Nicola Hebson "recycles" road kill and says she likes the idea of the animals being "reborn" into art.
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Heads will be told grammar school expansion in England is "for the few at the expense of the many".
A fusion of biology and technology is an "exciting glimpse" of medicine's future, scientists say.
A cashier at Jimmy John's takeaway in Kansas City, Missouri tells the BBC how he kept his astonishing cool when a robber stuck a gun in his face.
The papers are dominated by the story of a surgeon who was convicted of intentionally wounding patients.
The US president said he hoped the new order would create "thousands and thousands" of jobs.
Nick Evans kicks 22 points in his final game at The Stoop to boost Harlequins' top-six hopes with victory over leaders Wasps.
Surrey Scorchers score on the buzzer to level their match against Leicester Riders and snatch a 73-73 draw in the British Basketball League play-offs.
The United Nations condemns the "cruelty" of Arkansas' execution timetable.
Newcastle United keep their slim hopes of winning the Championship title alive with a comfortable win at Cardiff City.