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A former police superintendent tells the Hillsborough inquests of his "profound regrets" for not requesting a delayed kick-off at the 1989 FA-Cup semi final.
Detectives investigating the murder of Bath woman Melanie Hall in 1996 ask the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) for a charging decision.
The University of Ulster tells its staff it will have to make an immediate budget cut of £3.15m as a result of financial pressures at Stormont.
David Cameron has said that freezing working benefits so that they do not rise by more than wages is "a basic fairness".
Voice-activation functions on smartphones and other devices can be a significant security risk, warn researchers.
A boy with irreversible brain damage should be taken off a life-support machine despite the objections of his parents, a High Court judge rules.
Boris Johnson brings out fish puns to mock his political opponents and pledges to fight UKIP on the beaches.
A poster encouraging Sainsbury's staff to get customers to spend more is put up in a store window by mistake.
The Police Service of Northern Ireland is to close more than 300 temporary agency posts at the end of the year, spelling the end of the Historical Enquiries Team.
The online auction site eBay is planning to split off its payments system PayPal into a separate company next year.
News images from around the world: 30 September
David Cameron smiles as Boris Johnson gives Tory delegates "permission to purr" over the Scottish referendum result.
Authorities in India investigate reports that a five-year-old boy was allegedly locked up in a kennel by his school teacher as punishment for talking to another child in class.
Firearms carried by police officers in Scotland are expected to be covered with a new type of holster to make them less visible to the public.
Experts on ways to encourage children to look after their teeth
The Liberal Democrats have signed a deal with Labour to pass the Welsh government budget, which includes extra spending on education and the completion of a link road.
Is Theresa May's plan to tackle extremists workable?
Newcastle manager Alan Pardew's job is thought to be safe for the time being, despite his side being second bottom of the top flight.
Footage filmed by a drone captures the scale of Saturday's pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong's central business district.
Nick Grimshaw's Guinness World twerking record is broken by fellow Radio 1 DJ Greg James immediately after his attempt.