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Plane aborts takeoff after crashing into fish
A US pilot has spoken of his shock at having to abort takeoff because his plane crashed into a fish.
Tesco queue row punch customer avoids jail
A vulnerable man who "flipped" when a Tesco Express shop assistant told him he had joined the wrong queue when he finally reached the till has been sentenced for punching one worker in the face and verbally abusing another.
Boss of bitcoin exchange found dead in Singapore
The boss of a virtual currency exchange has been found dead at her home in Singapore.
Rio Carnival: Millions enjoy world's biggest party
Streets across Brazil have been swamped with carnival revellers, with the largest parties attracting more than one million merrymakers.
Ellen's Oscars photo: the selfie pic that broke Twitter
Ellen DeGeneres' selfie photograph during the Oscars ceremony - with a line-up of stars including Meryl Streep, Jennifer Lawrence, Kevin Spacey, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt - went straight on to Twitter and promptly went viral.
Crufts Live: Video and pics world's greatest dog show
Crufts, the UK's annual festival of all things pooch-related, is in full swing with a distinctly international flavour, with more than 2,000 dogs from overseas joining their British counterparts in Birmingham.
Human Barbie wants to live on air and light alone
Ukrainian model Valeria Lukyanova dubbed the “human Barbie” has revealed she is training herself to live off only light and air.
The top 50 things we hate most about modern life
Northern Ireland Nightlife - pubs, clubs and parties 2014
The Troubles gallery - John Hume detained in 1971
Strawberries boom after mild winter
English strawberries have gone on sale in supermarkets after the very wet but mild winter helped them ripen early.
Tennis stars backing Elena Baltacha
UK tennis stars have rallied behind former British women's tennis number one Elena Baltacha after she revealed she has liver cancer.
Ukip defends its use of EU funding
The UK Independence Party said its use of European Union taxpayers' money was "entirely legitimate and within the rules" as a Liberal Democrat said he would seek an official investigation into claims it may have breached Brussels regulations.
Ball content with life in limelight
Berkshire-born Jake Ball will continue living the dream at Twickenham on Sunday when he attempts to plot England's RBS 6 Nations downfall.
Fairytale ending can wait - Heaslip
Ireland must delay the "fairytale" ending to Brian O'Driscoll's iconic international career by one more week, according to Jamie Heaslip.
Lancaster: We have enough depth
Stuart Lancaster has shrugged off the presence of six players who were qualified to represent England in Wales' starting XV at Twickenham on Sunday.
Corrie is fixing cobbles wobble
A "Caution: Roadworks" sign might have to appear on Coronation Street after stars reportedly complained about the safety of the cobbles at the soap's new set.
McCall tells of Sport Relief tears
Davina McCall has revealed she had barely cried for years until she undertook her gruelling Sport Relief challenge last month - during which she sobbed repeatedly.
Joe Nawaz's TV View: I just couldn't get in tune with Eurovision show
The road to Eurovision was paved with good intentions, honestly. I was in the Post Office the other day picking up a parcel of old VHS Blake's 7 episodes (because I'm simultaneously that much of a sci-fi geek AND a luddite). I was about to offer my ID up, when the postal clerk cheerfully waved it away and told me that he read and – yes – enjoyed my column, right here! On this page!