How personalised diets can help slimming
Pupils and teachers return to a school in the Pakistani city of Peshawar where more than 140 people died in a Taliban attack in December.
Budget cuts by councils have left bus services facing a crisis, a report by the Campaign for Better Transport says.
The government's counter-terrorism bill needs to be changed to protect the rights of UK citizens, Parliament's human rights watchdog says.
A blood test could help people choose which stop-smoking strategy would give them the best chance of quitting, research in the Lancet suggests.
A search is being launched for Britons whose ancestors fought at Waterloo, on the 200th anniversary of Britain and its allies' victory over Napoleon.
Scotland's economy finished 2014 on a "solid footing" and will continue to expand this year, according to a Bank of Scotland report.
How should we pay for innovative drugs?
A new species of marine reptile that lived about 170 million years ago is identified from fossils found on the Isle of Skye.
Obama's immigration reforms can't defeat fears of changes ahead
The German anti-Islamisation movement Pegida is growing in strength, staging weekly demonstrations and raising fears in the Turkish community.
An inquiry is to look into whether enough is being done to cut the gap in educational attainment between Scotland's poorest and richest pupils.
Lionel Messi insists he does not want to leave Barcelona, adding reports he wanted coach Luis Enrique to be sacked are "lies".
How the death of her mother drove one woman to triumph in business
Haiti youth speaks of aspirations, five years on from quake
Papers capture scenes from the unity marches in Paris in defiance of three days of terror attacks that left 17 people dead.
A good curriculum vitae is vital when looking for work, so what should it contain?
Some of conductor Zubin Mehta's concerts have become headline news - and not for the music.
Should tourists be banned from visiting the Antarctic?
Protests continue for a second day as Haiti's President Michel Martelly seeks a last-minute deal with opposition politicians to hold elections.