South Yorkshire Housing Association's free training courses gave hope to tenant battling long-term illness and depression
Face-recognition software: The end of anonymity?
The software is already used for military surveillance, by police to identify suspects - and on Facebook
Viral videos: Cashing in on candid moments
Train Kick Selfie Guy Jared Frank could receive anything between $30,000 (£17,800) to $250,000 (£149,000) for his misfortune - and that's just his cut of advertising revenue from being viewed on YouTube
World's fastest elevators coming soon to China
Whatever next? Simon Usborne finds out from Britain's highest authority on the subject
Cityfathers tackles long-hours culture
The organisation is the brainchild of Louisa Symington-Mills, a chief operating officer who set up Citymothers in 2012 - a group that now boasts more than 3,000 members
It's not always fun in the sun: Moving abroad does not guarantee happiness
Brits who migrate to Costa del Sol more unhappy than those who stay at home
Migrants in Britain a decade on
They came, they worked, they stayed in Lincolnshire
Chris Addison on swapping politics for pillow talk
The 'Thick of It' favourite thinks the romcom is an 'awful genre'. So why is he happy with a starring role in Sky Living's new Lake District-set series 'Trying Again'?
Why musicians play into their old age
Nick Hasted looks at how they are driven by a burning desire to keep on entertaining fans despite risking ridicule
How can you tell a gentleman?
A list of public figures with gallant attributes by Country Life magazine throws a fascinating light on what it means to be a gentleman in the modern world