The government’s 2040 deadline for shifting to electric-powered cars criticised as 'unambitious'.
A BBC analysis of official figures finds nearly 6,000 local bank branches have closed since 2010.
Rachael Bland's show about fighting cancer is a winner at the radio industry's awards night.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex kick off their shoes during an official visit to the Sydney landmark.
Transgender feminist Fay and radical feminist Louise discuss how they feel.
MPs have accepted more than £2m worth of free travel over the last two years, BBC analysis reveals.
They shouldn't shy away when patients want to talk about the end of their lives, a report says.
Theresa May says both sides are determined to reach a deal, despite no major breakthrough.
Harper is now the youngest person ever to visit all 50 states of the US.
Marcus Martin held the tourist captive for weeks and repeatedly attacked her in Queensland.
Donald Trump says he may call upon the military to shut the border if the Central American caravan continues.
Turkish officials believe the Saudi journalist's body may have been disposed of outside Istanbul.
Many papers comment on MPs' reactions to the PM's proposal to extend the Brexit transition period.
Is the underwire under fire from a new wave of women ditching 'scaffolding' bras?
Jenny Graham circumnavigated the globe in 125 days, knocking 19 days off the previous record.
It's the weekly news quiz - have you been paying attention to what's been going on in the world during the past seven days?
Bournemouth striker Jermain Defoe gets a tattoo in memory of his friend Bradley Lowery, the Sunderland fan who died aged six after a long illness.
Emmanuel Ibeawuchi is captain of Nigeria's amputee national team, hoping to compete at the World Cup.
Oregon zoo posted images taken during routine health checks.
Grace Meng says "cruel" China is persecuting him – and that she's now a target – in her first UK media interview.
Hospital users are encouraged to activate the announcements when they see someone smoking on site.
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Gary Andrews, whose wife died suddenly from sepsis last year, shares his life through his drawings.
With the prison service in crisis, three women explain why they want a job working behind bars.
Turkish police fear 15 Saudis who flew to Istanbul on 2 October may have murdered Jamal Khashoggi.
Is the US economy under President Trump the best it's ever been?
Concept cars look beautiful and futuristic, but why spend millions on them if they're never going to make it into production?
Afghans are set to defy threats, insecurity and fears over fraud as they vote in a new parliament.
The comic and presenter shares her life lessons - and reveals all about THAT Have I Got News For You moment.
The band's groundbreaking stage show is designed to ensure everyone has a front-row seat.
In a country where abortion is still taboo, a new play hopes to cue a genuine public discussion.
The Football Association urges police to tackle abuse on social media after death threats are made to England's Karen Carney.
Four-time world champion Lewis Hamilton is one of the five greatest champions in Formula 1 history, says Fernando Alonso.
Two-time Olympic gold medallist Ed Moses says he was told to "shut up" at a World Anti-Doping Agency meeting.
BBC Sport football pundit Mark Lawrenson takes on Australia cricket legend Shane Warne to predict this weekend's Premier League results.
England number eight Nathan Hughes "deeply regrets" the social media post that triggered a further two-week ban says coach Eddie Jones.
British number one Johanna Konta reaches just her second semi-final this year by beating Aliaksandra Sasnovich in the Kremlin Cup.
Former world champions John Higgins and Neil Robertson and world number five Judd Trump are knocked out of the English Open.
Hannah Jenkins survived a cycling accident - but woke up no longer being able to understand English.
A BBC investigation has found that at least 106 chemical attacks have taken place since mid-2014.
Every time the North Korean leader makes the news, two very unlikely beneficiaries prepare for their phones to start ringing.
A fatal accident inquiry is adjourned after hearing different evidence on how he ended up in the water.
The five-year proposals would see hundreds of affordable properties built across the Scottish Borders.
It comes after planning officials voiced concerns about the impact on the landscape of the Berwickshire coast.
A council supports a project to demolish flats to make way for more than 100 new homes in the Scottish Borders.
The improvements will help to ensure people continue to enjoy the Eildon Hills area's "fantastic scenery".
Citizen Advice Scotland says the introduction of Universal Credit is one of the main drivers of the problem.
