Suspected slurry spill kills more than 1,200 fish
More than 1,200 fish have been killed in a suspected slurry spill.
More than 1,200 fish have been killed in a suspected slurry spill.
A boxer who boasted that he was the "hardest man" in his town has been jailed for life after murdering a soldier on a night out.
A 32-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the murder of a west Belfast father of one.
Greg Lake, whose single I Believe In Father Christmas was a hit in 1975, has died as the festive season begins.
An MP has moved colleagues to tears after revealing she was raped at 14, telling the Commons: "I'm not a victim, I'm a survivor."
England internationals Tom Wood and Courtney Lawes make an immediate return to club action when they start Northampton's key European Champions Cup clash against Franklin's Gardens visitors Leinster on Friday.
A nationwide strike in Greece against spending cuts has disrupted public transport, state-run schools, ferries and national rail services, and left hospitals running with emergency staff.
Controversial human rights lawyer Phil Shiner, who brought murder and torture claims against British Iraq War veterans, has admitted a string of misconduct charges including paying a fixer thousands of pounds for finding clients.
Around one in 10 crimes recorded by police are linked to domestic abuse, official figures show.
The door is still open for Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen to join the Full House reunion, star Candace Cameron Bure has said.
Hundreds of jobs have been safeguarded after the Ministry of Defence signed a £287 million contract for two more Royal Navy ships to be built on the Clyde.
Amid social, political and environmental tumult around the world, fresh and zesty "greenery" has been named colour of the year for 2017.
Shares in Capita have plunged to a 10-year low after the outsourcing firm warned over profits and moved to shore up its balance sheet by selling assets.
A renewable energy firm has submitted planning applications for schemes to generate "green gas" from grass - on sites where fracking is planned
I'm A Celebrity...Get Met Out Of Here! star Martin Roberts has said Larry Lamb delivered a tearful apology for the way he treated him in the jungle.
Former England captain Martin Corry has replaced Richard Hill on the Rugby Football Union Council.
The European Central Bank has decided to extend its bond-buying stimulus programme by another nine months to support the economy amid increasing turbulence from populist politics.
The son of a murdered prison officer has personally challenged Gerry Adams to name a former IRA leader who admitted the terror group carried out the killing.
Emerson, Lake & Palmer drummer Carl Palmer has paid tribute to his former bandmate Greg Lake, who has died aged 69.
Britain can never be safe from Syrian terror threats until the brutal civil war is brought to an end, spy chief Alex Younger has said.
A call for kippers to be put back on the menu of trains travelling along the East Coast Main Line is to be looked at by ministers.
Wind power has hit a new UK record of generating more than 10,000 megawatts of power, National Grid has said.
The family and friends of a man who died days after he was found critically injured on a Belfast street deserve answers, a coroner has said.
AMC Entertainment's deal to acquire the Odeon & UCI cinema chain risks falling foul of the UK's competition watchdog because it could lead to higher ticket prices for cinema-goers in Manchester.
Researchers want to hear from men who are forced by women to have sex against their will.
A policeman's badge, a sex toy and a Jack Russell dog are among the bizarre items left in pubs after a Christmas party, a study reveals.
Luxury handbag maker Mulberry sank to a half-year loss after investing in new products, but tourists taking advantage of the weak pound to snap up bargains helped send sales surging.
Screen star Tom Hardy cuddles up to his dog for his new role - as a bedtime storyteller on CBeebies.
Bookmakers were nursing hefty losses on Thursday amid reports that a cross-party group of MPs were on the verge of unleashing a clampdown on betting machines that allow punters to lose £300 a minute.
Basketball legend Michael Jordan now owns his Chinese name, after China's highest court sided with him following a lengthy legal battle over a trademark dispute.
Levels of the vomiting bug norovirus are now higher than in previous years, figures show.
The number of Sure Start children's centres closing has increased every year since 2010 with 156 shutting in 2015 alone, official statistics show.
An influential Commons committee is to tour the country as part of a new inquiry on immigration.
A piglet has been rescued after it was found running wild on a busy motorway.
US President Barack Obama and President-elect Donald Trump a re trading phone calls and pleasantries, just months after regularly flinging insults back and forth.
Russia is trying to destabilise German society with propaganda and cyber attacks ahead of the country's general election, Germany's domestic intelligence agency said.
Singer Lady Gaga has shared her story about battling with post-traumatic stress disorder in a heartfelt statement posted on her charity website.
Arsene Wenger has warned Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez they will not leave Arsenal before their contracts expire in 18 months time even if they fail to agree new deals at the club.
Former French budget minister Jerome Cahuzac has been sentenced to three years in prison in one of the biggest political scandals of President Francois Hollande's government.
A Danish politician has said he regrets saying migrants sailing to Europe should "be fired at" if they cross the continent's "territorial waters".
Racism and hate crimes are at their highest level on record, according to the latest figures from an independent reporting system.
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are not heading for divorce, one of the couple's close friends has said.
Simon Cowell does not deserve his "Mr Nasty" reputation, according to the X Factor's host Dermot O'Leary.
More than half of men would prefer to receive cash this Christmas over a gift, while women are more likely to favour receiving presents, a survey has found.
Online grocer Ocado has delivered double-digit sales growth but saw order sizes take a hit from the enduring supermarket price war.
Aldi is ramping up the battle for Christmas shoppers by increasing its festive food and drinks range as it takes aim at upmarket rivals Marks & Spencer, Waitrose and Fortnum & Mason.
The speaker of Iraq's parliament has said an air strike targeting the Islamic State-held town of Qaim in western Iraq, near the Syrian border, killed and wounded "dozens" of civilians, and he is holding the Iraqi government responsible.
Paris is continuing with controversial traffic control measures as the city f aces its worst winter pollution in 10 years.
President Bashar Assad has said that a victory for Syrian forces in the battle for Aleppo will be a "big gain" for his government but that it will not end the country's civil war.
The foreign aid department has said it is considering how to increase scrutiny of contractor spending after a newspaper investigation found it had soared to £1 billion a year.
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