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1 UK poisonous plants: The dangerous plants lurking in plain sight
2 Transparent mouse could improve cancer drug tests
3 London wildfire response hit by crew shortages--report
4 Crunch talks due on deep-sea mining controversy
5 Heatwaves: Why this summer has been so hot
6 Climate change: Shipping agrees net-zero goal but critics chide deal
7 Memo reveals pressure on UK climate finance pledge
8 Climate change: World's hottest day since records began
9 Europe's Ariane-5 rocket completes final launch
10 Weather satellite captures lightning spectacle across Earth
11 Euclid: Europe's 'dark explorer' telescope launches
12 Scientists pick up shock waves from colliding galaxies
13 Meerkats to be housed at Edinburgh children's hospital
14 Japan floods: three die as island hit by 'heaviest' rainfall
15 Purple lid bins move for paper recycling in South Kesteven
16 COVID lockdowns had little impact on deer collisions
17 Used furniture saves Bristol school money to spend on kids
18 Schoolboy finds exotic birds in Swansea park
19 New Forest's Hatchet Pond reopens after restoration work
20 Bee-eater on 'verge of laying' after Norfolk nest upset
21 White Island: New Zealand volcano tragedy trial begins
22 Canada's Northwest Territories records its hottest temperature
23 Injured Bradford kitten undergoes special surgery to enable her to blink
24 US climate envoy John Kerry criticises big oil for backtracking
25 Cardiff council considers diesel bin lorries over grid concerns
26 Manx wildlife charity's efforts to reduce biodiversity decline
27 Birmingham Botanical Gardens reveals 13 million pounds revamp
28 Chris Mason: Biden to meet Sunak and King during UK visit
29 Tree felling warning over rare red squirrel site
30 How harvesting electricity from humid air could one day power our devices
31 Divorce benefits: How companies are helping workers navigate separation
32 In Pictures: Five of the world's most remarkable treks
33 The eight best gothic books of all time
34 Why syphilis is rising around the world
35 Work 'love bombing': When companies come on too strong
36 Gateau au yaourt: The French cake anyone can make
37 Meta plans feed for Threads after users complain
38 Threads app signs up 100m users in less than a week
39 Instagram's Threads: 'Almost every influencer will be hopping on it'
40 Foxconn: Apple supplier drops out of $20 billion India factory plan
41 Privacy activists slam EU-US pact on data sharing
42 Video games: YouTube channel NoClip rescues tapes from landfill
43 Byju's: The unravelling of India's most valued start-up
44 Threads: Twitter threatens legal action over Meta's new app
45 Theatres tempt new audiences with virtual reality
46 Can Threads make more money than Elon Musk's Twitter?
47 China hits Jack Ma's Ant Group with nearly $1 billion fine
48 The flatpack homes rehousing Ukrainian families
49 The entrepreneurs celebrating their past failures
50 Why Europe's 'lonely' tech entrepreneurs need help
51 Airbus experiments with more control for the autopilot
52 The workers already replaced by artificial intelligence
53 Microsoft's deal to buy Activision Blizzard boosted by US judge
54 Online Safety Bill: Algorithms that lead boys to Andrew Tate content targeted
55 Prime: Top US senator calls for probe into KSI and Logan Paul energy drink
56 Birmingham schools use virtual reality to tackle knife crime
57 Swindon colleges use realistic mannequins to train students
58 Twitter Blue accounts fuel Ukraine War misinformation
59 Flintshire: Councillors' respect training after Fuhrer jibe
60 Martin Lewis felt 'sick' seeing deepfake scam ad on Facebook
61 Sats results 2023: Reading standards fall in Year 6 tests
62 Ruth Perry: Family looking for answers at inquest
63 Appeal court overturns disability strategy ruling
64 Wiltshire head teacher defends locking school toilets
65 Tewkesbury school stabbing: Teacher Jamie Sansom recovering well
66 Parenting: Rural mums offered help with mental health
67 Joe Swash: Teenagers leaving care almost 'set up for failure'
68 Cancer: Mum writes book to help child cope with her diagnosis
