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It comes as health trusts across NI warn their hospitals are operating at capacity.
Timothy Brehmer, who worked for Dorset Police, strangled Claire Parry but says it was an accident.
The Twitter account @UKWoolworths, which now has more than 4,000 followers, misspelled the shop's name.
The ceremony was live-streamed into Dot Bash's care home so she could watch her granddaughter.
As England prepare to face world champions New Zealand in Hamilton, BBC Sport speaks to co-captain Laura Malcolm on how they have navigated "challenging" preparations.
The publisher Bloomsbury, best known for the Harry Potter titles, has seen profits rocket since March.
The Proclaimers, Idlewild and Belle & Sebastian are supporting crew members who are out of work because of the Covid pandemic.
Covid testing pilot projects are launched in universities - as plans begin to get students home at Christmas.
The Bank of England's Andy Haldane says people are less exposed to new experiences when working at home.
The prime minister and London's mayor have clashed over TfL's finances. What is the bigger picture?