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A poultry business says the Welsh government should follow England on bird flu prevention measures.
Terry Devine scatters his son's ashes at the top of Mount Kilimanjaro five years after he died.
An interview with ex-chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng and leaked remarks from TV's David Walliams lead the papers.
Spending on agency staff jumps by 20% as bosses pay premium rates to plug holes in rotas.
This year's commemorations include the recently restored Big Ben striking 11 times.
A mother-of-two who relies on a food bank to feed her family says she feels guilty asking for help.
The former chancellor says he told the then PM to "slow down" after September's ill-fated mini-budget.
The makers of smart thermostats says the devices can cut energy bills but the evidence is not conclusive.
A Labour government would ease planning rules for new onshore wind farms, Sir Kier Starmer says.
An I'm a Celebrity campmate challenges the MP about his behaviour which led to his resignation.
Nicola Sturgeon and Rishi Sunak meet for the first time since he became prime minister.
Who, when, where - everything you need to know about Saturday's Rugby World Cup final between New Zealand and England.
Nurses have voted to strike. How much do they earn at the moment?
Matthew Fisher killed his wife six months after she gave birth to their baby daughter.
The prime minister is expected to say he is "determined" to see power-sharing restored at Stormont.
Flights to Manchester are diverted to Liverpool after a runway is closed over a "surface defect".
The Public and Commercial Services Union is calling for a 10% pay rise and no cuts to redundancy terms.
Inspectors say moving patients through the hospital, which opened in 2020, is their biggest concern.
Most London Underground lines are not running while operating trains and buses are very busy.
Members of the country's biggest teaching union will hold a 24-hour walkout on 24 November as part of a pay dispute.