A memorial to the thousands of crewmen who served in Bomber Command during World War Two is damaged by trespassers.
A 27-year-old man is seriously injured after going onto the tracks just outside Grantham railway station.
A report claiming a Market Rasen nursery was failing to teach toddlers about cultural diversity has been withdrawn by Ofsted.
A cyclist was fatally struck by a bus after braking hard and going over his handlebars, an inquest hears.
A major shake-up of maternity services in Lincolnshire is being considered, hospital bosses confirm.
Work to build a new football stadium and 500 homes in a Lincolnshire market town is set to begin
A cul-de-sac street sign is being repeatedly replaced with an alternative name by a prankster in an unexplained practical joke.
Lincoln Castle is one of 12 buildings across the East Midlands shortlisted for an architecture award.
An ex-serviceman creates part of a replica of a Lancaster bomber based on the original aircraft restored by his father.
Organisers test a 100m slide down one of the steepest hills in Lincoln to see if it is safe to be used by members of the public.
Sunday Politics with the week's headlines
John Goddard scores a late winner as Woking beat Lincoln City in a five-goal thriller in the National League.
The number of hospital admissions involving alcohol in Lincolnshire is reduced, according to Public Health England.
Hundreds of protesters broke through barricades and threw eggs at police outside a California hotel, delaying a speech by Republican Party front-runner Donald Trump.
The Pentagon says the bombing of an Afghan hospital that left 42 dead was not a war crime, confirming that 16 US troops will face disciplinary action.
UK consumers using their mobile phones in Europe will see cheaper bills from Saturday, as a further cap on roaming charges takes effect.
All 13 people on board a helicopter which crashed near the Norwegian city of Bergen are presumed dead, rescuers say.
A Russian jet fighter intercepted a US Air Force plane in an "unsafe and unprofessional manner" over the Baltic Sea, the Pentagon says.
More than 30 lions rescued from circuses in Colombia and Peru are being flown to a sanctuary in South Africa - in what is said to be the largest such airlift.
A six-storey building in the Kenyan capital Nairobi has collapsed, with Kenyan media reporting at least three deaths and more feared trapped.
A judge in the Argentine capital, Buenos Aires, bars nightclubs from opening until they have set up proper health and safety systems following recent drug deaths.
A mosque and a medical facility are reportedly targeted in Syria's second city of Aleppo, as the government announces a "regime of calm" in other regions.
President Kenyatta of Kenya urges action to end Africa's illegal trade in ivory as he prepares to host a summit on saving elephants from extinction.
A South Sudanese immigrant and prominent high school basketball player in Canada has been arrested after the revelation that his age may be closer to 29 and not 17, officials say.
Russia summons the Polish ambassador in Moscow to protest against a ban on Russian bikers from entering Poland as part of World War Two commemorations.
The Large Hadron Collider particle accelerator in Switzerland is offline after suffering a short circuit - caused by a weasel.
Construction workers laying pipes in a park in southern Spain unearth a 600kg trove of Roman coins, in what experts call a hugely important discovery.
Conservationists say the legal trade in ivory on the domestic market in China and Hong Kong is just providing a cover for the illegal smuggling.
Caitlyn Jenner posts video of female toilet use after Donald Trump supported transgender right to choose which facility to use.
A two-year-old boy has accidentally shot and killed his mother in the US city of Milwaukee, as Andy Moore reports.
Rugby is banned by the South African government from hosting international tournaments for failing to create enough opportunities for black players.
Queuing in China is not for the faint-hearted - one photographer has been documenting the phenomenon through history.
Fans and mourners gather to welcome the body of Papa Wemba to Kinshasa in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Concern over imprisoned teenager in Egypt
The Olympic flame is handed over to the Brazilian authorities, marking 100 days before the Games in Rio de Janeiro.
Why is this Indian woman painting her face black?
The online community who live stream their illegal calls
Why is North Korea's congress meeting after 40 years?
Nervous start for new Russian cosmodrome
Highlights from the previous seven White House Correspondents' Dinners
The country worst hit by Chernobyl gets its own reactor
Killing of top Aleppo paediatrician touches a nerve
The ballet troupe started in a Nigerian garage
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger claims his commitment to the club helped secure the bank loans required to fund the Emirates Stadium.
Ding Junhui equals the record for centuries by one player in a World Championship match en route to a 14-10 lead over Alan McManus in the semis.
Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel is handed a five-place grid penalty for Sunday's Russian Grand Prix owing to a gearbox change.
Middlesbrough edge a point clear at the Championship summit at least temporarily, despite being held by Birmingham City.
