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Eileen Burbidge of Passion Capital and Alpesh Patel from Praefinium Partners analyse why there is a downturn in tech stocks.
A new report claims onshore windfarms and pylons in Wales have a "limited" impact on the nation's tourism industry.
Archaeologists in Serbia have been moving the skeleton of a million-year-old mammoth. Guy De Launey reports.
Wales' two Premier League clubs are leading the way on providing spaces for disabled supporters at matches, figures suggest.
A Pakistani court withdraws the case against a nine-month-old baby who was accused of attempted murder along with 12 family members.
Bedfordshire Chief Constable Colette Paul tells an MP that links between Jimmy Savile and an orphanage abuse inquiry are "not confirmed".
Attorney General Dominic Grieve is to discuss failed sexual assault and rape cases brought against high profile figures with the director of public prosecutions.
The state of the UK economic recovery provokes debate, while there is concern the tax system is penalising stay-at-home parents and tributes to Sue Townsend and her creation Adrian Mole.
British riders win gold in the men's and women's kilo time-trials at the Para-cycling Track World Championships.
A new treatment for hepatitis C cured 90% of patients with the infection in 12 weeks, say scientists after studies in Europe and the US.
Residents in northern Queensland survey the damage after Cyclone Ita brought winds of up to 230km/h to parts of north-eastern Australia.