The chairman of the Scottish Land Commission intervenes in the case of two tenants facing removal from their farm.
A court hears how other motorists watched sparks fly from the car along the A74(M) in southern Scotland.
The average cost of a house in Scotland rose by 4.1% in the year to August - above the UK figure of 3.2%.
Scottish Secretary David Mundell says he is in step with the prime minster and did not threaten to quit.
Every one of Scotland's 40-man autumn Test squad has a "very good chance" of playing in the World Cup, says head coach Gregor Townsend.
The family of Chris Mitchell speak out about their loss in the hope of raising awareness of mental health in the sport.
A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 5 - 12 October.
Images dating from the 1950s or 60s are discovered on a film inside a camera bought from a charity shop.
Kleenex has stopped branding big tissues Mansize, but that's not the only gender-identifying product out there.
Anna England Kerr was shown ads for cots, cribs and IVF, despite trying to turn them off.
The BBC's economics editor said it happened when he was with his son in west London.
Director Mike Leigh sees modern-day parallels with the killing of protesters in 1819.
Friends of Amelia Eldred were ready with a group hug as she walked into school on her new leg.
Keziah Flux-Edmonds mother opened the memorial garden in memory of her six-year-old daughter.
There have been about 40 crashes in the past year, say Nottingham Express Transit (NET).
New Zealand-born MP Sir Paul Beresford struggles to understand a question from the SNP's David Linden.
Michelle Heaton went through early menopause aged 38 after a hysterectomy.
Ex On The Beach's Natalee Harris tells Victoria Derbyshire it encouraged others to have the same procedure.
A BBC investigation finds numerous zero rated takeaways on Just Eat, the UK's biggest online platform.
A new statue portraying blind veterans from the First World War has been unveiled.
Poor parking causes "enormous amount of anxiety" for visually impaired - and their guide dogs.
The Duke of Sussex met children while visiting New South Wales with his wife.
Zac Oliver will now head to the United State for cancer treatment.
Passengers face travel chaos after a test train severely damaged overhead power cables near Paddington Station.
Tamer fled Syria seven years ago, but now lives in a historic house in south-west London.
Silent footage has been painstakingly restored by Lord of the Rings director Peter Jackson.
A world record has been set for the longest parade of ice cream vans.
Theresa May will address EU leaders as she tries to make a Brexit deal. Europe ministers offer their advice to her.
Hundreds of empty plastic bottles have been handed in to a Leeds car parking scheme.
The van driver almost ploughed into pedestrians at a pelican crossing.
The Olympic champion and London mayor race around a London school to inspire children to get active.
It's all to do with money and timing, says the BBC's Europe editor Katya Adler.
People in Sydney offer their advice for how to catch the eye of royals Meghan and Harry.
The BBC newsreader can't hide his reaction while announcing the birth of Pippa Middleton and James Matthews' son.
The author from Northern Ireland took away the award for her book set during the Troubles.
They were remembered at candlelit vigil in a city centre.
Pepper the robot answers questions from MPs on the education select committee about helping to care for older people.
The manufacturer says the bags once disposed have a six-month lifespan.
Former hosts of the children's show remember the gaffes and the laughs in a BBC One Show special to mark the anniversary.
Thieves film their exploits and post them online. But motorbike enthusiasts are fighting back.
Two-time Winter Olympic champion Lizzy Yarnold says she is "ready for a new chapter" after announcing her retirement from skeleton.
As the Brexit talks enter the final stages, new research shows that British voters are split on whether they think it will be good for the country.
The UK is the only nation currently planning to use the landing manoeuvre on its aircraft carriers.
The project to race a car at more than 1,000mph runs into a financial roadblock, with the company behind the venture going into administration.
Young black people talk about what it's like for them living in Northern Ireland.
Our own "Banksy" finds out what people outside Sotheby's think of the headline-hitting stunt.
A woman, known as 'Miss M’, won £80,000 in damages in a private civil action from a man who had been cleared of raping her after a night out in Scotland.
The forces said the videos could improve driver behaviour and reduce crashes.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex start their Australia tour with a special announcement.
The Sussexes, on their first royal tour in Australia, announced their baby is due next spring.