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1 Environment Agency: 7,000 properties to be lost to sea
2 Whooping cough proteins evolving 'unusually' fast
3 Sun's sizzling X-rays photographed from space
4 Cold weather: Record 2014 freeze for England, Wales and Northern Ireland
5 Tiger and wild cat trade from Myanmar to China growing
6 Scientists attack Home Secretary's student exit plan
7 LA River's flood role is 'paramount'
8 Antarctic photo science archive unlocked
9 New record for deepest fish
10 Shrinking ship bubbles 'could counteract climate change'
11 The year 2014 in archaeology
12 Science still learning how to limit tsunami misery
13 Ebola: How does it compare?
14 Science: Best long reads of 2014 (part one)
15 The science news highlights of 2014
16 The insects that made Christmas
17 Paralysis cure, Ebola, new vaginas...and other medical stories of 2014
18 The mystery of Chopin's death
19 Spectacular real virgin births
20 Virgin Atlantic jet lands safely with landing gear problem
21 Debbie Purdy: Right-to-die campaigner dies
22 Italy ferry: Death toll rises to seven as evacuation ends
23 AirAsia QZ8501: Indonesia plane 'at bottom of sea'
24 City Link owner defends handling of firm's administration
25 Music in 2015: A look-ahead
26 Tumblr CEO: Focusing on storytelling and self-expression
27 The big ideas of 2014: Part I
28 Top business tips for 2015
29 General election 2015: Youth vote 'could be key to win'
30 Schumacher faces 'long fight' one year after skiing accident
31 Stewart Green in court over grandson Alex Robinson's murder
32 Politician's fingerprint 'cloned from photos' by hacker
33 Ex-Bank chief Mervyn King says financial system still weak
34 Network Rail boss 'may take bonus' after disruption
35 Childcare costs 'cancel out wages'
36 Afghanistan conflict: Taliban declares 'defeat' of NATO
37 Bangor: Land, sea and air search for woman
38 Gmail access appears to be blocked in China
39 Wolf of Wall Street 'is most pirated film of 2014'
40 The Interview makes $15 million in online release
41 Xbox and PlayStation resuming service after attack
42 Uber 'truly sorry' for price rise during Sydney siege
43 Video games should be in Olympics, says Warcraft maker
44 China's Alibaba spent $160 million fighting fake goods
45 North Korea struggles to stay online
46 Apple issues first automatic bug update for Macs
47 E-books 'damage sleep and health,' doctors warn
48 Sony threatens to take legal action against Twitter over leaked emails
49 Star Trek: Justin Lin to direct film franchise's next outing
50 Tripadvisor fined by Italian competition regulator
51 Spyware use in domestic violence 'escalating'
52 Jail term for Silk Road bitcoin deals
53 The 12 tech months of 2014
54 How the e-retailers keep us spending
55 When will man become machine?
56 No-well, No-well--keeping your Christmas gadgets safe
57 Tech that wants to get inside your head
58 Police play cat and mouse with online jihadists
59 Sony comedy The Interview opens
60 Rush Limbaugh and his 'black Bond' outrage
61 Southend teacher Martin Goldberg 'betrayed' school
62 TV chef Lorraine Pascale to become foster ambassador
63 Childhood in the US 'safer than in the 1970s'
64 Pakistan school attack: Several suspects arrested
65 Theresa May backs student visa crackdown
66 Confucius institute: The hard side of China's soft power
67 Women take more places in rising university numbers
68 Morgan criticised over use of statistics
69 Pakistan school attack: Blazers flecked with blood
70 2014 review: Is the tide turning in pupil performance?
71 The volunteers cooking up hot meals for children at Christmas
72 One step away from homelessness at Christmas
73 How many attacks on schools around the world?
74 Prime Minister David Cameron runs in charity mud race
75 Oil industry set for year of mergers and takeovers, says PwC
76 Richard Branson's top 10 tips for success
77 Ebola case confirmed in Glasgow hospital
78 Smoking rot highlighted in campaign
79 Police should target troublesome drunks, A&E boss says
80 Loom bands 'inhalation danger' to young children
81 Life choices 'behind more than four in 10 cancers'
82 Ebola crisis: Sierra Leone declares three-day lockdown in north
83 Proposed NHS hospital funding changes may lead to 'avoidable deaths'
84 Vodka prices: Putin calls for cap amid economic crisis
85 Three e-cigarette TV adverts banned
86 Christmas baby born on US train in Philadelphia
87 Smartphone use 'changing our brains'
88 Why are so many drinks flavoured with honey?
89 Review 2014: NHS turbulence continues in Wales
90 Christmas menus: Cuisine and calories through the ages
91 Christmas closures--plan ahead
92 Prader-Willi and not feasting at Christmas
93 Billy Caldwell: Santa grotto helps Castlederg boy with epilepsy
94 Ebola outbreak: the West Africa you don't see
95 Daniel Spargo-Mabbs death: Parents hope charity will prevent drugs deaths
96 Me, my friend Pru, and our memories
97 A Point of View: Happiness and disability
98 An Extortionist Has Been Making Life Hell for Bitcoin's Earliest Adopters
99 This Year's 8 Smartest UI Design Ideas
100 Out-of-Print Games We Were Thrilled to Play Again in 2014
101 The Rapidly Disappearing Business of Design
102 Here Are the 10 Best Movies You Didn't See this Year
103 These Egg-Shaped Speakers Sound So Good, They'll Scramble Your Brains
104 A Beautiful Salt Refinery that Looks like Another Planet
105 The Creepiest Science and Nature Stories of 2014
106 Chinese Smartphone Maker Xiaomi Is Now the World's Most Valuable Startup
107 Machine Intelligence Cracks Genetic Controls
108 The 5 Most Dangerous Software Bugs of 2014
109 The Best WIRED Stories of 2014
110 The Sneakiest Way Prosecutors Get a Guilty Verdict: PowerPoint
111 Diabetes Patients Are Hacking Their Way Toward a Bionic Pancreas
112 15 Essential Apps to Install on Your New iPad
113 So You Got an Apple TV. Here Are Some Handy Tips and Tricks
114 Light Sculptures that Challenge Your Sense of Reality