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Greenfeeds Limited worker Gavin Rawson died trying to save his colleague Nathan Walker.
The government's new cost of living tsar says he wants "old friends and colleagues... to help the British people".
Leading UK fertility clinics continue to see growth in egg-freezing treatments.
A new survey reveals 52% of young Africans are considering emigrating - some of them told the BBC why.
Actress Clara Darcy says she is grateful for having had a rare form of brain cancer.
Collin Morikawa takes a share of the US Open lead with Jon Rahm, Rory McIlroy and Scottie Scheffler in hot pursuit.
As Prince Charles prepares to meet Commonwealth heads, should he be blamed for his private comments?
Renowned surgeon David Nott is passing his experience on to hard-pressed doctors in war-torn Ukraine.
In an exclusive interview, Jamaica's foreign minister Kamina Johnson Smith denies being a proxy candidate for the UK government.
A Watergate prosecutor on the similarities she sees between that scandal and last year's US Capitol riot.
A selection of powerful images from all over the globe, taken in the past seven days.
Ferrari's Charles Leclerc suffers the latest of a series of blows to his title hopes with a grid penalty for excessive engine usage.
Several stories lead Saturday's front pages, but the cost-of-living crisis continues to dominate.
Lord Geidt says he resigned over the government's "openness" to breaking international law.
The national park, celebrating its 150th anniversary, has been closed during its tourist season.
The Russian president says the economic restrictions are "more harmful" to those who imposed them.
Exam boards have apologised for mistakes in this year's A-level and GCSE papers.
UK journalist Dom Phillips and indigenous expert Bruno Pereira went missing in the Amazon on 5 June.
Deaf people can make 999 calls via a service connecting them to a British Sign Language interpreter.
At nearly 80, the former world number one is still campaigning for tennis to be more inclusive.