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Five ways to persuade voters back to the polls
Fewer than one in five eligible voters in some parts of England previously chose anyone to represent them in local elections, raising fears of a democratic deficit.
Radio 1 Newsbeat's Dan Whitworth describes getting back on his bike after a crash - with the help of the driver who hit him.
Storytelling events are growing in popularity with people sharing their most intimate experiences on stage. But how intimate is too intimate?
The first British Airways scheduled flights between Heathrow Airport and Inverness for nearly 20 years are due to begin.
Leicester City supporters celebrate the Chelsea goal against Tottenham that hands them the Premier League title.
How cloud computing helps us discover at the speed of light
Benedict Cumberbatch talks about his role as Richard III in the new BBC Two series The Hollow Crown: The Wars of the Roses.
Bottling water for profit in drought-hit California
Lending from family members to help their children get on the UK property ladder will amount to £5bn in 2016, according to L&G.
Leicester City fans celebrate one of the most unlikely achievements in sporting history, after the 5,000-1 outsiders win the Premier League.
Leicester City defender Christian Fuchs posts a video showing the team celebrating the moment the 5,000-1 outsiders became Premier League champions.
A team of bargain buys, journeymen and unpolished gems - who are Leicester City's rejects turned Premier League champions?
Leicester's world number one Mark Selby beats China's Ding Junhui 18-14 to win his second World Championship title.
Leicester City will see their revenues grow after winning the Premier League title for the first time, sports marketing experts say.
Dundee United are relegated to the Scottish Championship after Craig Wighton's late goal condemns them to defeat.
Ferrari says it is on course for a record 2016 after posting a rise in profits and sales for the first three months of 2016.
Politicians brawl at the Turkish parliament over proposed changes to the constitution.
The Daily Mail's horoscope writer Jonathan Cainer dies following a suspected heart attack.
US Secretary of State John Kerry says the Syrian conflict is "in many ways out of control", as he tries to salvage a nine-week truce.