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Saturday 18th April

Chelsea 1-0 Manchester United

8PM - BBC News

Chelsea will be Premier League champions if they win their next two matches after victory over Manchester United.


AFC Wimbledon 0-0 Wycombe Wanderers

7PM - BBC News

Ten-man Wycombe's automatic promotion hopes take a blow as they are held to a goalless draw by AFC Wimbledon.


Blackpool 0-1 Fulham

6PM - BBC News

Striker Matt Smith's first-half header earns Fulham a win at Blackpool and all but secures safety for the Cottagers.


Kidderminster Harriers 1-1 Barnet

6PM - BBC News

Luisma's equaliser helps Barnet remain top of the Conference with a draw against struggling Kidderminster.


Charlton Athletic 2-1 Leeds United

6PM - BBC News

Leeds fall to their fifth straight defeat as Charlton come from behind to win at The Valley.


Newport County 2-3 Dagenham & Redbridge

5PM - BBC News

Dagenham & Redbridge strike late to put a another dent in Newport County's League Two play-off hopes.


Cardiff City 0-0 Millwall

5PM - BBC News

Championship strugglers Millwall are four points from safety following their 0-0 draw away against mid-table Cardiff City.


Milton Keynes Dons 6-1 Leyton Orient

5PM - BBC News

MK Dons move to within a point of the League One automatic promotion places by thrashing struggling Leyton Orient.


Crystal Palace 0-2 West Bromwich Albion

5PM - BBC News

West Brom boss Tony Pulis makes a winning return to Selhurst Park as his side beat Crystal Palace to ease relegation fears.


Clermont Auvergne 13-9 Saracens

5PM - BBC News

Wesley Fofana's try helps Clermont Auvergne beat Saracens and reach the final of the European Rugby Champions Cup.


Brentford 2-2 Bolton Wanderers

5PM - BBC News

Brentford's Championship play-off hopes take a hit as Bolton twice come from behind to draw at Griffin Park.


VIDEO: Does Branagh want to run the NT?

4PM - BBC News

Will Gompertz meets Sir Kenneth Branagh to talk about the actor and director's new project - launching his own theatre company.


Chelsea Ladies v Liverpool Ladies

2PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Sunday's Women's Super League game between Chelsea Ladies and Liverpool Ladies.


VIDEO: Zayn Malik collects Asian Award

12PM - BBC News

Zayn Malik makes his first solo appearance since quitting One Direction at the annual Asian Awards.


VIDEO: The fight for Hornsey and Wood Green

12PM - BBC News

The fight for Hornsey and Wood Green


Man suffers serious stab wounds

12PM - BBC News

A man suffers serious stab wounds following an assault in central London.


VIDEO: London actors headline in Star Wars

10AM - BBC News

Two young Londoners will share the limelight with Harrison Ford when the hotly anticipated new Star Wars film opens.


Peaty sets breaststroke world record

10AM - BBC News

Adam Peaty sets a world record in the 100m breaststroke on the penultimate night of the British Swimming Championships.


Marathon-a-day woman to run 200 miles

9AM - BBC News

A woman who completed 53 marathons in 53 consecutive days is set to run more than 200 miles from Shropshire to London.


Is the Phantom Framer an artist?

4AM - BBC News

Can frames transform mundane signs into art?


Friday 17th April

Body of hillwalker found in search

11PM - BBC News

The body of missing hillwalker Kyle Knox is found by a Royal Navy helicopter conducting a search of the Glen Nevis area.


Clermont Auvergne v Saracens (Sat)

8PM - BBC News

Team news as Clermont Auvergne host Saracens in Saturday's European Champions Cup semi-final at Stade Marcel Michelin (15:15 BST).


Two 'most wanted' fugitives arrested

8PM - BBC News

Two suspected drug traffickers, who featured on the UK's most wanted list of fugitives, are captured within 24 hours of each other.


Faith school wins pupil bias action

8PM - BBC News

A top Catholic state school wins a legal challenge against findings its admission criteria unfairly disadvantaged poorer children.


'Pietersen has scored enough runs'

7PM - BBC News

Australia captain Michael Clarke believes Kevin Pietersen could have a part to play for England in this summer's Ashes series.


Crash forces BBL game postponement

6PM - BBC News

London Lions' home BBL game with Durham Wildcats is postponed after the visitors are involved in a traffic accident.


