Hotels start work with charities to recycle leftover soap bars which is then donated to needy communities in Southeast Asia.
Foreign fishing vessels operate illegally off the coast of Guinea, depleting its fish population and destroying marine life. Despite the economic and social consequences of illegal fishing, the Guinean government has failed to police its waters because it doesn’t have money to operate surveillance equipment, as the BBC’s Tamasin Ford reports.
Ireland has been rattled by the UK’s vote to leave the EU, as well as Chancellor George Osborne’s subsequent plan to cut UK corporation tax.
Local authorities in England are being accused of being too quick to send in bailiffs to recover council tax debts.
The healthcare technology sector is attracting a lot of innovative entrepreneurs to develop a range of diagnostic tools.
The chief executive of the company hired to stage the opening ceremony of the upcoming Rio Olympics has told the BBC it will cost less than London in 2012.
Farnborough may be a small town in southern England, but for almost 70 years it has been the home of arguably the world’s most important air show.
Some of the most significant British military aircraft of the past 70 years, from V-Bombers and vertical take-off “jump jets” to today’s advanced UAVs.
Four former Barclays bankers are ordered to serve jail terms for rigging the Libor interest rate.