30th August 2015 10:26am
We all want to build more homes and infrastructure but where are the skilled workers we need to do the job?
Infrastructure investment in the 21st century requires a skilled workforce which often isn’t there because of our failure to train people for the future
28th August 2015 12:37pm
Ghana universities 'targeted by IS'
Ghana's authorities are investigating several universities over links to suspected recruitment for the so-called Islamic State (IS), officials say.
28th August 2015 11:59am
Cardiff student accommodation scheme bought for £5.5m
Crosslane Student Developments has sold its under construction student accommodation scheme in Cardiff to Knightsbridge Student Housing
28th August 2015 06:16am
Young goths 'at risk of depression'
Young people who identify as goths may be at increased risk of depression and self-harm, a study suggests.
28th August 2015 05:30am
Huge donations received by Welsh universities from unknown backers revealed
In the last two years, donations to Cardiff University – Wales’ only member of the elite Russell Group of UK universities – totalled millions
28th August 2015 12:19am
Are Pakistan’s female medical students to be doctors or wives?
Why a 'quota' for female medical students is causing controversy
27th August 2015 07:18pm
VIDEO: Celebrating books in Mogadishu
Somalia is holding its first international literary festival in the capital Mogadishu.
27th August 2015 02:52pm
Good news for graduate employment
More UK graduates are in work than at any time since the recession, new figures suggest.
27th August 2015 02:16pm
UK dung beetles could save cattle industry £367m annually - bug farm boss
Yes, Britain does have dung beetles and they could save £367m a year in clearing up cow poo! That's what the boss of a West Wales 'bug farm' says...
27th August 2015 01:28pm
Head leaves 'investigation' academy
The executive head teacher of a south London academy that is being investigated by the Charity Commission is to retire.