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For millions of children on lockdown, teddy bear hunts are a welcome relief from the isolation.
Scientists have been amazed at the public's response to help digitise the UK's old rainfall records.
The winning ticket matched all five main numbers and the two Lucky Star numbers two weeks ago.
Study describes how app would alert citizens if someone they came into contact with tests positive.
BBC Sport's Football Focus is setting a new weekly challenge, asking you to recreate classic goals at home during the Covid-19 lockdown. Post your efforts using #goalsathome.
A London paramedic says he does not feel protected while treating patients with suspected coronavirus.
New figures offer more information on the toll of Covid-19 but do not give us the full picture.
Police across the UK now have wide-ranging powers to help fight the coronavirus pandemic.
The airlines' trade body wants to give vouchers for cancelled flights but passengers are unhappy.
Red Bull boss Christian Horner on ventilators, coronavirus 'camps' & F1's new regulations possibly being delayed until 2023.
Tottenham's non-playing staff will take a 20% pay cut during the coronavirus pandemic, the club announces.
Premier League and EFL clubs are set to discuss a collective wage deferral agreement at a meeting with the PFA on Wednesday.
Lenders are cutting back on loans, unless borrowers have a huge deposit or plenty of equity.
A series of emergency meetings is under way to decide whether Wimbledon can go ahead this year - with cancellation looking inevitable.
Joseph Parker is joined by Tyson Fury, Scott Dixon and other celebrities in a virtual dance along and lip sync to Build Me up Buttercup by The Foundations.
TV host James Corden sums up how many people are feeling during the coronavirus situation.
An octogenarian couple are defying the pandemic by meeting up for a daily cross-border chat.
With people staying inside because of coronavirus, the animals are providing "free entertainment".
Some Super League clubs think there should be no relegation in 2020 because of coronavirus disruption, says Toronto chairman Bob Hunter.
As more states impose restrictions, President Trump and governors quarrel over test kits.