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Baptisms and body slams are all part of a day's work for one church which aims to help young people.
Conservationists say they expected this year's warm summer to be a much better one for butterflies.
Heat energy is being captured from people dancing to help a Glasgow venue reduce its carbon emissions.
More than 100 licences are expected to be granted for new fossil fuel exploration in the North Sea.
What’s life really like working in construction - the UK industry with the worst record on mental health?
Broadcaster Piers Morgan presses the MP to make a "simple apology" to the British people.
Whether letting or living in their homes, mortgages are pushing up the cost for many people.
A 300-page dossier details atrocities by British soldiers against Palestinians during UK rule.
How did Chris Williamson go from the villa, to a US-based podcast with tens of millions of downloads?
Restrictions continue for millions of Chinese and this is putting political pressure on Xi Jinping.
While Russia's president annexes large areas of Ukraine, the truth on the ground looks very different.
A punitive law has led to the mass exodus of journalists from Russia.
Many front pages lead with the National Grid's warning that the UK could face blackouts this winter.
Three weeks before a crucial deadline, BBC News NI examines the options facing the NI secretary.
French president says he hopes for a "new phase" in relations after talks with UK prime minister.
Arsenal put in another impressive display to comfortably see off Bodo/Glimt in the Europa League.
Witnesses describe the moment a former police officer began shooting and stabbing staff and children.
Twitter has raised questions about how Elon Musk plans to finance his $44bn takeover.
As part of a new series, we explore whether Norway has a solution for the US and its ageing leaders.
Salford's Kallum Watkins, Marc Sneyd and Andy Ackers aiming for World Cup glory after shock call-ups to the England squad.