» Covid-19: A-level and GCSE results to be decided by teachers
25/02/21 01:52 from BBC News - Home
A combination of mock exams, coursework and essays will be used to decide grades in England this year.

» Covid: Half with cancer signs didn't contact GP in first wave
25/02/21 01:22 from BBC News - Home
Symptoms left unchecked included lumps, changes to moles and coughing up blood, a survey finds.

» Covid-19: A-level and GCSE results to be decided by teachers
25/02/21 01:17 from BBC News - Home
A combination of mock exams, coursework and essays will be used to decide grades in England this year.

» How 30,000 elephant 'selfies' will help in conservation
25/02/21 00:53 from BBC News - Home
Researchers are developing new technology to help reduce human-elephant conflicts.

» Looming battle for Yemen's Marib city risks humanitarian disaster
25/02/21 00:39 from BBC News - Home
A rebel attack on the government's northern stronghold of Marib threatens mass displacement.

» Brazilian Amazon: Juma descendants of 'last warrior' vow to carry on legacy
25/02/21 00:37 from BBC News - Home
After the death of the last male member of an indigenous group, his grandchildren take an unusual step.

» Mother and son become tap-dance lockdown sensation
25/02/21 00:14 from BBC News - Home
Lizzi Gee and her eight-year-old son Rufus say tap routines are one positive to come out of lockdown.

» Government urged to ensure convicted sex offenders cannot work as tutors
25/02/21 00:12 from BBC News - Home
There has been an increase in private tuition during the pandemic but concerns remain about the checks in place.

» Kenya: A sustainable solution to locust swarms?
25/02/21 00:10 from BBC News - Home
An NGO is training and paying communities in Kenya to catch locusts, so they can be turned into animal feed.

» Inside a domestic violence call centre
25/02/21 00:09 from BBC News - Home
Calls to a major domestic violence charity increased by more than 50 per cent during the pandemic in 2020.

» The disabled influencers making their mark on social media
25/02/21 00:09 from BBC News - Home
Brands are starting to embrace social media influencers with disabilities to target the "purple pound".

» The colourful fridges popping up on American streets
25/02/21 00:06 from BBC News - Home
Local communities in the US have come up with a novel way to help feed those going hungry.

» Have Australians fallen out of love with Sydney and Melbourne?
25/02/21 00:04 from BBC News - Home
Figures show Australians are moving out of the large cities in search of a better quality of life.

» UK 4G smartphone owners may be due £480m pay-out
25/02/21 00:03 from BBC News - Home
Some 29 million people in the UK could be entitled to up to £30 back on Apple or Samsung smartphones.

» Ikea aims to launch delayed 'Buy Back' scheme in UK
25/02/21 00:01 from BBC News - Home
UK consumers will soon be able to sell back used items with the aim of reducing waste.

» Budget 2021: 'If I have to pay £13,000, it will destroy my shop'
25/02/21 00:01 from BBC News - Home
Struggling shops warn they may have to shut if business rates are brought back at the Budget.

» The Papers: Teachers get 'sweeping powers' and Sunak's 'giveaway'
24/02/21 23:55 from BBC News - Home
The papers focus on new rules to be announced later which will let teachers decide exam grades in England.

» GameStop surges again as Reddit crashes temporarily
24/02/21 23:38 from BBC News - Home
Trading in GameStop shares halted minutes before markets closed but jumped again in late trading.

» Marcus Rashford interview nets BBC scoop of the year at Royal Television Society awards
24/02/21 23:35 from BBC News - Home
The England striker spoke about growing up in poverty as he campaigned for free school meals.

» Marcus Rashford interview nets BBC scoop of the year at RTS awards
24/02/21 23:35 from BBC News - Home
The England striker spoke about growing up in poverty as he campaigned for free school meals.

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