Silent vigil to be held to bring home Londoner Zara Aleena
Hundreds of people are expected to turn out for a silent vigil for Zara Aleena on Saturday afternoon to “walk her home”.
At least five dead and dozens injured after magnitude 63 earthquake in Iran
Rescue teams were deployed near the epicentre
Pride 50th anniversary
Celebrations in London today
Shane Lowry birdies last four holes to make Irish Open cut
Spain’s Jorge Campillo set the pace at the halfway stage of the Horizon Irish Open as home favourite Shane Lowry staged a grandstand finish to make the cut at Mount Juliet.
Man found guilty of drugging and sexually assaulting two victims
A man has been found guilty of drugging two men and sexually assaulting them at a house in Oxfordshire.
Lewis Hamilton second in practice for British GP as Carlos Sainz sets pace
Lewis Hamilton took second place in practice for the British Grand Prix.
Mohamed Salah commits to Liverpool with new three year deal
Mohamed Salah is confident he can win more trophies with Liverpool after bringing an end to his long-running contract saga by signing a new three-year deal.
Teachers leaders say 5 rise for experienced staff is unacceptable
Teachers’ leaders have said Government plans to give most teachers a pay rise of 5% do not “come close” to what is needed.
Wales World Cup preparations under way
The UK Ambassador to Qatar has visited Cardiff in support of Wales’ World Cup preparations.