Princess Charlotte was christened in front of the Queen and close family and friends today as the Cambridges had their first public outing as a family of four.
A rare Spitfire which lay buried on Calais beach for 40 years, is on display in London to mark the 75th anniversary of the Battle of France and Britain, before being auctioned off for charity.
The BBC should not be impartial when reporting on Islamic State, a senior Tory has claimed.
In the midst of the Northern Ireland Troubles, it was suggested that the entire population of Hong Kong should be uprooted and relocated in a new city built in the middle of the province.
Of course, this just means they have another means by which to terrorise you now.
A raccoon called Melanie has proved she has the intelligence of a human toddler - if you have a child that brushes floors and pushes shopping trollies about.
The crew of the William Blannin enjoyed a once-in-a-lifetime moment when they saw a pod of killer whales playing by their boat off the coast of north-east Scotland.
A couple with a shared love of aeroplanes are selling a 1991 Gulf War jet through online small ads site Gumtree after a six-year restoration project.
A woman with an ‘English or Australian accent’ who was found with no ID but who calls herself Sam has turned to social media in a bid to locate friends and family who might know her true identity.
UFO enthusiasts in Dublin spotted something strange hovering over the city – but the flying saucer turned out to be nothing more than a freak cloud.
A pair of Queen Victoria's cotton knickers with a 45 inch waistline could fetch thousands of pounds when they go under the hammer next week.
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