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Russell Causley will not reveal where he put Carole Packman's body after murdering her in 1985.
Channel One have been at every Notting Hill Carnival since 1983 but this year the event is online.
Britain's Andy Murray earns his first win against a top-10 player since June 2017 by beating Germany's Alexander Zverev at the Western and Southern Open.
Dressed in full monastic robes, they fast as they walk, drinking only water during the day.
Plaid Cymru says students should not have to rely on exams after a "disrupted" education.
New apps use your phone to record your dimensions and recommend what size to buy at shops.
A unit targeting illegal lending is worried about the end of the furlough scheme and mortgage holidays.
Two girls who have been involved with a charity that uses donated hair talk of their experiences.
Restaurateurs and hoteliers in Scotland are calling for a ban on background music to be lifted.
Up to 90mm of rain could fall in south-west Scotland as the storm moves from west to east across the day.