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Air industry bodies call for more support ahead of the UK's tighter quarantine rules on Monday.
16 January 2021
Sea port managers fear the shift may be part of a long-term trend to ship from the Irish Republic.
16 January 2021
The murder of 12-year-old Linda Smith, who was strangled with her school scarf, remains unsolved, 60 years on.
16 January 2021
Trials have taken place with police officers and health professionals, and in two Covid hotspots.
16 January 2021
While statistics don't reflect the human cost of the pandemic, they do give insights, reports Eunan McConville.
16 January 2021
Most of Saturday's front pages focus on a decision to shut down all travel corridors to the UK.
16 January 2021
The UK prime minister wants girls' education in developing countries to be a key international focus.
16 January 2021
Ministers seem set on England's May elections taking place, but some in local government are pushing back.
16 January 2021
Scotland has vaccinated fewer elderly people but it has been following a different strategy.
16 January 2021
Takeaway outlets and click and collect retail services must change how they operate in Scotland.
16 January 2021
Christmas gatherings were cut back but was there still an impact on Covid cases?
16 January 2021
Dinosaurs In Love went viral, musician Tom Rosenthal and his daughter Fenn were the ones behind it.
16 January 2021
Everyone has heard about doctors and nurses catching Covid-19 but cleaners and porters have been worse affected.
16 January 2021
Sir Iain Duncan Smith and Joanna Lumley speak out about employees allegedly owed a total of £200,000.
15 January 2021
Celebrity Big Brother winner Paddy Doherty warns fans not to underestimate the danger of coronavirus.
15 January 2021
A Belfast mother says there is "compelling evidence" that her daughter was abducted in Malaysia.
15 January 2021
A letter from police chiefs also says 213,000 records were lost - more than first thought.
15 January 2021
Hospitals with large critical care capacity are taking patients from other areas to ease pressures
15 January 2021
First Minister Mark Drakeford says there is "no doubt at all" Covid-19 is spreading in shops.
15 January 2021
Antonio says he felt he was discriminated against because of his skin colour when he was sectioned.
15 January 2021
Video calls between children and care home residents are giving boosts to young and old.
15 January 2021
The song came out of the blue to top the UK charts, breaking streaming records in the process.
15 January 2021
Statistics agency Nisra says 145 deaths were registered last week, bringing its pandemic total to 1,976.
15 January 2021
Bears Nobby, Hamish, Luka and Sisu are enjoying the snow which has fallen across the county.
15 January 2021
The threat of unidentified Covid strains from abroad means tougher action is needed, the PM says.
15 January 2021
Replacement exam grades are likely to arrive earlier and be decided by teachers and a test.
15 January 2021
A variant that is thought to be more infectious has not been found in the UK, scientist says.
15 January 2021
Plastic surgeons express shock at the stabbing of "highly respected" Graeme Perks in his home.
15 January 2021
Government has introduced scheme for third year students, but others still left unprotected.
15 January 2021
The NHS fears some communities are being targeted with misinformation, a leading doctor says.
15 January 2021
Move follows concern over a new Covid variant which an expert says has already been found in the UK.
15 January 2021
As temperatures drop, wintry weather has brought snow, frost and flooding to parts of the UK.
15 January 2021
Joe Wicks inspired the nation to get moving during the first lockdown, but there's a new character on the fitness scene.
15 January 2021
Some hauliers say they have faced long delays and fear things will get worse before they get better.
15 January 2021
The overflow mortuary in Ruislip was built to relieve pressure on hospital morgues in London.
15 January 2021
Rules of origin are a key part of the UK's trade deal with the EU. What are they?
15 January 2021
Singer Talia Dean was 18 when she first had symptoms of axial spondyloarthritis. It took 15 years to get a diagnosis.
15 January 2021
A therapist who arranges free mental health help for NHS workers says many are at "breaking point".
15 January 2021
The actress stars in Finding Alice about a woman left floundering after her partner's sudden death.
15 January 2021
Critical care staff at the Royal Stoke University Hospital say school pupils were behind the gift.
14 January 2021
Studies show shoppers on both sides of the Atlantic are more ethically and environmentally minded.
14 January 2021
First-time buyers are calling on the government to extend a Help to Buy deadline amid Covid-related delays.
14 January 2021
The queens of season two discuss coronavirus shutting production down, and how life changed for their drag.
14 January 2021
A new documentary shows the world's first gay rugby club challenging conventional perceptions.
14 January 2021
As the UK records its highest death toll, Fergal Keane has been to see the strain the NHS is under for the second time.
13 January 2021
Professor Jonathan Van-Tam is volunteering at a community centre in Nottingham.
13 January 2021
Confiscated ham sandwiches, delayed Scottish salmon and other fallout from the new regime.
13 January 2021
Nicola Sturgeon announces the areas where restrictions will be tightened in Scotland from Saturday.
13 January 2021
How children of South Asian families are helping to overcome misinformation about the Covid-19 vaccine.
13 January 2021
The BBC's Steve Swann looks at the use of UK drill music as evidence in criminal prosecutions.
13 January 2021
As recommendations are made to modernise the Mental Health Act, Raf and Ashley reveal their own experiences of being detained under it.
13 January 2021
Anna Corrigan's family story was central to bringing the Tuam babies scandal to worldwide attention.
12 January 2021
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