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A photograph of the artwork has been posted on the guerrilla artist's Instagram page.
Greater Manchester businesses say they are "frustrated" by the uncertainty over a move to tier three.
A leech farmer says the animal has saved "hundreds of thousands of fingers, toes and skin flaps".
The National Crime Agency says the 1,000-plant haul in Coventry is among the largest it has ever seen.
Joe Anderson has said his brother, who was admitted to hospital with coronavirus, has died.
The capital moved to Tier 2 on Saturday, meaning people can't mix with other households indoors.
Dermott McIlveen, 38, makes full admissions after six women were assaulted on Monday, a court hears.
The change to UK law ends a loophole allowing drivers to use phones to take photos or play games.
But a stalemate continues in Manchester as local leaders resist central government's proposals.
Some of the new measures came into place on Friday evening, others will begin on Monday.
Mounting tensions as parts of the country are put under stricter lockdowns feature on Saturday's papers.
The shadow education secretary says "now is the time to act" as Labour threatens to force a vote by MPs.
We know we are heading into a difficult winter, but how worried should we be?
The Church is among the investors in a company that has been snapping up the rights to classic songs.
The head of the UK Vaccine Taskforce says it would not mean that life would get back to normal straight away.
Neil Lennon and Steven Gerrard have joined Nicola Sturgeon in asking supporters to follow Covid restrictions.
Despite the grim period for the sector, some see it as a chance to improve sustainability.
The cash grants for arts venues and organisations is part of the government's Cultural Recovery Fund.
Covid-19 restrictions mean the memorial to the four passengers killed is limited to 30 people.
Football fans say Coronavirus is not just harming the clubs, it is affecting the supporters too.