BBC London joins the Environment Agency during a crack down on anti-social behaviour on the River Thames.
England lose four late wickets as they close day three of the first Test at Lord's on 180-6, leading New Zealand by 205.
Wiltshire Police name the two female victims of what they call an "horrific incident", which also left three men seriously injured.
Tens of thousands of protesters, led by trade unionists, rally in the Italian capital Rome against the policies of the new coalition government.
Demonstrators march through London in protest at changes to the NHS.
Five decades after Fidel Castro ordered Cuba's golf courses to be closed down because he considered them "elitist", the island's communist government has approved the construction of a luxury golf resort.
A great-great-grandmother celebrates her 99th birthday by abseiling from the top of an 11-storey building.
A man and a woman have died after a motorbike crashes on the A1 in Gateshead.
Governors at a school accused of inappropriate use of public money are urged to "take action" by Westminster Council.
A British child who died in a pool at a hotel in Egypt is named as five-year-old Chloe Johnson from Forest Hill, south London.
Friends, family and colleagues pay tribute to a murdered Irish vet at a memorial service in Flintshire.
Grant Shapps has said the co-chariman of the Conservative Party, Andrew Feldman, did not makes the comments reported in several newspapers that described Tory activists as "mad, swivel-eyed loons".
Stephen Frears' Ali film flies solo at Cannes
Britain's Olympic heptathlon champion Jessica Ennis marries her long-term partner Andy Hill at a ceremony in Derbyshire.
Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand will this week sign a one-year contract to extend his Old Trafford career.
Olympic champion Greg Rutherford finishes third in the long jump in China, while Kirani James impresses in the 400m.
Bradford score three times in the opening half-hour as they beat Northampton at Wembley to win promotion to League One.
Saturday's racing at the NW 200 is abandoned because of persistent rain, with Michael Dunlop winning the only race to take place.
Fresh outbreaks of violence in Iraq have left at least eight people dead, police say, hours after the worst day of sectarian violence in the country for months.
Scotland's Chief Medical Officer calls for children aged between 10 and 17 to be vaccinated against measles.