Third annual PA Raspberry Pi Competition saw students demonstrate the potential of the computer.
Ashley Wright, 29, seen dancing to The Circle of Life from the Lion King film with daughter strapped to back.
Incredible video shows moment a string of ponies dramatically rescues a Belgian couple from a wild boar.
The prime minister promised a Tory government would not raise the rate from 20%.
Tank pictured in footage ahead of official unveiling at May 9 Victory Day parade.
British car manufacturer Jaguar have launched their new vehicle in spectactular style, by driving it over the world's longest car high-wire crossing above London.
Not many people in Europe have taken advantage of stock market indices reaching all-time highs.
Scientists solve 350-year-old mystery of stellar collision with Apex telescope.
Manchester United manager hails important 2-1 win over Liverpool in battle for Champions League qualification.
Miserable weather ruined the celestial event for millions of Londoners.
Computer programmer Will Gallia spent three years inputting data for the London Underground video.
Magic Leap's augmented reality tech allows users to check emails in 3D - and fight virtual robots.
IBTimes UK looks at the huge-scale regeneration work taking place in London's Royal Docks.
England winger Jack Nowell has said he might add a new tattoo to his collection if England win the Six Nations on Saturday.
Economist William Keegan gives his views on the chancellor's pre-election budget.
IBTimes UK looks inside the £23,000 suite that hosted Kim Kardashian in Dubai's Atlantis Hotel.
Entertainment editor Toyin Owoseje rounds up the celebrity stories of the week.
British 'Nobel prize for teaching' finalist Richard Spencer warns that further education is more important than ever.
IBTimes UK looks at the rise of fine dining Indian restaurants.
Nigeria should talk to Isis-affiliated Boko Haram but attack them first says former president Obasanjo
Olusegun Obasanjo told IBTimes UK the country should not rule out talking to the terrorist group - but only after a military campaign.
The winner of the 'Nobel Prize for teaching' Nancy Atwell says that teachers should not wait to be given permission to improve their schools and classrooms.
Video charts the 80-year history of the UK driving test.
Feeding ducks bread could be damaging their health and habitats, according to the Canal & River Trust.
US teacher fights off competition from 5,000 others to win the inaugural $1m Global Teacher Prize.
Former Prime Minister Tony Blair says young Britons are being exposed to 'informal networks' pushing them towards Isis
Footage shows endangered wild wolf in Noord-Sleen for the first time since 1897.
Nasa has successfully tested the biggest rocket ever made which the US space agency hopes will one day launch manned missions as far as Mars.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic says he felt like he had '11 babies' around him when he got red card.
Entertainment reporter Toyin Owoseje rounds up the showbiz stories of the week.
US Declaration of Independence goes on display alongside Magna Carta at new British Library exhibition.