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Roller skating isn’t necessarily an activity a lot of wheelchair users might expect to take part in, but Wheels and Wheelchairs is helping to change that.
As a Google engineer says his firm's top chatbot has feelings, just how lifelike is the technology?
The European heatwave is bringing hot weather to parts of the UK. Helen Willetts explains how high the temperatures might get and how long it could last.
The papers cover pressure on Boris Johnson after Lord Geidt resigns and reaction to the halted Rwanda flight.
There will be a spike in food prices this summer, the Institute of Grocery Distribution predicts.
Formula 1 has struck a new contract to race at the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne until 2035.
The US central bank raises rates by 0.75 percentage points as it scrambles to contain soaring prices.
Fly-halves were the highest paid players in last season's Premiership, with hookers paid lowest on average, a report shows.
Food and water are running out for the women and children still there, a UN official tells the BBC.
Former England captain Steph Houghton has not been included in the 23-player squad for the women's Euros.
England forward Ella Toone dishes the dirt on her team-mates before the women's Euros this summer.
The motorist says the prosecution for failing to allow enough room has cost him about £4,500.
All eyes are on Mississippi as the US awaits a Supreme Court decision involving its last abortion clinic.
Birmingham Classic: Katie Boulter beats Caroline Garcia to reach quarter-finals, but Harriet Dart out
Britain's Katie Boulter backs up the biggest win of her career by beating Caroline Garcia to reach the Birmingham Classic quarter-finals.
From an attic room in Germany, the West coordinates the supply of arms to Ukraine - but is it enough?
The 2022-23 Premier League fixtures will be released at 09:00 BST on Thursday - find out how to follow your favourite team on BBC Sport.
The frog travelled from the island of Hispaniola to south London in a bunch of bananas.
Home Secretary Priti Patel says the government will not be deterred from doing the "right thing".
Only a fifth of train services are due to run during next week's strike action.
Internet Explorer, once the most popular web browser, will no longer be accessible for most users.