Why thousands fall into the morning-after drink-drive trap. Daily Mail, December 30

Threat of Somali piracy remains just over the horizon. The National, December 16

Britain's navy returns to Gulf base after 43-year absence. The National, December 6

With health claims unproven, are probiotics a waste of money? Daily Mail, December 2

Relax, addicts. Chocolate's future is still looking sweet. The National, November 26

Digital collaboration opens a hi-def portal on the Arab past. The National, November 19

Pressure builds on EC to ban chemicals blamed for multiple diseases. Mail, November 11

Rehab for jihadists: inside the world of deradicalisation. The National, November 6

Case raises serious questions about major London hotel's security. The National October 22

Would-be killer had come close to attempted murder before. The National, October 22

Sentencing for hammer attack on Emirati sisters could make legal history. The National, October 22

UK review of Muslim Brotherhood shines spotlight on their many fronts. The National, October 20

Palestine statehood vote puts pressure on UK policy. The National, October 12

Muslim women at war: fighting misperceptions of race and gender. The National, September 30

Will we ever understand the human brain? World Economic Forum, September 11

Cambridge research post reveals dark side of chocolate. The National, August 26

Better read than dead: why newspapers should embrace Google - The National, August 12

How Ottoman delusions crippled the modern Middle East -The National, July 19

Alcohol charities 'may be influenced by industry funding' - BMJ, June 17

Alcohol industry is always the real winner of football's World Cup - June 11, BMJ

Forget the pies: maybe it's antibiotics that are making you fat - Daily Mail, June 3

The talking dead: scans tell inside story of the mummies - The National, May 30

Anniversary longitude prize shows how far we've come - The National, May 21

Billion-unit alcohol pledge is cynical window dressing -  BMJ, May 12

Have some sympathy for the Devil, set up to take the fall for mankind - May 9, The National

A blood-red scrap of postal history - yours for the cover price of $20m - April 16, The National

The grassroots ban on cheap, high-strength alcohol that's sweeping the nation - April 11, BMJ

Don't waste your money on the 'sunshine supplement' miracle cure - Daily Mail, March 25

Budget cuts to alcohol prices will fail patients, say critics - BMJ, March 21

Looting the land of the Pharaohs: how Napoleon filled the Louvre - The National, March 20

One woman's journey from ingenue to veteran war reporter - Global Citizen, March 1

The art of strife - how Syrian businesses are thriving in exile - Global Citizen, March 1

Dial 999 and you could get an ambulance crewed by first-aiders - Daily Mail, February 25

Rotavirus: the simple bug killing half a million children each year - The National, February 16

All downhill: how violinist added a second string to her bow - The National, February 14

How Poundland vitamins compare with upmarket rivals - Daily Mail, February 11

Under the influence in Europe: part three of a BMJ investigation - BMJ, February 10 

Under the influence in Scotland: part two of a BMJ investigation - BMJ, February 6

Under the influence in England – the alcohol industry's impact on public health policy - BMJ, January 8

Life-size 'sand box' proves theory of how desert dunes are formed - January 27

In Oprah they trust: the new-age gurus making fortunes peddling modern miracles - January 10