Researchers at the University of Ottawa, Canada, studied the brain activity of a student who can drift outside her own body at will.
Dragon's Den star Kelly Hoppen has praised a Sport Relief project helping Kenyan women into business.
Liberal Democrats are meeting for their spring conference with minds focussed on May's local and European elections.
The political week up to 7 March is reviewed in one minute by Adam Fleming, looking back over the headlines.
Sir Tom Jones has dubbed a Voice competitor "the singing politician" and the singer wants to the first UK black PM.
BBC Sport looks back at another 10 of the greatest tries from the Five and Six Nations with just two weekends remaining of the 2014 competition.
Aga Rangemaster profits cooled last year, but improvements in the housing market had a positive effect on the business.
Deutsche Bank, JPMorgan, UBS and Depfa bank have been acquitted of mis-selling derivatives to the city of Milan.
The cross-party decision to rule out a monetary union if Scotland became independent is final, the chief secretary to the Treasury says.
The head teacher of a school for children with behavioural issues defends a decision to allow students over the age of 14 to smoke.
Using underwater scooters, divers are documenting sea life found at the bottom of Australian beaches.
The Roman colony of Iulia Concordia (aerial shot, pictured), which lies 70 km northeast of Venice,was hit by floods that covered it in sediment and rubbish in the fifth century AD.
Celebrities including actress Maxine Peake and former Blur drummer David Rowntree have joined thousands of protesters opposed to legal aid cuts in England and Wales.
Tim Parker, who turned around Clarks, AA and Kwik-Fit, says struggling firms must think more long term.
An anorexic teenager was prevented from returning to school because staff feared other girls would copy her, her mother claims.
An abortion provider has been fined £200,000 for a data breach that revealed thousands of people's details to a hacker.
Should Boris stop wooing foreign property tycoons?
Critically ill patients in Portsmouth's Queen Alexandra Hospital are put on an exercise bike to help speed up their recovery.
The standing stone is the first prehistoric carved rock recorded in the Brecon Beacons - and is thought to be the only example of its kind in Wales.
Ever wanted to roll up your computer tablet? Scientists might have found a way to make that possible. A collaboration between the University of Surrey and Phillips has produced new tech that could lead to bendy tablets.