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Is a TV show the future of higher education?
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A pilot cull of badgers begins in west Gloucestershire, a week after badger killings began in Somerset.
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Some 80,000 gold miners in South Africa have gone on a strike to call for higher pay, but their union has significantly scaled down its demands.
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Australia reports better-then-forecast growth numbers for the April to June quarter, boosted by gains in consumer spending.
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Standard and Poor's says the lawsuit filed against it by the US Justice Department is "retaliation" against its decision to downgrade the US credit rating.
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BBC News visits three people who in different ways are harnessing technology to change the way we experience fashion.
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Scientists believe they have discovered a new reason why we need to sleep - it replenishes a type of brain cell.
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The UK's peat bogs and fenlands played a major role during times of conflict but they are now often overlooked or forgotten, say experts.
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Richard III suffered from a roundworm infection, a team studying the remains of the king says.
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A conservation trust says a giant beetle found by an amateur naturalist may be first of its kind to be seen in Britain.
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A new timeline for the formation of ancient Egypt is established by scientists.
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Tricks used by some schools to inflate their GCSE science results will be revealed at a conference on Wednesday.
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China is one of Nokia's biggest markets but as the BBC's Martin Patience reports from Beijing, it faces fierce competition there.
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The man who could have beaten Google
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Running a newspaper in Burma
03 Sep 2013 3:00:54
The challenges of running a newspaper in Burma
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Rangers could add four new directors as a power struggle within the Ibrox club's board reaches a stalemate.
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Urgent action is needed at Thursday's G20 summit in St Petersburg to fix a tax system that allows firms to "rip off" poor African nations, Oxfam has warned.
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US gets a bellyful of an invasive predator
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Kodak emerges from bankruptcy protection as a much smaller business concentrating on services for businesses such as printing packaging.
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630 Lloyds TSB branches are to be rebranded as TSB, affecting millions of customers
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Council leaders approve a key land deal in the £50m redevelopment of Home Park in Plymouth.
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Google and Nestle reveal how they struck a surprise deal to make Android KitKat the name of the search firm's forthcoming mobile operating system.
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Lloyds chief executive Antonio Horta-Osorio tries to reassure millions of customers who are being moved to the new TSB Bank next week.
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Millions of customers who are being moved from Lloyds to a new TSB Bank are being promised a "seamless transition" by the banking group's chief executive Antonio Horta-Osorio.
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The Financial Ombudsman Service tells BBC Radio 5 Live's Breakfast that it is upholding many of the record number of complaints put to it in the first six months of 2013, 86% of which are about PPI.
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