Israel Adesanya beats Anderson Silva at UFC 234 in Melbourne after Robert Whittaker pulls out of his middleweight title defence against Kelvin Gastelum.
"We're coming for you," the pensions secretary warns company bosses who mismanage pension schemes.
The papers uncover stories of vulnerable children and political manoeuvres over the UK's EU exit.
The PM is expected to promise MPs another vote if she has not secured a revised deal this month.
US-backed guerrillas target what they say is the last pocket of IS resistance near the Iraqi border.
Metropolitan Police chief Cressida Dick believes being female and gay has encouraged new recruits.
Some of the week's most-Googled questions in the UK (including footballers and flamingos).
The prolonged uncertainty of the "Brexit fog" seems to be leaving its mark on prosperity.
Victims of these scams lost an average of £11,145 each last year, Action Fraud says.
Rob Bowker, known as Bibbledy Bob, says clowning is a great way to live your life.
The presidential election is the first with a group of voters who did not grow up under military rule.
How is the world's biggest trade fair for sweets adapting to a growing backlash against sugar?
Camera-laden towers and underground sensors plug the gaps in the existing US-Mexico border fence.
Merebeth Veit has invented a job for herself that satisfies the two loves of her life, animals and travel.
The Favourite has 12 nominations at this year's ceremony - but which stars will be Bafta's favourites?
The joint visual effects supervisor behind the Bafta-nominated film explains how the images were made.
Veganism is definitely having a moment, and for Rebecca Hills, 20, it was a way of hiding in plain sight.
Phuti Lekoloane is trying to break stereotypes and pave the way for other gay footballers in South Africa.
Jewish women have used the mikve for centuries, but in Israel there's been a push to change the tradition.
What's it like living with tinnitus and what are the best ways of managing the condition.