The family of two children who died while on holiday in Corfu are to meet the chief executive of Thomas Cook later.
A Pembrokeshire pub landlord is jailed for 20 years for raping two young girls and sexually assaulting two others.
Germany's train drivers have agreed to call off their strike and enter mediation with Deutsche Bahn.
Deutsche Bank faces a potential stormy annual shareholder meeting on Thursday.
Scotland's Stephen Gallacher pulls out of the PGA Championship at Wentworth with a wrist injury.
Ricky Hatton talks to BBC Sport about the state of boxing following the disappointment that was Mayweather-Pacquiao.
Which player only has seven toes? Who has the number of the beast? Who has played for both Australia and New Zealand? Acquire some useless knowledge in our England v New Zealand quiz.
A family has a narrow escape when a car crashes through a garden wall into their sitting room in Weymouth.
What is the best way to measure inequality in a population?
Sunderland manager Dick Advocaat wept tears of joy as they secured Premier League safety but how good a job has he done?
A £6.7m improvement is made to an IT system which will instantly share patient information between care agencies.
Hundreds of migrants found by the BBC last week in a boat drifting off the coast of Thailand have been rescued by Indonesian fishermen
Angela Merkel wants to ensure the UK stays in the European Union - but other nations might not be as keen, writes Katya Adler.
Ten suspected illegal immigrants are discovered hiding in the boots of brand-new imported Maserati sports cars.
The agency that investigates serious environmental crime needs to deal more rigorously with offenders, a review finds.
Photographs of a further 11 potential witnesses to the 1989 Hillsborough disaster are released by the police team investigating the tragedy.
Community groups could be given powers to take over and run local landmarks and facilities which are underused or likely to be sold off.
The huge fine for fixing trading markets, the national rail strike, and a crackdown on illegal immigration are three subjects for Thursday's front pages.
A US man who flew a gyrocopter into Washington's restricted airspace, landing at the US Capitol, has been charged with violating national defence airspace.
New programmes and social media are focused on training more women to become leaders in technology.