1. Full extent of NHS dentist shortage revealed

    Nine in 10 UK dentists are not accepting new adult patients, while eight in 10 are refusing children.
  2. London children strip-searched 650 times in two years

    Almost a quarter of searches by the Met from 2018 to 2020 took place with no "appropriate adult" present.
  3. Islington: Flooding in north London as water main bursts

    A witness told the BBC that it was the worst flooding he had ever seen in London.
  4. House of Zana boutique owner wins trademark row with Zara

    Zara had said the name of House of Zana was "one small brush mark" from being the same as theirs.
  5. BBC Radio 5 Live drops classified football results

    The traditional reading out of the football results at 5pm on a Saturday is axed by BBC Radio.
  6. Roger E. Mosley: Magnum P.I. actor dies aged 83 after car crash

    Roger E. Mosley starred opposite Tom Selleck in all eight seasons of the original Magnum P.I.
  7. Cost of living: People turning back to cash as prices rise

    Post Offices handled a record £801m in personal cash withdrawals in July.
  8. Israel-Gaza: Ceasefire holds overnight after days of violence

    After three days of violence in which 44 people died, fuel deliveries to Gaza have resumed.
  9. Tory leadership: Truss living costs plan won't touch sides, Sunak says

    But she says her tax cuts would boost incomes, as the Tory leadership rivals row over the economy.
  10. Qantas asks executives to work as baggage handlers for three months

    The airline's head of operations has asked for 100 volunteers to fill the roles for three months.
  11. Leandro Lo: Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu champion shot in São Paulo club

    Doctors say Leandro Lo is brain dead after being shot; the suspect has handed himself in.
  12. June Spencer: Last original Archers cast member to retire

    June Spencer, 103, has played matriarch Peggy in the long-running Radio 4 drama since 1951.
  13. The newborns fighting for survival in Afghanistan

    The BBC visits a ward where mothers are forced to share beds and have no access to pain relief.
  14. Strictly Come Dancing 2022: Singer Matt Goss joins line-up

    The former Bros star is the eighth contestant to be announced for the BBC One dancing competition.
  15. The woman who found a new life after being given six weeks to live

    In 2015, Andrea Sheardown was diagnosed with a rare liver cancer and given just six weeks to live.
  16. The plans for giant seaweed farms in European waters

    As worldwide sales of the algae soar, the European Union wants to establish giant seaweed farms.
  17. Cost of living: How you can save money on pet care

    We've been speaking to a few experts who have given animal lovers their top tips on saving money.
  18. Extreme drought: Dried-up Italian river reveals unexploded WWII bomb

    Extreme drought and historic heat have caused the River Po's water levels to drop dramatically.
  19. Commonwealth Games: Australia's Cassiel Rousseau performs 'dive of the Commonwealth Games' for gold

    Watch Australia's Cassiel Emmanuel Rousseau perform "the dive of the Games" during the men's 10m platform final to win the gold medal on day ten of the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.
  20. Flash flooding swamps California's Death Valley

    Nearly 1,000 staff and visitors were unable to leave as all roads in and out were closed.
  21. Horniman Museum to return 72 artefacts to Nigeria

    The chair of the Horniman Museum said it was "moral" to return items taken by "force" years ago.
  22. Mexican mining rescue: Ten miners trapped underground

    The 10 workers are stuck underground in Coahuila after a tunnel wall collapsed in a mine shaft.
  23. Anti-abortion Gen Z-ers see cause as social justice

    Anti-abortion Gen Z activists think their fight isn't at odds with the beliefs of other young activists.
  24. The lockdown side-hustles that turned into full-time businesses

    The pandemic turned some people into savvy entrepreneurs but how many have ditched their day job?
  25. Tory leadership: Cost of living crisis focus for contenders for PM job

    There is pressure for candidates to explain what they will do to help with rising bills and how they'll pay for it.
  26. Kenya election 2022: Charts that explain the nation

    The BBC tracks the crucial issues facing Kenyans as the country chooses a new president on 9 August.
  27. Scottish exam results: When are they out and how will I get them?

    Students are waiting to find out their National 5, Higher and Advanced Higher exam results.
  28. Is the UK heading for a drought and will there be more hosepipe bans?

