A mystery donor has offered a reward of 60,000 dollars for information that could help locate the remains of three people who went missing during the Troubles in Northern Ireland.
A former doctor has unveiled jewellery which depicts thousands of years of human genetic code, as part of an exhibition.
Here are the key timings for the declaration of the UK’s results in the European parliamentary elections. All times are approximate.
AI virtual assistants such as Alexa and Google Assistant reinforce gender stereotypes which portray women as “subservient” by relying on female voices, a UN report has said.
Washington has become the first state in the US to approve composting as an alternative to burying or cremating human remains.
Top Trump administration officials have told Congress that recent actions by the US in response to the situation in Iran have deterred attacks on American forces.
The Prime Minister’s latest attempt to break the Brexit deadlock has been branded as “desperate”, “dangerous” and “a gamble too far” as Britain’s national newspapers give their verdicts on her 10-point compromise plan.
US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump will visit Ireland while on a visit to Europe in June, a White House spokesman has said.
Plastic straws, stirrers and cotton buds are to be banned in England from next year to tackle pollution and protect the environment.
The number of disabled people on housing waiting lists has risen by almost 80% in the last two years, new research suggests.
The Church of Scotland can provide a model of how to debate potentially divisive issues, Nicola Sturgeon will tell senior religious figures.
Plans to strengthen and grow the Scotch whisky industry over the next three decades will be at the heart of the sector’s annual conference.
Children in the poorest areas of Scotland are about three times more likely to be injured in a road accident than those in the richest parts, according to research by a charity.
Environmental campaigners are aiming to involve one billion people worldwide in a “visual survey” of plastic pollution as part of the second annual One Plastic Free Day.
New technology has allowed the public to “immerse themselves” in a cancer operating theatre for the first time in the UK by filming surgery on 360-degree video.
Theresa May will face hostile MPs as she sets out her latest Brexit deal in the Commons on Wednesday.
The Prime Minister features on many of the front pages on Wednesday after setting out last-ditch plans to get a Brexit deal through Parliament, while the collapse of Jamie Oliver’s restaurant chain also makes headlines.
Tesla has reportedly hired the man responsible for a viral tweet about a sizeable sheep to be the company’s social media manager.
A man left traumatised and on crutches by the Finsbury Park mosque terror attack said the Government has been “blindsided” by the rise of the far right because of its preoccupation with Islamic extremism.
Nigel Farage has said the Brexit Party will demand to have places on the EU negotiating team if they come top in the European elections this week.
Jeremy Corbyn has broken fast with members of the north London Muslim community to mark two years since the Finsbury Park mosque attack.
A complaint alleging Nigel Farage failed to declare donations from Leave campaigner Arron Banks will be investigated by the European Parliament.
German authorities on Tuesday handed over to Israel some 5,000 documents kept by a confidant of Franz Kafka, a trove whose plight could have been plucked from one of the author’s surreal stories.
More than 14,000 school children are to be given their own copy of a short story as part of a council drive to combat littering.
The Queen has said she hopes a government can be formed in Northern Ireland as “civil servants can’t do all the jobs”.
A world record 457,861 people have entered the ballot for a place in the 40th London Marathon next year.
Screening for heart failure by GPs and follow-up after diagnosis are “sub-optimal” in the UK, researchers have suggested.
The Prime Minister Theresa May has set out a 10-point compromise package ahead of what she indicated would be her final attempt to secure approval for a deal which has already been rejected three times by MPs.
Charles and Camilla are underpinning a Big Lunch project benefiting six million people a year, one of its organisers has said.
An Indian marketing firm at the centre of an Instagram data breach has called claims about the incident “inaccurate”.
Belfast’s new Sinn Fein mayor has urged unionists to judge him with an open mind, as he highlighted his family links to the Orange Order and British military.
Theresa May will offer MPs a vote on whether to hold a second Brexit referendum in a last-ditch effort to get a deal through Parliament.
Google has updated its rules on advertising related to abortion, forcing companies to apply for approval first and disclosing their stance in search results.
The rate of drug deaths in Scotland is the highest in Europe and numbers are still on the rise, an official report has said.
The London markets rose as investor sentiment was buoyed as trade tensions between the US and China appeared to ease.
A Polish mother who gave birth to sextuplets has visited her babies who doctors say are doing fine.
Several Eurosceptic Conservatives reacted angrily after Theresa May proposed a new Brexit deal with the promise of a vote on a second referendum.
Business leaders have urged MPs to back Theresa May’s latest Brexit deal, but trade unionists have dismissed it as a “desperate last throw of the dice”.
There is a “clear majority” in favour of councils being given powers to bring in a new levy on workplace parking, research by a Holyrood committee has found.
The Prince of Wales greeted a well-wisher in Co Fermanagh with a broad smile as she congratulated him on his newest grandchild.
The Scottish Parliament has held what is thought to be the UK’s first government debate on the menopause.
Ukraine’s new president has ordered the dissolution of the nation’s parliament and called a snap election in two months.
Metro Bank staved off calls from advisory bodies to reject founder Vernon Hill’s election at its annual general meeting (AGM), but shareholders raised their frustrations over executive pay.
The UK’s infected blood scandal has potentially claimed more lives than Northern Ireland’s Troubles, a contamination victim has said.
The SNP will vote against Theresa May’s deal in a bid to stop Brexit, Nicola Sturgeon has pledged.
Former White House aide Don McGahn has been told he will be held in contempt of the US Congress after failing to appear in front of the House Judiciary Committee.
Any form of Brexit could cause “severe difficulties” for Scottish festivals, Culture Secretary Fiona Hyslop has suggested.
MPs will be given the opportunity to vote on whether to hold a second referendum on Britain’s membership of the European Union, Theresa May has announced.
The number of teachers suffering with their mental health is “extremely worrying”, the Education Secretary has said.
A number of police officers are in attendance following a three-vehicle smash in the Hilltown.