The Food Standards Agency has issued a warning after a man died as a result of drinking pear juice laced with cocaine.
Huddled against the cold and with heads bowed, a small congregation remembered the Clapham rail crash exactly 25 years after it claimed 35 lives.
Police have closed off the stretch of shoreline at Weston in Hampshire, and said officers are keeping an open mind as to how the remains got there
British Airways cancelled about 150 domestic and European flights in an effort to protect its long-haul schedule
The Wessex League Division One's crest has been deemed too similar to Tottenham's
iPhone and iPad app locates nearest defibrillator for people suffering cardiac arrest
Childbirth is an erstwhile feminine mystery that television has helped demystify in recent years, thanks in particular to One Born Every Minute.
Forecast from Cabinet ministers follows announcement that protected Glasgow shipbuilding jobs while scrapping them in Portsmouth
Brendan Rodgers, the Liverpool manager, has insisted he has not even considered the prospect of making an unexpected title challenge despite his club setting the early Premier League pace.
BBC postponed screening of documentary after arrest
Ten years after a 'death audit' was triggered by claims of opiate overuse, ministers are set to act
Two late drop goals from Daniel Holdsworth prevented Wigan from showing that whatever their Challenge Cup-winning senior players can do to Hull, their young reserves can do too.
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Coroner rules that wound was caused by cellulitis infection, not hot drink, and that there was no evidence 73-year-old would have survived if different action was taken
Helicopter Safety Steering Group urged precautionary flight ban until there is 'sufficient factual information' to resume