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1 World's first year-long breach of key 1.5íC warming limit
2 Nuclear fusion: new record brings dream of clean energy closer
3 Mount Everest: Climbers will need to bring poo back to base camp
4 Farming: Unions warn unrest and protest is inevitable
5 Climate change: 'Godfathers of wind' share engineering's QEPrize
6 Government in court over chicken poo in River Wye
7 Amazon's record drought driven by climate change
8 New coffee genetic map promises better brews
9 2023 confirmed as world's hottest year on record
10 Moon lander: Japan's Slim reactivates and gets to work
11 European mission approved to detect cosmic ripples
12 Ingenuity: Damage puts end to ground-breaking Mars helicopter mission
13 Climate change: Four new emperor penguin groups found by satellite
14 Peregrine lander: American Moon mission destroyed over Pacific Ocean
15 Basildon Council promises to fix recycling sack 'error'
16 Solar farm plan rejected by South Holland council
17 What is the Paris climate agreement and why does 1.5íC matter?
18 Liverpool City Council 'disappointed' at being second worst for recycling
19 What is climate change? A really simple guide
20 Football club to generate income from energy scheme
21 Otter living in Ipswich park reported to have died
22 Council to ban balloon and sky lantern releases
23 Source oil and gas locally, urges Equinor energy boss
24 Larne Lough: Poots 'legally entitled' to approve gas cavern plan
25 Olga Denver: Leeds circus performer turned zoo owner dies aged 94
26 Chat Moss peat bog bought by wildlife trust for restoration
27 How do hot and cold-health alerts work?
28 Angiodema: Gene therapy blocks painful hereditary disorder
29 Did bodybuilding bring on my early perimenopause?
30 Elon Musk says Neuralink implanted wireless brain chip
31 Richard Scolyer: Melanoma doctor's high-stakes gamble to treat his brain cancer
32 Parents of sudden-death children 'let down by NHS'
33 Medicine stopped in 1980s linked to rare Alzheimer's cases
34 Disposable vapes to be banned for children's health, government says
35 Snoop Dogg's daughter Cori Broadus cried after suffering stroke aged 24
36 Exciting new cancer drug kinder than chemotherapy
37 Can Denmark's world-beating drugs maker stay ahead?
38 India TB: Can vaccines help India triumph over tuberculosis?
39 Super Bowl: Uber Eats advert criticised for peanut allergy joke
40 Royal Surrey: NHS trust issues freebirthing warning
41 Measles cases continuing to rise
42 Healthcare rules breached at GP practice--report
43 Cancer waiting times in 2023 worst on record in England
44 Ireland measles: Adult dies in hospital after contracting disease
45 Ban on road use to Roundhouse for 'patient safety'
46 London: Fears mental health calls going unattended
47 First UK patient recruited to new eczema drug trial
48 Mesh scandal: NI victims need payout says campaigner
49 Hertfordshire: Childhood obesity in county 'cause of concern'
50 Stroke survivor felt abandoned over mental health help
51 Stephen Fry praises King Charles for cancer announcement
52 Northamptonshire: Woman says mould is making her life a nightmare
53 Brighton & Hove City Council plans school-based counselling pilot
54 New weight-loss balloon pill brings hope for Yeovil man
55 Guinness World Records: Longest-surviving heart transplant patient recognised
56 Infected blood victim 'still coming to terms' with experience
57 Cookbook tribute to mum raises funds for Dorset hospice
58 Five US Marines dead in California helicopter crash
59 Georgia baby's decapitation during birth delivery ruled a homicide
60 Moana: Disney's hit animation to get surprise cinema sequel this year
61 US Senate bid to salvage Ukraine and Israel aid as border deal crumbles
62 US drone strike kills Iran-backed militia leader in Baghdad
63 Stabbing of US Palestinian a hate crime--Texas police
64 Disney boss bets future on Taylor Swift and Fortnite
65 US election 2024: Marianne Williamson suspends bid for US Democratic ticket
66 Cameron Ortis: Canadian official sentenced to 14 years for leaking secrets
67 US official arrested in 6 January Capitol riot probe
68 Climate change will bring megafloods to California
69 Jennifer Crumbley: When parents get the blame for a child's mass shooting
70 What is the Pineapple Express and why has it drenched California?
71 Nevada caucuses or primary: Why both Trump and Haley may claim victory
72 Cillian Murphy: Barbenheimer was a 'wonderful moment for cinema'
73 Why the Supreme Court is deciding if Donald Trump can be on Colorado's primary ballot
74 Who are the justices on the US Supreme Court?
75 The 14th Amendment plan to disqualify Trump, explained
76 US Supreme Court to consider if Trump should be kicked off 2024 ballot
77 Zelensky sacks Ukraine's commander-in-chief Valerii Zaluzhnyi