69 University marking boycott: What is the impact on students?
70 Nigeria offers students loans--they want jobs
71 Adur Council acts after tenants wait years for repairs
72 Drummer Nandi Bushell to open Ipswich music school
73 Call to turn empty prison officer flats into homes
74 Royal Shakespeare Company selects five plays by Northampton youngsters
75 Tewkesbury school stabbing: Boy arrested in attempted murder inquiry
76 Cambridge: Government's alleged housing plan for city 'absurd'
77 Holmfirth head teacher to skydive to boost school budget
78 Bristol Babbasa CEO honoured for work with young people
79 Cambridgeshire's Anthony Browne MP to fight housing plan for city
80 Changes to Jersey landlord and tenancy laws criticised
81 Caster Semenya wins appeal at European Court of Human Rights
82 Weight-loss jabs investigated for suicide risk
83 Smartwatches may provide early Parkinson's diagnosis
84 Rise in psychological distress in young adults--survey
85 COVID pandemic linked to surge in child and teen diabetes
86 Aspartame--is it a possible cause of cancer?
87 South Koreans become younger under new age-counting law
88 She helped kill Roe vs. Wade--now she wants to end abortion in America
89 US health panel releases new breast cancer screening guidelines
90 Kenya sickle cell: Fighting to dispel the myths around the disease
91 The woman who travelled seven hours by camel to give birth
92 Lincolnshire mental health hospital dirty and unsafe, CQC finds
93 Shingles vaccine extended to vulnerable over-50s
94 Former surgeon wants NHS MeToo movement for sexual harassment
95 Isle of Man nurses to join protest march over 6% pay offer
96 COVID inquiry: Former first minister says UK should have made NI decisions
97 COVID Isle of Man: At-risk young children offered primary COVID jabs
98 Luton cancer campaigners want 40 million pounds promised by government
99 Scotland's A&E four hour target continues to be missed
100 Isle of Man GP practices to close for essential training for doctors
101 Placenta find: Mum and baby still sought in Southampton
102 GP practice closures increase NHS pressure
103 Families back balloon's organ donation mission
104 US Senate abortion row leaves Marines leadership in limbo
105 MPs approve report on alleged interference in Partygate probe
106 Aberdare: Care worker bitten 'through to the bone' by patient, court hears
107 COVID inquiry: Lack of ministers had 'significant impact' on planning
108 Nottingham maternity review to become UK's largest
109 Grand jury selected to consider Donald Trump election fraud case
110 How big are Donald Trump's legal problems?
111 The different ways Republicans defend Trump over indictment are revealing
112 Trump seeks to delay classified documents trial until after 2024 election
113 US flooding: Biden declares state of emergency in Vermont
114 Pro surfer Mikala Jones dies at 44 in surfing accident
115 Lil Nas X reportedly stopped by Norwegian police after e-scooter error
116 Bank of America accused of opening credit cards without customer consent
117 Aretha Franklin sons fight over will found under sofa
118 TikTok and Title 42 rumours fuel human smuggling at the US border
119 Is Taylor Swift snubbing Canada?
120 The US is the world's biggest corn exporter--but for how long?
121 What is NATO and why does Sweden want to join?
122 York and New York links celebrated with centenary stone
123 US think tank founder charged with acting as Chinese agent
124 Sex offender Larry Nassar repeatedly stabbed in prison fight
125 Japan: Toshodaiji Kondo temple in Nara defaced by Canadian teen
126 Manuel Chang: South Africa to hand Mozambique 'tuna bond' minister to FBI
127 Biden visits UK: President says US-UK relationship rock solid
128 NATO summit: Allies refuse to give Ukraine timeframe on joining
129 NATO summit: Ukraine's future membership to be discussed by leaders in Vilnius
130 Turkey backs Sweden's NATO membership
131 Wagner boss Yevgeny Prigozhin met Russia's Vladimir Putin after mutiny
132 Joe Biden in UK to meet Sunak and King Charles amid Ukraine concerns
133 How Sweden and Finland went from neutral to NATO
134 What are cluster bombs and why is US sending them to Ukraine?