Nice attack: UK must redouble efforts on terror - May

The prime minister said Britain stood "shoulder to shoulder" with France after a lorry drove into a crowd killing at least 84 and injuring 50.

Downing Street says a "small number" of Britons were injured in Nice.

The attack was of "an undeniable terrorist nature", French President Francois Hollande has said.

UK police forces are reviewing security at major events over the next week.

Gloom and hope for the future in UK tech

And the message from a survey carried out by Tech City UK is pretty gloomy - though the organisation itself sees some reasons for optimism.

Tech City UK got responses from more than 1,200 members of the tech community. Questioned in the immediate aftermath of the referendum, 74% of them said they thought the economy would get worse, not better.

UK proposes 10 Year prison for Online Pirates who illegally upload/download torrents

This will allow the courts to hand out prison sentences up to 10 years to such copyright offenders. These changes have been proposed after a government-backed study suggested that online copyright infringement should be considered similar to offences like counterfeiting.

A few months earlier, a study sponsored by the UK Intellectual Property Office (IPO) concluded that the maximum punishment sentence being awarded for the online copyright infringement is not enough.

Delivery may change but aid to Pacific remains: UK

This was despite 15 percent of the EU's spending in the region coming from its UK contributions.

According to RNZI, Roderick Drummond said modes of delivery would have to change but he said the UK and the EU have a shared vision for supporting development in the Pacific.

UK goes to polls in EU referendum

Polling stations are open between 07:00 BST and 22:00 BST.

An estimated 46,499,537 people are entitled to take part in the vote - a record number for a UK poll.

It is only the third nationwide referendum in UK history and comes after a four-month battle for votes between the Leave and Remain campaigns.

In common with other broadcasters, the BBC is limited in what it can report while polls are open but you can follow the results as they come in across the BBC after polls close on Thursday evening.

British woman who took toddler to join Islamic State jailed for six years

Tareena Shakil, 26, was convicted last week of being a member of the group and encouraging acts of terrorism.


The Corrs are back with new album

Even Jim's involved.

The Irish four-piece will return with new album White Light on November 27, before kicking off a headline arena tour of the UK and Ireland in the New Year.

The Corrs have spent most of 2015 in London working on their new record, which will be the follow-up to 2005's Home.

The band's new tour will start at Birmingham's Genting Arena on January 19, and finish up at Belfast's SSE Arena.

Fuel depot upgrade planned for Cooks' Penrhyn

One of the main projects for the force's Tropic Twilight exercise is the relocation and rebuilding of the fuel depot on Penrhyn.

New Zealand's Foreign Minister Murray McCully says improving fuel storage will enable better use of the patrol boat Te Kukupa to carry out fisheries surveillance around the islands.

The force's engineers will also upgrade buildings on Manihiki.

The exercise will involve China, the United States, the UK and France and is aimed at testing the force's abilities to provide disaster relief and humanitarian assistance.

Facebook Moments app now turns photos into music videos

An update to Facebook's Moments app today (August 25) includes a Flipagram-like option to turn six or more of your photos into a musical collage.

However, the app still won't be coming to the UK or Europe any time soon because of privacy concerns.

With Moments using facial recognition technology to share photos with those pictured, the slightly invasive nature of the app has thrown up a few barriers here in Blighty.

How to check mobile coverage in your area

The coverage map was created based on data from the UK's leading service providers as well as the watchdog's signal tests around the country.

It measures call quality and data connectivity both indoors and outdoors for each area, along with geographic variables such as valleys and hills that could affect signal strength.

Users can search for their local area by entering their postcode or zooming into an area on the map.