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Officials in western Austria warned winter sports enthusiasts of dangerous conditions in the area.
05-02-2023 14:38
Iranians involved in anti-government protests are among those set to be released.
05-02-2023 13:32
Ukrainian troops in the Donetsk region are facing difficult conditions, the country's president says.
05-02-2023 12:35
The former president, who seized power in a coup in 1999, survived numerous assassination attempts.
05-02-2023 07:42
The Trevelyan family, who owned more than 1,000 African slaves in the 19th Century, will also pay reparations.
05-02-2023 05:22
Rampant inflation is a key issue for voters as Turkey’s President Erdogan faces elections in May.
05-02-2023 01:31
Adele, Beyonc?, Kendrick Lamar and Harry Styles are up for prizes at the 65th annual Grammys in LA.
05-02-2023 01:26
A bout of food poisoning at a Madrid restaurant stirs debate about how to cook a Spanish tortilla.
05-02-2023 00:36
"Arrogant", "discreet" - Lucy Williamson visits the apartment block where the brothers first settled.
05-02-2023 00:32
Poulami Adhikari played in India's under-16 team, but had to stop when her family fell on hard times.
05-02-2023 00:18
Luxury rehab centres address the life-consuming nature of crypto trading, but some question the huge costs.
04-02-2023 23:01
Video shows the vessel capsizing in rough Pacific seas as the man on board is rescued.
04-02-2023 19:17
Pope Francis is on an unprecedented trip to the war-torn country with two other Christian leaders.
04-02-2023 18:09
Flames light the sky over a village near Pittsburgh after about 50 carriages reportedly derail.
04-02-2023 15:50
The country's internet regulator says the ban will remain in place until all material is removed.
04-02-2023 15:07
The 16-year-old girl was thought to have been swimming in the Swan River, Western Australia Police say.
04-02-2023 13:48
Hi-TechJump to World newsScienceHealth
How the late inventor of cat's eyes, Percy Shaw, got his eureka moment.
04-02-2023 23:50
The Tesla boss is cleared of fraud charges over a tweet about taking the carmaker back into private ownership.
04-02-2023 09:37
The global police agency has built its own virtual reality (VR) space, for users to do training.
04-02-2023 00:01
Worries over privacy and the cost of living have curbed interest in voice assistants like Alexa.
03-02-2023 17:03
One former senior manager tells the BBC the treatment of workers by Elon Musk was "unjustifiable".
03-02-2023 16:13
The Microsoft co-founder also believes artificial intelligence will "dramatically" transform humanity.
03-02-2023 00:13
Worries over privacy and the cost of living have curbed interest in voice assistants like Alexa.
03-02-2023 00:10
The chatbot has been used millions of times since its public launch last year.
01-02-2023 20:16
Tesla invested $1.5bn in the cryptocurrency in early 2021, and briefly accepted it as payment.
01-02-2023 12:58
The online payments platform is the latest technology firm to cut costs as the global economy weakens.
01-02-2023 05:24
Proposals are being set out as scandals and tumbling values raise questions about the industry's future.
31-01-2023 23:28
Washington has been tightening its rules on exports of US technology to China for several years.
31-01-2023 05:50
Projects aimed at lowering carbon emissions are boosting growth in poorer parts of the country.
31-01-2023 01:05
The consumption of pornography is widespread among children, the children's commissioner says.
31-01-2023 00:48
Firms are creating artificial animal fats that they promise will make meat-free products taste better.
31-01-2023 00:06
The sportswear chain says stored data relating to its customers might be at risk following the attack.
30-01-2023 13:43
ScienceJump to World newsHi-TechHealth
Wetlands are being lost at a faster rate than forests, but in some regions beavers are part of the solution.
05-02-2023 09:50
Scientists will monitor the virus, but UK health chiefs say the risk to the public is very low.
02-02-2023 03:53
The UK hasn't seen a single named storm so far this autumn and winter. But why?
02-02-2023 03:13
A Viking leader probably chose his favourite animals to board a longboat to England, scientists say.
01-02-2023 19:04
The tightening of regulations may lead to criminal records for those flouting them, a new policy says.
01-02-2023 18:29
The cosmic ball of ice and dust is about to make its closest approach to our planet.
01-02-2023 00:53
The Royal Society calls for the delivery of a UK-wide land-use framework to clear up confusion.
01-02-2023 00:35
A blueprint is set out to restore nature in England after criticism over pollution and wildlife decline.
31-01-2023 07:31
Ministers set out plans for restoring nature amid growing criticism over pollution and wildlife decline.
31-01-2023 01:11
About the size of a bus, the space rock whipped over the southern tip of South America.
27-01-2023 00:57
Take up of the Boiler Upgrade Scheme is lagging behind schedule
26-01-2023 18:43
They say it is "perfectly understandable" that people are upset that wild camping was restricted.
26-01-2023 17:27
About the size of a bus, the space rock will whip over the southern tip of South America.
26-01-2023 09:37
Landowners in England will be rewarded for environmental work as well as for producing food.
26-01-2023 01:25
Landowners and farmers in England are told exactly what environmental work they will be paid for.
26-01-2023 01:25
Researchers believe gestures used by chimps and bonobos were a "starting point" for our language.
25-01-2023 01:57
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Sir Ed Davey says a higher minimum wage for the sector would help prevent an "exodus" to better paid jobs.
05-02-2023 00:09
With NHS England about to enter its biggest round of strikes, leaders say clearing backlogs will be difficult.
04-02-2023 12:08
People aged 16-49 in England have until 12 February to take up the offer of a vaccine booster.
04-02-2023 09:36
A survivor and a detective say stopping the brutal ritual has become their life's work.
04-02-2023 07:36
People aged 16-49 in England have until 12 February to take up the offer of a free vaccine booster.
04-02-2023 00:00
Nurses, ambulance staff, midwives and physios are weighing up an extra 3% pay offer by ministers.
03-02-2023 22:47
Brain scans show it can improve sexual desire, but larger studies are needed to confirm the findings.
03-02-2023 16:05
Nurses, ambulance staff and physiotherapists will consider an extra 3% pay offer by ministers.
03-02-2023 15:54
An inquiry into the "worst treatment disaster in NHS history" hears its final evidence.
03-02-2023 15:34
An inquiry into the "worst treatment disaster in NHS history" prepares to hear from its final witness.
03-02-2023 01:35
Research suggests many 18-24 year-olds do not know the five major things to look for.
03-02-2023 01:31
Lucy Letby wrote a sympathy card to the parents of a baby she allegedly killed, her trial hears.
02-02-2023 15:10
Sean Crawford says the movie about a reclusive teacher with severe obesity resonates with his life.
02-02-2023 06:29
Current government proposals do not go far enough to help pregnant women, leading experts claim.
02-02-2023 03:55
Anne Vivian-Smith is disabled and struggles to pay her bills - her story prompted a generous donation from one reader.
02-02-2023 03:06
D?ith?'s Law would introduce a transplant opt-out system but has been held up at Stormont.
01-02-2023 18:06