The delegations of the three remaining candidates for the 2020 Olympics arrive in Argentina to make their final pitch. Within hours, the host city of the 32nd summer games will be announced.
An east London council is drawing up plans to teach local children in shifts, with the possibility of a three day school week, in the face of an acute shortfall in primary school places.
The police horse who was attacked when football fans clashed following a Tyne-Wear derby is “totally fine”, his owners say, while arrests continue after a weekend of soccer-related violence.
Consumers can look forward to faster mobile broadband and more competitive services following the 4G auction, but the Treasury will receive £1.2bn less than it predicted last year.
Energy giants will be rethinking their presence in the region after Islamist fighters seize foreign workers at Algeria’s In Amenas field, an energy security analyst tells Channel 4 News.
Some gadgets we depend on were developed for people with disabilities, Channel 4 News looks at inventions from the past and products intended for the disabled that could appeal to a mass market.
The Great Storm of 1987 dramatically changed the landscape of southern England, but some involved in the environmental recovery process say it transformed our woodlands for the better.
As a hearing sets a date for an inquest into the death of former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko, his widow’s lawyer tells Channel 4 News she hopes the truth about his death will emerge.
As Unicef releases figures showing that more children now survive their fifth birthday than ever before, a charity praises the efforts of two post-conflict African nations on child mortality targets.
The riots that spread across England in 2011 lasted a few days but some communities suffered lasting damage. However, the resulting clean-up fostered a community spirit that is still present now.
Lutalo Muhammad comes into the 80kg taekwondo event at London 2012 with a lot to prove after he was controversially selected for Team GB over world number one Aaron Cook.
Britain’s biggest gold medals haul since 1908 owes a lot to improved funding for Olympic sports. A former heptathlete tells Channel 4 News the difference lottery funding has made to athletics.
Mo Farah gave British distance running a much-needed boost with a double medal winning performance at the 2011 World Championships. He goes for gold in the 5,000m and 10,000m in London 2012.
Katherine Grainger and Anna Watkins both have their own tales of Olympic agony despite four medals between them. Now the pair team up to go for gold in the double scull event at London 2012.
After a triumphant Tour de France, Londoner Bradley Wiggins has another chance for success, this time in his backyard. But will his Tour training regime deliver success at London 2012?