Typhoon impacts a million farmers
12 Nov 2013 2:28:57
Production of rice and coconuts hit dramatically as a result of the typhoon according to the UN's food and agriculture organisation.
Dolphins 'identified by clicks'
12 Nov 2013 1:25:33
Two species of dolphin can be indentified from one another by analysing the clicking sounds they make, new research suggests.
AUDIO: Banks face simulated cyber attack
12 Nov 2013 1:22:09
The UK's banks are to be subjected to a simulated cyber attack to see if the system can cope.
VIDEO: Theft cost UK shops £3.4bn in 2012
12 Nov 2013 1:16:15
Britain's shops lost more than £3.4bn worth of goods to theft, fraud or loss last year, according to figures from Checkpoint Systems.
EU clinches deal on 2014 budget
12 Nov 2013 0:59:15
Negotiators in Brussels clinch a deal on the 2014 EU budget after gruelling talks, with spending cut by about 6% compared to 2013.
AUDIO: Sir Paul Smith: Take design 'seriously'
12 Nov 2013 0:58:41
The clothes designer Sir Paul Smith spoke to the BBC's arts editor Will Gompertz.
House prices drop back, says ONS
12 Nov 2013 0:54:01
House prices across the UK have dropped back slightly, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
VIDEO: Chinese invest in empty homes
12 Nov 2013 0:13:27
Rapid urbanisation and a lack of other investment opportunities have created fears of a housing bubble in China, as Lucy Williamson reports.
AUDIO: Heseltine: HS2 can 'regenerate' areas
12 Nov 2013 0:12:42
Henry Overman, a former member of the HS2 analytical challenge panel, and Lord Heseltine, former conservative cabinet minister, discuss the HS2 plans.
VIDEO: Giving everyone a bank account
12 Nov 2013 0:04:44
BBC correspondents in Kenya, Bangladesh and Colombia talk about how innovation is enabling people to access banking services.
Depression 'speeds ageing process'
12 Nov 2013 9:50:08
Depression can make us physically older by speeding up the ageing process in our cells, research suggests.
UK inflation falls to 2.2% in October
12 Nov 2013 9:47:29
The UK's inflation rate, as measured by the consumer prices index (CPI), fell to 2.2% in October from 2.7% the month before.
EDF Energy prices 'to rise 3.9%'
12 Nov 2013 9:33:25
EDF Energy announces average price rises of 3.9% - latest UK provider to raise bills but by "half" that of rivals
Japan closes up 2.2% on weaker yen
12 Nov 2013 7:57:12
Asian shares closed higher on Tuesday led by Japan's Nikkei, which ended the day up 2.2% at a three-week high.
Gannet cam captures bird's eye view
12 Nov 2013 7:51:42
Miniature video cameras attached to birds have revealed life from a gannet's perspective.
Vodafone half-year profits £1.5bn
12 Nov 2013 7:45:35
Vodafone reports a half-year pre-tax profit of £1.5bn ($2.4bn) as it says trading in Europe remained "very tough at present".
Hull chief confirms name change plan
12 Nov 2013 7:30:36
Hull City chairman Assem Allam confirms his long-term intention to rename the Premier League club Hull Tigers.
Indian Mars mission snag 'resolved'
12 Nov 2013 3:44:12
India's mission to Mars has 'resolved' a snag and appears to be back on track, its space research agency says.
Biodiversity plans 'too simplistic'
12 Nov 2013 2:23:27
The government's biodiversity offsetting plans are too simplistic and need to be strengthened if they are to "properly protect Britain's wildlife", MPs warn.
News Corp reports fall in revenues
12 Nov 2013 1:04:20
Rupert Murdoch's News Corp has reported a modest profit for the three months to the end of September, but also saw falling revenues from advertising.
Falkland farewell for 'Space Ferrari'
12 Nov 2013 0:58:12
The final moments of Europe's Goce satellite were caught on camera as it blazed across the sky above the South Atlantic.
Apple and Samsung back in court
12 Nov 2013 0:11:24
Apple and Samsung are heading back to court in a row over damages awarded in a patent action.
'Soaring demand' for homes says Rics
12 Nov 2013 0:09:33
Chartered surveyors are calling for urgent action to cope with 'soaring demand' from house buyers.
Hello, is that really you?
12 Nov 2013 0:04:50
How biometrics make your voice the best weapon against fraud
Women bankers break through in India
12 Nov 2013 0:03:00
How women are calling the shots at some of India's top banks