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Updated: 2 hours 32 min ago
The Southern Trust says two more patients have died at Craigavon Hospital and three at Daisy Hill.
The human rights lawyer says she is "dismayed" by the UK being prepared to break international law.
People will not be able to socialise with other households in their homes or gardens.
The first minister has spoken to Boris Johnson once since May, calling this "simply unacceptable".
The R number has risen to between 1.1 and 1.4 as officials warn of "far worse things to come".
The "irreplaceable" works, including a first edition by Galileo, were taken in a dramatic London heist.
NI Health Minister Robin Swann says the Belfast-born artist should sing songs about saving lives.
Louis Johnson was stabbed in front of commuters as part of an ongoing feud with his killer.
The first minister says some "hard but necessary" decisions will need to be taken in the coming days.
China Gold broke her glass on Olivia Cooke before striking her in the face with the broken vessel.
Adnan Ahmed was jailed last October for targeting young women in Glasgow and South Lanarkshire.
Three team mates of the Edinburgh academy player who attended the same house party are self-isolating.
Mayor Sadiq Khan says "we simply can't afford to have numbers of people congregating".
The cost of a puppy has more than doubled, with dogs typically selling for nearly £1,900.
A man is found guilty of a racially aggravated public order offence for sending the fruit to a black man.
Latest mortality figures show how deaths continue to decline in Wales since the peak of the pandemic.
The British perfumer says removing actor John Boyega from his own advert was "utterly despicable".
"Saying thank you to all Admiral staff in this way is the right thing to do," says David Stevens.
No further action will be taken against the boyfriend of Louella Fletcher-Michie, the CPS says.
Officials in India and the UK worked together to find the bronze sculptures.