The NHS in England needs extra money and drastic changes to the way services are organised if patient care is not to suffer, health bosses say.
A huge security operation is under way in Canada's capital Ottawa after a gunman killed a soldier at a war memorial and shots were fired in the parliament building.
Police killer Harry Roberts is to be released from prison after more than 45 years, after a decision by the Parole Board.
President Barack Obama expresses cautious optimism about the Ebola situation in the US, as new screening rules are introduced in the country.
Lloyds Banking Group is planning to cut around 9,000 jobs - around a tenth of its entire workforce - over the next three years, the BBC understands.
Military leaders failed to calculate the magnitude of the conflict in Afghanistan, the former head of the British army, Gen Sir Peter Wall, tells the BBC.
The owners of the Grangemouth plant say radical changes are on track a year after the site was closed by an industrial dispute.
The Department for Education has shelved plans for a code of practice for some religious schools which operate outside of mainstream education, the BBC learns.
Hate crime convictions are at an all-time high, but disability hate crime convictions have dropped, according to a new report.
The Syrian military has stepped up its air strikes on rebel-held areas dramatically, carrying out more than 200 in recent days, activists say.
Wild food foragers are being warned to be particularly careful when picking mushrooms because of a rise in cases of mushroom poisoning.
Mexico orders the arrest of the mayor of the southern town of Iguala, where 43 students disappeared after clashing with police last month.
Former Dr Feelgood guitarist Wilko Johnson says he has been cured of the terminal pancreatic cancer with which he was diagnosed in 2012.
Footballer Ched Evans has released a video statement in which he says he is "determined to continue the fight" to clear his name.
The manager of a cab firm in Rochdale has said that a small number of the company's customers are requesting white drivers, following the rise of the so-called Islamic State in the Middle East.
The US envoy tasked by President Obama with leading the fight against the terrorist group Islamic State (IS) in Iraq and Syria tells BBC Newsnight says Britain will "support us".
An elephant calf has been air rescued after he fell down a well in the remote region of Milgis Lugga in Northern Kenya.
ITV's Loose Women broadcasts a final interview with Lynda Bellingham, recorded earlier this month.
As the Ebola outbreak claims 20 lives a day in Sierra Leone, the BBC's Tulip Mazumdar reports from the capital Freetown on how volunteers are being trained to carry out safe burials.
Schools and nurseries need to step in to tackle the worrying trend of tooth decay in children, the advisory body NICE has said.
Many of Thursday's papers report on the shootings in the Canadian capital Ottawa, in which a soldier was killed, as well as plans to revamp the NHS.
Two dinosaur skeletons have been unearthed in Mongolia, solving a mystery that has baffled palaeontologists for 50 years.
The latest print edition of the Collins English dictionary contains 50,000 newly-added words, including selfie, onesie and adorkable.
Real Madrid score three goals in the first half to secure a comfortable 3-0 win at Liverpool in the Champions League.
More doubt is cast on the future of Caterham as their new owners threaten to quit the team in a row with ex-owner Tony Fernandes.
Arsenal score twice in the final two minutes to earn a dramatic comeback win at Champions League opponents Anderlecht.
Ex-Sheffield United and Wales striker Ched Evans wants a return to football after serving a rape sentence.
Wales prop forward Adam Jones says he is "gutted" at missing out on selection for the autumn internationals.
KPMG and financial regulators have been criticised in a report by MPs into Co-op Bank's failed bid to buy 632 Lloyds branches last year.
Allowing UK cities to make their own decisions on tax and spending could boost economic growth by £79bn a year by 2030, a year-long study has concluded.