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A howler by goalkeeper Tim Krul helps lift Arsenal up to seventh as bottom club Norwich City's hopes of staying in the Premier League fade.
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta tells BBC Sport he is feeling "positive" about the chances of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang signing a new contract with the Gunners.
Bournemouth's Premier League survival hopes are dealt another blow as Newcastle beat them comprehensively with an exciting performance at Vitality Stadium.
Everton maintain their post-lockdown push for a place in next season's Europa League with an impressive home win over Leicester.
Sayagi Sivanantham was found with knife wounds at a property in Mitcham on Tuesday and later died.
Dr Clare Wenham explained local lockdowns to viewers, despite her daughter's best efforts to distract her.
It's a complicated story about bounties and back channels. Let's break it down.
The force, which has been using a swastika in its emblem since 1918, said it had caused misunderstandings.
Five-year-old Tony Hudgell set a target of raising £500 for the hospital that saved his life.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this Wednesday evening.
A complaint against Ed Henry involving a co-worker was made last week, Fox News said.
Manu Tuilagi is one of six players to have been told to look for another club by Leicester, reports BBC Radio Leicester.
The BBC's Michael Bristow takes a closer look at what the security law brought in by China means.
In a surprise message, Harry said people like them gave him the "greatest hope" for the future.
Local councils counter online rumours about imminent lockdowns, and what's behind them.
The crisp giant says an increase in confirmed cases reflects "the situation in the local community".
Leaders in Bedford say they have been left scrambling to control the spread of the disease.
Simon Cheng is granted asylum in the UK almost a year after he was detained by Chinese authorities.
Liverpool will attack rather than defend their title next season, says manager Jurgen Klopp.
Experts issue warnings about lax rules ahead of e-scooters becoming legal this coming weekend.