The first BBC Music Awards pulls in an average audience of 3.9m, lower than the Brits, as Ed Sheeran and Pharrell Williams take the main prizes.
A&E units across the UK are struggling to hit their waiting time target as winter hits, latest figures show.
Drivers face travel misery after a night of heavy rain in many parts of Wales, and three flood warnings in place.
A new law means that restaurants and takeaways across Northern Ireland will be telling customers if food contains ingredients that could trigger allergies.
The family of a 15-year-old pupil who died following a "tragic accident" at a school say he "will be with us forever in our memories".
A fully operational Apple 1 computer has been sold at auction for $365,000 (£230,000), well below the estimate.
Water bills for England and Wales will fall by an average of 5% - not including inflation - by 2020, the regulator Ofwat rules.
Sean Abbott takes a career-best 6-14 in his first match since his bouncer led to the death of Phillip Hughes.
A maid in Uganda who was secretly filmed beating a little girl, causing widespread outrage, is found guilty of assaulting the toddler.
The EU may scrap plans for legislation on air pollution and waste in a drive to boost the economy, BBC environment analyst Roger Harrabin reports.
A specific law is being introduced to combat human trafficking and exploitation for the first time in Scotland.
Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo could become the best player of all time, says former Spain striker Raul.
A hospital A&E ward is closed after a suspected CS gas attack by a man who had been arrested by police.
David Warner hits his second century of the first Test as Australia extend their lead over India to 363 in Adelaide.
The names of characters played by John Boyega, Oscar Isaac and Daisy Ridley in the latest Star Wars movie are revealed in a set of trading cards.
A 32-year-old pedestrian has died after being knocked down by a taxi in Broxburn in West Lothian, police said.
The number of children admitted to hospitals in England for self-harm is at a five-year high, new figures show - with warnings that many more boys are "suffering in silence".
Superhero struggles to cope with Cairo's daily grind
The archbishop of Jos in central Nigeria says more must be done to protect ordinary people, after dozens died in twin attacks blamed on Boko Haram.
Labour MP Frank Doran says it was not sexist to say he was unsure whether the fisheries minister is "a job for a woman".