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The garden at the former home of a jailed paedophile couple, who knew serial killers Fred and Rose West, is being dug up by police based on a tip-off.
The UK's biggest payday lender - Wonga - saw its losses double last year as tougher regulation in the industry continued to bite.
Sainsbury's reports a fall in annual underlying profits as the supermarket price war continues to hurt the retailer.
South Africa's Doping Control Laboratory becomes the fourth lab to have its accreditation suspended by Wada within a month.
BBC Radio 3 will regularly broadcast birdsong as part of its commitment to "slow radio".
The government is coming under increasing pressure to accept 3,000 child refugees from the Syrian war who have made it into Europe unaccompanied.
Victory in Indiana tightens Donald Trump's grip on the US Republican presidential nomination after defeat forces rival Ted Cruz from the race.
Manager Mixu Paatelainen will soon be leaving Dundee United as talks over a financial package for his departure begin.
Retailer Next warns that its sales and profits could be lower than previously forecast as it remains worried about a slowdown in consumer spending.
Leicester City's title win will be hard to repeat because the rich teams almost always succeed, says manager Claudio Ranieri.
A jewellery shop is raided at a north London shopping centre, with sledge hammers and pick-axes recovered afterwards.
A Chinese company is free to use the name "iPhone" on its handbags and leather goods after Apple loses a trademark court ruling in China.
Leaving the EU would involve years of "complex and daunting" negotiations, peers warn, but Leave campaigners say it should only take two years.
Fashion in the age of technology is being celebrated at the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute exhibition.
The continuing row over anti-Semitism in the Labour Party, more Leicester City celebrations, and why Labradors love food all feature in Wednesday's papers.
A huge wildfire forces the evacuation of about 60,000 people from Fort McMurray - the entire population of the city in the Canadian province of Alberta.
The French fashion house, Chanel, is staging a fashion show in Cuba.
Sixty years of the childbirth group that sits in circles
High-achieving primary schools which become academies show no improvement, but weaker schools make more progress, according to research.
Ted Cruz announces he is ending his campaign for the US Republican presidential nomination, after losing heavily to Donald Trump in the Indiana primary.