England's lost football grounds - part II
An Argentine ex-police chief and ex-interior minister are among 15 people given life sentences for involvement in a torture centre in the 1970s.
A novel by British-born author Malcolm Lowry is being published 70 years after its manuscript was thought to have been destroyed in a fire.
The delicate operation to remove a crossbow bolt from a dog's head "took just one minute", the RSPCA says.
Does a good cause justify little girls using bad language?
Egypt declares a three-month state of emergency in parts of the Sinai Peninsula after two attacks there killed at least 31 soldiers.
Johann Lamont is standing down as leader of the Scottish Labour Party with immediate effect after criticising her Westminster colleagues.
Many financial providers are failing to properly explain the protection shoppers have when something goes wrong with a credit card purchase, consumer group Which? suggests.
Plans to turn an area of ancient Staffordshire woodland mentioned in the Domesday Book into a quarry anger conservationists.
Scientists from Harvard Medical School have discovered a way of turning stem cells into killing machines to fight brain cancer.
Saturday's newspapers focus mainly on the row over the European Union's demand for an additional £1.7bn from the UK. There is also the tale of the woman who is allergic to Simon Cowell.
Picasso Museum in Paris reopens after a five-year renovation
BBC News speaks to the creators of Smarpshare, who want employees to become brand ambassadors for their firms.
Paris's world-renowned Picasso museum is reopening after being closed for five years.
Ted Bishop, president of the PGA of America, is sacked after calling Ian Poulter a "little girl" on social media.
The hardship posting which may have inspired an English idiom
Have Jedis created a new 'religion'?
Better protection is needed for consumers buying used cars, says a commission studying the high level of complaints against the sector.
The cost of getting a driving licence is being cut following a recent public consultation, the government says.
Google executive Alan Eustace breaks the world altitude record for a parachute jump set two years ago by Felix Baumgartner.