    July saw temperature records broken multiple times.
  29. Free school meals: Councils in England cut back on holiday food-voucher help

    Vouchers are being cut in value or scrapped altogether across England, BBC News research reveals.
  30. JetBlue airline boss over-hiring to beat staff exodus

    Low-fare carrier JetBlue said it is a necessary policy when recruiting, as the industry re-starts.
  31. It's like a warzone - Haitians surrounded by turf wars

    An estimated 60% of the capital Port-au-Prince is now considered “lawless”, human rights groups say.
  32. Paralympic growth could be 'jeopardised' by any Olympic merger

    The International Paralympic Committee says Paralympic growth could be "jeopardised" by any merger with the Olympics.
  33. Commonwealth Games: Andrea Spendolini-Sirieix & Noah Williams win mixed synchronised 10m platform gold

    England's Andrea Spendolini-Sirieix wins her third Commonwealth Games diving medal with mixed synchronised 10m platform gold alongside Noah Williams.
  34. Pick your greatest all-time Premier League team of the last 30 years

    As the Premier League celebrates its 30th birthday, who would you pick as the greatest XI in the competition's history?
  35. Commonwealth Games 2022: English pair claim gold in 10m synchronised diving

    Watch English pair Noah Williams and Andrea Spendolini-Sirieix win gold in the mixed synchronised 10m platform diving at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.
  36. Frenkie de Jong: Barcelona midfielder 'wants to stay' says club president Laporta

    Barcelona president Joan Laporta says Frenkie de Jong "wants to stay" at the club amid interest from Manchester United and Chelsea.
  37. Commonwealth Games: England's men win hockey bronze against South Africa

    England's men secure a third successive Commonwealth hockey bronze as they come out on top in a nine-goal thriller against South Africa.
  38. Commonwealth Games: England denied dramatic relay gold by disqualification

    England are denied a dramatic 4x400m relay gold after officials rule they committed a lane infringement before anchor Jessie Knight held off Canada in the tightest of finishes
  39. Commonwealth Games closing ceremony line-up announced

    West Midlands artists UB40, Jorja Smith and Dexys Midnight Runners will bring the games to a close.
  40. Commonwealth Games: Laura Muir captures 1500m title

    Scotland's Laura Muir wins the Commonwealth 1500m crown with a ruthless run off the front of the pack.
  41. Commonwealth Games: Birmingham 2022 medals table

    Which country is leading the medal table? Medals table for the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.
  42. Commonwealth Games: England's women beat Australia to win historic first hockey gold

    England women's hockey team win Commonwealth Games gold for the first time with a 2-1 victory over four-time champions Australia.
  43. Commonwealth Games: Delicious Orie wins gold for England

    England's Delicious Orie wins Commonwealth Games men's super-heavyweight gold to end the boxing event with a victory which leaves the home crowd ecstatic.
  44. Commonwealth Games: Australia beat India by nine runs to claim cricket gold

    Australia continue their dominance of women's cricket with a nine-run win over India at Edgbaston to secure Commonwealth Games gold.
  45. Day-by-day guide & schedule

    Your day-by-day guide to all the action at the 22nd Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.
  46. Commonwealth Games 2022: Who are the home nation athletes to watch at Birmingham 2022?

    BBC Sport highlights the key athletes to watch at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games from across the home nations.
  47. Commonwealth Games 2022: Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, Gretel Bueta, Samu Kerevi among stars to watch

    Olympic medals, world titles, social media millions and a hill named in their honour. Meet some of the world superstars descending on Birmingham for the Commonwealth Games.
  48. Energy bills: Charities warn people against not paying

    If you're struggling to afford your gas and electricity bills, you do have options.
  49. UK hiring slowing down amid economic uncertainty

    The recruitment blitz that followed the pandemic is cooling, according to a jobs report.
  50. Bank of England governor defends rate hike ahead of looming recession

    Bank of England governor Andrew Bailey warns price rises would be long-term if Bank did not act.
  51. Bank's recession warning matters to everyone

    Times are already hard but the Bank of England says they'll get worse and stay that way until late 2023
  52. UK interest rates: How does a rise affect me?

    Interest rates are one of the main tools used to keep the UK economy growing steadily.
  53. Mortgage affordability test scrapped by Bank of England

    Some potential homebuyers may find it easier to get a loan as the central bank eases borrowing rules.