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Paul Rule's finds range from tiny water fleas to hedgehogs and bee orchids.
31 May 2020
Dr John Wright tells the story of Marium Zameer, who became very unwell with Covid-19 despite being young and healthy.
31 May 2020
Positive stories from people considered at high risk who have made a full recovery from coronavirus.
31 May 2020
An Independent Cinema Office survey found only a quarter of venues planned to open before autumn.
31 May 2020
A doctor gives his guide to dealing with death at the time of coronavirus.
30 May 2020
Some restrictions on vulnerable people shielding from coronavirus are to be eased after 10 weeks.
30 May 2020
Care home deaths this spring were almost double what they were last year, the care regulator says.
30 May 2020
Britain's test and trace policy and Dominic Cummings' lockdown trip dominate Sunday's papers.
30 May 2020
This weekend thousands of people will gather as an online choir to perform Handel’s Messiah.
30 May 2020
Health Secretary Jeane Freeman says people are "alert to the risks" of scammers targeting the tracing system.
30 May 2020
The sandwich chain is "radically" changing its business model in the wake of the coronavirus epidemic.
30 May 2020
The arrests and seizures were made at a property in Newry on Saturday morning.
30 May 2020
The government's scientist gave his opinion when asked about Dominic Cumming's controverisal travel during lockdown.
30 May 2020
The UK government approves the return of domestic competitive sport behind closed doors from Monday, 1 June.
30 May 2020
Police were called to Durdle Door over concerns for people seen jumping from the cliff into the sea.
30 May 2020
A man has been charged in connection with the deaths of Dwayne MacLeay, 28, and Gary MacKay, 35.
30 May 2020
The fire service says it was called back to the area just hours after they had put out a blaze.
30 May 2020
Guidelines to social contact are starting to change across the UK.
30 May 2020
One police officer was injured after she was kicked in the face at Ballyholme beach
30 May 2020
Traders on Exeter's historic quay say they have seen lockdown rules broken and anti-social behaviour.
30 May 2020
The Deputy Chief Medical Officer has warned the public to be sensible as lockdown eases in England.
30 May 2020
A house is "hanging" over a cliff edge and 20 are "at risk" as properties are evacuated by firefighters.
30 May 2020
Senior Conservatives are still questioning adviser's account of driving his family 260 miles during lockdown.
30 May 2020
With links back to a popular Victorian medicine, a firm is helping protect frontline workers facing coronavirus.
30 May 2020
Bristol Water is working with the council to distribute bottled water while repairs are carried out.
30 May 2020
A man was taken to hospital after the shooting outside apartments.
30 May 2020
BBC Sport looks at how the coronavirus pandemic might affect the women's game this year and beyond.
30 May 2020
Meeting friends? Here's how to handle the awkward new rules - from sharing food to avoiding hugs.
30 May 2020
The events industry has new ways to keep us entertained while social distancing is still in place.
30 May 2020
There is a lot of uncertainty around when and how weddings are allowed to take place. What are your rights?
30 May 2020
Three centenarians who were discharged from hospital after treatment for Covid-19 tell their stories.
30 May 2020
A head teacher explains how she is piecing school life back together before children return.
30 May 2020
A father is unable to get off his ship to see his four-year-old son during lockdown.
29 May 2020
Reece had big plans for his time during lockdown but instead he has found himself smoking drugs.
29 May 2020
Clive Myrie meets patients and staff on the Covid ward at the Royal London Hospital.
29 May 2020
How can you treat your own teeth while waiting to see a dentist?
29 May 2020
Millions unable to do their job due to coronavirus will have their wages paid by a new scheme.
29 May 2020
What is being done for the five million self-employed people in the UK facing a sudden loss of income?
29 May 2020
The structure was constructed by staff at an events company whose children attend the school.
29 May 2020
Will employees still get paid if they are told to self-isolate? And other questions answered by BBC experts.
29 May 2020
Prepare for a quick in and out with masks, screens and hand gel - don't expect magazines or coffee.
29 May 2020
The UK waded into the Hong Kong security row by proposing more rights for holders of a special passport.
29 May 2020
The socially-distanced show will be broadcast as-live on BBC One at the end of July.
29 May 2020
Parents of year six and year one pupils have been falling out over whether to send them back to school.
29 May 2020
The lack of public loos has led to reports of visitors defecating in public spaces.
29 May 2020
The aero-engine maker is cutting 9,000 jobs - but is there more bad news to come?
28 May 2020
One driver was caught by police driving at 142mph on the M6 Toll near Birmingham.
28 May 2020
Output fell by 99.7% from the same month last year as virus closes car plants.
28 May 2020
Dame Jessica Ennis-Hill's heptathlon gold at London 2012 wins the best British women's sport moment in our vote.
28 May 2020
The UK applauds carers on Thursday evening for what the event organiser says could be the last time.
28 May 2020
Doctors, call centre staff and students are some of the 25,000 people chasing Covid-19 cases in England.
28 May 2020
After almost 10 weeks of lockdown which restrictions are being eased - and which remain in force?
28 May 2020
Millions in the UK will soon be asked to monitor who they have been near to combat coronavirus.
28 May 2020
A dream Grand Slam, a lost medal and the mysterious phone call that sparked a new career. Sue Barker looks back on her life in tennis so far.
28 May 2020
Britons turned to Disney+ in droves, data suggests, but Apple TV has struggled to engage viewers.
27 May 2020
Pete Knight said he would find the photos online and "felt sorry they were adrift".
27 May 2020