An unlikely stables in the heart of Brixton teaching more than just riding skills.
More fruit and veg might prevent nearly eight million premature deaths each year, researchers say.
The remarkable double life of undercover agent Jack Barsky who lived the American dream at the KGB's expense.
A rainbow baby is a child born to a family following the loss of an infant. BBC News spoke to mothers who use the rainbow symbol to remember and celebrate their children.
Protesters in the US are arrested by police after a deadline passes to end the year-long protest.
Some of the poorest funded areas fear losing out in the planned shake-up of school funding.
A growing number of people are using running clubs and events as business networking opportunities.
Thousands of people are lending their eyes to those who need them.
When her late mother donated her organs, Ella hoped one of the recipients might contact her. It turned into two wonderful friendships.
Amazon ad imam called on by government to promote harmony between Muslims and other faiths.
Newly convicted killer Ian Stewart makes most of the front pages as police look again at first wife's death.
Some 10,000 people are legally driving, despite having more points than the standard threshold for a ban.
A third runway at Heathrow can only be justified if it does not breach climate change laws, MPs say.
The Great British Bake Off winner will be travelling around Britain in search of innovative cooking.
Wayne Rooney's agent Paul Stretford is in China to see if he can negotiate a deal for the forward to leave Manchester United.
Little Mix, Emeli Sande and Rag 'N' Bone Man on winning Brit Awards.
Jamie Vardy's away goal keeps alive Leicester's hopes of reaching the last eight of the Champions League despite a narrow first-leg defeat in Sevilla.
The late David Bowie won two awards at the Brit awards, as did newcomer Rag 'N' Bone man.
"We are not going to accept that because we don't have to," the country's foreign minister says.
Dozens of houses and almost 3,500 hectares of forest are destroyed by fires which continue to burn in Chile.
The village of Ponzano in the Abruzzo region of Italy is being torn apart by a landslide, following earthquakes in 2016.
Holders Hibernian beat Edinburgh rivals Hearts to set up a home Scottish Cup quarter-final with Ayr United.
England centre Jonathan Joseph will not face Italy in Sunday's Six Nations match after being left out of the 24-man training squad.
Manchester United reach the Europa League last 16 despite seeing Eric Bailly sent off and Henrikh Mkhitaryan sustain an injury.
A serviceman shot six times as he treated a casualty in Afghanistan is preparing to take part in the Le Mans 2020.
Seven planets orbiting a single star have been discovered in a solar system 40 light-years from Earth.
The family of Jamal al-Harith say the reported £1m settlement was split between four people.
Astronomers have discovered seven Earth-sized planets orbiting a single star - a record number.
Donald Trump, a frequent critic of Barack Obama's time on the links, is now himself under scrutiny.
Cressida Dick becomes the first woman to lead London's police force in its 188-year history.
Gusts of up to 80mph are expected in some areas, with 10cm to 15cm of snow in others.
How do one-punch deaths happen and can anything be done to stop them?
The Duchess of Cambridge shows off her pool-playing skills on a visit to a children's charity in south Wales.
Helen Bailey was drugged and suffocated by her fiance and her body thrown in a cesspit.
A round-up of some of the weird and wonderful outfits to have come out of this season's London Fashion Week.
Three couples speak of their struggle to stay in the UK with their partners because of visa rules.
The fiance of the suffocated children's author Helen Bailey has been found guilty of murder.
Heard the term but not sure what it means? Chris Fawkes explains.
Author Helen Bailey tried to build a new life after her husband died, but it was ripped from her by the man she chose to build it with.
Awen Morris o Lanberis yw ein ffotograffydd gwadd // Awen Morris from Llanberis is Cymru Fyw's guest photographer for February
An airport in California has released video of a plane, being flown by the actor Harrison Ford, mistakenly flying low over an airliner.
Calls in Russia for Matilda, the true story of a future tsar and a ballerina, to be banned over blasphemy.
Artist Joshua Smith's tiny creations replicate real buildings.
BBC News looks at the idea of the "purple pound" and how much it is worth to the economy.
How do people juggle staying in work with a painful and debilitating condition like arthritis?
The business people with life-changing injuries and illnesses who created bespoke jobs.
What has been described as the first transgender doll has gone into production in the US.
Eastern Airlines Flight 980 crashed into a mountain in Bolivia in 1985. Dan Futrell and Isaac Stoner spent an unusual holiday trying to work out why.
Importing food is getting more expensive so why don't UK supermarkets get more of their supplies from home?
What to look out for as President Trump gets closer to signing a new order reviving his controversial immigration ban.
How Guido van Helten is using massive pieces of public art to save small towns in Australia.
Aggregate figures exclude inflation and an adjustment for successful appeals.
Parts of the McDonald's store in Shrewsbury date back to the 12th Century.
Internet "supervillain" Milo Yiannopoulos is dropped from a conference and has a book deal cancelled.
The UK's next top police officer will be chosen on Wednesday - who are the contenders?
Sgt Conchita Lopez describes her life patrolling Mexico's southern border with Guatemala.