Please note that a list of our available RSS/XML feeds is available on our RSS News Feeds page.
RSS stands for 'Really Simple Syndication'. RSS allows you to keep up to date with the news on your favourite web sites, without having to visit them all individually. RSS sends the details straight to your news reader for you to browse through each time an update is detected.
"The most compelling use of RSS is that it lets users read dozens of websites, all on the same page. The sites can be scanned in seconds rather than having to be laboriously loaded individually."
BBC News, 20th Feb 2004
RSS also allows you to deliver our latest headlines to your XML enabled web site. Usage information is available at the foot of this page.
We offer RSS feeds for all of our news categories, as well as for our entire headlines list. You can use these feeds together with either a web based RSS reader, or a Desktop RSS reader to keep up to date on the news, throughout the day, every day.
To find out more about RSS and how to use our feeds in an RSS reader, and for a list of RSS readers, please see the bottom of this page.
The addresses of our RSS feeds are all listed on the RSS News Feeds page.
A list of news readers appears below. They are divided up into web based readers and desktop readers. Please bear in mind that different readers work with different operating systems, so do check the instruction details before installing.
If you are unsure how to convert RSS into HTML, there are numerous tools ad tutorials online to help in the conversion. Here are a couple of third-party websites which you may find useful: www.rss-specifications.com/display-rss.htm and www.rss2html.com.
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