Nigerian female bricklayer breaking stereotypes to provide for her family
Jane took to bricklaying when life got tough despite men telling her it's not a woman's job.
bbc | World | 34 mins ago
 
Education: Extra £400m needed to boost system - Peter Weir
Education Minister Peter Weir says a case has been put forward to settle teachers' pay dispute.
bbc | Politics | 1 hrs ago
 
London's 100 club: Historic music venue given special status
The venue, which has hosted The Rolling Stones and Oasis, will benefit from business rates relief.
bbc | Entertainment | 1 hrs ago
 
HS2: Final decision to be made on Thursday
The London to Birmingham, Leeds and Manchester line could cost more than £100bn, a leaked report suggests.
bbc | Politics | 2 hrs ago
 
Australian Open: Dominic Thiem stuns Rafael Nadal in four-set thriller
Top seed Rafael Nadal is out of the Australian Open after Austria's Dominic Thiem overpowers the Spaniard in Melbourne.
bbc | World | 2 hrs ago
 
BBC News to close 450 posts as part of £80m savings drive
There will be cuts to Radio 5 Live and BBC Two’s Newsnight as part of an £80m savings drive.
bbc | Entertainment | 2 hrs ago
 
Washing machine owners must re-check for fire risk
Three more models are added to the recall list of Hotpoint and Indesit machines that can cause fires.
bbc | Business | 2 hrs ago
 
Coronavirus: French Asians hit back at racism with 'I'm not a virus'
The coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan prompts French Asians to complain of a backlash against them.
bbc | World | 3 hrs ago
 
PC Sharon Beshenivsky death: Man appears in Pakistan court
PC Sharon Beshenivsky was shot dead while responding to reports of a robbery in Bradford in 2005.
bbc | UK | 3 hrs ago
 
Boeing reports its first loss in two decades
The bill for the 737 Max crisis helped push it to a $636m loss for 2019.
bbc | Business | 3 hrs ago
 
Northern rail to be put into public ownership
Troubled rail firm Northern is to be brought under government control from 1 March, after months of disruption
bbc | Top Stories | 3 hrs ago
 
BBC suspends red button text switch-off
The service's closure service is suspended a day before it was due to have started being phased out.
bbc | Entertainment | 3 hrs ago
 
BT to charge people £50 for keeping old wi-fi routers
People will be asked to send their wi-fi router and TV box back at their end of the contract.
bbc | Technology | 4 hrs ago
 
Transport: Translink buys its first hydrogen-fuelled buses
Water is the only exhaust emission from the vehicles built by Ballymena-based firm Wrightbus.
bbc | Technology | 4 hrs ago
 
Rescued owl was 'too fat to fly', Suffolk sanctuary says
The owl probably overindulged during a mild spell that left it with lots of prey, bird experts say.
bbc | Science | 4 hrs ago
 
McDonald's delivered by Nottinghamshire Police after car seized
Officers said the customer was "McLovin' It" after they turned up with the food.
bbc | UK | 4 hrs ago
 
Gang bid to ambush armoured van on Italy motorway fails
Suspects flee after blocking a motorway with burning vehicles in an attempt to raid an armoured van.
bbc | World | 4 hrs ago
 
StubHub told to clean up ticket sales
The Competition and Markets Authority has told ticket resale firm StubHub to make website changes.
bbc | Business | 4 hrs ago
 
Grenfell Tower fire: Firms want immunity over evidence
Companies due to appear at the inquiry want a guarantee that what they say won't lead to prosecution.
bbc | Top Stories | 4 hrs ago
 
Mavericks to mainstream: the long campaign for Brexit
The rise of Euroscepticism - a political creed for so long ignored or ridiculed by the Westminster establishment.
bbc | Politics | 5 hrs ago
 
Syria war: Army 'recaptures' key town from opposition in Idlib
Maarat al-Numan straddles a major highway that has been an objective for the army in recent weeks.
bbc | World | 5 hrs ago
 
5G: EU issues guidance on 'high-risk' suppliers
Member states have been given until the end of April to draw up security measures for 5G networks.
bbc | Technology | 5 hrs ago
 
Walsall gunman 'held PC's head under water' in getaway bid
Calvert Batchelor was jailed for the "grotesque" attack on a traffic officer in Walsall in July.
bbc | UK | 5 hrs ago
 
Microsoft issues second 'final' Windows 7 update
The end of support for the ageing operating system turns out to be not quite the end.
bbc | Technology | 5 hrs ago
 
MPs to vote for new select committee chairs
A total of 15 roles are up for grabs, with topics ranging from transport to defence.
bbc | Politics | 5 hrs ago
 
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