Struggling businesses are not getting the help they need from councils, the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) says.
Key American senators call for the US to send weapons to help Ukraine fight what they say is "a Russian invasion".
In a mixed bag of headlines for Monday's press, the challenge to David Cameron's EU policy from the Tories' Eurosceptic wing makes many papers.
The speed and scale of house-building in Cornwall is being branded "an invasion" by rural activists.
The Ulster Unionist Party has said the current budget used by the Northern Ireland Executive is untenable and a new one is required.
Where Islamic State finds support to become a formidable force
A musician from the Household Division tells the BBC about the riding the route taken by a British cavalry unit who held the line against the German advance early in World War One.
An Indian charity unveils 108 new lavatories in a village which gained notoriety when two young girls were found hanged from a tree there in May.
New research estimates greenhouse gases from food production will go up 80% if meat and dairy consumption continues to rise at its current rate.
Behind the sound effects of Dylan Thomas's Under Milk Wood
China's manufacturing activity misses expectations in August, indicating that the country's economy may be losing momentum.
The US Space Agency Nasa has released new footage showing a series of powerful solar flares.
Cuba restricts the amount of foreign goods that travellers can bring into the country, where locally-made items are scarce and expensive.
Living off the food other people throw away
Researchers worry new cars could be vulnerable to hackers
A leading independent school is making dozens of its courses available free online, so lessons can be downloaded by pupils or teachers at other schools.
Charities campaigning against child poverty should be encouraged to set up their own free schools, says a think tank report.
Could chip and pin technology be open to a new type of "skimming" fraud which is being used to steal people's cash?
The BBC's meets Chibatman - a Japanese man who dresses as Batman to make Japanese people smile and who has become an internet sensation.
Nearly 10,000 jobs could be created in Scotland's food and drink sector over the next five years, according to a new report.