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Nearly a month into the latest lockdown, here is the Covid-19 picture in Wales.
England’s deputy chief medical officer took questions from Radio 1 Newsbeat listeners.
The famous Lauberhorn ski event is cancelled after a spike in Covid-19 cases linked to one tourist.
After coronavirus restrictions turned Megan's wedding upside down, she adapted her plans.
The last of 14 works identified as looted from Jewish collectors is returned to the owner's heirs.
Seven-time champion Ronnie O'Sullivan launches a stunning comeback from 5-3 down to beat Ding Junhui 6-5 in the first round at the Masters.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Wednesday evening.
The Women's and Under-20s Six Nations will go ahead in the spring or summer, organisers say.
There are strict rules about which shops can open and how they can operate.
It brings the total number of deaths within 28 days of a positive test result to 84,767.
The prime minister wants round-the-clock vaccination but adds supply is currently the limiting factor.
According to legend, at least six ravens must be kept at the Tower or it will fall.
Rival supermarkets defend their pay, with Asda saying looking at hourly rates does not tell the whole story.
Hashem Abedi and Ahmed Hassan are accused of assaulting an officer in HMP Belmarsh in May.
BBC Sport explores the debate around footballers' celebrations amid tighter coronavirus restrictions in the sport.
The playful pair have learnt a new trick in lockdown, which is melting hearts.
But Boris Johnson refuses to rule out tougher restrictions in England.
Restrictions around takeaway food and click-and-collect services in Scotland are to be toughened.
Watch LA Lakers star LeBron James make an incredible 'no-look' three-pointer during his side's 117-100 win over the Houston Rockets.
Pollyanna Hope, who lost her leg in an accident, appeals for a new prosthetic limb on social media.