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The economic gap between coastal and non-coastal areas has grown, a think tank finds.
New research shows there are vast regional variations when it comes to wealth - with single-parent families among the hardest hit.
Cities can be dense without being overpopulated. But in the world’s most crowded city, the drains can’t cope – creating a grim new job
Petrol and diesel cars will be banned during peak hours in parts of east London from July 2018. Islington and Hackney Council signed off the plans this week following a public consultation in February
Government of Papua New Guinea says 270,000 people need urgent assistance, while aid agencies tell of continuing struggle to reach the stricken
Five years in planning and due to be finished in early March, more than 23,000 solar panels will be floated on the Queen Elizabeth II reservoir near Heathrow and used to generate power for local water
China is building an underground monitoring system that will predict earthquakes up to three weeks in advance, state media reported.
The space required is equivalent to 4,900 football pitches
Last year planning permission was granted for around 350,000 new homes, the most since records began in 2006
With jams stretching kilometres, the southern city of Bangalore has become synonymous with traffic.
As part of our ‘five years’ campaign, we’re taking a look at Stratford past, present and future thorough the eyes of some of the individuals and organisations shaping our fantastic community. We spoke
Night lights data shows rising inequality between states in India, according to new research
Poorly-constructed toilet blocks have led to the deaths of seven people in three months, but politicians are yet to act on their promises for change
10:43, UK, Wednesday 30 May 2018
From community displacement in Mexico City to tourism-triggered evictions in Lisbon and crazy rent hikes in Silicon Valley, our readers shared stories of gentrification happening in their cities – and
Plans for a cultural hub at the Olympic park have been relaunched under Sadiq Khan, and include an east London outpost of the V&A. But will it draw the crowds?
The proposals include a new theatre, museum and university facilities.
BREAKING: A deforested area half the size of Paris has been found in Papua. The company responsible supplies palm oil to Pepsico, Nestle, Mars and Unilever. Sign the petition if you think companies...