Brentford v Bolton Wanderers

3PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Championship game between Brentford and Bolton Wanderers.


Cardiff City v Millwall

3PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Championship game between Cardiff City and Millwall.


Journalists cleared in payment trial

3PM - BBC News

Three journalists are found not guilty of illegally paying public officials, following a trial at London's Old Bailey.


Bees can cause surprises - Broomes

2PM - BBC News

London Bees boss Julian Broomes feels his side could surprise a few teams this year in Women's Super League Two.


KP & Sangakkara 'like Christmas Day'

2PM - BBC News

Surrey captain Gareth Batty says it is 'like Christmas Day' to have Kevin Pietersen and Kumar Sangakkara in their squad.


Chelsea seen as boring - Mourinho

2PM - BBC News

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says his team receive the most social media abuse because they are 'boring'.


Thames restaurant starts sinking

2PM - BBC News

A floating restaurant begins to sink into the River Thames in south-west London, dragged underwater by a pontoon.


Sakho may miss remainder of season

1PM - BBC News

West Ham and Senegal international striker Diafra Sakho may not play again this season because of a thigh injury.


Saracens 'must draw on experience'

1PM - BBC News

Saracens must draw on previous experience if they are to beat Clermont in the European Champions Cup, says Chris Wyles.


Twitter portraits of party leaders

1PM - BBC News

Portraits of five UK political leaders created from the opinions of people on Twitter go on show.


Bolasie is a 20m player - Pardew

12PM - BBC News

Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew says in-form winger Yannick Bolasie's value is soaring and values him at 20m.


Branagh unveils new theatre company

12PM - BBC News

Sir Kenneth Branagh is setting up a theatre company, with Dame Judi Dench, Rob Brydon and Lily James among stars set to perform in a season of plays.


Children 'put off sport by parents'

12PM - BBC News

Children as young as eight are being put off sport by the behaviour of their parents, a new study has found.


Transport police hold violence summit

12PM - BBC News

A summit is being held by British Transport Police to tackle violence and anti-social behaviour by football fans on the transport network.


Shock exit for National Theatre boss

11AM - BBC News

Tessa Ross steps down as chief executive of the National Theatre in London's Southbank just six months into the job.


VIDEO: London bus crash footage emerges

10AM - BBC News

Dramatic footage of the moment a London bus collided with two other buses and three cars in west London has emerged.


VIDEO: Is enough money spent on London?

10AM - BBC News

In 2014 London generated a surplus of 34bn in taxes after expenditure on services and infrastructure but BBC London asks is enough money being spent on the capital?


Kane among four named for PFA double

9AM - BBC News

Harry Kane is one of four players to make the shortlist for both the PFA Player and Young Player of the Year prize.


Chelsea suffer most online abuse

9AM - BBC News

Chelsea receive more social media abuse than any other Premier League club, a new study by Kick It Out shows.


Murder probe after fatal bar stabbing

9AM - BBC News

A murder investigation is started following the fatal stabbing of a man in an east London bar.


Quarter of Asian voters 'undecided'

7AM - BBC News

About 25% of UK Asians may be floating voters


Bar stabbing prompts murder inquiry

7AM - BBC News

A murder investigation is started into the fatal stabbing of a man in an east London bar.


Duke's Wellington boots to be shown

2AM - BBC News

A pair of original "Wellington boots" will go on display to mark the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo.


Thursday 16th April

Residential tower to be UK's tallest

6PM - BBC News

The tallest residential building in the UK is set to be built after the Mayor of London decided not to oppose it.


Three men charged after terror probe

6PM - BBC News

Three men arrested by counter terrorism police have been charged with money laundering offences, the Metropolitan Police says.


AFC Wimbledon v Wycombe Wanderers

5PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's League Two game between AFC Wimbledon and Wycombe Wanderers.


Monk dismisses West Ham link

4PM - BBC News

Swans boss Garry Monk distances himself from links to West Ham and praised the job Sam Allardyce has done at Upton Park.


Robson targets French Open return

4PM - BBC News

Ex-British number one Laura Robson hopes to make her return at the French Open after 15 months out with injury.


Artist hopes sculpture is theft-proof

4PM - BBC News

Artist hopes new sculpture is theft-proof


Bosch extends Saracens contract

3PM - BBC News

Argentina international Marcelo Bosch extends his contract with Premiership club Saracens.


