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What can homeowners do to reduce their energy consumption?
The idea is raised by the Archbishop of York, who says a statue should be located on Southend Pier.
A Nottingham student who believes she was injected with a needle during a night out speaks to the BBC.
Rock group Noisy had around £25,000 of musical equipment stolen from their van in Walthamstow.
The science committee chair will hear of the impact of possible changes to research spending.
Targeted annual PSA screening could spot early, treatable cancers in high-risk men, researchers say.
Hear from Afghan teenagers who are receiving English lessons, thanks to a local school.
After Sir David Amess' death, we look at the detail of the Online Safety Bill and what measures it offers.
The strategy aimed at stopping people becoming terrorists is facing calls for it to be overhauled.
Laura Anderson shares her experience of hyperemesis gravidarum (HG) during her pregnancy two years ago.
Ministers say the new law will demonstrate global leadership, but critics accuse them of "inaction".
Design boss Jo Barnard says you should always make you have future work lined up for your firm.
Up to four people from no more than two households can now visit care homes in Northern Ireland.
The advertising watchdog says three Brewdog adverts for a gold can competition were "misleading".
The average amount Britons take out of cash machines rises by over £10, but there are fewer visits.
A lorry fire has spread to 30 trailers and people are urged to keep windows and doors closed.
Fifty-five years on, survivors say they live with the images of death and destruction.
A report raises concerns about chronic understaffing and excessive workloads at one hospital.
Online sessions with specialist officers have been scheduled 'as a priority' for Thursday and Friday.
Two-year-old George Hinds died in the explosion in Heysham, Lancashire, on 16 May.