78 Brazil's ex-leader Bolsonaro to have passport seized over coup probe
79 State of emergency declared in Iceland after volcanic eruption
80 Azerbaijan election: President Ilham Aliyev wins vote criticised by monitors
81 Putin challenger Boris Nadezhdin barred from Russia's election
82 Israel chooses Eurovision 2024 entrant amid calls for a boycott
83 French actress Judith Godreche accuses directors of historical abuse
84 Why India law against exam cheating may not work
85 Could the Houthis sabotage undersea cables?
86 North Koreans working in China 'exploited like slaves'
87 Divya Deshmukh: India chess player's Instagram post sparks sexism discussion
88 US FCC makes AI-generated robocalls illegal
89 Senate advances aid package for Ukraine and Israel
90 Ghana electricity: New power tax put on hold after public outcry
91 Macron leads ceremony for French victims of Hamas attacks
92 Tucker Carlson: Russian state media revels in Moscow visit
93 Turkey earthquake: How a grieving mother uncovered the truth behind her son's death
94 Is Ireland's productivity boom real or 'artificial'?
95 Does Germany's economy need more than a cup of coffee?
96 Ukraine war: Zaluzhnyi sacking will not instantly solve battlefield woes
97 Man in court over murders of father and daughter
98 Keir Starmer defends Labour U-turn on 28 billion pounds green spending
99 King Charles doing 'extremely well' after cancer diagnosis, Queen Camilla says
100 Bahrain activist gets Home Office apology for Gatwick detention
101 Fashion icons assemble for Edward Enninful's last British Vogue cover
102 Minimum alcohol unit price in Scotland to rise to 65p
103 Two more giant tortoises found dead in woodland near Exeter
104 Raac: More than 100 school buildings will be rebuilt or refurbished
105 Bibby Stockholm: Government to investigate migrants' baptisms
106 'Where I live, many people don't have teeth'
107 Why Labour junked its 28 billion pounds green investment pledge
108 One Day: I rarely saw people like me in lead roles, says Ambika Mod
109 Manchester Arena attack survivors win case against conspiracy theorist
110 Michael Matheson: Scottish health secretary quits over 11k pounds iPad bill
111 Amazon staff target Valentine's Day with strike
112 Heston Blumenthal restaurant among those targeted in cloning scam
113 A leading data scientist's journey from doomism to climate hope
114 Climate change: The 1.5íC threshold explained
115 Are cars getting too big for the road?
116 How craftivism is powering 'gentle protest' for climate
117 How our drinking water could come from thin air
118 This Louisiana town moved to escape climate-linked disaster
119 The race to build climate-resilient coral reefs
120 How planting trees is bringing clean water to a tropical nation
121 From London to New York: Can quitting cars be popular?
122 AI bot useful for speeches, says Peterborough mayor
123 The AI companions you can have conversations with
124 The one simple change that will improve your media diet in 2024
125 Asbestos: The strange past of the 'magic mineral'
126 Men on Viagra may reduce their Alzheimer's risk--study
127 How to be a good flirt, according to science
128 Climate change is causing a pothole plague. Are robots and self-healing pavement the solution?
129 'A part of me was crying for freedom': The people embracing their stutter
130 Happy Grundsaudaag! The ancient Germanic history of Groundhog Day
131 Groundhog Day 's European creature parallels  and surprising 3000-year-old origins
132 Children's commissioner backs 'under-16s' phone'
133 Facebook and Instagram to label all fake AI images
134 Tesla owners told not to wear Apple virtual reality headsets while driving
135 Fake Biden video prompts call for Meta to label posts
136 Leeds doctors using 3D organ holograms to help surgery
137 Facebook at 20: Four ways the app changed the world
138 Should we fear an attack of the voice clones?
139 Workplace stress left me dependent on painkillers
140 A US engineer had a shocking plan to improve the climate--burn all coal on Earth
141 Why power naps might be good for our health
142 Research finds men are better at reading maps, but there's a catch
143 US scientist recommends adding salt to make perfect cup of tea
144 California signs cursive writing into law--what are the brain benefits?
145 Alien language: If we met extraterrestrials, could we talk to them?
146 The scientists looking for alien vegetation
147 If alien life is artificially intelligent, it may be stranger than we can imagine
148 Why aliens might already know that humans exist
149 AI unlocks ancient text owned by Caesar's family
150 'First of all you must be patient, then you need spatial memory': The man behind the puzzle that 99% can't solve
151 Arthur Miller on his divorce from Marilyn Monroe: 'Everything was coming together in an explosion'
152 An insider's guide to the best live music venues in New Orleans