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1 Captain Kirk: Bezos' Blue Origin to send William Shatner into space
2 All UK's electricity will come from clean sources by 2035, says PM
3 What climate scientists can teach us about dealing with climate change doom
4 BepiColombo: Europe's mission to Mercury returns first pictures
5 Huntington Beach: California oil spill sparks concern for wildlife
6 The classic cars being converted to electric vehicles
7 Climate change: Youth have 'every right to be angry' says UK PM
8 Climate change: Whisper it cautiously...there's been progress in run up to COP26
9 M25 protests: Protesters 'may cause serious injury or death'
10 COP26: Australia PM undecided on attending crucial climate summit
11 China pledges to stop building new coal energy plants abroad
12 What's holding up Scotland's bottle deposit scheme?
13 Are the Conservatives keeping their election promises?
14 Motorway protests: Patel to promise new powers over blockages
15 Climate change: Stop smoke and mirrors, rich nations told
16 Motorway protests: Insulate Britain activists block M1, M4 and M25
17 COP26: Welsh ministers push for wider climate summit role
18 COP26: Wildfires and flooding prompt Welsh firefighter warning
19 Climate change: Is the UK on track to meet its targets?
20 The Nature Conservancy announces 2021 photo contest winners
21 Clean energy from the fastest moving objects on earth
22 The photographers recording climate change in Scotland
23 Climate change: Arctic's unknown viruses' and nuclear waste
24 Virgin Galactic cleared to resume space flights
25 UK science minister 'wants strong European ties'
26 Landsat-9: 'Satellite of record' launches to picture Earth
27 NASA selects landing site for Moon rover mission
28 Moon contract signals new direction for Europe
29 James Webb: Hubble successor given mid-December launch date
30 International Space Station facing irreparable failures, Russia warns
31 Perseverance Mars rover's first rock sample goes missing
32 Brexit paves the way for gene-edited crops
33 US declares 23 bird, fish and other species extinct
34 Footprints in New Mexico are oldest evidence of humans in the Americas
35 Dinosaurs: 'Bizarre' fossil is Africa's first ankylosaur
36 Shaheen: Tropical cyclone batters Oman and Iran, killing 13
37 Marine Drive: 'Biodiverse' stretch of coastline given protection
38 Full power ahead for UK to Norway under-sea power cable
39 Coquet Island protected birds at risk from paddleboarders
40 Aberystwyth residents help archaeologists excavate Pen Dinas hillfort
41 Could Scotland's unwanted wind turbines be turned into playparks?
42 The people who claim to hear the Northern Lights
43 Why women are more burned out than men
44 Are floating cities our future?
45 Costa Rica's answer to range anxiety
46 Why hard work alone isn't enough to get ahead
47 Scotland's version of 'hygge'
48 Facebook, Whatsapp and Instagram suffer outage
49 Frances Haugen: Facebook whistleblower reveals identity
50 One Fastly customer triggered internet meltdown
51 Lime fights back against QR code snatchers
52 DeepMind faces legal action over NHS data use
53 Facebook grilled over mental-health impact on kids
54 AI can predict if it will rain in two hours' time
55 'Google' is most searched word on Bing, Google says
56 Petrol shortage: Waze uses push notifications to track fuel stocks
57 YouTube to remove all anti-vaccine misinformation
58 Amazon announces Astro the home robot
59 Amazon's algorithms taken to task in landmark bill
60 CEO Secrets: Don't fire staff for making mistakes
61 Genshin Impact earns $2 billion after 'unheard of' success in first year
62 Mr. Goxx, the crypto-trading hamster beating human investors
63 Adele: Anticipation builds for new music as singer updates social media
64 National Cyber Force to be based in Samlesbury
65 Devon broadband mast cables attacked four times
66 Ofcom approves Openreach fibre price cuts, angering rivals
67 Gateshead 5G mast arsonist had severe mental health issues
68 Ban Botox-style injections and lip fillers for under-18s in Wales, campaigners say
69 Twitch announces new tools to fight hate raids
70 Rhondda MP Chris Bryant gets skin cancer all-clear
71 Exams: COVID grade inflation to be wound back over two years
72 Exams 2022: Students to get advance notice of topics
73 Exams altered next year after pandemic disruption
74 GCSE results 2021: Record passes and top grades
75 Schools warn about hoax anti-vaccine letters
76 LGBT freshers: 'I worried Oxford wouldn't accept me'
77 COVID debt: A baby, job loss--and now eviction
78 Quarter of a million pupils to join BBC's Share Your Story
79 GCSE media studies to cover Rashford's food campaign
80 'Surrogacy is absolutely what I want to do'
81 Should schools retain online parents' evenings?
82 Second Homes: Pembrokeshire's council tax premium could double
83 COVID vaccines for 12 to 15-year-olds: What we know so far
84 COVID vaccine offers for ages 12 to 15 in Wales by half-term
85 Northumberland affordable housing campaign supported by councils
86 Secondary school league tables explained
87 Safety worries as asbestos in 60% of Welsh schools
88 Music studio opens for young disabled adults in Gloucester
89 Glasgow education chief: Schools were excluding pupils out of habit
90 Lord Woolley becomes first black man to head Oxbridge college
91 COVID: Schools in Wales see more than 10,000 cases
92 Ashford: Jelly Beans Day Nursery closes after child dies
93 University of Liverpool staff call off strike action
94 Bristol University: Professor David Miller sacked over Israel comments
95 Cheltenham care home provider fined after avoidable attack
96 Universal credit 20 pounds drop puts 100,000 renters at risk, homelessness charity warns
97 Botox-style injections and lip filler ban for under-18s in England
98 Year '21 podcast used as teaching aid for A-level pupils
99 General Teaching Council staff shortage hitting teachers' registrations
100 Sense of touch and heat research wins Nobel Prize
101 Brain implant may lift most severe depression
102 COVID antiviral pill can halve risk of hospitalisation
103 COVID-19 vaccinations: More than 50 nations have missed a target set by the WHO
104 Australian border to reopen for first time in pandemic
105 Coming off anti-depressants may not cause relapse--study
106 Schools link as Rugby proves COVID-19 hotspot
107 Abortion in NI: Timeline of key events
108 COVID: Novavax jab volunteer's 'regret' over trial approval wait
109 COVID-19 in the UK: How many coronavirus cases are there in my area?
110 Young more likely to pray than over-55s--survey
111 Ulster Hospital: Two wards remain closed due to COVID-19 outbreak
112 Arriva bus drivers in strike ballot over pay in north Wales
113 Hospitals inquiry: Mum told her son 'safer at home'
114 NHS dentistry access delays: 'I pulled 11 of my own teeth out'
115 Welsh runner 'feels incredible' after completing 189 mountains
116 Norwich nurse marks 25 years with dawn to dusk swims
117 Baby's fight for her life with rare PPHN birth problem
118 COVID: Northamptonshire children, 12-15, urged to get jabs
119 COVID: Which children are being vaccinated and why?
120 Sophie Fairall: Funeral for girl who died from rare cancer