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A round-up of the latest stories from the world of sport - brought to you by the Sky Sports News team.
A man has spent hours sitting on a street corner with a sign declaring he is a bully as part of his sentence for harassing a neighbour and her disabled children.
A large black bear had a less than gentle landing after it was shot out of a tree using a tranquilliser gun.
The captain of a ferry that capsized off the coast of South Korea leaving more than 200 children dead or missing has apologised to the families of the victims.
The embattled Co-operative Group has confirmed a loss of £2.5bn for 2013, in what it described as a "disastrous year".
Peaches Geldof's funeral will be held at the same church where her mother Paula Yates' took place.
Australian officials supervising the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight have said that an underwater search for the black box recorder based on "pings" possibly from the device could be completed in five to seven days.
The booming housing market is causing a generation of young people to become increasingly pessimistic about their chances of getting on the property ladder, according to a new study.
Teachers are considering a fresh walkout just weeks after strike action forced schools across England and Wales to close.
AC/DC guitarist Malcolm Young is taking a break from the band to focus on his health, the band has said.
Online payment firm PayPal has announced plans to prevent users from sharing their computers, smartphones and tablets with anyone else, even family members.
At least 12 Sherpa guides have been killed after an avalanche swept down the slopes of Mount Everest.
The Duchess of Cambridge turned down a chivalrous offer from her husband as the Royal couple continue their tour of Australia.
Sky's Naomi Kerbel offers a round-up of what's been and what's coming up in the week's business news.
X-Men director Bryan Singer has been accused of drugging and raping a teenage boy in the late 1990s, according to a lawsuit filed in a US court.
A powerful earthquake has been felt in Mexico's capital, shaking buildings and sending people running into the street.
Sainsbury's is recalling 500g packs of its SO Organic Sultanas as a precuation after salmonella bacteria was detected in routine testing.
The US has warned Russia it will face further sanctions if pro-Russia militia in eastern Ukraine do not disarm, as the Kremlin admits reinforcement troops have been sent to the border.
The tourism industry in the South West of England is hoping a successful Easter weekend will prove a much needed boost.
A high school vice-principal rescued from the capsized South Korean ferry has been found hanged, according to police.
The father of a Brighton teenager who was killed fighting in Syria has told Sky News his son was "no danger" to the UK.
The number of people donating their kidneys to strangers has risen dramatically in the last seven years.
A review ordered by the Royal Bank of Scotland has cleared the lender of fraud against small and medium-sized business customers.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have taken to the beaches of Sydney - but kept their shoes on.
The chief executive of Barclays effectively ruled out a full-scale retreat from investment banking on Thursday but warned that a shake-up of the group potentially costing thousands more jobs at the division would be unveiled within weeks.
An Iraqi immigrant has been convicted of bludgeoning his wife to death, prompting an outburst by him and several family members in the courtroom.