A "despicable" couple who robbed a woman while she suffered an epileptic fit - and then burgled her home - is jailed at Swansea Crown Court.
The big numbers from the past week visualised
A public speaking event at the Ulster Hall featuring Respect MP George Galloway will go ahead, Belfast City Council says.
The last remaining shipyard on the lower Clyde - Ferguson in Port Glasgow - goes into administration with the loss of 70 jobs.
Ukraine says its border guards are to inspect a Russian aid convoy parked at the border, as Nato condemns a Russian military "incursion".
Pope Francis poses for a 'selfie' photograph at an Asian youth meeting in South Korea.
Louis van Gaal says he wondered if Man Utd's captaincy was affecting Wayne Rooney but feels he is the right choice.
A giant inflatable turtle has drawn crowds of tourists in Sydney Harbour.
A record number of students have had their university places confirmed, figures from admissions body Ucas show.
Raheem Sterling is set to quadruple his wages at Liverpool, Vargas for Arsenal, Fellaini loan move stalls and more.
A convoy of Russian trucks carrying aid for eastern Ukraine is opened up to journalists at the border.
A man accused of defrauding a charity claimed expenses for four Wales rugby tickets, cat litter and pet food, Swansea Crown Court hears.
The Arts Council tells many of the large organisations it funds to plan for possible cuts from budgets.
A man is jailed for life and ordered to serve 18 years for murdering a pedestrian who was hit by a stolen car in Kent.
A maximum security prison in Kenya has been the unusual setting for a ceremony awarding a diploma from the University of London.
The Ice Bucket Challenge involves people pouring cold water over themselves and posting videos on the internet.
A married couple who falsely claimed over £50,000 in benefits after claiming to have split up are convicted after secretly going on a second honeymoon.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho says his side can push for the Premier League title following the club's summer signings.
Two passengers with HIV are suing budget Chinese carrier, Spring Airlines, for refusing to let them board a plane at Shenyang airport.
The BBC's Tomi Oladipo has been speaking to people in Nigeria's most populous city Lagos as the authorities take measures to prevent the spread of the Ebola virus.