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Collective community-based rights could put the world's fisheries on a sustainable footing after decades of over-exploitation, an expert suggests
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Labour leader Ed Miliband pledges to freeze or cut business rates for millions of small firms if Labour wins the next general election.
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Thousands of DNA swabs taken from former prisoners who were jailed before 1994 may have to be destroyed, if judges rule against a police force later.
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Thousands of workers take to the streets in Bangladesh to demand higher wages and better working conditions.
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US carmaker Chrysler files papers for an initial public offering as its two biggest stakeholders continue to disagree on the terms of a merger.
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Improved cookstoves could improve the health of millions and reduce the impact of black carbon on glaciers.
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Getting young children to take an hours nap after lunch could help them with their learning by boosting brain power, a study suggests.
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Preserved remains in Irish bogs tell tales of sacrifice and violence
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The peat of central Ireland gives up 4,000-year-old secrets
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Matthew Price looks at how Norway is turning household rubbish into valuable energy.
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A project in India is trying to get families to swap their traditional mud cookers for new stoves, to help stop mountain glaciers from melting.
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How banning managers powered-up the games giant
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The dawn of a new industrial revolution?
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The Football Association believes Istanbul is the "front runner" to host the semi-finals and final of Euro 2020.
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Ed Miliband is to pledge to freeze or cut business rates for millions of small firms if Labour wins the next general election, in his keynote party conference speech.
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Scientists have said they are certain that greenhouse gases from human activities are heating the planet, despite a global pause in rising temperatures
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Struggling smartphone maker Blackberry agrees in principle to be bought by a consortium led by Fairfax Financial for $4.7bn (£3bn).
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Football club Arsenal sees annual profits fall from £36.6m to £6.7m despite making £47m from selling Robin van Persie and Alex Song.
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To move up the world's financial rankings, emerging economies need to invest in green energy, education and research, says a US expert in economic growth.
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Microsoft updates its range of Surface tablets, offering improved battery life and faster processing speeds as it continues to battle for market share.
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Psychologist Elizabeth Loftus studies memories. More precisely, she studies false memories, when people either remember things that didn't happen or remember them differently from the way they really were. It's more common than you might think, and Loftus shares some startling stories and statistics, and raises some important ethical questions we should all remember to consider.
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Celtic report a pre-tax profit of £9.74m in their preliminary financial results, up from a £7.37m loss in 2012.
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Thousands of UK landlords with the West Bromwich Building Society are facing a rise in the interest rate charged on their tracker mortgages.
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Apple says it has sold nine million of its new iPhone models in three days, with demand for the iPhone 5S outstripping supply.
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Design Council chief executive John Mather says that 'cool' brands have a "timeless quality".
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