A man appeared in court on Bank Holiday Monday morning, charged with murdering a man at Catterick Garrison, North Yorkshire.
At 11.30pm on Thursday 13 April a 34 year old man was found with fatal injuries at The Beacon on Marne Road.
The centre describes itself as offering supported housing to veterans who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
The man who died has been identified as Craig Guy, who was a resident at the centre.
On Monday morning Ian McLaughlin, 51, appeared before magistrates in York charged with murder.
He was told that he would remain in custody to appear at Teesside Crown Court on Wednesday.
A trainee soldier tried to stab a fellow trainee in the head after an alleged bullying incident in their dormitory, a court martial heard.Read the full story ›
Corporal Josh Hoole died after a training exercise in the Brecon area of Wales on the hottest day of the year earlier this month.
He was laid to rest earlier near his family home in Dumfries and Galloway, as Hannah McNulty reports:
Mourners have lined Ecclefechan's high street to pay their respects to a Dumfries and Galloway soldier who died last week.
Corporal Josh Hoole served in The Rifles Regiment and died after a two hour march in the Brecon Beacons on what was the hottest day of the year. Local residents lined the route of the hearse, through Corporal Hoole's home village, on its way to his funeral service in Dumfries.
Corporal Josh Hoole was on pre-course training for the Platoon Sergeants' Battle Course when he collapsed during a training run Wales.Read the full story ›
Corporal Josh Hoole died in Wales last week after a two-hour march with the Rifles Regiment, on what was the hottest day of the year.Read the full story ›
The event at Catterick Garrison schools aims to offer an educational day for service children and their friends.Read the full story ›
A photo gallery as soldiers from a regiment based at Catterick Garrison in North Yorks conduct the final Afghan medal presentation parade.Read the full story ›
Soldiers from a regiment based at Catterick Garrison in North Yorkshire are conducting the final Afghan medal presentation parade in Richmond Castle.
The medal parade marks the end of Operation Herrick in Helmand province in Afghanistan.
The 46 medals are being presented for service during Op Herrick in May – November 2014.
Army medics trained at Catterick Garrison in North Yorkshire have left the country to join British efforts in fighting the Ebola outbreak.
They will man the Ebola Training Academy in Sierra Leone, which will supply five treatment centres currently being built by the UK.