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The artist, who's in lockdown in Normandy, shares 10 soothing paintings of the springtime.
The New York attorney general has written to the videoconferencing company about its security measures.
Despite government help, almost 20% of UK firms are unlikely to get the money they need to survive.
Rising temperatures may be having a profound impact on one of the world's favourite songbirds.
The advice comes as the government faces growing criticism over a lack of testing for frontline staff.
Jay Blades, host of BBC One's surprise hit The Repair Shop, never aimed for a career on screen.
The coronavirus crisis is having a huge impact on young people with existing mental health conditions.
The clothing brand says a claim it is "playing Russian roulette with people’s lives" is nonsense.
However, experts say a fever and a cough are still the main ones to look out for.
MSPs are expected to pass new emergency powers in a single day in response to the Covid-19 outbreak.
The 1980s are once again influencing some of the world’s biggest artists like Dua Lipa and The Weeknd.
Coronavirus is throwing many birth plans up in the air and leading some health trusts to increase home births.
Specialist cleaning services are being inundated with requests to disinfect buildings during the coronavirus pandemic.
Geoff Chutter is the founder of Whitewater West, the world's largest water park design firm.
Hear from the people on low wages who are taking a risk to keep the country running.
Musicians in South Korea have played a classical music concert for coronavirus patients.
UN boss António Guterres calls for an "immediate co-ordinated" global response to tackle the crisis.
A woman surprised her fiancé for his birthday by organising a mass sing-along in their apartment building.
The Bank of England welcomed the decision by the UK's biggest banks and encouraged them to scrap bonuses.
The "shambles" over mass testing for coronavirus and the UK's youngest virus death make the front pages.