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Monday July 23, 2018


Full-fibre broadband pledge for new homes
All of the UK will have full-fibre broadband coverage by 2033 under a new national telecoms strategy.

American student makes 3D arm for County Durham girl
Student Edward Whipple made the arm after seeing a Twitter appeal by Chloe Smith's mother.

Recycled packaging 'may end up in landfill', warns watchdog
There is no guarantee that the products you recycle are actually recycled, the UK watchdog warns.


Sunday July 22, 2018


Wave of plastic hits Dominican Republic
This was the scene on a beach in the Dominican Republic after a storm.

Your summer podcast guide: Why 2018 is the year of the 'podcast boom'
Why podcasts are gaining in popularity - and a guide to what you should be listening to this summer.


Saturday July 21, 2018


Elon Musk's farting unicorn fight settled
The billionaire chief executive of Tesla got in a row with a Colorado potter over use of the image.

Lovell lights: turning a telescope into an art installation
How the giant Lovell radio telescope at Jodrell Bank is transformed into a 3,200 tonne art installation.


Friday July 20, 2018


The cost of Trump's Endangered Species Act proposal
The Trump administration wants to weaken the landmark protection law. What species are under threat?

Arctic wild goose chase threatens chicks as temperatures rise
Migrating geese race to warmer Arctic but are too worn out to lay their eggs early when they get there.

Singapore personal data hack hits 1.5m, health authority says
The attack by hackers on a health database has affected about a quarter of the population.

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