Arsenal 'send message' to WSL rivals

3PM - BBC News

Arsenal boss Pedro Martinez Losa feels Wednesday's win over Bristol Academy sent a message to his side's league rivals.


Pirates boss to follow Barnet score

2PM - BBC News

Bristol Rovers boss Darrell Clarke says he will keep a close eye on their promotion rivals during the Pirates' game at Dover.


Gypsy's five star return to West End

2PM - BBC News

Gypsy returns to the West End for the first time in forty years winning rave reviews for Imelda Staunton.


Why outdoor swimming is so dangerous

2PM - BBC News

Why outdoor swimming is so hazardous


Wenger 'confident' of Walcott stay

12PM - BBC News

Arsenal are confident Theo Walcott will sign a new contract with the club, according to manager Arsene Wenger.


Preacher death terror arrests made

12PM - BBC News

A 53-year-old woman is arrested on suspicion of terror acts in connection with the death of a Syrian-born preacher living in London.


Gaelic coach to motivate Saracens

11AM - BBC News

Saracens bring in Gaelic football coach Jim McGuinness to help motivate their side ahead of their Champions Cup semi-final.


DJ Neil Fox denies sex offences

11AM - BBC News

DJ Neil Fox pleads not guilty to nine sex offences, including three involving girls aged under 16.


Pavoni wins stunning medley gold

10AM - BBC News

Roberto Pavoni swims a lifetime best to secure British 200m medley gold and a place in the GB World Championships team.


Terry 'should still play for England'

10AM - BBC News

Chelsea captain John Terry should still be playing for England, according to former national boss Fabio Capello.


Body recovered from Hampstead Ponds

8AM - BBC News

A body is pulled from a pond at a north London park, after reports a teenager was seen in difficulty in the water.


Primary places revealed amid squeeze

7AM - BBC News

More than half a million families are discovering which primary schools their children will attend, amid a growing places squeeze in parts of England.


Wednesday 15th April

Arsenal Ladies 2-0 Bristol Academy Women

11PM - BBC News

Arsenal Ladies enjoy a comfortable 2-0 home win over Bristol Academy to move up to second in Women


Fulham 1-1 Rotherham United

11PM - BBC News

Rotherham miss the chance to ease their relegation fears after a Championship draw against Fulham.


Labadie given six-month biting ban

7PM - BBC News

Dagenham & Redbridge midfielder Joss Labadie is banned for six months for his second biting offence in a year.


Harris & Murtagh earn Middlesex draw

7PM - BBC News

James Harris and Tim Murtagh bat for more than an hour to rescue a draw for Middlesex against Nottinghamshire.


Life term for lake body parts murder

7PM - BBC News

Two men are given life sentences for the murder of a man whose body parts were found in a lake in east London.


Chelsea 'more resilient' this season

5PM - BBC News

Women's Super League One leaders Chelsea Ladies are "more resilient" this season, says assistant boss Robert Udberg.


Ill Whitlock alters European plans

5PM - BBC News

European gymnastics champion Max Whitlock says he will not compete in the all-round event at the 2015 European Championships.


Deadly honey trap gang found guilty

3PM - BBC News

A woman is found guilty of setting a honey trap for a professional poker player who was kicked to death by her associates for the sake of his winnings.


Jewel heist drill theft link dropped

3PM - BBC News

Police investigating the Hatton Garden safe deposit box theft in London rule out a link with the theft of drills from a building nearby.


VIDEO: Guard grins and bears it after fall

2PM - BBC News

A Queen's guard puts on a brave face after falling over during the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace.


Paladini in Bantams takeover talks

2PM - BBC News

Former Queens Park Rangers chairman Gianni Paladini is in early talks to take over League One club Bradford City.


Fulham v Rotherham United

2PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Wednesday's Championship game between Fulham and Rotherham United.


VIDEO: Guard falls outside Buckingham Palace

1PM - BBC News

A Queen's guard falls over during the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace.


Honey trap murder pair found guilty

1PM - BBC News

Two men are found guilty of murdering a professional poker player who was lured into a honey trap for his winnings.


Man in court over school sex abuse

1PM - BBC News

A man appears in court charged with historical sex abuse against pupils at an independent London school.


