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A roundabout in Tewkesbury that features a wooden horse statue is named Roundabout of the Year.
Osborne aims to put Labour on spot with benefits and tax moves
Microsoft launches the Xbox One in China to become the first major console maker to enter a potentially lucrative market.
China editor Carrie Gracie asks if Hong Kong's finance workers believe China's claim that protests will harm its economy.
Artworks by one of Britain's most notorious prisoners are described by auctioneers as having "sense of humour".
The Ferguson shipyard in Port Glasgow wins its first ferry building contract since being rescued from closure.
Cardiff owner Vincent Tan says managerial target Russell Slade is helping them "a little bit on consultancy".
Kevin Maguire is challenged over the coverage of a Brooks Newmark photograph that led to the minister standing down.
Three people including a child are killed by a "monster truck" at a motor show in the east of the Netherlands.
A 5 live caller describes the "dreadful situation" he faced when his partner decided to stop cancer treatment.
The photo-sharing platform, owned by Facebook, has reportedly been blocked in China following protests in Hong Kong.
The Aldi supermarket chain posts a big rise full-year profits as its market share continues to grow, and 2014 looks to be an even better year.
Residents of 24,000 homes that lost water supplies for up to 48 hours when a main burst in Bristol will not receive compensation.
Scotland make a miserable start to their World Cup 2015 warm-up tour, suffering a 186-run hammering by Tasmania.
Three people are killed and many others injured as a "monster truck" ploughs into onlookers at a motor show in the Netherlands.
The political rise of Robert Mugabe's wife Grace
WPP Chief Executive Sir Martin Sorrell has said that a UK referendum on Europe would be "even more disruptive" for business than than the Scottish referendum.
Emma Thompson talks about writing the new adventures of Peter Rabbit over 100 years after the original Beatrix Potter book was published
Emergency workers in Peru have recovered eight bodies from the rubble of a village after a 4.9-magnitude earthquake hit the southern Cusco region.
The imprisoned former chief minister of the Indian state of Tamil Nadu, Jayaram Jayalalitha, appeals against her sentence for corruption.