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About 100 teenagers were in the dining hall of the County Down site when the fire happened on Saturday.
Drivers were warned to avoid the area around the former Tolly Cobbold premises.
The patients caught the virus on the Diamond Princess cruise liner, bringing the total UK cases to 13.
Renters speak of struggling to get on the property ladder, amid a shortage of over one million homes.
Tomas Gafrik, from Slovakia, was last heard of on Thursday morning when he was scaling the UK's highest mountain.
The London MP says she wants Labour's new leader to be able to choose their own top team.
England rediscover some of their World Cup form to reignite their own hopes of landing the Six Nations title with a 24-12 win over Ireland.
The SNP's Joanna Cherry is challenging Angus Robertson for the Edinburgh Central seat at Holyrood.
MPs and assembly members ask the chancellor for £30m to help affected areas in Rhondda Cynon Taff.
The team were greeted by elderly fans instead of children before their game with Watford.
Highways England said it had to shut the road for a "complex" clean-up of the lorries and their contents.
Emily Hope, 22, has not been seen since leaving a nightclub in Glasgow in the early hours of Saturday.
Residents are blaming a faulty flood alleviation scheme for their continuing misery.
The 118 evacuees leave after 14 days, as 30 others from a virus-hit cruise ship begin their isolation.
A police investigation is launched after the man was hit by a Suzuki Swift.
Keri in Salford was affected by the Boxing Day floods in 2015, she believes a solution needs to be found to help others affected.
A group of women who have suffered complications are given the chance to speak to an independent clinician.
The SNP leader also defended her plans for a Scottish visa system on The Andrew Marr Show.
The family's demand comes after the US refused to extradite the suspect involved in Mr Dunn's death.