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1 Icon of the Seas: World's largest cruise ship sets sail from Miami
2 Hermit crabs are 'wearing' our plastic rubbish
3 RSPB Garden Birdwatch 2024: Fewer wild birds visiting UK gardens
4 Ingenuity: Damage puts end to ground-breaking Mars helicopter mission
5 European mission approved to detect cosmic ripples
6 Stricken Japanese Moon mission landed on its nose
7 North Devon beaches cleaned by volunteers in day of action
8 Plymouth: Medics lead die-in protest over fossil fuels
9 'Slay' says Greta Thunberg at Farnborough Airport expansion protest
10 Pollution that killed 100,000 fish still a mystery
11 Greta Thunberg joins marchers in Farnborough Airport protest
12 Uri Geller unearths Scottish brick below Israeli museum
13 Council approves plans to tackle climate change
14 Hampshire and the Isle of Wight: Green shipping projects share 33 million pounds
15 Bristol zoologist's widow remembers husband's pioneering work
16 Ancient findings in Cornwall uncovered during A30 road upgrade
17 Office block approved next to ancient burial site
18 West Stow: Anglo-Saxon royal finds displayed at replica village
19 'Old smoker' giant red star discovered during 10-year galaxy study
20 Why Europe's farmers are taking their anger to the streets
21 River Cleddau group forms to stop 'ecological disaster'
22 France farmer protests: PM offers key concessions after roads around Paris blocked
23 Pollution: Bible messages in plastic bottles dumped in Bann river
24 River Test: The Crown actor James Murray slams sewage discharge plan
25 King 'notes' campaign against holiday resort
26 Leale's Yard archaeological dig finds mostly 'rubbish'
27 Torridge District Council's carbon footprint more than doubles
28 Alarming 45-fold rise in measles in Europe--WHO
29 Cameroon starts world-first malaria mass vaccine rollout
30 King Charles 'doing well' after prostate treatment
31 Safety plea over co-sleeping baby deaths figures
32 Child obesity in pandemic could have lifelong effects, study says
33 Sarah Ferguson's 'shock' at skin cancer diagnosis
34 Theresa May horrified by type 1 diabetes disordered eating
35 Snoop Dogg's daughter Cori Broadus cried after suffering stroke aged 24
36 Can Denmark's world-beating drugs maker stay ahead?
37 Viagra: Can BBC show help men talk about erectile dysfunction?
38 India TB: Can vaccines help India triumph over tuberculosis?
39 Unprecedented demand for ADHD assessments--trust
40 Support for people bereaved by suicide is focus of Guernsey event
41 Multi-language measles campaign launched
42 Dronfield: Mum raises 60k pounds for treatment abroad for rare cancer
43 Lincoln County Hospital gifted children's play unit
44 Late councillor 'broke silence' of cancer
45 Long wait times for child mental health services
46 Manx brain tumour charity receives grant for 'empowering' therapy
47 Cervical cancer: Third of Sheffield women missing checks, charity warns
48 Universities urge students to be aware of measles
49 Southampton surgeons use 3D printed liver model in UK first
50 Paramedic from Ipswich was let down by mental health services, mum says
51 Essex online prankster Simon Harris kept 367k pounds from council contracts
52 Bristol Riverside Adolescent mental health unit temporarily closed after review
53 Terminally ill man discharged without care package, wife says
54 Elderly man's 'lockdown' tricycle stolen from Cambridge church
55 Hoarding: Woman embarrassed to have visitors
56 Leeds General Infirmary roof repairs could cost millions
57 Southport home care agency put into special measures
58 Sheffield singer sheds 9st after getting stuck on fairground ride
59 Duchess's diagnosis prompts skin cancer searches
60 An unprecedented 1,000 manatees are gathering in Florida this week--but why?
61 What to expect from this year's rare double brood of cicadas
62 Last male of his kind: The rhino that became a conservation icon
63 Asbestos in drinking water: What does it mean for human health?
64 Visualising the Great Pacific Garbage Patch
65 The US is bringing back nature's best firefighters: beavers
66 From London to New York: Can quitting cars be popular?
67 The hiking movement to reclaim green spaces
68 Antarctic tourism: Should we just say no?
69 The sound maps that predict poachers' movements
70 Frozen iguanas are falling from trees in Florida--here's why you don't need to worry
71 Pembrokeshire skier bags a Welsh hill that rarely sees snow
72 Amazon's record drought driven by climate change
73 You can't hear it, but this sound can reveal that a tornado is on its way
74 The ocean drones tracking hurricanes
75 What a record-breaking hurricane looks like
76 The other 'Nino' that fuels the most destructive hurricanes
77 The weird wind that can supercharge heatwaves and wildfire
78 The EV SUVs consumers want are coming
79 Davos 2024: The future of sustainable business is 'regeneration'
80 'Bridge to full electrification': Could hybrid cars push reluctant drivers to EVs?
81 The hacks that can help to keep your home warmer
82 Can a brand use AI and still be a part of the 'slow fashion' movement? Selkie thinks so
83 Will reusable cups become as common as grocery totes?
84 Moments of hope and resilience from the climate frontlines
85 How reindeer help fight climate change
86 Longfield Hospice raises 68k pounds through Christmas tree recycling scheme
87 The industrial English city with more trees than people
88 Concrete tunnels and permafrost: How Sweden is future-proofing skiing
89 The 'dark earth' revealing the Amazon's secrets
90 10 sustainable travel destinations to visit in 2024
91 How to choose the right sneakers, shoes and boots--and make them last
92 The inventor selling origami back to Japan
93 Remembrance Day marked at services across Scotland
94 Woman says 'yes' after spotting proposal on Barra beach
95 Family says murdered Marelle Sturrock was expecting baby boy
96 Gardi Sugdub: The Americas' disappearing island
97 The people living 'circular,' low-waste lives
98 Why 'living retro' is perfect for now
99 Essen: Germany's 'ugly duckling' city success
100 How forest schools boost children's immune systems
101 The Isle of Eigg: The community-owned island that powers itself
102 How the right to repair might change technology
103 The Apple Macintosh was first released 40 years ago: These people are still using the aging computers
104 The surprisingly subtle ways Microsoft Word has changed how we use language
105 The A-Z of AI: 30 terms you need to understand artificial intelligence
106 The 300-year-old Japanese method of upcycling
107 Can luxury fashion ever be fully sustainable?
108 Freddie Mercury cape replica to feature at Salisbury Museum
109 Pre-loved wear: 'South Asian clothes can live more than one life'
110 US drone attack: Three US troops killed in drone strike on US base in Middle East
111 Key UN Gaza aid agency UNRWA runs into diplomatic storm
112 Disposable vapes to be banned for children's health, government says
113 Measles: Why are cases rising and what is the MMR vaccine?
114 Bridgwater primary school becomes water-only for pupils
115 Mona Lisa: Protesters throw soup at da Vinci painting
116 Mona Lisa replica set to fetch up to 300,000 euros at auction
117 Moti Mahal: India curry houses battle over butter chicken
118 Huge push for Gaza aid--but little hope for those suffering
119 Israel reined in by ICJ rulings on Gaza--but will it obey?
120 The Nigerian professor who makes more money welding
121 Rare Star Wars Jawa figure found in loft sells for 19,500 pounds