Fancy a job with great sea views? Meet the engineers who maintain turbines off Yorkshire’s coast.
Africa Eye investigates how a secretive insurgency has turned Mozambique into Southern Africa’s latest terrorism hotspot.
Aged as young as seven or eight, they’re risking their lives to smuggle small items over national borders.
As cities begin imposing mask and vaccination mandates, a debate rages over personal freedoms.
The chancellor will vow to “double down” on support for work, in his first Tory conference speech.
The new method of removing leaves from tracks will be trialled across northern England in the coming weeks.
Historic cars are being retrofitted with recycled electric motors and batteries.
At least nine people died in the storm, which raged across parts of the Gulf region on Sunday.
Many of Monday’s papers lead with the Pandora Papers data leak, exposing world leaders’ secret wealth.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp believes Mohamed Salah’s “world-class” goal against Manchester City will still be talked about in 60 years’ time.
Letters will be sent to all 12 to 15-year-olds by the end of half-term, the health minister says.
Serge Aurier to sign for La Liga side, Ranieri set for Watford role, Manchester City keen on Barcelona midfielder, plus more.
Which club have found a finisher? Who can be trusted in battle? And which player is back to his best? Find out in Garth Crooks’ team of the week.
Manchester City Pep Guardiola says his side’s thrilling 2-2 draw with Liverpool at Anfield is why he loves the Premier League.
Manchester United return to winning ways in the Women’s Super League with victory over Birmingham City at St Andrew’s.
BBC Sport looks at the two-minute period that threatened to shape the title race and left Pep Guardiola fuming.
Manchester City make a complaint to Liverpool after alleging a home fan spat at their backroom staff during the 2-2 draw at Anfield.
Met chief Cressida Dick must investigate how Sarah Everard’s murderer “slipped through the net”, Alex Chalk says.
Watch highlights of Sunday’s Scottish Premiership matches on Sportscene from BBC Scotland.
Mohamed Salah’s incredible solo goal lit up a thrilling draw between title-challengers Liverpool and Premier League champions Manchester City.
On Tuesday, we will be answering your questions about the leak and our findings, in our live page.
The offshore dealings of presidents, prime ministers and royalty feature in the Pandora Papers.
The ex-PM and his wife did not have to pay the tax as they bought the company that owned the house.
A massive leak of documents reveal hidden wealth, tax avoidance and in some cases, money laundering.
What have been the major financial disclosures and what action has been taken?
Leaked documents reveal a network of offshore companies owned by the ruler since he came to power.
The couple were working in the back of their van when it rolled towards a 22ft (7m) drop.
Watch the highlights as Luis Suarez scores against his former club, Barcelona, to send reigning champions Atletico Madrid level with Real Madrid at the top of La Liga.
The attack happened as a prayer ceremony was being held for the late mother of a Taliban official.
It took off from Milan’s Linate airport, but came down soon after and hit an empty building.
Tottenham produce their best league display since the opening-game win over Manchester City to end a run of three straight league defeats with victory over a stubborn Aston Villa.
An estimated 80,000 people run the London Marathon in the city and virtually via an app.
A commission finds evidence of 2,900-3,200 abusers within the country’s Catholic Church since 1950.
German outsider Torquator Tasso is a shock winner in the 100th running of Europe’s richest race, the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe.
Petrol problems “virtually over” in Scotland, northern England, and the Midlands – but issues persist in the South East, say retailers
Emily Ratajkowski alleges Robin Thicke grabbed her breasts while filming the hit song’s music video.
Rennes score two quick goals either side of half-time to end Paris St-Germain’s 100% start in Ligue 1.
Jota’s dramatic late winner at Pittodrie earns Celtic their first away Scottish Premiership victory of the season as Aberdeen’s winless run extends to nine games.
Officers fear the man, believed to have been drinking, may have lost a lot of blood.
The Charollais ram was put up for resale repeatedly, raising £7,000 for two charities.
The 450-mile (725km) cable connects Blyth in Northumberland with the Norwegian village of Kvilldal.
The businessman, politician and sports club owner was one of France’s most recognisable figures.
Greater Manchester mayor Andy Burnham says he is not going after the job of Labour leader, Sir Keir Starmer.
Kenya’s Joyciline Jepkosgei upsets world record holder Brigid Kosgei to claim her first London Marathon title with a bold run.
Here’s a look at some of the stories you may have missed this week.
Watford sack manager Xisco Munoz after 10 months in the job.
The PM says he is a “zealous opponent” of high taxes, but warns Covid hit the UK like a “fiscal meteorite”.
Switzerland’s Marcel Hug and Manuela Schar both set course records as they win the men’s and women’s London Marathon wheelchair races.
The prime minister says the “big lever marked uncontrolled immigration” will not be pulled to solve the driver shortfall.
Boris Johnson also says women should have confidence in the police after the murder of Sarah Everard.
Will Renwick began his trek to run up and down 189 peaks over 2,000ft a month ago.
Chris Eubank Jr says the cancellation of his fight is “surreal” after it was called off due to medical concerns for his opponent Anatoli Muratov.
Two new vents are causing further eruptions from the Cumbre Vieja volcano in La Palma.
Campaigners say posting such photos on social media accounts does more harm than good.
The arrest was made after a video showing the alleged spiking was posted on social media.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Sunday.
A major fire on Guanaja has been brought under control, after hundreds are forced to evacuate.
The Commons Speaker wants to know how Wayne Couzens was deemed suitable to be on duty at parliament.
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Around 300 of the airline’s 67,000 US based staff are yet to comply with the strict Covid policy.