post 17 November 2015
Read more from Geoff White on Technology Is Isis planning murderous cyber attacks?

I've been covering cyber security for several years, but very, very rarely come across incidents that directly resulted in physical harm, let alone death.

article 14 October 2015 UK, Sierra Leone
Ebola nurse Pauline Cafferkey 'critically ill'

The Scottish nurse who contracted Ebola working in Sierra Leone is "critically ill" after being re-admitted to hospital and her condition has "deteriorated".

article 09 October 2015 UK, Sierra Leone
Pauline Cafferkey
Ebola: nurse Pauline Cafferkey in hospital again

A British nurse who contracted the Ebola virus in Sierra Leone is re-admitted to hospital in London due to an "unusual late complication".

post 05 October 2015
Read more from Geoff White on Technology Terrorist hunters face awkward realities

Most tech companies have a laser-like focus one goal: growing customer numbers. Complying with requests from foreign law enforcement agencies is not a priority

article 30 September 2015 UK
First UK womb transplants approved

Doctors give the go-ahead for 10 women to have the first ever womb transplants in the UK from deceased donors.

article 28 September 2015 UK
Supermoon: the best pictures and footage from across Britain

The supermoon lit up the dark skies of Britain last night for the first time in 30 years. Here is exclusive footage from the 3am lunar event and some of the most stunning photographs.

article 22 September 2015 UK
Volkswagen admit 11m cars affected as UK demands action

Volkswagen has admitted that 11 million vehicles worldwide are fitted with software to cheat emissions tests and taken a 6.5 billion euro profit hit to deal with the growing scandal.

post 16 September 2015
Read more from Geoff White on Technology Facebook: what's not to like?

For a platform like Facebook, that is built largely on advertising money, a "dislike" button would be a brave move indeed.

article 10 September 2015 World
New 'human' species discovered in South Africa

Scientists announce the discovery of a new human-like species named Homo Naledi, buried deep in a remote cave chamber in South Africa.