Raonic/Kyrgios set for Queen's Club

12PM - BBC News

Wimbledon semi-finalist Milos Raonic and teenager Nick Kyrgios make their Aegon Championships debuts at Queen's Club in June.


Lock Kruis extends Saracens contract

12PM - BBC News

England second row George Kruis signs a "multi-year contract extension" with Premiership side Saracens.


Two pedestrians die in bus crashes

12PM - BBC News

Two pedestrians die in separate bus crashes in Ealing and Shepherds Bush.


Pietersen plays down injury fears

10AM - BBC News

Kevin Pietersen's return to English cricket ended prematurely when he hurt his hand as he missed a catch.


Maaxi - will we care for sharing?

10AM - BBC News

Maaxi, Uber, Splyt, Hailo - is the competition in the taxi app market really improving consumers' lives?


VIDEO: Alice turns 150 years old

9AM - BBC News

150 years on and Alice in Wonderland continues to inspire. Tim Muffett meets a new theatrical production celebrating the book.


VIDEO: The vibrating pen fighting Parkinson's

7AM - BBC News

Students at Imperial College London and Royal College of Art have created a vibrating pen to help patients with Parkinson's disease.


Tuesday 14th April

Leyton Orient 0-1 Doncaster Rovers

11PM - BBC News

Rob Jones' goal sees Doncaster beat relegation-threatened Leyton Orient, who slip to 20th place in League One.


Plymouth Argyle 1-1 AFC Wimbledon

11PM - BBC News

Plymouth remain on course for the League Two play-offs as they share the points with mid-table Wimbledon.


Sheffield Wednesday 1-0 Brentford

11PM - BBC News

Brentford suffer a major blow to their Championship play-off challenge with a 1-0 defeat away at mid-table Sheffield Wednesday.


Dagenham & Redbridge 0-0 Luton Town

10PM - BBC News

Play-off hopefuls Luton hold on for a goalless draw against Dagenham despite playing the entire second half with 10 men.


Welling United 2-1 Wrexham

10PM - BBC News

Goals from Sam Berry and Dominic Vose lift Welling out of the Conference relegation zone with a win against Wrexham.


Millwall 2-0 Wigan Athletic

10PM - BBC News

Millwall move above nine-man Wigan in the relegation zone thanks to goals from Nadjim Abdou and Magaye Gueye.


VIDEO: City reaction to Right To Buy pledge

9PM - BBC News

As the Conservatives pledge to extend the right to buy scheme to housing association tenants one of London's largest social housing landlords says it would price people out of the capital.


Vunipola cleared to face Clermont

9PM - BBC News

Saracens' Billy Vunipola can face Clermont Auvergne this weekend after his citing for striking an opponent was dismissed.


Mosque search over preacher murder

9PM - BBC News

A second arrest is made and a mosque is searched over the shooting dead of a Syrian-born preacher in London.


950 to watch Arsenal v Chelsea

8PM - BBC News

Tickets for Arsenal's Premier League match against Chelsea at the Emirates are being sold online for up to 950.


Read hundred puts Notts in control

7PM - BBC News

Nottinghamshire captain Chris Read smashes an unbeaten century to put his side in control against Middlesex on the third day at Lords.


Zoella and Alfie getting waxworks

7PM - BBC News

YouTube stars Zoella and Alfie Deyes are getting their own Madame Tussauds wax doubles, the London attraction announces.


'Gay cure' conference cancelled

7PM - BBC News

A 'gay cure' conference is forced to cancel after a petition against it gained over 40,000 signatures.


Gang jailed over fatal stabbing

6PM - BBC News

A 17-year-old is jailed for life for stabbing a teenager in the heart after he stepped in to protect a friend in Sydenham.


VIDEO: From vlogger to top-selling author

4PM - BBC News

Online video bloggers, or vloggers, are increasingly turning their hand to print - a market that is proving lucrative, as Jeremy Howell reports.


'Marking bias boosts girls' maths'

3PM - BBC News

Girls in French secondary schools are benefiting from a marking bias by maths teachers, finds research.


Man in court over preacher murder

3PM - BBC News

A man appears in court charged with the murder of Syrian-born preacher Abdul Hadi Arwani in north-west London


Man charged with preacher murder

1PM - BBC News

Man charged with murder of Syrian-born preacher Abdul Hadi Arwani in north-west London


Fake 10m Viagra scam men jailed

1PM - BBC News

A gang who made at least 10m selling bogus pills containing acid, paint and brick dust are sentenced.


