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Ofcom says the station will not be penalised after a presenter charged musicians £200 to play songs.
Hairdressers reopen in England for the first time in months, along with pubs, shops and gyms.
A jury has been sworn in at the inquest into the death of two graduates killed at Fishmonger's Hall.
It is the first time all pupils in Northern Ireland have been in school since before Christmas.
As Britain grieves his death, so do some Pacific tribespeople who revere him as a spiritual figure.
Zoe Stacey says she wants to breastfeed her son, William, for longer than a year.
John Wiseman made "significant modifications" to work sent to an exam board, a panel finds.
Temperatures dipped to -9.4C overnight at Tulloch Bridge in the Highlands.
As pub and restaurant gardens reopen in England, one hotelier warns some Scots may be tempted to cross the border.
Apple and Google's rules state that no location data from app users can be shared.