Scotland's Kirsty Gilmour is guaranteed a medal at the European Championships after reaching the semi-finals.
Landmarks, fans and even sausages are turning blue in Leicester as its football team get closer to winning an unexpected Premier League title.
Tournament organisers deny accusations that the pockets are bigger than normal at this year's World Championship.
Sir Bradley Wiggins pulls out of the Tour de Yorkshire on stage one as Dylan Groenewegen claims the leader's blue jersey.
A Leeds United director is criticised after using the hashtags 'ss' and 'gestapo' on social media while posting about a new haircut.
Scotland captain Greig Laidlaw kicks Gloucester to a 12-11 win at Sale to harm the Sharks' Premiership top-six hopes.
Catalans Dragons miss the chance to draw level with Super League leaders Warrington as they lose at Hull FC.
Formula 1 bosses agree a set of rules until 2020 aimed at reducing the cost of engines and ensuring their performance converges.
Rob Andrew will step down as RFU director of professional rugby at the end of the season, to be replaced by Nigel Melville.
British Cycling launches a review to uncover whether there are "fundamental behavioural issues" in its World Class Programme.
Britain's Tony Bellew will fight Ilunga Makubu at Everton's Goodison Park on 29 May for the vacant WBC cruiserweight title.
Manchester United's Juan Mata says Leicester's Premier League title challenge is a "little bit of fresh air".
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How a crush at a FA Cup semi-final between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest developed, leading to the deaths of 96 football fans.
It's BBC Sport and A Question of Sport's weekly quiz - have you been paying attention to what's been going on in the world of sport in the past week?
BBC football expert Mark Lawrenson takes on comedian and Brentford fan Nathan Caton in this week's Premier League predictions.
In her latest column, England and Chelsea Ladies forward Eniola Aluko talks about pressure, psychology and 'doing a Leicester'.
BBC Radio 1Xtra's Nick Bright on his inspiring sporting journey with a group of Northern Irish teenagers.
This week's sport on the BBC include the Snooker World Championship, Champions League semi-finals and the Russian Grand Prix.
Olympic sports news from the past week, plus the events coming up as the world's best athletes prepare for Rio.
The first six members of the athletics squad who will represent Team GB at the 2016 Olympics have been named by UK Athletics.
James DeGale faces Rogelio Medina in Washington DC on Saturday looking to defend his IBF super-middleweight title.
England opener Alex Hales says he has no regrets over resting from Nottinghamshire's first two matches of the season.
British cyclist Simon Yates will not be provisionally suspended despite failing an in-competition drugs test.
Sascha Kindred fails to make the Paralympic qualifying standard on the final day of the British Para-Swimming trials.
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino says he plans to sign a new deal that will keep him at the club until 2021.
Lewis Hamilton is fastest by a large margin as Mercedes' closest rivals Ferrari hit trouble in second practice at the Russian GP.
Tiger Woods plays his first stretch of holes since last August at the opening of Bluejack National, a course he helped design.
Vroum Vroum Mag proves an able replacement for Annie Power as she wins the Punchestown Champion Hurdle for Willie Mullins.
British Cycling chief Ian Drake says his organisation is not in crisis, despite Shane Sutton's exit amid claims of sexism and discrimination.
Huddersfield Giants end a run of five derby defeats by Leeds Rhinos with victory at the John Smith's Stadium.
Leone Nakarawa grabs a hat-trick as Glasgow Warriors run in 10 tries to demolish Zebre and move top of the Pro12.
Latest scores, century breaks, results and schedule for the World Championship at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield.
Tom Hamer sets a new British record as three more swimmers achieve Rio Paralympic qualifying standards at the British trials.
World number one Serena Williams withdraws from the Madrid Open with illness, with Agnieszka Radwanska becoming top seed.
An overtime goal from Robert Dowd gives Great Britain a 4-3 win over Estonia at their World Championship promotion group in Croatia.
England's world number one Laura Massaro beats third seed Raneem El Welily to reach the final of the World Squash Championship.
Munster boost their hopes of securing a European Champions Cup spot and dent Edinburgh's qualification prospects in Cork.
Munster's bonus point win over Edinburgh makes European qualification a tougher challenge for Cardiff Blues.
Derry City's nine-match unbeaten run is ended as Sligo clinch a deserved 2-0 League of Ireland win at the Brandywell.
A new book covers all four centuries of the suit, an enduring element of men's fashion.
Two men have appeared in court accused of giving money to a man suspected of being involved in the Brussels and Paris terrorist attacks.
