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Foreign music fans visiting the UK for gigs and festivals boosted the economy by £3.1bn in 2014, a report says.
Patients are still facing problems finding an NHS dentist in England, research suggests.
Pope Francis will call for swift action to protect the Earth and fight global warming, according to a leaked draft of the pontiff's encyclical.
Tuesday's press says Greece is even nearer than before to bankruptcy and a potential exit from the EU. There is also some surprising news about chocolate.
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Proposed changes to the law to make it easier for parents to ask a council to provide Gaelic education are misjudged, according to Cosla.
Boys are twice as likely as girls to need additional support for learning, according to a study of eight-year-old children in Scotland.
Skateboarding has been gaining in popularity in India in the last few years with many young people taking to the extreme sport.
People with learning disabilities learn to travel independently
Why welfare and immigration have dominated Denmark's election campaign and the biggest difference among the parties may be over Europe.
Bug in high profile games have meant the last 12 months have been 'intense' said game maker Ubisoft at E3
Paul Adams looks at what's being discussed by EU ministers to tackle the ever-growing migrant problem.
Enforcing a smoking ban in cars with children present could prove "difficult", the Law Society of Scotland has said.
The apps monitoring South Korean teenagers
Children at primary school should be tested for their fitness as well as their ability in maths and English, says a health campaign group.
Karen Carney on threat posed by Colombia, England's very own Lionel Messi and her battle with depression.
News organisations need to become "more inventive" to arrest a decline in traditional revenue sources, an international survey warns.
The battlefield strategies behind Islamic State's conquests
The referendum on whether or not the UK should remain in the European Union will not take place on 5 May next year, the government says.
Top bosses' tips on how to juggle life and work