Why trees grown in test tubes could be the answer to preserving the world's forests for the future.
The new "delegation" to the UK will include 29 diplomats and a new EU ambassador.
The adoption process is also "far too slow", the boss of the service representing children in care says.
The animal in western India is said to have killed 13 people and evaded capture for two years.
Some call it "dangerous" and "patronising" while others have praised the Welsh Government's advice.
The radio DJ has won damages from prosecutors after historical sex allegations against him were dropped.
The 20-year-old student from Nairn who turned her harassment into award-winning art.
A recently-discovered photo dates from 1935, when women were not allowed to play at most grounds.
Meet Kevin Walker - he became deaf after contracting meningitis as a child - but he's now a music composer.
The couple have opted to stay together, even though that means no intimate physical contact between them.
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
A young Palestinian entrepreneur has designed a new concrete block.
Former winners say X Factor should be rested as the show reaches an all-time low in viewing figures.
A woman caring for her dying father confesses how she felt as his behaviour became erratic.
Eminent historian Ramachandra Guha was forced to leave a new teaching position by the Hindu right.
The surprisingly simple science behind the clever chemistry that helps your night go off with a bang.
Ballet shoes in brown and bronze shades are being made in the UK for the first time.
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University tuition fees could be cut to £6,500, under plans suggested by a government review.
Top European clubs have held secret talks to create a European Super League, according to a report by German publication Der Speigel.