The National Archives is set to introduce a car park charging system for the first time.
The service records of more than 250,000 soldiers discharged from the British Army at the end of the 19th century have been made available to browse online for the first time.
Family historians with Jewish roots will have new ways to explore their heritage now that a major museum has re-opened.
Following huge demand at last month's Who Do You Think You Are? LIVE, we're now offering our A1 seven-generation wallchart to buy for the great price of just £5.
The details of thousands of people buried and cremated at sites around Britain have been added to the database at Deceased Online
New fees for ordering birth, marriage and death certificates from the General Record Office (GRO) in England and Wales will come into force in April, the Home Office has announced.
To celebrate the arrival of Who Do You Think You Are? in America, we've brought down our overseas subscription rate
We've just returned from another fantastic weekend at Who Do You Think You Are? Live – catch up on all the news from the show here
The NHS Information Centre has announced the launch of a new fee-paying service to the 1939 National Register after several high-profile appeals for access. 
Family historians can now hear and read unique first-hand accounts of Holocaust survivors thanks to the completion of a permanent online archive of interviews.
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