VIDEO: Seabirds suffer impact of storms
02 Mar 2014 7:39:14
Recent storms brought crashing waves, gales and flooding to Britain's coastline and it is now believed they could also have had a significant impact on our seabird population.
Gamblers 'need more protection'
02 Mar 2014 3:26:29
The betting industry is not doing enough to protect gamblers, despite it bringing in a voluntary code of conduct. Culture Secretary Maria Miller says.
Tesco criticised over tuna brand
02 Mar 2014 1:02:35
Environmental campaigners Greenpeace accuse supermarket chain Tesco of stocking a brand of tuna that is caught in a way that can harm other wildlife.
Doctors aim to grow ears from fat
02 Mar 2014 0:17:38
Doctors at Great Ormond Street Hospital in London are aiming to reconstruct people's faces with stem cells taken from their fat.
VIDEO: Half a million in negative equity
01 Mar 2014 4:51:13
Nearly 500,000 households in the UK are still in negative equity, according to nearly released figures.
VIDEO: 'Africans like conspicuous colours'
01 Mar 2014 1:44:04
Some of Nigeria's key fashion and fabric people talk about their businesses.
VIDEO: For sale: Homes in Dubai ghost town
01 Mar 2014 1:11:51
An ex-pat village in Dubai which was emptied to make way for a new development has now been revived with some homes being sold back to previous tenants.
VIDEO: The Arabs hoping to explore space
01 Mar 2014 0:52:34
Howard Johnson reports on the Middle East's growing space industry.
VIDEO: Bankruptcy for bitcoin exchange MtGox
01 Mar 2014 4:38:33
One of the world's biggest Bitcoin exchanges, MtGox, has filed for bankruptcy.
£2m fund for flood-hit tourism firms
01 Mar 2014 4:34:52
The government has pledged a £2m support fund to provide advice and support for firms in England which rely on tourism in areas hit by flooding.
UK's space engineers want new cadets
01 Mar 2014 0:12:32
The first degree-level space engineering apprenticeship is launched by Skills Minister Matthew Hancock as National Apprenticeship Week gets under way.
Half a million in negative equity
28 Feb 2014 2:14:55
New figures show nearly half a million UK households are still in negative equity - meaning their homes are worth less than their mortgages.
BA 'positive' about independence
28 Feb 2014 8:23:51
Scottish independence could be a "positive development" for British Airways, according to the boss of the company which owns the airline.
Loving pets v loving animals
28 Feb 2014 6:46:36
Is caring for pets harmful to wildlife?
VIDEO: Footage captures 'cloud' of starlings
28 Feb 2014 5:48:16
Residents in Hereford say they are being plagued by thousands upon thousands of starlings.
Mexican fraud hits Citigroup profit
28 Feb 2014 5:48:02
The US bank Citigroup lowers its fourth quarter and full year earnings after discovering fraud in its Mexican subsidiary.
US economic growth rate revised down
28 Feb 2014 5:45:54
The US economy grew at a rate of 2.4% from October to December, down from a first estimate of 3.2%, as consumer spending proved weaker than predicted.
TED: Annette Heuser: The 3 agencies with the power to make or break economies - Annette Heuser (2013)
28 Feb 2014 5:44:28
The way we rate national economies is all wrong, says rating agency reformer Annette Heuser. With mysterious and obscure methods, three private US-based credit rating agencies wield immense power over national economies across the globe, and the outcomes can be catastrophic. But what if there was another way? In this bold talk, Heuser shares her vision for a non-profit agency that would bring more equality and justice into the mix.
Mobile banking apps hit by glitches
28 Feb 2014 5:03:35
The mobile banking apps of several big banks are returning to normal after suffering glitches.
Royal Mail to raise stamp prices
28 Feb 2014 3:49:12
The price of a first-class stamp is to increase by 2p to 62p and a second-class stamp by 3p to 53p, Royal Mail announces.
India's economic growth slows down
28 Feb 2014 3:44:26
India's economic growth rate slowed to 4.7% in the last quarter of 2013, according to latest official figures.
Storms unearth wartime bomb threat
28 Feb 2014 3:13:09
There has been a dramatic increase in the number of wartime bombs unearthed along Britain's coastline because of the winter storms and flooding.
World Bank stalls $90m Uganda loan
28 Feb 2014 3:07:50
The World Bank postpones a $90m (£54m) loan to Uganda after President Yoweri Museveni signed a tough and controversial new anti-gay law.
The curious case of the falling yuan
28 Feb 2014 2:45:16
The Chinese currency is experiencing its biggest decline since 2005, breaking a long-term rising trend.
Minimum wage offenders exposed
28 Feb 2014 2:18:32
Five employers who failed to pay their staff the minimum wage have been "named and shamed" by the government.