England

Meningitis case confirmed at Bath nursery school

People who have been in contact with the child are being offered antibiotics, Public Health England say.

Northern Ireland

Sir John Gillen to lead serious sex crimes review

The review follows the public debate prompted by the trial of Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding.

England

Peterborough homeless pair must leave shopping arcade

Two rough sleepers must leave a city centre arcade where they are accused of having sex in public.

Scotland

Public warned not to approach wanted men

Police want to trace two men wanted in connection with a number of incidents in Dundee.

Scotland

Calls for crackdown on Forth Road Bridge drivers

Some motorists are still using the "public transport corridor" on the Forth Road Bridge.

Northern Ireland

Is RHI Inquiry giving an insight into everyday Stormont?

After almost 60 days of evidence the RHI inquiry has taken the public behind the scenes at Stormont.

Wales

Public Health Wales 'open and honest' on sexual health

A rise in people getting tested for STIs is putting extra pressure on clinics warns a new report.

Scotland

'Tremendous team effort' rescues stranded porpoise

The mammal was rescued from shallow water at Grangemouth after being spotted by a member of the public.

World

Alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur charged in eighth death

Toronto police have identified the latest suspected victim after seeking help from the public.

Entertainment

Thomas Gainsborough painting gets first public display

A painting by renowned artist Thomas Gainsborough goes on public display for the first time.

Wales

'False alarms put fire crews and the public at risk'

False alarms to the fire service put fire crews and the public at risk, a top fire officer claims.

Scotland

Castle visitors warned of 'angry badger' in cellar tunnel

The badger has temporarily closed Craignethan Castle's cellar tunnel to the public.

Entertainment

Criticality Not Commemoration: The BBC's Bewildering Decision To Air The 'Rivers Of Blood' Speech

The decision by theBBC to air Enoch Powell’s ‘Rivers of Blood’ speechin full in commemoration of its 50th anniversary is nothing less than bewildering.Widely acknowledged as one of the most provocative and racist public speeches in recen

Politics

Jeremy Corbyn pledges free bus travel for under-25s

The proposal would only apply in areas where bus services are back in public ownership, the party says.

World

Lufthansa cancels 800 flights amid strike action

A walkout by public sector workers forces the airline to ground half its flights on Tuesday.

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