Cystic fibrosis: Company urged to lower cost of life-changing drug

Health ministers call on company to lower price of cystic fibrosis drug Orkambi so the NHS can afford it.

UN Security Council seeks to heal Syria divisions in Sweden

Members of the Security Council seek to heal divisions over Syria during a meeting in Sweden.

One dead in two multi-vehicle crashes on A12 in Suffolk

A six-vehicle collision was followed by a three-vehicle crash on the opposite carriageway.

Carolyn Harris yn ddirprwy arweinydd newydd Llafur Cymru

Carolyn Harris AS wedi ei dewis fel dirprwy arweinydd newydd Llafur Cymru, gan drechu Julie Morgan AC.

Welsh Labour: Carolyn Harris reaches out to Julie Morgan voters

The new Welsh Labour deputy leader said she will work for those who backed Julie Morgan for the post.

Man stabbed while walking along Glasgow footpath

The 21-year-old was walking with four friends in Glasgow when they were approached by three Asian men.

Four people hurt as bus crashes into house in Prestbury

The bus driver, a cyclist and two passengers on the bus were injured in the crash.

Avicii’s music ‘will live forever’: Tributes paid to the Swedish DJ

It’s not yet known how he died but he had been suffering from severe pancreatitis.

Man charged over death of woman in West Thurrock

Police found a woman fatally injured in West Thurrock after reports of an assault.

Will Trago Mills hit Merthyr Tydfil town centre shops?

Will a new out-of-town megastore hit trade in Merthyr Tydfil town centre?

Man charged over armed robbery in Edinburgh

The incident happened at a Scotmid store in the Inch area of Edinburgh last Sunday evening.

A417 Gloucestershire crash: Man dies in collision with lorry

The road is expected to remain closed until 11:00 BST.

Injured woman rescued from yacht off Fair Isle

The French woman was taken to hospital after a distress signal led to her rescue off Fair Isle.

Fed Cup: Johanna Konta wins after Heather Watson loses to Naomi Osaka

Johanna Konta levels Great Britain’s Fed Cup promotion play-off in Japan after Heather Watson loses the opener to Naomi Osaka.

The papers: Anger over energy bill rise

Scottish Power’s decision to raise its gas and electricity prices is branded “unjustifiable” in The Herald.

Northampton Town loan: Council private meeting criticised

Northampton Borough Council said its meeting would include confidential information.

Twitter plea sees football boots donated to Norwich school

More than 70 pairs of football boots were donated to Lakenham Primary School.

Luigi Basile custody death: Hertfordshire Police officers investigated

Luigi Basile’s death in a custody suite prompted an independent investigation.

Swansea hosts ‘biggest’ RAF centenary parade in Wales

About 400 RAF personnel march in Swansea to celebrate city’s long association with the Royal Air Force.

Rare brown bear dies in Italy capture operation

The endangered animal died in Italy during an attempt to fit him with a collar to track movements.

Home Office sorry for Border Force British passport ‘error’

The Border Force will re-advertise for 21 new jobs in NI, after an “error” required candidates to have a British passport.

Weekly paper review: LVF murder appeal and train crash anniversary

These stories plus a champion marmalade maker and hero organ donor make headlines in NI’s weekly papers.

Roberto Martinez replies to County Down schoolboy’s letter

Belgium team manager Roberto Martinez replies to 10-year-old football fan’s letter with online video.

Roberto Martinez thanks young NI footie fan for letter

Belgian manager Roberto Martinez replies to 10-year-old County Down football fan’s letter in online video.

The best and worst space films, according to Nasa

Welsh Labour’s 2018 spring conference

Watch Welsh Labour’s 2018 conference live from Llandudno.

Scottish Gossip: Celtic, Rodgers, Rangers, Murty, Partick Thistle, Hibs, Kilmarnock

Former Celtic striker Chris Sutton criticises Dermot Desmond’s comments regarding Brendan Rodgers being linked with Arsenal.

The plastic choking Indonesian rivers

A crisis of plastic waste in Indonesia has become so acute that the army has been called in to help.

Y Scarlets a’r Gleision yn anelu am ffeinal Ewropeaidd

Diwrnod enfawr i ddau o ranbarthau rygbi Cymru, gyda’r Scarlets a’r Gleision yn ceisio hawlio eu lle yn rowndiau terfynol cwpanau Ewropeaidd.

Richard Cockerill: ‘I want players to choose to play for Edinburgh, not Glasgow’

Richard Cockerill wants Edinburgh to usurp Glasgow Warriors as Scottish rugby’s dominant force, after signing a contract extension.