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Top grades are up, but head teachers warn of "heartbreaking" volatility at school and student level.
8/13/2020 9:30:07 AM
The train driver, a conductor and a passenger were killed in the crash in Aberdeenshire on Wednesday.
8/13/2020 7:50:12 AM
Yellow storm warnings are issued for swathes of the UK as forecasters warn of flash flooding.
8/13/2020 8:09:25 AM
A safari group sailing near Dana Point in southern California came across a travelling pod of dolphins.
8/12/2020 11:18:43 PM
Joe Biden and running mate Kamala Harris call President Donald Trump a "whining" incompetent leader.
8/13/2020 9:37:55 AM
The US calls for rules to be eased after Donald Trump complained of issues washing his hair.
8/13/2020 7:38:55 AM
Amazon Prime is giving £1.5m to two UK funds offering support to workers affected by the virus.
8/13/2020 12:28:42 AM
But experts caution there are many other considerations, including cost and over-diagnosis.
8/13/2020 4:09:24 AM
The country's biggest city, Auckland, is back in lockdown after a family cluster emerged.
8/13/2020 7:26:41 AM
The life story of the princess will become the first Broadway show to premiere on the small screen.
8/13/2020 2:51:53 AM
The raptors have bred on an estate in the Scottish Highlands for the first time in 40 years.
8/13/2020 12:07:21 AM
With finances stretched by Covid-19 these young people are supporting each other to save money.
8/13/2020 12:14:20 AM
Many of Thursday's front pages carry devastating pictures of the train derailment in Aberdeenshire.
8/13/2020 5:37:07 AM
As Covid-19 keeps millions of people at home, the popularity of "shoppertainment" has skyrocketed in Asia.
8/13/2020 12:16:10 AM
Dule, a former migrant worker, has turned to rap music to make a difference – and a living.
8/13/2020 12:12:28 AM
On the south coast, people have started going on sightseeing cruises of, well, cruise ships.
8/12/2020 12:37:20 AM
Joseph Beer, 15, is tidying up his neighbourhood and winning praise from residents.
8/13/2020 12:34:04 AM
The coronavirus pandemic has thrown many countries into recession - but what exactly is it and how could it affect you?
8/12/2020 12:02:53 AM
Jayne, Emily, Laura and Aimee talk about their scars, and how they came to accept them.
8/13/2020 12:04:31 AM
With the global market for recycled cardboard worth billions of dollars, it is attracting criminals.
8/13/2020 12:05:04 AM
As London swelters, we look at how urban areas can adapt to deal with higher temperatures.
8/13/2020 12:02:05 AM
Jobseekers are having a tough time at the moment but some sectors are hiring and support is available.
8/12/2020 5:14:58 PM
The location of the Mauritian oil spill means the environmental consequences could be long-lasting.
8/13/2020 12:09:44 AM
Why fridges, vials and polling stations could be key in the distribution of a coronavirus vaccine.
8/13/2020 6:00:18 AM
Fears about spikes in US Covid-19 cases have led to some hostility between Canadians and Americans.
8/13/2020 2:30:20 AM
UK house prices are predicted to fall but a report spells out why property may remain out of reach.
8/13/2020 12:01:39 AM
Why the first taste of the streamlined Champions League final eight was a promising sign of things to come.
8/13/2020 12:10:16 AM
Ronnie O'Sullivan earns a 5-3 lead against a battling Mark Selby in the World Championship semi-final.
8/12/2020 10:37:50 PM
England bowler James Anderson is backed by captain Joe Root to return to "the peak of his powers" before second Test against Pakistan.
8/12/2020 4:29:11 PM
Watford are set to appoint Vladimir Ivic as their replacement for sacked manager Nigel Pearson.
8/13/2020 9:24:27 AM
Sergio Perez will return for Racing Point at this weekend's Spanish Grand Prix after testing negative for coronavirus.
8/13/2020 9:42:29 AM
FC Dallas' Reggie Cannon condemns the "disgusting" booing of players kneeling during the national anthem by some home fans before an MLS game.
8/13/2020 8:52:04 AM
Adam Gemili will take on world 200m champion Noah Lyles at Friday's Diamond League meeting in Monaco, streamed live on the BBC.
8/13/2020 9:00:48 AM
Are you concerned about your results? Experts answer some of your questions.
8/13/2020 12:43:48 AM
Exams in the UK were cancelled this year, but how are students learning their results?
8/13/2020 9:25:51 AM
All about the BTec National, one of the popular alternatives to A-levels.
8/12/2020 7:29:29 PM
Will students have online or face-to-face learning this autumn, and will they still have to pay full fees?
8/12/2020 6:14:05 PM
A-level student Mia Cleal-Bramley explains why she doesn't want to rely on her mock exam results.
8/12/2020 7:27:50 PM