The teachers living with the effects of asbestos
Australian world champion runner and former Gold Coast mayor Ron Clarke has died, city officials say.
Sergio Aguero scores a brilliant near-post header as tournament favourites Argentina defeat Uruguay at the Copa America.
The NSPCC in Scotland says there has been a 19% rise in the number of calls to its helplines from adults worried about children being abused.
Nicola Sturgeon is to call on the UK government to look into incentives to boost oil and gas exploration in the North Sea.
The chief executive of Australia's Woolworths is stepping down after nearly four years at the supermarket chain.
Fran Kirby - the England forward described as "Mini Messi" - insists she will not change her style against Colombia on Wednesday.
Hospitals in the West Midlands are urging Muslims to consider donating their organs for patients waiting for a new kidney or liver.
A pleasure boat involved in a crash on the Thames that injured nine tourists had steering problems, a report says.
A selection of unusual sites added to the National Heritage List for England in the past year.
Labour's Tristram Hunt is calling for a cross-party, long-term approach to updating England's exams and curriculum.
The failure by South Africa to arrest Omar al-Bashir, who is wanted by the International Criminal Court, reveals a bleak picture for the Court's future.
Jane Corbin investigates the latest conspiracy theory surrounding Osama Bin Laden's death.
Federal prosecutors in Brazil say the government must stop the eviction of communities from an area of the Amazon jungle that will be flooded for a dam.
Prince Charles is to unveil a memorial to the allied British, Dutch, Belgian and German soldiers who fought at the Battle of Waterloo.
Almost 80% of crop pollination by wild bees is provided by just 2% of the most common species, say scientists.
Wednesday's papers carry the latest news on the Greek debt crisis, as well as anger over the changes to the National Lottery's Lotto game.
Has India's role in World War 2 been ignored?
Rachel Dolezal was a white girl raised in Montana who became the black leader of the Spokane NAACP. What happened in between is still not fully understood.
The number of recorded sexual offences against children in England and Wales has increased by a third, the NSPCC says.