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1 China's sample-return Moon mission touches down
2 Climate change: Temperature analysis shows UN goals 'within reach'
3 UK climate targets too low, economists say
4 Alok Sharma 'overloaded with day job' to juggle UN summit role
5 One of biology's biggest mysteries 'largely solved' by AI
6 Australian scientists map millions of galaxies with new telescope
7 Brazil's Amazon: Deforestation 'surges to 12-year high'
8 COP26: Frustrated by delay, young activists stage virtual Mock COP
9 Why Bhutan's Sakteng wildlife sanctuary is disputed by China
10 Climate change: Warmer winters linked to increased drowning risk
11 Ban on new petrol and diesel cars in UK from 2030 under PM's green plan
12 Blue whales have 'rediscovered' South Georgia
13 Polar scientists wary of impending satellite gap
14 SLS: NASA 'megarocket' assembly begins in Florida
15 Sentinel-6: 'Dog kennel' satellite blasts off on ocean mission
16 Chinese spacecraft sets off on Moon sample quest
17 OneWeb satellite internet company is officially reborn
18 Why 2020 has been good for England's beavers
19 The Caribbean islands poisoned by a carcinogenic pesticide
20 The Indonesian meteorite which didn't sell for $1.8m
21 UK climate plan: What do the terms mean?
22 Young BAME ambassadors champion Bristol green and equality issues
23 Hull Castle Street dig: Bomb site and jail unearthed
24 'Benefits' of roadworks to archaeology reviewed
25 Call to scrap Weston-super-Mare homes for 'people's forest'
26 Anglesey tidal energy scheme planning inquiry to begin
27 Scouts Scotland appoints Mollie Hughes as first female president
28 UK climate targets too low, economists say
29 China gets tough on firms over single-use plastics
30 The Ark wildlife sanctuary 'inundated' with exotic pets
31 Public's help sought after rare birds stolen from California zoo
32 COVID: Funding boost after cancelled Royal Welsh Show
33 The mystery of Siberia's exploding craters
34 The 'romance scammers' cashing in on lockdown loneliness
35 Cape Town's most famous fast food
36 The Zoom horror that was 2020's most timely hit
37 The ships powered by 'green hydrogen'
38 Will online degrees become more 'legitimate'?
39 Facebook Oversight Board reveals its first cases
40 Bitcoin peaks at record high close to $20,000
41 Netflix content given age rating by algorithm
42 Spotify reveals 2020's most-streamed songs
43 Facebook News will pay UK outlets for content in 2021
44 Coronavirus: NHS COVID-19 app to gain self-isolation payments
45 China refuses to apologise to Australia for fake soldier image
46 Online grooming: 'My modelling job turned out to be a gang rape trap'
47 Vietnam: Facebook and Google 'complicit' in censorship
48 Zoom boosts sales forecast as pandemic drags on
49 Why shops are going over to the 'dark' side
50 Your data and how it is used to gain your vote
51 How machine learning is allowing thousands of students to sit exams at home
52 Cyber Monday: Why bots will beat you to in-demand gifts
53 Why don't Facebook and Apple like each other?
54 China-US trade war: Beijing escalates tit-for-tat with Washington
55 Microsoft files patent to record and score meetings on body language
56 Italy fines Apple 10 million euros over iPhone water-resistance claims
57 Ransomware halts classes for 115,000 Baltimore pupils
58 Coronavirus: Investment scams quadruple since virus lockdown
59 Ofsted points to total school disruption in some areas
60 Vulnerable children in lockdown 'national concern'
61 COVID: How might GCSE and A-levels work this summer?
62 Student COVID testing begins for Christmas exodus
63 COVID: Single parents 'struggling' as children forced to self-isolate
64 COVID in Scotland: Students and 'hotspot' areas targeted in testing
65 COVID: University of Surrey lowers entry grades to 'relieve anxiety'
66 Pandemic 'fuelling numbers of children out of school'
67 COVID in Scotland: Teachers asked if they would strike
68 COVID: Children more likely to be infected in second wave
69 COVID-19: All pupils and staff must wear masks in secondary school corridors
70 Coronavirus: Poorest pupils can enrol for catch-up tuition
71 COVID and schools: 'Children know things aren't right'
72 'What caring for my mum taught me about caring for my son'
73 Cut off in lockdown: 'Only left home three times since March'
74 Puberty blockers: Under-16s 'unlikely' to be able to give informed consent
75 COVID: Adults with learning disabilities 'miss out'
76 Irish-medium schools: Rise in number of primary pupils
77 Furrowfield teachers to strike over 'management bullying'
78 SNP conference: 500 pounds 'thank you' payment for healthcare staff
79 Coronavirus: Minister dismisses Christmas break rumours
80 COVID: Three Anglesey schools close after positive cases
81 COVID-19: Closure order for Manchester student house
82 COVID-19: Lung damage 'identified' in study
83 COVID vaccine: Rumours thrive amid trickle of pandemic facts
84 COVID-19: No plans for 'vaccine passport'--Michael Gove
85 COVID vaccine: Moderna seeks approval in US and Europe
86 COVID: Fauci warns of 'surge in cases' post Thanksgiving
87 Diego Maradona: Police raid house and clinic of doctor
88 COVID infections in England fall by 30% over lockdown--React study
89 Coronavirus: How Europeans are preparing for Christmas and New Year
90 Coronavirus: Losing a baby during the pandemic
91 COVID-19 pandemic: Tracking the global coronavirus outbreak
92 New Brunswick outbreak: How a smalltown doctor became a COVID pariah
93 COVID vaccines: Who decides if they are safe?
94 COVID vaccine: Who will get vaccinated first in the US?
95 Lockdown rules: Michael Gove's COVID claims fact-checked
96 COVID: Daily Mail gave NHS masks linked to Chinese Uighur factory
97 Bristol to Bath cycle path plagued by attacks
98 'Hundreds' seek private clinics for medical cannabis
99 COVID in Scotland: SNP's healthcare bonus 'stoking up division'
100 What are puberty blockers?
101 Coronavirus: Rise in COVID-19 patients sees operations cancelled
102 Girl's afro hair to be accepted by children's wig charity
103 Two out of three people would have a COVID-19 vaccine when one becomes available
104 The German press disparages dissenting voices on climate change
105 Alpha animals must bow to the majority when they abuse their power
106 Insulators in Alberta at higher risk of chest infections, COPD: study
107 Safe ultraviolet light could be used to sterilise high-risk COVID-19 environments
108 Time for total rethink on the management of alien species
109 It's not too late to save 102 species at risk of extinction
110 New Hubble data explains missing dark matter