Health atlas pinpoints area risks
A new health atlas has been developed which can enable people to assess medical and environmental risks for different areas.
Hillsborough slurs 'from Whitehall'
The Cabinet Office is making "urgent inquiries" following claims that government computers were used to make offensive and inflammatory comments about the Hillsborough disaster.
Family-friendly hours under threat
An increasing number of employers are imposing significant changes in working hours without adequate consultation and with little consideration for family responsibilities, according to a new report.
Action urged over foreign inmates
A public spending watchdog has demanded action to speed up the Government's "frustratingly poor" record on removing from the UK foreign criminals who are costing taxpayers hundreds of millions of pounds.
Rooney among first in doping pilot
Footballers Wayne Rooney, Steven Gerrard and Gary Cahill will be among the world's first elite athletes to undergo new doping test regimes that scientists hope will cut out the use of performance-enhancing drugs in sport.
More coffee 'can cut diabetes risk'
Upping coffee consumption can result in an "immediate" reduction in diabetes risk, say scientists.
Wildlife sites 'at risk from HS2'
Around 500 wildlife sites will be affected by the development of the planned high speed rail line from London, conservationists have warned.
Football world mourns Sandy Jardine
Tributes have been paid to former Rangers and Scotland defender Sandy Jardine, who has died at 65.