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More electricity in Great Britain last year came from renewable sources than from fossil fuels.
Data from 50 universities shows 28% of courses are like this, compared with 4.1% before the pandemic.
The government is working with German pharmaceutical company BioNTech on new ways to fight cancer.
Leeds 2023 is about to begin, bringing a year of cultural celebrations. But how did it come about?
Shekeila Scarlett, one of the youngest people in the UK to chair a board of governors, argues the body should reflect the students.
Ros Atkins looks at the issue of how the NHS has been funded.
From birth, the royal brother's lives have been closely watched from around the world.
Harry claims William physically attacked him, and says he urged his father not to marry Camilla.
More than 50 bollards have been installed on a stretch of pavement in Longbridge to deter parking.
Ms McNally was 15 weeks pregnant when she was stabbed to death in her home in Lurgan last month.
What you need to know about the rail strike and other industrial action, by the BBC's Zoe Conway.
It was Ray Nash's wish to be buried next to the father he never knew.
Most of Northern Ireland's five health trusts say they're trying to free up beds in hospitals.
The suspects "rushed into their bedroom, demanded watches and other property", a court hears.
Russell Causley murdered his wife Carole Packman in 1985 but has never revealed where her body is.
Fire, ambulance and rail would have to provide minimum services in laws planned for later this year.
Police, who describe the death as suspicious, say more tests are needed to discover how he died.
PC Gareth Duggan, 38, was dismissed without notice after a disciplinary hearing.
Police were called to waterfalls in the Brecon Beacons after two people were seen in the river.
The Labour leader promises to transfer powers from Westminster and turn the slogan into a "solution".