The Queen was accompanied by the Duke of York as she attended a Sunday church service on her Sandringham Estate.
Mauricio Pochettino “ticks every box” to be the next long-term manager of Manchester United, according to club record goalscorer Wayne Rooney.
Stephen Hunt has thanked Arsenal star Petr Cech for not taking an “easy shot” at him after his challenge left the goalkeeper with a fractured skull.
Ipswich manager Paul Lambert paid for around 50 of the club’s fans to travel to their away game at Blackburn.
The world’s oldest man has died at his home in northern Japan at the age of 113.
Eamonn Holmes joked “you can’t have too much of a good thing” as he introduced the first episode of This Morning – On Sunday.
Police are hunting two men after a woman was robbed at an ATM.
A childcare group which helped catapult parents into education and well-paid jobs faces closure if funding is not renewed because of the Stormont impasse.
A voluntary childcare organisation has helped transform the lives of some of its users.
Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson admits it was crucial they found a way to win and maintain the pace in the title race on Saturday despite not being at their best.
Nemanja Matic has his sights trained on the top four after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s record-breaking start turned the improbable into the possible for Manchester United.
A car bomb attack on a Londonderry court house has been condemned by police as “unbelievably reckless”.
Bournemouth goalkeeper Asmir Begovic responded like an “ultimate professional” after being dropped for the Premier League victory over West Ham, according to manager Eddie Howe.
From sleeping on a tennis club floor to the quarter-finals of the Australian Open – it was no surprise that Frances Tiafoe was overwhelmed by his victory over Grigor Dimitrov.
James Harden and Eric Gordon fuelled the Houston Rockets as they fired back from a 21-point disadvantage to steal a 138-134 overtime win against the Los Angeles Lakers.
Prime Minister Theresa May is due before the House of Commons on Monday where she will set out her Plan B after her Brexit blueprint was roundly defeated last week.
Ashleigh Barty took out Maria Sharapova to become the first Australian woman to reach the quarter-finals at Melbourne Park for a decade.
Downing Street has hit out at moves by rebel MPs to rewrite the Commons rule book in an attempt to derail Britain’s withdrawal from the EU.
Ant McPartlin has told of how his “rock” Anne-Marie Corbett helped him recover from a drink-driving arrest and stint in rehab.
Dr Edwin Su believes hip resurfacing surgery can help Sir Andy Murray return to the top level of tennis.