Kate and Gerry McCann have said this Christmas will be "inevitably tinged with pain and longing".Read the full story ›
British detectives have been granted £95,000 funding to keep it going for another few months, unless fresh evidence is uncovered.Read the full story ›
Police still believe Madeleine McCann can be found alive - nine years after the little girl went missing.Read the full story ›
The number of police officers dedicated to the Madeleine McCann investigation is to be reduced from 29 to four, Scotland Yard has said.Read the full story ›
The official Twitter account behind the search for Madeleine McCann has been shut down due to "toxic content" being directed at it.Read the full story ›
A little girl's body found in a suitcase in Australia is not missing Madeleine McCann.
Police confirmed she had been "totally excluded" as a potential victim along with 42 other missing children.
The decomposed body is that of a fair-haired girl aged between two and four, who was killed at another location in at least 2007.
Blonde Madeleine was three years old when she went missing from the family's holiday apartment in Portugal's Algarve on May 3 2007.
South Australia Police Detective Superintendent Des Bray said: "I can confirm that Madeleine McCann has been totally excluded as a potential victim and UK police have been advised."
Police investigating missing Madeleine McCann have contacted Australian officials over the discovery of remains in a suitcase, the Met said.Read the full story ›
The mother of Madeleine McCann has set off an a 500-mile charity bike ride to raise funds to support families with a missing loved one.Read the full story ›
Kate and Gerry McCann, the parents of missing Madeleine, have been awarded a libel payout by a court in Portugal against the former police chief who led the investigation into their daughter's disappearance.
Goncalo Amaral was ordered to pay damages of €250,000 to each of the McCanns, a total of £358,000, after they sued following the publication of his book The Truth of the Lie.
The court also ordered sales of the book to be halted.
Giving evidence at Lisbon's Palace of Justice last year the couple spoke of their "devastation, desperation, anxiety and pain" over the claims.
They added that the book hampered support from in Portugal as they looked for their daughter.
Mrs McCann told the court her young son had asked about Mr Amaral's allegations after hearing about them on the radio while travelling on the school bus.
British ex-pat Robert Murat is being questioned as a witness by police as part of the investigation into the 2007 disappearance of Madeleine McCann.
It is understood Murat and his wife will both be questioned in connection with the case.
British police have travelled to the Algarve in Portugal where they have been sitting in on interviews conducted by Portuguese officers.