Login for Bowdoin-only view | ?
The latest stories from the Home section of the BBC News web site.
Updated: 6 min 12 sec ago
A total of 1,000 jobs are to be created in Hull and East Yorkshire as manufacturing giant Siemens and Associated British Ports confirm they are investing a total of £310m in UK wind turbine factories.
Royal Mail says it is planning to cut 1,600 jobs as part of cost-saving plans, but unions have warned it could lead to industrial action.
The family of one of four soldiers who died at Deepcut barracks has been given permission to seek a fresh inquest.
Plans for a pub to charge drinkers £1.50 for a pint of beer have been met with strong opposition from some local people
Two fishermen are airlifted to hospital after their fishing boat sank after hitting rocks off Shetland.
A bus crash in northern Thailand has killed at least 30 people and injured 22 others, Thai authorities say.
The press speculates as to the fate of flight MH370, which is presumed to have crashed into the sea, while the Daily Star says Rihanna could be a new X Factor judge.
Live coverage of the trial of South African athlete Oscar Pistorius, who denies murdering his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp on Valentine's Day 2013.
The Wales Audit Office says it is uncertain whether a £90m project to move 550 civil service jobs out of Cardiff represented good value for money.
The MoD should be more open about using drones so the public has greater confidence in the operations, MPs say.
The UK must learn from leaks and poor monitoring at existing onshore oil and gas sites before any expansion of shale gas "fracking", scientists have warned.
A decision to sell two buildings belonging to a further education college ended up costing the public purse £20m, a report finds.
The Indian Ocean search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 is suspended for the day due to bad weather, Australian officials say.
Plans to transform childcare in an independent Scotland are not workable, a body representing day nurseries in Scotland claims.
Could Scotland afford better childcare?
Engineering giant Siemens confirms it will build a major new wind turbine factory in Hull, three years after the plans were first announced.
Justice Secretary Chris Grayling says new prison policies are not denying inmates access to books after criticism from leading authors.
Thousands of young people may be "slipping through the net" because adults do not spot the warning signs of mental health problems, experts say.
Excitable One Direction fans turn out at Clevedon Pier near Bristol to catch a glimpse of the band filming.
Plans to expand shale gas fracking in the UK must learn from leaks and poor monitoring at existing onshore wells, scientists say.