Shares in Asia's biggest taxi company, Blue Bird, surged by nearly 20% when they debuted on the Indonesian Stock Exchange this week, but what's the attraction?
The chair that doubles as a hearing aid
What regions should England be broken up into?
Poignant poppies installation resonates with UK public
A species of bat has been observed for the first time interfering with the sound signals of competitors to "steal" food.
Scientists say they have identified parts of the brain that generate feelings of a phantom-like presence and create an experiment that makes people feel like a ghost is nearby.
The 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall is being celebrated in Berlin this weekend. The BBC examines its rise and fall, in 60 seconds.
China's leader is not a fan of Western democracy, instead he places his faith in rejuvenated authoritarianism.
Pakistan's ISI chief Rizwan Akhtar has a reputation for being cool under pressure - he will need to be, says Owen Bennett-Jones.
Researchers in Sweden claim a "breakthrough" in how stem cells could be used to treat Parkinson's disease.
Xi Jinping: China's president - in 60 seconds
What did Benedict Cumberbatch's engagement reveal about the star?
The WW1 film over 20 million people went to see
Nearly all motorists would be ashamed to be caught over the limit, according to research to mark 50 years of campaigns against drinking and driving.
The man and the boy who saved each other from the waves
England boss Roy Hodgson questions the FA's decision to allow an NFL game at Wembley six days before his side host Slovenia.
Were the US mid-terms Hillary Clinton's dry run for 2016?
Nicola Sturgeon pledges to be "the most accessible first minister ever" when she takes over from Alex Salmond.
Old and new craftsmen go head to head
The Northern Ireland Executive says it remains determined to deliver on its commitment to build the new training college for the police, fire and prison service.