UK's coal plants 'to close by 2025'
18 Nov 2015 2:14:27
The UK's remaining coal-fired power stations will be shut by 2025, energy secretary Amber Rudd is expected to say later.
Asian markets wary of terror threat
18 Nov 2015 1:54:12
Asian shares are mixed on Wednesday with investors cautious over fears of fresh terror attacks in Europe.
Bees and pesticides 'missing link'
18 Nov 2015 1:17:23
A new study shed light on unanswered questions about the risks of pesticides to bees.
The app that hopes to empower women
18 Nov 2015 0:30:09
The app boss who aims to improve the lives of females
VIDEO: Reproductive health 'is central'
18 Nov 2015 0:30:06
Ida Tin wants her business - a women's health app called Clue - to help empower more women track their menstrual cycle.
'I resent the people who got lucky'
18 Nov 2015 0:16:29
The price of success in Silicon Valley
Smallpox general in US university row
18 Nov 2015 0:13:53
Smallpox, race and a British general provoke US student protest
VIDEO: Instagram boss: How to avoid burnout
17 Nov 2015 3:52:17
Mike Krieger, cofounder of Instagram, offers the business advice he wishes he'd had when he started out, as part of the BBC News series, CEO Secrets.
Greece secures bailout cash deal
17 Nov 2015 8:45:47
Greece has secured a tentative deal with the eurozone to unlock the latest tranche of financial aid.
Nigeria hit by severe fuel shortage
17 Nov 2015 8:35:45
A severe fuel crisis is crippling Nigeria with long queues of angry motorists waiting for hours outside petrol stations in major cities.
Brain wrinkle linked to hallucinations
17 Nov 2015 7:41:32
Scientists say a particular fold at the front of the brain tends to be shorter in those schizophrenia patients who experience hallucinations.
Redcar owner loses £530m on closure
17 Nov 2015 7:41:02
The bankrupt Thai owner of the Redcar steelworks has said that it lost almost £530m from the liquidation of the Teesside steelworks.
EU-Ukraine free trade 'set for 2016'
17 Nov 2015 6:30:05
Ukraine prepares for a big trade boost with the EU in January - yet a ceasefire remains fragile in the east.
The future of news? Virtual reality | Nonny de la Peña
17 Nov 2015 6:20:02
What if you could experience a story with your entire body, not just with your mind? Nonny de la Peña is working on a new form of journalism that combines traditional reporting with emerging virtual reality technology to put the audience inside the story. The result is an evocative experience that de la Peña hopes will help people understand the news in a brand new way.
US consumer prices rise in October
17 Nov 2015 5:06:02
US consumer prices rose by 0.2% in October, hinting that inflation is picking up again and that interest rates may rise in December.
VW's EU car sales slip in October
17 Nov 2015 5:00:49
Volkswagen group's European Union sales and market share slip in October, suggesting that the emissions scandal might have had an impact.
VIDEO: Losing your job after 31 years
17 Nov 2015 3:18:02
Meet Mike Gilbert. He just put up his house for sale after he lost the job he'd had for 31 years.
Walmart profits slip to $3.3bn
17 Nov 2015 2:58:54
US retail giant Walmart reports net profit of $3.3bn for the three months to the end of October compared with $3.7bn a year earlier.
FHM magazine to suspend publication
17 Nov 2015 2:14:54
Men's magazines FHM and Zoo have said they are halting publication.
Can we make it safer to fly?
17 Nov 2015 2:02:02
Can we make it safer to fly?
Earth's underground water quantified
17 Nov 2015 1:06:07
A new calculation fixes the total amount of groundwater on the planet, held in rock and soil below our feet, at 23 million cubic km.
Osborne gets spending deal with IDS
17 Nov 2015 0:48:13
Ian Duncan Smith's work and pensions department is one of seven more to have reached a spending deal with the Treasury, George Osborne has said.
FTSE up as market recovery continues
17 Nov 2015 0:30:56
The London market rises strongly as global markets continued to shrug off any concerns about the economic impact of the attacks in Paris.
Fewer corncrakes counted in Scotland
17 Nov 2015 0:14:43
Wet and cold spring and summer weather is blamed for one of Scotland's rarest breeding birds having a poor season.
UK house prices up 6.1%, says ONS
17 Nov 2015 9:50:40
House prices in the UK rose by 6.1% in the year to September, according to the Office for National Statistics.