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Some nurseries say they have cut back on learning resources and the quality of the children's food.
Technology in Norway is helping to stop malaria deaths thousands of miles away in Bangladesh.
Watch the best bits from day four of the Women's World Cup including great skills, painful passes and questionable throw-ins.
Republic of Ireland boss Mick McCarthy is "delighted" with the result, if not the performance, after a lacklustre 2-0 win over minnows Gibraltar.
Fifteen-time major winner Tiger Woods will return to his Masters-winning form at the US Open, says former Ryder cup captain Paul McGinley.
A header by Kadeisha Buchanan, voted best young player at the 2015 Women's World Cup, ensures Canada open their 2019 campaign with a win over Cameroon.
Canada open up with a win in the Women's World Cup on Monday, but what does day five hold in store?
Republic of Ireland go five points clear at the top of Group D with a laboured 2-0 win against Gibraltar.
The 54-storey building on Seventh Avenue shook from the crash, which left the pilot dead.
The Labour leader is confronted over anti-Semitism and Brexit at parliamentary gathering.
Jaykishan Plaha, who was hit on the head by a David Warner drive at The Oval on Saturday, says he has walked for the first time since the incident.
Watch as Kadeisha Buchanan puts Canada ahead against Cameroon in Group E of the Women's World Cup 2019.
Warnings are in place for parts of England and Wales as the Met Office warns of "danger to life".
The international watchdog confirms a rise, but says it is not clear when Iran will exceed 2015 limit.
Christel Stainfield-Bruce was stabbed after she refused to hand over her mobile phone.
Teams had to complete as many laps of a 200m (650ft) course as they could in two hours.
Japan begin their quest to reach a third straight World Cup final with a disappointing goalless draw against outsiders Argentina.
Police say their inquiry will be "fearless" but a decision on charges will not be made until 2022.
The document speaks of an "educational crisis" in the church when teaching sexuality and gender.
Contrary to what happens in the men's game, the Americans dominate the female landscape while Brazil have only once made it to the final. What explains such a disparity?