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First Minister Carwyn Jones tells BBC Radio Wales he does not believe Prime Minister David Cameron cares "two hoots" for Welsh NHS.
Hong Kong police investigate the disappearance of a painting worth $3.7m from a hotel, amid reports it may have been accidentally thrown away.
The musician and activist Billy Bragg on how restricting access to guitars in prison will damage his charity's work
A trainee solicitor is jailed for 18 weeks for leaving her boxer dog to starve to death in the kitchen of her Bristol home.
A medical charity accuses the UN in South Sudan of "shocking indifference" towards people sheltering at its compound in the capital, Juba.
One of Britain's top sailors was urged to "go faster" before a night-time speedboat crash which left a schoolgirl brain damaged, a jury hears.
A new investment group is looking for small British luxury brands to emulate the success of the established luxury heavyweights.
Readers' photos on the theme of "growth"
Search teams reacquire signals first heard at the weekend that may come from the missing Malaysia Airlines plane's "black box" flight recorders.
The government has announced plans for more rigorous GCSEs and A-levels in England.
The region of ocean floor where Malaysia Airlines MH370 is thought to have come down was mapped by satellites that inferred the shape of the seabed from the shape of the water surface above.
Prince George's only official engagement in New Zealand has taken place as he crawled around with other babies.
The Hillsborough disaster "ripped out the pages" of a 23-year-old man's life, his sister tells his inquest.
The home secretary loses a High Court battle over the financial support given to the poorest asylum seekers while their claims are being processed.
Kenya sends back 82 Somalis to Somalia after launching a massive security force operation to flush out illegal immigrants and militant Islamists.
A slice of fruit cake from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's wedding - in its presentation tin - sells for £420 at auction.
Netflix 4K streaming is now available to regular subscribers but the new feature of the on-demand video service will not work on pre-2014 televisions.
A powerful bomb blast strikes a market on the outskirts of the Pakistani capital Islamabad, killing at least 20 people, police and medics say.
The post-mortem into the death of Peaches Geldof has proved inconclusive pending the result of toxicology tests, police say.
Maria Miller resigns as culture secretary following a row over her expenses, but Labour says David Cameron's handling of the affair has "undermined trust in politics".