British businessman Shrien Dewani is preparing to leave South Africa after a judge cleared him of murdering his wife on their honeymoon.
Building companies in London have hired Portuguese bricklayers on £1,000-a-week wages because of a shortage of skilled Britons, a recruitment firm has said.
The BBC's late evening TV news bulletins in the English regions are being extended in the run-up to the general election in May next year.
A New Zealand company says it has developed the jetpack into a viable commercial venture and it is aiming to list on the Australian stock exchange.
The Indian prime minster has made repeated visits to Kashmir despite fears that he would marginalise the country's Muslim population, says Andrew Whitehead.
Finalists from this year's Art of Building competition
The British government does a deal with Chinese firm Shangpin to help UK firms get more from selling in Asia.
The story of Mexico's long-running online protest
Why Phill Jupitus is avoiding the new Star Wars trailer
MPs criticise the Post Office for the way it has handled claims its IT system led to at least 150 sub-postmasters being wrongly accused of fraud.
Ofsted says there are record levels of good and outstanding schools. But is there an inspection equivalent of grade inflation?
An independent college to maintain professional standards for teachers in England is going to be announced.
In a mixed bag of headlines for Tuesday's press, a Conservative peer's suggestion that 'poor people can't cook' is making headlines, as does dire weather warnings.
The British nurse who survived Ebola says the “cultural ignorance” displayed in the Band Aid 30 lyrics is “cringeworthy”.
Why the word 'redskin' matters more than ever
Scottish employers are looking to take on more staff early next year despite a dip in confidence levels, according to a survey.
Legislation to set up a new independent Scottish food standards agency is to be passed by Holyrood.
The proportion of women who die during pregnancy, and in the weeks afterwards, has fallen in the UK, figures show.
Global efforts over the past decade have halved the number of people dying from malaria - a tremendous achievement, says the World Health Organization.
The World Health Organization says it is confident that deaths from malaria could be stopped entirely. How are we winning the fight against the disease?