Dancing celebrations as the Cook Islands welcome the Commonwealth baton.
The first man to swim the length of Britain shaves off the beard he grew to protect his face from jellyfish.
British Paralympic bronze medallist Ben Quilter announces his retirement from judo to spend more time with his family.
Fire chiefs urge the public to take extra care during power cuts after a family escapes a gas canister explosion in their flat.
Farmers on the Somerset Moors and Levels create new breeding habitat for cranes as part of a project to reintroduce the species.
Cyclists who staged protests over the deaths of six people in London risk scaring people off from ditching their cars and switching to bikes, Boris Johnson is to say.
BBC Sport's analyst Simon Hughes shows how England should deal with fast bowling ahead of the third Test in Perth.
A 116-year-old seawater pool in St Helier will be restored thanks to government funding.
A retired manager completes a seven-month charity challenge to travel with his horse around the UK.
The first of the funerals for the nine victims of the Glasgow helicopter crash is taking place.