The Queen and Prince Harry have responded to Barack and Michelle Obama's Invictus Games challenge.
Thousands of people have sung the Liverpool FC anthem You'll Never Walk Alone at a vigil in memory of those who died in the Hillsborough disaster
Double-Oscar winning actor Emma Thompson has had liquid manure sprayed at her while taking part in an anti-fracking demonstration.
A pioneering new treatment is giving is new hope for those with macular degeneration, as Pallab Ghosh reports.
As various parts of the UK experience snow and hail storms, the BBC's John Maguire reports on the holidaymakers not afraid to brave the cold.
A new report, Degree of Debt, looks at where in the English-speaking world students can rack up the highest amount of debt, and BBC News asks: "Is it worth it?"
The Chief Constable of South Yorkshire Police, David Crompton, has been suspended after the force was heavily criticised for its role in the Hillsborough disaster 27 years ago.
Smokers should be encouraged to use e-cigarettes to help them quit, says Dr Nick Hopkinson of the Royal College of Physicians.
The former editor of The Sun Kelvin MacKenzie tells the BBC's Richard Lister he was "completely duped" over the facts about the Hillsborough disaster.
After the Hillsborough inquest found that the 96 people who died in the Hillsborough disaster died unlawfully, BBC News asked people in Liverpool what the decision meant for them and the city.
An eight-year-old girl from Luton has amassed thousands of Facebook followers after memorising the entire Koran in Arabic.
Marcus Thompson speaks to Olympic and Paralympic rowers and trainers to see how Team GB is preparing for the 2016 Olympics in Rio.
The Labour Party has suspended Ken Livingstone in a row over remarks made by the MP Naz Shah.
Shadow Home Secretary Andy Burnham says that "real justice" had been delivered, but that "those responsible must be held to account".
A runner surprised his girlfriend during the London marathon when he pretended to stop to tie up his shoe laces, then proposed to her.
A sheepdog originally from a farm in Ceredigion appears to have made the 240-mile solo journey back to its birthplace from its new home in Cumbria.
MoD refuses to reinstate widow's pension
The steelworks in Port Talbot face an uncertain future. What do the town's children think about the future if the Port Talbot steelworks were to close?
Some of our the UK's best known and most talented actors took to the stage on Saturday at the end a day of events to mark the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare's death.
The BBC Business series My Shop visits a shop in Coventry where a local painter makes artworks with remote-controlled cars.
A group of local authorities have warned that government plans to make all schools in England academies could fail to raise standards.
The leader of the UK Independence Party, Nigel Farage, has criticised comments made by US President Barack Obama over Britain's future in the EU.
Shoppers in Leeds react to fears retailer BHS could file for administration as early at Monday, threatening 11,000 jobs.
A group of MPs has called on Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt to pilot the use of a new NHS contract in a bid to end the ongoing row with junior doctors.
The Ministry of Defence should be liable for prosecution over deaths of members of the armed forces during training, according to MPs.
Speaking exclusively to the BBC, US President Barack Obama speaks about Brexit, Syria and his wife, Michelle.
Student Maria Munir challenged President Obama on gender issues at an event in London.
Prince Charles joined some of the greats of British theatre on stage as they marked 400 years since William Shakespeare's death.
Pearl Mackie has been named as the new Doctor Who companion alongside Peter Capaldi's Time Lord in the Tardis.
Barack Obama has said it could take up to 10 years to negotiate a new trade deal with the United States, if UK voters decided to leave the EU.
Celebrations have taken place in Stratford-upon-Avon to mark the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death.
Over 100,000 patients are likely to be affected by the latest strike action being taken by junior doctors in England, according to NHS England.
David Cameron told a news conference that "our collective power and reach is amplified by membership of the EU".
London Mayor Boris Johnson has said that he finds the US's "lectures" on EU referendum "paradoxical [and] very odd"
The first national research centre dedicated to understanding miscarriage in pregnancy is opening in the UK
Watch a skilful three-point turn by US President Barack Obama's armoured limousine, nicknamed The Beast, during his visit to Downing Street, London.
Four bicycle couriers are taking their companies to an employment tribunal in a case that could impact on the working lives of as many as half a million people.
A mother and daughter trapped on the Alton Towers Smiler crash have spoken for the first time about their ordeal after the theme park admitted responsibility.
Blind runner Rachel Mentiply and her sighted running partner Rob Harris are taking part in the London Marathon.
The original classroom where William Shakespeare is believed to have studied and seen his first plays opens to the public for the first time this weekend.
Stage actor Simon Russell Beale shares his favourite Shakespeare roles.
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