Theresa May's funding boost for the NHS is coming under intense scrutiny, the bill to rebuild a fire-ravaged Glasgow School of Art could be as much as £100m, and David Dimbleby is to step down from Question Time after 25 years.
Meanwhile, Harry Kane is in a bullish mood ahead of England's World Cup opener against Tunisia today and Brooks Koepka has defended his US Open title.
If you've been away from a screen or newspaper all weekend or want a summary, here's a quick recap of the main events.
Stealth tax to pay for NHS boost
'Digital map ' could save Glasgow School of Art
Billy Caldwell's mother demands 'outdated' cannabis laws be changed