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Research has shown pets can have a huge benefit to our mental health - especially this past year.
The film PS Burn This Letter Please tells untold stories from the lives of 1950s drag artists.
This time, the revolution is being televised, but it was music that gave Black Power a timeless platform.
From dog theft to drug crime, lockdown has led to some big changes in policing.
International leaders condemn the military after Saturday's violence - the deadliest since the coup.
The team keeping the Palace of Westminster spick and span describes a year like no other.
A selection of striking images from our readers on this week's theme.
How demand for energy has been central to the development of humanity.
Workers who label content and help computers understand language want their own voices to be heard.
Dillian Whyte produces a fine display to stop Alexander Povetkin in their rematch in Gibraltar.
Cameras will be in court, thanks to the network behind OJ Simpson’s trial. What role will they play?
Easter trees and garden furniture are being sought out by shoppers keen to make the most of lockdown easing.
Firms in England with more than 10 employees that are unable to provide on-site testing can apply.
Dexter used to work as a sniffer dog for the Met but he was "too sociable" for the job.
A photograph of a "burner boy" working on a toxic dump in Ghana helped his family to find him.
Unite urges workers to come forward to voice their complaints about hours, pay, targets and breaks.
Gordy says he is skating from Melbourne to Cairns but says he "didn't realise how big Australia was".
Sunday's papers carry reports that a third Covid vaccine will be rolled out in the next three weeks.
World champion Ronnie O'Sullivan fights back to beat Barry Hawkins 10-9 and set up a Tour Championship final against Neil Robertson.