded an MBE by the Prince of Wales at Buckingham Palace.
The Press Association's picture editor, Milica Lamb, picks some of her favourite images of 2013.
A redundant toilet block is to be converted into a museum which will tell the story of a Lincolnshire town.
A Stradivarius violin which was stolen from a sandwich shop in London sells for £1.38m at auction.
London-based Christie's is holding its first-ever art auction in India on 19 December in the city of Mumbai, the BBC's Geeta Pandey reports.
Hunger Games star Jennifer Lawrence says it "should be illegal" to call someone fat on TV, in an interview with US TV host Barbara Walters.
A 28-year-old man is fined 4.3 million Swedish krona - just over £400,000 - for uploading one film to a torrent-sharing website.
Chinese film star Zhang Ziyi wins damages from a US-based website that published false reports she was paid to have sex with top Chinese officials.
The singer says she will be standing down as a judge to focus on her own music career.
The Locked Out Of Heaven singer will be joined by Rudimental and Bastille on the bill for the music awards show.
Fazer, who starred in N-Duba alongside Dappy and Tulisa Contostavlos, is declared bankrupt, according to court records.
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal defends a star of the reality TV show Duck Dynasty, suspended for derogatory remarks he made about homosexuality.
Matt Willis, singer with McBusted, announces he will play the boyfriend of Stacey Branning.
The winner of The Voice USA is announced during Tuesday night's grand finale.
The writer hired to pen a sequel to the 'Girl With The Dragon Tattoo' trilogy says he will start the new book from scratch.
The BBC's Colin Paterson visits the set of The Harry Hill Movie as the small screen star aims for big screen stardom
Model and actress Lily Cole has launched a new website which encourages users to give and receive favours for free
Talking Movies' Tom Brook looks at the documentaries that have been made in 2013