Asian shares have opened lower again as concerns over China's slowing growth continue to haunt investors.
Hundreds of residents south of Sydney are forced to flee their homes because of rising floodwaters.
People genetically prone to low vitamin-D levels are at increased risk of multiple sclerosis, a large study suggests.
A year since the Jay Report revealed appalling abuse
The man who led one of the biggest turnarounds in UK theatre has taken on one of the top jobs in Australian theatre.
The streets of Ghana's capital have been alive with artistic talent, says photographer Nana Kofi Acquah, who joined the crowds enjoying a four-day cultural festival.
Harvey Proctor's denial of being part of a paedophile ring, record immigration levels and the cost of shopping in hospitals, all make the Wednesday front pages.
A time capsule containing items from the 1800s including what is thought to be a bottle of whisky is uncovered by construction workers.
A debate over how to secure France's rail network from attacks has sparked controversy over proposed measures.
Small numbers of red squirrels are to be trapped and relocated to new areas under a plan to boost numbers of the mammal in Scotland.
Benedict Cumberbatch received an enthusiastic reception from a celebrity-packed audience on the official opening night of Hamlet in London.
Tracking the long migrant route to Germany
Carine Torbey attempts to do a monthly food shop with the $13.50 given to Syrian refugees by the World Food Programme.
The divorced women who must stay celibate to claim alimony
The unclear future of the world's most famous chip maker.
A Braille smartwatch has been developed to allow blind users to receive and read text messages
Is Ukraine right to sell off its equine farms?
The dust in our homes contains an average of 9,000 different types of fungi and bacteria, a study suggests.
Up to five million people in England are at risk of developing type-2 diabetes, according to new data from Public Health England.
New York's mayor says scantily clad street performers are becoming a nuisance, but taming Times Square is not as simple as it seems.