Anti-austerity Syriza party leader Alexis Tsipras vows to end Greece's "five years of humiliation and pain" after winning the general election.
Energy company SSE says it is cutting its domestic gas prices by 4.1% from 30 April, saving the average household £28 a year.
The Church of England will consecrate its first female bishop, Reverend Libby Lane, in a ceremony at York Minster later.
Downing Street is to review security procedures after a hoax caller was put through to Prime Minister David Cameron, Number 10 says.
A committee of MPs has called for a moratorium on shale gas fracking on the grounds that it could derail efforts to tackle climate change.
A health campaign is urging people not to ignore heartburn, because it could be a sign of stomach or oesophageal cancer.
A scheme allowing people to find out if their partner has a history of domestic violence has been used more than 1,300 times, police figures show.
Drivers claimed more than £3m compensation for pothole damage in Britain last year, a survey by the RAC Foundation suggests.
Forecasters predict a huge blizzard on the US north-east coast, with New York's mayor warning of a record storm and thousands of flights cancelled.
A 33-year-old Birmingham man accused of murdering two pensioners is found hanged in his prison cell, police say.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott uses Australia Day to announce a knighthood for Prince Philip, sparking criticism from lawmakers.
The impact of the dramatic general election in Greece, won by the anti-austerity Syriza party, is covered on many of the front pages.
The 2015 general election will be unlike any other - and is close to impossible to predict, says David Cowling.
Despite all the warnings, too many of us are living unhealthy lifestyles. This causes a serious burden - and not just to the individual, but to the NHS and wider society as well.
Poland and Russia exchange angry words over the liberation of Auschwitz death camp 70 years ago, Adam Easton reports.
Studies have shown that diversity in the workplace leads to higher revenues and dividends, but there are still road-blocks on the route to achieving a more balanced labour force.
US President Barack Obama is heading for India, but what will get done?
Scientists at the University of Rochester in New York have developed "self-cleaning" metal that enables water droplets to gather dust particles, then bounce and slide away.
Rory Cellan-Jones, technology reporter and presenter of the Tech Tent radio show, gives a round-up of the BBC's coverage of the week's big tech stories.
After being jilted three times, a man who tried to auction his ex-fiancée's honeymoon place finally finds a holiday partner.
Mark Ronson takes the top spots in both the UK single and album charts - the first person to do so since Miley Cyrus in October 2013.
Tom Daley swaps his "demon dive" for a new "firework" routine as he attempts to win gold at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
Who's still standing and who can go all the way to Wembley in the most open FA Cup in years.
How a controversial banner depicting an Anderlecht player's decapitated head came to be unfurled at a game in Belgium.
Top seed Serena Williams fights back against Garbine Muguruza to reach the Australian Open quarter-finals.
Fifa president Sepp Blatter accuses Uefa of lacking the "courage" to challenge his leadership in May's election.
The euro dipped to an 11-year low against the dollar after Syriza won the Greek general election.
Irish airline Aer Lingus says it is considering a revised offer of €2.55 a share from British Airways owner IAG.
People should be able to choose to vote online in the 2020 general election, a commission set up by Commons Speaker John Bercow concludes.
An MEP who has defected to the Conservatives had "reached the end of the road" with UKIP, party leader Nigel Farage says.