The world's richest man has set himself a new challenge – to improve sanitation for the poor
Quality newspapers are normally quite boring. Not monumentally boring, just a bit dull and worthy. If they were a colour, they would be brown.
Cameron writes in The Big Issue about his upbringing and the advice his father gave him
Bill Gates hails breakthrough as he urges world leaders to back new vaccination drive
Superb 65 puts Englishman in position for win which would virtually clinch spot
Ed Roberts was one of the early pioneers in the world of personal computing, an electronics engineer who designed and created the first widely available home microcomputer in 1974. With no keyboard, no screen and only a set of switches to programme it, this was a different beast to today's laptop and desktop PCs. However, it is thanks to Roberts and his colleagues that computers emerged out of the worlds of academia, the military and commerce to make their way into our homes.
The Tour d'Argent's cellar is one of the best in the world, but it is running out of space. So the Parisien restaurant has decided to sell off 18,000 bottles – and there are bargains to be had.