Peter Worthington has had an amazing life. And his obituary, which he wrote himself, certainly has an arresting opening line.
Gylfi Sigurdsson's late strike earns Tottenham a point at Chelsea but they miss out on a chance to move into the Premier League's top four.
Thousands of Newport County fans celebrate the team's return to the Football League after 25 years, cheering on an open-top bus parade.
A source close to the investigation tells the BBC at least two Ohio women missing for about a decade were raped by their captors and threatened.
The government announces tougher rules for migrants as it outlines its programme for the next year in the Queen's Speech.
Tens of thousands of students in Chile resume their protests for free education as riot police say they have been attacked with petrol bombs.
A 45-year-old man arrested by police investigating a kidnap and robbery in Bangor has been released unconditionally.
A US teen is charged with homicide by assault after allegedly punching a football referee who later died in hospital in Salt Lake City.
An appeals court in Italy upholds the conviction for tax fraud of former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, and reinstates a four-year prison sentence.
Police say three Ohio women held captive in a house for about a decade were tied up and chained, as two of the victims go home.
A woman who started a fire which killed five members of a neighbouring family is told she must serve life for each murder with a minimum of 30 years.
David Beckham paid tribute to Sir Alex Ferguson after the Manchester United manager announced he was retiring.
US company BitTorrent unveils a new type of media file designed to make it easier for artists to make contact and sell content to their fans.
A woman says she was raped by Eddy Shah as a teenager after being sold to him by a prostitute who needed to pay bills, a court hears.
Two Zambian men plead not guilty in court to a charge of engaging in homosexual acts - an offence that carries a jail sentence of up to 14 years.
The jury in the trial of two men accused of murdering a man and his two children in a deliberate fire hears of the family's last moments together.
Germany's John Degenkolb grabs victory in stage five of the Giro d'Italia after a dramatic crash in the closing stages.
Where are the world's most sleep-starved young people?
Music streaming site Spotify has been forced to fix a loophole that allowed users free downloads of MP3 song files.
The PSNI football team hit by row over possible exclusion from this summer's World Police & Fire Games in Belfast.
Welfare changes could put access to schemes such as free school meals in jeopardy, a Welsh government minister claims.