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1 Green light for 'net zero' equivalent for nature
2 Climate change: Ban new gas boilers from 2025 to reach net-zero
3 Just 20 firms behind more than half of single-use plastic waste--study
4 More than a billion sparrows in the world, study finds
5 UK plastic waste being dumped and burned in Turkey, says Greenpeace
6 John Kerry: US climate envoy criticised for optimism on clean tech
7 China lands its Zhurong rover on Mars
8 Wastewater is 'polluting rivers with microplastic'
9 Nature: Throwing money at biodiversity schemes is ineffective
10 Cutting methane gas 'crucial for climate fight'
11 Chernobyl alcohol drink seized by authorities
12 James Webb Space Telescope's golden mirror in final test
13 Russia picks team for film shot on International Space Station
14 SpaceX Starship prototype makes clean landing
15 Petrus wine aged in space up for sale at Christie's
16 Jeff Bezos sets date for space sightseeing flight
17 Winchcombe meteorite to go on public display
18 Oceans' extreme depths measured in precise detail
19 Mind-boggling magnets could unlock plentiful power
20 Ancient child grave was Africa's earliest funeral
21 How would a peat-based compost ban affect Scotland?
22 UK farmers sound alarm over Australia trade talks
23 Rhayader father died after trying to rescue dog from hole
24 Wales weather: Why has there been so much rain and hail?
25 Gas Boilers: What are heat pumps and how much do they cost?
26 Cornwall Wave Hub to be sold for offshore wind farm
27 In pictures: Rising Amazon rivers flood COVID-hit areas in Brazil
28 St. Ives: Man builds raft to save 'unluckiest' swan and eggs
29 Sport 2050: Three ways attending sport as a fan could change
30 Famous Crystal Palace dinosaur given emergency facelift
31 Joe Root: England captain on impact of climate change on cricket
32 Northern Ireland's marine carbon stores help fight climate change
33 'How a $10k poker win changed how I think'
34 The hidden load: How 'thinking of everything' holds mums back
35 The Sentiero dei Parchi: A new hiking trail uniting Italy
36 A Quiet Place Part II: 'Exhilarating entertainment'
37 How humanity has changed the food it eats
38 Why swearing could have a place in the office
39 Google AI tool can help patients identify skin conditions
40 AI 'outperforms' doctors diagnosing breast cancer
41 AI 'doctor's assistant' among projects given 20 million pounds
42 Amazon investigated by German anti-trust watchdog
43 SolarWinds hack: Russian denial 'unconvincing'
44 Elon Musk impersonators earn millions from crypto-scams
45 Why is Huawei still in the UK?
46 Universities keeping lectures online into autumn term
47 Porn blocker 'missing' from Online Safety Bill prompts concern
48 Should encryption be curbed to combat child abuse?
49 Jake Paul investigated over suspected driving on protected turtle beach
50 Bill Gates left Microsoft amid affair investigation
51 Waymo self-driving taxi confused by traffic cones flees help
52 AT&T and Discovery to create new streaming giant
53 The app that lets you pay to control another person's life
54 Israel-Gaza: Why is the region blurry on Google Maps?
55 'Huge shortage' in digital skills says Apprentice winner
56 Jeff Bezos and the secretive world of superyachts
57 Facebook moderator: 'Every day was a nightmare'
58 Amazon in talks to buy MGM Studios for $9 billion--reports
59 Micheal Martin: Ireland's cyber security 'under continuous review'
60 Kiyan Prince: FIFA 21 adds former QPR youth player to game on anniversary of his death
61 Cyber-crime: Irish government briefed by cyber security authorities
62 COVID-19: YouTube launches vaccination ad campaign
63 How overwork is literally killing us
64 East Timor: A young nation reviving ancient laws
65 Cambridge University to offer short online courses for professionals
66 COVID-19: GCSE, AS and A-levels in NI to resume in 2021/22
67 School protests force U-turn after sick pupil banned from wearing cap
68 COVID Indian variant: Pupils keep face masks in parts of North West
69 Mary Beard's retirement present to fund students
70 COVID: 13.5 billion pounds needed to help pupils catch up, report says
71 Tommy Mallet: 'I don't read emails longer than five words'
72 Lockdowns hurt child speech and language skills--report
73 Would universities call parents in a mental health crisis?
74 Face masks no longer required in classrooms
75 COVID: Poor pupils fall further behind in maths
76 COVID: Gavin Williamson 'looking at' longer school day and shorter holidays
77 Students returning to university in England from 17 May
78 Students feel like an 'afterthought' after university return date
79 COVID: What's happening with universities as lockdown eases?
80 Leeds University students demand return to face-to-face teaching
81 John Swinney to be minister for COVID recovery
82 University students 'fed up' with more online lectures in autumn
83 Orchard Manor: Closure of day care for disabled 'heart-breaking'
84 Can two households travel in one car? And other questions
85 COVID: Which areas are being mass tested for variants?
86 Former paramilitary prisoners say academic selection should end
87 Keane's Jesse Quin keen to help Suffolk music pupils
88 Lord Haughey plans to build 11,000 affordable homes
89 The urgent search for 'slow water' in Peru
90 Coronavirus: Ministers to step up vaccine take-up calls amid variant fears
91 Pfizer vaccine can now be stored in fridge for longer, EU drug regulator says
92 India's COVID crisis hits Covax vaccine-sharing scheme
93 Mississippi abortion: US Supreme Court to hear major abortion case
94 COVID-19: Variant fears could delay England's 21 June easing review
95 Long working hours killing 745,000 people a year, study finds
96 How India's vaccine drive went horribly wrong
97 COVID vaccine: Period changes could be a short-term side effect
98 Mucormycosis: The 'black fungus' maiming COVID patients in India
99 As India halts vaccine exports, Nepal faces its own COVID crisis
100 India's COVID crisis: The newsroom counting the uncounted deaths
101 COVID: Government criticised over pre-pandemic planning
102 Unpublished hospital patient safety reports exposed
103 COVID: Concern as Indian variant cases double in Wales
104 COVID: Nurse who cared for PM resigns from NHS
105 Vaccinating children before poor morally wrong, Oxford scientist says
106 COVID-19: Luton pleas to be able to vaccinate all adults
107 COVID: 'Stop being selfish' call over jabs as cases surge in Bedford
108 Government has 'moral duty' to compensate over blood scandal
109 COVID: When will I get the vaccine?
110 COVID vaccine: Welsh health board offers all over-18s vaccine by 30 May
111 Coronavirus: One million receive first vaccine dose in NI
112 Lucy Letby: Trial date set for nurse accused of baby murders
113 How rafts helped primates rule the world