You're more likely to have serious heart attack on a Monday than on any other day, scientists reveal

Analysis of health service records shows the likelihood of a heart attack occurring is 13 per cent greater on the first day of the working week.

Round of a-paws! Teddy the Great Dane is crowned 'UK's Most Mischievous Pet'

Camera company Wex Photo Video was inundated with images from doting pet owners across the UK when they opened the competition earlier this year.

IRA 'nutting squad' leader and British spy Stakeknife 'admitted murder'

Freddie Scappaticci, better known by his codename Stakeknife, headed the 'nutting squad' - the IRA's notorious internal security unit charged with rooting out suspected informers.

Families pack out beaches as Britain basks in the hottest day of the year so far

Families made the most of the sun by packing out Britain's beaches, as the Met Office said today was officially the hottest day of the year so far.

Omagh detective ‘aware of threats to his life’ before he was shot

Seven men accused of the attempted murder of DCI John Caldwell have now been remanded in custody

Interactive map highlights Britain's filthiest takeaways

In England, Wales and Northern Ireland, food standards are graded on a six point scale from zero to five. A five rating is deemed 'very good', while anything below a two needs improvement.

How gardening leaves Camilla creaking, yet she still finds it to be 'therapeutic'

King Charles is known as a dedicated gardener. Yet in Camilla he has found a partner who is equally green-fingered - even if, as she revealed yesterday, her exertions sometimes leave her aching.

Dog owners warned to look out for poisonous plant after it's linked to deaths of several pets

A damp spring is thought to have contributed to a bumper crop of the toxic plant, which is harmful to both humans and animals.

King Charles and Queen Camilla visit a library and cathedral in Armagh

King Charles visited St Patrick's Cathedral where met representatives from many different churches. Queen Camilla visited the Armagh Robinson Library, which is home to historical archives and fine art.

King Charles and Queen Camilla open a new Coronation Garden in Northern Ireland

King Charles and Queen Camilla have attended a garden party at Hillsborough Castle this afternoon during their two-day visit to Northern Ireland.

UK vs GB: What's the difference between Great Britain, the British Isles and the United Kingdom? 

The region, off the northwest coast of mainland Europe, has a collective history with a long list of terms to refer to different areas, both geographically and politically.

Temperature is set to hit 21C today with sunshine and little rain coming

The Met Office forecasts a mild day across most of the country, with dry conditions and sunny spells in Scotland and Northern Ireland.

Historic estate set on 1,637 acres with its own harbour and game shoot goes on sale for £9.5m 

The Logan Estate sits on the southwest coast of Scotland with views across the Irish Sea to Northern Ireland. Its new owner will instantly become Scottish nobility when they acquire the Barony of Logan.

Sinn Fein's vice president says attending the King's Coronation was 'the right thing to do'

Michelle O'Neill's presence at the Coronation is seen as another demonstration of the markedly improved relations between the Irish republican movement and the Royal Family since the peace process.

King Charles III Coronation: Thieves steal tents from campers on The Mall

Patrick McCrossan, 62, of Chelsea, West London, has been forced to sleep in an outdoor chair on The Mall after having two tents stolen ahead of the King's Coronation on Saturday.

LORD ASHCROFT: The monarchy has to change, but the King has time and goodwill on his side

LORD ASHCROFT: Voters in England, Scotland and Wales said that in a referendum tomorrow, they would keep the monarchy by comfortable margins.

All 76 bank branches that are shutting its doors this month

In the latest cull are branches for HSBC, Barclays, Lloyds, NatWest, TSB and Halifax spread across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

Heartbroken family say goodbye to brother and sister killed in Co Tyrone crash

A funeral for Dan and Christine McKane was held at today The Church of The Immaculate Conception in Strabane, after they were killed on the A5 near Aughnacloy on Thursday 27 April.

Forecasters warn to prepare for 'dull and wet' weather for the King's coronation May 6 

Brits bathed in glorious sunshine yesterday as the country saw one of the hottest days of the year with temperatures of 20C. But forecasters now warn of heavy showers and storms.

Golden Retriever walks 40 miles over 27 days back to former owners who got rid of him

Cooper, a retriever, was missing for 27 days as he walked 40 miles north from Dungannon, County Tyrone, to Tobermore, County Londonderry, back to his original owners.

England, Wales and Northern Ireland enjoy hottest day of the year

It was the hottest day of the year for England, Wales and Northern Ireland this Saturday, just days ahead of King Charles' Coronation.