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Which are the world’s best cities to live in?
Melbourne has the top quality of life of the world’s biggest cities.
Students warned about meningitis risk
A graduate who survived meningitis while at university is encouraging people to know the symptoms and look out for their fellow students.
Evidence for new chemical element grows
Scientists in Sweden have created tiny amounts of the new element ununpentium, last seen in Russian experiments 10 years ago.
Should young people be forced to vote?
Experts say people should face a fine if they don’t vote in the first elections they can.
When is a bargain not a bargain?
Some special offers aren't as special as they seem, according to Trading Standards and the Office for Fair Trading.
Good luck with your GCSE results!
We would like to wish good luck to anyone receiving their GCSE results today, and hope that you get the grades you worked so hard for.
London council hires 'hologram' receptionist
Brent council have installed a 'hologram' receptionist - but local campaigners say the technology is a waste of money.
Are classical musicians better seen than heard?
A winning performance depends more on how someone looks than sounds.
Should thieves go to prison?
A legal expert says that people shouldn't be jailed for theft and fraud.
Why working hard for your degree pays off
Graduates earn much more than those without a degree, according to a new study, and those with top grades do even better.
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