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The chairman of South Africa's power utility resigns following calls for him to be sacked over allegations of interfering with operations.
Car maker Honda announces it is to invest £200m in its UK plant - a year after it cut hundreds of jobs due to falling sales.
Police are continuing to investigate the deaths of British couple Peter and Jean Tarsey, both 77, who were found dead with bullet wounds in a village near Benidorm.
Kingfisher, the owner of DIY chains B&Q and Screwfix, is to close about 60 B&Q stores in UK and Ireland over the next two years.
Winds of up to 97mph hit parts of Wales as motorists are warned to expect difficult conditions on the roads.
A study finds that ants on board the International Space Station still use teamwork to search new areas, despite falling off the walls of their containers for up to eight seconds.
The village of Botton in North Yorkshire has been home to people with learning disabilities for 60 years, but there are claims that the community could be under threat.
At least 15 people have died in landslides following floods in Indian-administered Kashmir, officials say.
Filming on the fifth Pirates of the Caribbean film is delayed until 15 April as star Johnny Depp continues to recover from a hand injury.
Comedian Trevor Noah will replace Jon Stewart on The Daily Show, it is announced.
One week on from the Germanwings plane crash in the Alps, the search for victims' remains intensifies.
Plaid Cymru has not yet convinced Welsh voters to switch from Labour, former Plaid leader Lord Elis-Thomas says.
Two men are rescued after the tug boat they were working on capsized and sank off Fawley marine terminal in Southampton Water.
Louis Tomlinson calls Naughty Boy "inconsiderate" as a new Zayn Malik track is shared on Twitter.
Chinese tech giant Huawei Technologies says profits jumped a third last year, boosted by strong performances in all its businesses.
Last hours of intensive diplomacy over Iran's nuclear programme take place in Switzerland ahead of Tuesday's deadline for a long-awaited deal.
Some of the biggest names in entertainment have re-launched the music subscription service Tidal, which they claim will change musical history.
Scottish authors Alexander McCall Smith and Irvine Welsh are among six writers nominated for an award celebrating the year's funniest books.
The BBC's Lina Sinjab spent the day with Um Bassam, a Syrian Palestinian mother of five who fled Syria for Lebanon.
Tuesday's papers mark the beginning of the formal election campaign with a raft of stories about the scope and nature of the spending cuts which would be likely after the general election.