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The Department of Health says 505,188 first doses have been administered across Northern Ireland.
Over-40s will be first in line from mid-April after the top nine priority groups receive one dose.
Teachers and police officers lobbied to be prioritised but will get it in line with their age-group.
Infection rates in the community are continuing to decline, says the Office for National Statistics.
The former first minister makes the claim during his long-awaited appearance at a Holyrood inquiry.
Londoners have been urged to remain on "high alert" as there are still thousands in hospital with Covid.
Stephen Jeffries was found in a car park with a life-threatening head injury.
Steph Norman and Aaron Willoughby are told their ceremony must be in English and Cornish.
This year's final is brought forward by a week after illness and injury forced five celebrities out.
The berg covers 1,270 sq km - nearly 490 square miles - but its break-off was expected.
After phase one is complete by mid-April, in what order will all other adults get the jab?
The ruling means she will not be able to come back to fight the decision to remove her British citizenship.
Students react to the news that their grades will be decided by teachers rather than exams.
What Harry thinks of The Crown, what Queen got Archie for Christmas, and other key information.
The Duke of Sussex spoke to TV host James Corden about life in the US after stepping back from royal duties.
Rishi Sunak thinks the low-tax zones will boost struggling parts of the UK - but not everyone agrees.
A consultation begins into new anti-terror legislation in memory of Manchester bomb victim Martyn Hett.
Daisy Lowe-Martin's family used part of a £1.8m settlement to buy a home suitable for her needs.
The enviable political duo who ran Scotland together is now long gone. So, what went wrong?
Gay life in London was vibrant as the 1980s began, but a mysterious illness was soon to change that.