GPs are not happy, complaining of rising workloads and a squeeze in funding. Do they have a point and is there anything that can be done to help them, asks Nick Triggle.
'They that are left' - poignant images of war veterans
The petition to block the Samaritans' Twitter app
Details emerge of what deaf people did in WW1
More than 13 years after the original towers were destroyed in the 9/11 attacks, New York's World Trade Center has reopened for business.
The British Ecological Society has offered to check the government's badger culling trials, amid questions about their scientific basis.
The great predators of Britain's seas need protection from over-fishing, pollution, boat traffic and marine development, a report says.
Cancer of the gullet could be diagnosed with a cheap and easy-to-use sponge on a string test, trials show.
Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko is to hold crisis talks with security chiefs, after rebel-held elections which Kiev describes as a "farce".
Working antisocial hours can prematurely age the brain and dull intellectual ability, scientists warn.
Royal Mail unveils its 2014 Christmas stamp designs, which feature festive images of children making snowmen, posting cards and singing carols.
MPs should get a vote on each of the 35 EU justice measures the government wants to rejoin, a Commons committee says.
When a blue thermos flask sent from Zaire arrived at a lab in Antwerp in September 1976, no one knew that the blood samples inside would contain the worlds first glimpse of Ebola.
A rare first edition Oor Wullie annual found in a loft in Edinburgh could sell for up to £5,000 at auction.
Nominations are due to close later for candidates seeking to be the new Scottish Labour leader, with three politicians in the running.
A cashew factory in Bali is changing the lives of villagers that have largely failed to profit from the demand for the commodity.
Liberal Democrat MP Norman Baker resigns as a home office minister, saying working in the department is like "walking through mud".
The Sierra Leone village decimated by Ebola
If deaths peaked 80 years ago, is cycling safer now?
The country with a dedicated team of UFO hunters