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Shopping guidance issued on first day of Northern Ireland’s circuit-breaker

Shopping guidance issued on first day of Northern Ireland’s circuit-breaker

Shopping guidance issued on first day of Northern Ireland’s circuit-breaker

The streets of Belfast city centre were deserted on Friday as the latest restrictions were imposed.

Early years ‘on par with other great social challenges of our time’, says Kate

Early years ‘on par with other great social challenges of our time’, says Kate

Early years ‘on par with other great social challenges of our time’, says Kate

More than half-a-million people took part in the duchess’s research into understanding public attitudes to the early years development of children.

Father to run 60km in 24 hours for premature babies after death of son

Father to run 60km in 24 hours for premature babies after death of son

Father to run 60km in 24 hours for premature babies after death of son

Alastair Demick’s son Andrew was stillborn.

Schools facing staffing pressures due to Covid-19 can claim financial support

Schools facing staffing pressures due to Covid-19 can claim financial support

Schools facing staffing pressures due to Covid-19 can claim financial support

The Government has unveiled a short-term workforce fund.

Covid rules in England could be eased before Christmas, says minister

Covid rules in England could be eased before Christmas, says minister

Covid rules in England could be eased before Christmas, says minister

Scientists advising the Government believe there is little scope for widespread changes in the coming weeks.

Latest weekly Covid-19 rates for local authority areas in Wales

Latest weekly Covid-19 rates for local authority areas in Wales

Latest weekly Covid-19 rates for local authority areas in Wales

Rates have risen in 16 of the 22 local authority areas.

Police to pay out millions after settling case over journalist arrests

Police to pay out millions after settling case over journalist arrests

Police to pay out millions after settling case over journalist arrests

As well as paying damages, the PSNI will have to foot both sides’ legal costs following lengthy judicial review proceedings.

World’s oldest surviving provincial zoo to relocate due to Covid-19 pandemic

World’s oldest surviving provincial zoo to relocate due to Covid-19 pandemic

World’s oldest surviving provincial zoo to relocate due to Covid-19 pandemic

There have also been declining visitor numbers to Bristol Zoo Gardens recently.

Timeline of key events in Sir Philip Green’s career

Timeline of key events in Sir Philip Green’s career

Timeline of key events in Sir Philip Green’s career

Arcadia, the main bulk of the businessman’s empire, is reportedly on the brink of administration.

Two wildcats born at Edinburgh Zoo

Two wildcats born at Edinburgh Zoo

Two wildcats born at Edinburgh Zoo

Wildcats are one of Scotland’s rarest and most threatened mammals.

Hybrid 5G satellite engineering hub set to open in Oxfordshire

Hybrid 5G satellite engineering hub set to open in Oxfordshire

Hybrid 5G satellite engineering hub set to open in Oxfordshire

New facility based in Oxfordshire is supported by £3 million of Government funding.

‘Callous’ dissident republican jailed for at least 22 years over officer death

‘Callous’ dissident republican jailed for at least 22 years over officer death

‘Callous’ dissident republican jailed for at least 22 years over officer death

Christopher Robinson, 50, played an ‘intimate and inextricable’ role in the death of devoted family man Adrian Ismay.

Mass coronavirus testing of students before Christmas holidays to begin

Mass coronavirus testing of students before Christmas holidays to begin

Mass coronavirus testing of students before Christmas holidays to begin

The University of St Andrews has set up a testing centre, with checks to be overseen by third-year medical students.

Ex-home secretary warns of ‘major gap’ in dealing with harmful online content

Ex-home secretary warns of ‘major gap’ in dealing with harmful online content

Ex-home secretary warns of ‘major gap’ in dealing with harmful online content

Lord Blunkett raised concerns as peers considered measures for the post-Brexit regulation of platforms such as YouTube and Facebook.

Worship resuming at Minster is a ‘blessing and relief’

Worship resuming at Minster is a ‘blessing and relief’

Worship resuming at Minster is a ‘blessing and relief’

York is entering Tier 2 of coronavirus restrictions.

‘Welcome to Kent The Toilet of England’ – Brexit protesters target road signs

‘Welcome to Kent The Toilet of England’ – Brexit protesters target road signs

‘Welcome to Kent The Toilet of England’ – Brexit protesters target road signs

The stunt aimed to highlight fears of huge lorry queues and suggestions that portaloos will have to be installed for use by delayed drivers.

Adrian Ismay’s killer ‘volunteered with him at St John Ambulance’

Adrian Ismay’s killer ‘volunteered with him at St John Ambulance’

Adrian Ismay’s killer ‘volunteered with him at St John Ambulance’

A PSNI detective described Christopher Robinson’s decision to target the community volunteer as ‘reprehensible’.

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