Police find what they believe to be ammunition after the emergency services were called to the scene of an arson attack in north Belfast.
Shares in Google fall 5% despite reporting first-quarter profit of $3.45bn in response to worries over future income from advertising.
They are among the most reviled creatures on the Earth, but could maggots help British agriculture save millions of pounds and meet green targets?
Mystery surrounds the fate of more than 100 teenage girls abducted from a school in the remote north-east of Nigeria by suspected Islamist militants.
Pensioners could soon be told how long they are likely to live under a government plan to help them manage their money better.
As Indians vote in the biggest day of the general election, the BBC's Mike Wooldridge reports from Pakistan-administered Kashmir.
Local councils are urged to be open about whether they are using parking charges to raise income or to manage traffic.
BBC Sport's Pat Nevin looks at the reasons why former Everton manager David Moyes may be in for an uncomfortable return to Goodison Park on Sunday.
A failed rural heritage centre which cost the public purse more than £3.4m when it collapsed should have been more closely monitored, a government auditor says.
Priest's cover of Leonard Cohen becomes viral sensation
The prospects for the latest clinical trials of cancer drugs make some front pages, while many feature photographs of a ferry sinking off South Korea.
A new online portal could save the health service in Northern Ireland millions of pounds.
Compensation of up to £16m will be paid to train and freight operators following the destruction of the main railway line at Dawlish in the south-west of England.
The Queen will bring the Easter tradition of handing out Maundy money to Blackburn Cathedral later.
The Jockey Club, the organisation behind the UK's leading horseracing events, reports record profits for last year of £22m.
Ex-CIA contractor Edward Snowden risked the lives of secret agents by leaking documents containing their names, Conservative MP Liam Fox says.
There is "no new credible evidence of criminality" in files covering an east London borough, to suspect fraud, the Met Police says.
It is "too soon" to decide whether to scrap the national census, and the 2021 survey should go ahead, MPs advise.
China's internet giant Tencent will launch the popular Candy Crush game on the mainland in partnership with the game's creator King Digital Entertainment.
About 10,000 new drivers had their licences revoked after receiving six or more penalty points in 2012, Newsbeat finds through a Freedom of Information request.