The Australian batsman Phil Hughes has died at the age of 25, Cricket Australia has announced on its official Twitter account.
In a statement, Cricket Australia said the batsman "never regained consciousness" after he was hit in the head by a cricket ball during a match between South Australia and New South Wales at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Tuesday afternoon.
Australian Team Doctor Peter Brukner said:
It is my sad duty to inform you that a short time ago Phillip Hughes passed away. He never regained consciousness following his injury on Tuesday. He was not in pain before he passed and was surrounded by his family and close friends.
As a cricket community we mourn his loss and extend our deepest sympathies to Phillip’s family and friends at this incredibly sad time. Cricket Australia kindly asks that the privacy of the Hughes family, players and staff be respected.
Andy Murray has popped the question to his girlfriend of nine years, Kim Sears, the tennis star's representative revealed.
The Wimbledon champion met Ms Sears in October 2005 at the US Open and is believed to have popped the question last Wednesday.
Murray's Mum Judy once called Kim "the best thing to happen to Andy".
Melissa Reid and Michaella McCollum were sentenced to six years and eight months in a Peru jail for their part in an international drug smuggling plot.
McCollum and Reid, both 20, were found with 11kgs of cocaine, with a street value of £1.5 million, in their luggage at Lima International Airport in August 2013.
The number of obese patients with Type 2 diabetes having drastic weight loss surgery needs to triple over the next few years in order to help the NHS combat the rising caseload caused by sick people with poor diets.
In a U-turn on guidance, the National Institute for Care and Excellence (Nice) said moved away from encouraging doctors to look at gastric bypass and sleeve gastrectomy surgery as "a last resort". Instead, the want an estimated two million people in England to be considered for the £6,000 operation.
Patients with obesity and diabetes continues to rise with many doctors vocal about their worry about the undue stress it will put on the NHS. Currently, one in 20 people in the UK with Type 2 diabetes occupies one in six beds in some hospitals because of complications caused by the disease, Nice said.
Following Good Morning Britain's exclusive interview with the family of soldier Lee Rigby Number 10 has said:
A spokesman for Prime Minister has told Good Morning Britain the PM is happy to meet the Rigby family.
If it's a sunny day or a cold and frosty morning we love taking pictures of the weather!
So we'd like to see your 'wethies' (that's a weather selfie for those that don't know!) Send us a snap from wherever you are and we may use them on the show!
I love washing clothes, I know - everyone is like ‘are you joking?’
Hollywood superstar Nicole Kidman chats to Richard Arnold about Paddington in which she plays the baddie taxidermist who stops at nothing to try to stuff everyone's favourite bear!
She also chatted about family life, and what household chores she does around the home! Speaking about family life with husband Keith Urban she said: 'I love washing clothes, I know - everyone is like ‘are you joking?’ I love watching the dirty water coming out, I sound so OCD but I love seeing them get clean.'
Rather you than us Nicole!
Tomorrow on the programme we're looking at fly tipping and the mess it causes across our country. We'd like to see your pictures of fly tipping near to where you live - send us a photo.