Five years, six weeks and one day after Derek Derenalagi was declared dead he stepped out into the Olympic stadium to a hero's welcome from 80,000 fans.
This was a Friday night where British swimming medals, so desperately elusive during the Olympics, arrived with a near-rhythmic tinkle, like coins in a Vegas slot. Unfortunately for the boisterous 17,000 crowd in the Aquatics Centre, they came in either silver – five of them – or bronze.
He didn't smile much, but he had a sardonic wit.
A husband killed himself during a family break in Morocco four days after his wife died when she fell from a window of their holiday apartment, an inquest has concluded.
Japan is a safe haven for global investors. So much so that the yen has soared in value.
David Cameron is planning to embark on his first substantial ministerial reshuffle early next week, in a move that will see the departure of ministers from all levels of government.
The drowned town of Braithwaite slowly emerged from flood waters on Friday, revealing two bodies and ruined homes as a weakened storm Isaac moved further inland, drenching Arkansas and Missouri.
Mitt Romney's election team has declared they are confident that the road to the White House lies open as their candidate headed out on his first full day of campaigning as the Republican presidential nominee.
Speculation is mounting that Apple will announce a new version of its iPhone on 12 September and an "iPad mini" – a smaller version of its bestselling tablet – in October.
Lewis Hamilton is still some distance from finalising a new contract with McLaren, even though his old five-year deal has only four months to run.