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Despite patients urgently needing treatment, 7.5% of key posts are vacant, a study of NHS staffing finds.
Researchers have grown animal cells on blades of grass - could a slaughter-free bacon supply be feasible?
The stage adaptation of the Disney movie is coming to the Drury Lane Theatre in 2020.
Five of those killed in the Christchurch attack were under 16. Young people held their own vigil.
To mark 100 years since the death of Sir Hugh Munro, climbers pick their favourite Scottish peaks classed as Munros.
MSPs are investigating all healthcare facilities in Scotland following several deaths related to infection outbreaks.
The project run by the British Red Cross aims to help families integrate into their new communities.
A series of flights around the Cardiff City striker transfer should be investigated, says aviation body.
Samantha Jagger has been documenting what goes on within the four walls of the women's toilets.
Most of Tuesday's papers lead with the surprise ruling on Brexit from Commons Speaker John Bercow.
A teenager recalls being caught up in the Cookstown hotel incident, which left three dead.
Getaway driver breaks woman's back during attempt to flee store car park with stolen alcohol.
Archaeologists said the campaign urging children to dig for treasure could lead people to break the law.
Three teenagers die after reports of a crush at a St Patrick's Day party at a hotel in Cookstown, County Tyrone.
Dean Moore took a woman from Teesside to Cambridge so she could visit her dying mother.
The girl and two boys died after an incident outside a hotel hosting a St Patrick's Day event in Tyrone.
Lee Pomeroy, 51, suffered nine stab wounds when he was attacked in January on a train in Surrey.
A lorry clipped the back of a car on a motorway, sending it into the hard shoulder.
Six Nations celebrations are set to continue after DJ-ing, wedding parties and post-match drinks.
Property tycoon Fergus Wilson is calling it a day after years of controversy over his rental policies.