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She has continued to call for safe water in the decades since the major case in the town of Hinkley.
Demand for AI, robotics and cloud skills is up amid news young people are shunning IT skill courses.
A scheme offering people up to £10,000 for insulation has only reached 10% of its target, MPs say.
Sports teams and competitions are urged to drop sponsorship deals from companies that promote "high carbon lifestyles, products and services".
People in parts of south-west England report seeing a "streak of light" hurtling across the sky.
The eruption was the first in the area for about 800 years and followed thousands of earthquakes.
Bill Nelson, 78, is a former astronaut and senator with a long history of working on space issues.
Meteorologists say the last known eruption at Fagradalsfjall was about 800 years ago.
Did a crew sent to the US Skylab space station go on strike? The last surviving member says it's a myth that won't die.
Some on the islands are looking to the Faroes for inspiration in tackling transport issues.
Universities are urged to block a science research website, which police say could put data at risk.
Engineers have carried out a major engine test of Nasa's Space Launch System.
Protecting the ocean has a triple whammy effect, safeguarding climate, food and biodiversity.
Four-year-old Otis's mum was stumped, so they wrote to Sir David Attenborough... and he replied.
The schemes were introduced to tackle increasing traffic on minor roads but some face fierce opposition.
The prime minister's former aide criticises the department over PPE and procurement at start of the pandemic.
Geologist Helga Torfadottir takes a BBC team to an active volcano area.
The international company will fly a demonstration of the technology it hopes can help clean up space.
The natural song of the regent honeyeater has essentially "disappeared" in 12% of the population.
The starfish could represent a lucrative trade but they also play a key role on the coastal ecology.