Missing 12-year-old girl found

1PM - BBC News

Detectives searching for a missing London schoolgirl say she has been found "safe and well".


'Robot chef' aimed at home kitchen

1PM - BBC News

From chopping the ingredients to doing the washing up - an all-action "robo-chef" for the home is being developed by a London-based company.


Arsenal Ladies v Bristol Academy

12PM - BBC News

Preview followed by match report of Wednesday's Women's Super League game between Arsenal Ladies and Bristol Academy.


Middlesex bring in Australian Burns

12PM - BBC News

Middlesex sign Australian batsman Joe Burns as a short-term replacement for Adam Voges.


Cameron: We'll offer good life for all

12PM - BBC News

David Cameron says his aim is to guarantee a "good life" for British workers and families as he launches the Conservatives' manifesto.


PM to launch Conservative manifesto

11AM - BBC News

David Cameron is to launch the Conservatives' general election manifesto, with a pledge to extend the right-to-buy scheme for housing association tenants in England.


Dagenham & Redbridge v Luton Town

10AM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Tuesday's League Two game between Dagenham & Redbridge and Luton Town.


Vunipola cited for alleged strike

10AM - BBC News

England and Saracens back row Billy Vunipola faces a ban for allegedly striking Leicester's Mathew Tait with his head.


Missing girl, 12, seen with stranger

10AM - BBC News

Detectives searching for a missing London schoolgirl release a CCTV image of her with a unknown man on a city street.


New plans for Epsom and St Helier

10AM - BBC News

NHS bosses consider plans to close to hospitals in Surrey and south London and build a new 800-bed centre.


VIDEO: The skyscraper that casts no shadow

7AM - BBC News

A team of architects in London has developed a way of creating skyscrapers that cast no shadow, using the latest computer design software.


PM pledges right-to-buy extension

7AM - BBC News

A Conservative government would extend the right-to-buy scheme for housing association tenants in England, David Cameron is to say, as he unveils his party's general election manifesto.


Monday 13th April

Vunipola cited for striking Tait

10PM - BBC News

England and Saracens back row Billy Vunipola faces a ban for allegedly striking Leicester's Mathew Tait with his head.


Heist police investigate tool theft

10PM - BBC News

A possible link between the Hatton Garden jewellery heist and a tool burglary four months before is investigated by Scotland Yard.


Eurovision star Ronnie Carroll dies

10PM - BBC News

Ronnie Carroll, a former UK Eurovision contestant who was due to stand in the 2015 general election for Hampstead and Kilburn, dies at the age of 80.


Debut novel up for Baileys Prize

9PM - BBC News

A debut novel about a female bee is one of six titles to be shortlisted for the 30,000 Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction.


Immigration poster campaign launches

9PM - BBC News

A campaign which celebrates immigration starts to appear on billboards around the UK.


Vunipola cited for striking opponent

8PM - BBC News

England and Saracens back row Billy Vunipola faces a ban for striking Leicester's Mathew Tait with his head.


Notts bowlers dominate Middlesex

7PM - BBC News

Samit Patel and Harry Gurney take three wickets apiece to leave Nottinghamshire in a commanding position against Middlesex.


Hatton Garden raid: The mystery deepens

7PM - BBC News

How did the thieves get away with it?


Sheffield Wednesday v Brentford

6PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Tuesday's Championship game between Sheffield Wednesday and Brentford.


Leyton Orient v Doncaster Rovers

5PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Tuesday's League One game between Leyton Orient and Doncaster Rovers.


Warning over dental implants

5PM - BBC News

What happens if dental implants are not cared for


Man jailed for mugging 92-year-old

5PM - BBC News

A homeless man who knocked over a frail London pensioner to steal just 5 is jailed for 30 months.


VIDEO: Police probe woman's death in India

2PM - BBC News

Police are carrying out forensic tests after a north London woman died in her sleep in India.


'Nightmare Monday' for rail commuters

2PM - BBC News

Rush hour travellers have a "nightmare Monday" commute across London after a series of unrelated rail and Tube train delays.


ENO's 9/11 opera has 'awesome power'

1PM - BBC News

An opera about five people trapped in one of the Twin Towers during the 9/11 attacks is called a "remarkable piece of work" by one UK critic.


