Member states will vote on an almost complete ban on the use of chemicals linked to harming bees.
It comes after some Borders secondaries were found to have major defects or were in constant need of repair.
Pupils at a Merseyside school describe their understanding of the economy.
The Labour Party says some individual trusts are facing huge bills for maintenance work.
Tensions over trade, Iran and Nato cloud Chancellor Merkel's Washington talks with President Trump.
Environmentalists believe a Mecca for wildlife could be destroyed because of a 65-year-old order.
Health bosses warning patients are facing delays and rotas going unfilled because of cap on non-EU workers.
Car park management firms issued 5.65m penalties in the last year, according to the RAC.
More women are getting short prison sentences, but a magistrates organisation says they need support.
With millions of Syrian refugees crossing the border, Turkey's schools are helping to integrate their children.
A court hearing is scheduled Thursday on whether a man is mentally fit to proceed with trial for escaping from a Hawaii psychiatric hospital and flying to California.
A plaque will be unveiled for Jonathan Jones, a four-time world champion in the 1980s and 90s.
A New York City man who admitted to plotting to help the Islamic State group has been sentenced to 17 years in prison.
Sharks and a saltwater crocodile went on a feeding frenzy about a mile off the coast of Australia — and the "rare" event was caught on tape.