NHS: Over 3,000 more midwifery training places offered
Midwife representatives welcome the move but say more training places "is only half of the problem".
Vote Leave 'broke spending limits' in Brexit referendum
Brexit activist Shahmir Sanni claims the campaign used the group BeLeave to overspend.
Jet makes history on Australia-UK flight
The first scheduled non-stop flight to the UK takes 17 hours to reach London's Heathrow Airport.
March For Our Lives: 'Fight for your life before it’s somebody else’s job.'
Emma Gonzalez demonstrated the power of silence during her impassioned speech at the March For Our Lives.
Australia launch ball-tampering probe
Cricket Australia begins an investigation into the ball-tampering scandal, while Steve Smith remains as captain for now.
Eurovision: First winner Lys Assia dies aged 94
Swiss singer Lys Assia took the prize in 1956 and remained a life-long ambassador for the contest.
Apple Music's Jimmy Iovine says streaming services are 'too similar'
Apple Music executive Jimmy Iovine says streaming services need to diversify to survive.
The man who has to crawl through his front door
Since Richard’s leg was amputated, his two-storey house has become very difficult to get around.
We learn nothing about nutrition, claim medical students
A leading GP estimated that up to 80% of his patients had conditions linked to lifestyle and diet.
RAF at 100: The A-lister meets the heroes
Brothers Ewan and Colin McGregor meet Mary Ellis and Joy Lofthouse, two female pilots during WW2.
José Abreu: Founder of world renowned El Sistema music project dies
José Abreu, whose project changed the lives of impoverished children in Venezuela, dies aged 78.
Most wanted Roy Lawrence Piechocki arrested in Bulgaria
Roy Piechocki has been wanted by Interpol since 2011 for sexually exploiting a minor in the US.
The Papers: Vote Leave claims and Alabama rot
The papers report on allegations made by Brexit volunteer Shahmir Sanni against the Vote Leave campaign.
I was expected to marry so I went to Antarctica instead
Meena was raised a ‘good Indian girl' who was expected to get married, but she's off to Antarctica.
Teenagers explore a changing world with their camera
A pictorial record of how the modern world is shaping young people and the lives of their communities.
10 things to know about sleep as the clocks change
The clocks are about to change in the UK. How does sleep affect our lives?
How do you inspire without sounding like a cliche?
Inspire: VERB: Fill (someone) with the urge or ability to do or feel something
Hemsby cliff-top homes demolition captured in drone footage
Demolition teams have been working to tear down five homes in Hemsby, Norfolk.
'I hope this won't be news in 10 years'
NneNne Iwuji-Eme, the first British black woman to be a high commissioner, on taking up her post.
Dunblane families join US gun law protest in Edinburgh
Demonstration in Edinburgh and London follow a mass shooting at a school in Florida which left 17 people dead.
Apple wants to introduce new emojis for disabled people
The company says very few of the current emojis "speak to the life experiences of those with disabilities".
Sport Relief raises more than £38m for charities
Andy Murray, Geri Horner, David Ginola and many other stars took part in the TV fundraiser.
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Obituary: The 9/11 rescuers who died a day apart, 17 years on
Thomas Phelan and Keith Young played key roles after the attack. Their deaths are not isolated cases.
Big landlords are trying to solve Britain’s renting mess
Institutional investors are building thousands of new rental properties. Will this improve the UK's stock of rental homes?
Who sent the wedding gift bomb that killed this newlywed?
He was murdered five days after his wedding - and police have no idea who could have wanted him dead.
Why Margot Robbie is taking on Shakespeare
The actress is planning a new TV series, which will give Shakespeare plays a "female perspective".
Formula 1 is back - without the grid girls
As the racing season gets underway, not everyone is happy with the decision to axe grid girls.
Behind the job: Life as a Formula 1 mechanic
From working in a local garage to life in the super-fast, high-pressure world of F1.
The evolution of UK-Australia travel into a single flight
The first non-stop journey takes place on Saturday, almost 80 years after it involved 31 stopovers.
Northern Ireland 2-1 South Korea
QPR's Paul Smyth scores on his debut to give Northern Ireland a 2-1 win in Saturday's international friendly against South Korea.
Caroline Wozniacki claims Miami Open fans made death threats
World number two Caroline Wozniacki claims fans made death threats against her parents during her Miami Open defeat by Monica Puig.
Cameron Bancroft and Steve Smith admit ball-tampering plan for Australia against South Africa
Watch Australia's Cameron Bancroft admit ball-tampering during the third Test against South Africa and skipper Steve Smith reveal the team's "leadership group" planned it.
Miami Open: Roger Federer to lose top spot and miss French Open after defeat
Roger Federer loses his world number one spot with defeat at the Miami Open - and says he will miss the clay court season, including the French Open.
Cameron Bancroft: Australia player admits to ball-tampering, Steve Smith knew in advance
Australia's Cameron Bancroft admits he tampered with the ball against South Africa - and captain Steve Smith says he knew in advance.
British Ethnic Diversity Sports Awards: Ellie Downie and Maro Itoje triumph
Ellie Downie and Maro Itoje are named sportswoman and sportsman of the year at the 2018 British Ethnic Diversity Sports Awards.
Stunning images capture the world around us
The winners of the 2018 Sony World Photography Awards Open competition are announced.
'How are you going to get food?' - the children in poverty in Oldham
The parents in Oldham who struggle to buy food and basic necessities for their children
Kak Channthy: The Cambodian Space Project and a rock revival
Kak Channthy's story of overcoming poverty and hardship inspired people from all around the globe.
What it's like to hear voices
Like Minds: One in 10 of us will at some point hear a voice that isn’t there.
The community of 2,000 people with 151 cases of sex crime
In the small community of Tysfjord in northern Norway, sexual abuse was rife for decades. How come it was never stopped?
'Everybody thinks it's only boys who join gangs'
Nequela Whittaker was once a feared gang leader in south London - now she tries to stop other young girls from taking that path.
Who were my parents - and why was I left on a hillside to die?
In 1937 a nine-month-old girl was found hidden in a bush on the South Downs, with her hands tied. She has always wanted to know why.
Where are the UK's youngest and oldest cities?
Cities are often thought of as places for the young, but that's not always the case.
A doctor's battle in Eastern Ghouta
As the Syrian government tightens its noose around the enclave, medical staff describe working in "hell on earth".
Child sexual exploitation: How the system failed
Grooming, rape and trafficking are just some of the ways children in the UK are being sexually exploited.
'I tried to kill myself nine times before the NHS helped me'
At the age of 17 Sherry Denness tried to kill herself nine times in 10 days, and only then got the help she needed.
Claudette Colvin: The 15-year-old who came before Rosa Parks
How Claudette Colvin helped spark America's Civil Rights Movement at the age of 15.
'The story of a weird world I was warned never to tell'
Pauline Dakin's childhood was full of secrets, disruption and unpleasant surprises - it wasn't until many years later that she found out why.
'My periods made me suicidal so I had a hysterectomy at 28'
For years, Lucie was treated for mental health problems - in fact she had a severe form of premenstrual syndrome.