WHAT possible benefit can there be to anyone in a 15-year-old girl, Paris Jackson, having her self-harm attempts reported in a newspaper (News, June 6). Shameful.
A school principal has lost a long-running battle to keep academic selection at a historic grammar school.
Prisoners of "Gypsy, Romany or Traveller" backgrounds are "significantly" over-represented in jails in England and Wales, inspectors have found.
The controversy over a Government scheme to deal with on-the-run Irish republicans should not be allowed to derail the peace process, justice minister David Ford said.
Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge's form this season leaves captain Steven Gerrard in no doubt he can be a star of this summer's World Cup.
Ireland must disregard France's finely-rehearsed "dishevelled place of chaos" act to claim the RBS 6 Nations title in Paris on Saturday, according to assistant coach Les Kiss.
Jezki got the better of My Tent Or Yours to claim victory in the Stan James Champion Hurdle at Cheltenham.
Susanna Reid has been crowned newsreader of the year at an awards bash days after announcing her defection to ITV.
Keith Richards is turning Street Writing Man with a new book for children.
Paul O'Grady has opted for a racy mode of transport to get to an awards ceremony in London on time - whizzing across the city on a motorbike.