Chelsea to face Man City in Cup semi

12PM - BBC News

Chelsea will face Manchester City in the FA Women's Cup semi-finals, while Everton host Notts County.


Leicester keep BBL title race alive

11AM - BBC News

Leicester Riders extend the BBL Championship title race into the final week of the season with victory against Sheffield.


Angela Lansbury wins Olivier acclaim

7AM - BBC News

Dame Angela Lansbury wins her first Olivier Award after a 40-year absence from the London stage, while Kinks musical Sunny Afternoon picks up the most awards of the night.


Man held over Syrian preacher murder

3AM - BBC News

A man is arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to murder a Syrian-born preacher found shot dead in a car in north-west London.



National News

Murder suspect 'may be in London'

A man police want to question over the deaths of his mother and sister in Merseyside could be in London, detectives say.

Big response to falling bookshop plea

The owners of a celebrated bookshop that could fall down say they have had a "phenomenal response" to an appeal to fund urgent structural repairs.

Sea search for missing kayaker

A search is under way after a male kayaker went missing in the Solent off the Hampshire coast, the coastguard says.

The mystery of the East German writer who moved to the English coast

The East German writer who moved to an English coastal town

Labour warns of fewer nurses in NHS

There will be 2,000 fewer NHS nurses in England over the next four years according to projections, Labour says, but the Conservatives say the figures are old.

Business News

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Could the moringa help eradicate malnutrition in Zambia?

PM confirms Lloyds shares public sale

Up to 4bn worth of Lloyds Bank shares would be offered to the general public if the Conservatives win the election, David Cameron says.

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Could the moringa help eradicate malnutrition in Zambia?

White goods dominate e-waste items

Old kitchen, bathroom and laundry equipment made up 60% of the 41.8 million tonnes of electronic waste thrown away in 2014, suggests a report.

Finland votes amid economic slump

Finnish voters go to the polls amid hopes that a new government will pull the country out of its three-year economic slump.

Entertainment News

Clarkson describes cancer scare

Former Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson reveals doctors told him a lump on his tongue was "probably cancer" two days before he hit a BBC producer.

Scarlett O'Hara outfit auctioned

An outfit worn by actress Vivien Leigh in the film Gone with the Wind sells for $137,000 (91,000) at an auction in California.

VIDEO: London actors headline in Star Wars

Two young Londoners will share the limelight with Harrison Ford when the hotly anticipated new Star Wars film opens.

VIDEO: Zayn Malik collects Asian Award

Zayn Malik makes his first solo appearance since quitting One Direction at the annual Asian Awards.

Zayn Malik pays tribute to bandmates

Zayn Malik pays tribute to his former bandmates at an award ceremony, where he made his first solo appearance since leaving One Direction.

Sport News

Mathews claims interim WBA title

Derry Mathews wins the interim WBA lightweight title with a unanimous points decision over Canadian Tony Luis in Liverpool.

Chelsea Ladies v Liverpool Ladies

Preview followed by live coverage of Sunday's Women's Super League game between Chelsea and Liverpool Ladies.

The next great managerial rivalry?

Shared history and futures entwined - is Louis van Gaal's developing rivalry with Jose Mourinho the new Mourinho v Ferguson?

Queens boss aims to keep key trio

Queen of the South manager James Fowler hopes to hold on to local lads Gavin Reilly, Kevin Holt and Danny Carmichael.

Kim triumphs in LPGA play-off drama

South Korea's Kim Sei-young holes from the fairway for an eagle to win a play-off at the LPGA event in Hawaii.

Technology News

White goods dominate e-waste items

Old kitchen, bathroom and laundry equipment made up 60% of the 41.8 million tonnes of electronic waste thrown away in 2014, suggests a report.

Can big data reveal electorate's mood?

Can big data reveal the mood of the electorate?

Doctor Who movie mooted in Sony leak

Plans for a Doctor Who movie and George Clooney's email address are among the details posted on WikiLeaks, following last year's cyber-attack on Sony Pictures.

VIDEO: Use a loo roll to keep cables tidy

Kate Russell has a novel way to keep your appliance cables neat and tidy.

'Eternal' camera takes endless snaps

A camera powered by the light it uses to take pictures has been invented by American scientists.