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Coronavirus: School and GP surgery shut as new UK cases confirmed
A primary school and a GP surgery have closed as two people who returned from Italy and Tenerife have tested positive for coronavirus in England.
Coronavirus: Japan confirms first case of person being reinfected with COVID-19
Japan has reported its first case of a person becoming reinfected with the coronavirus after appearing to have fully recovered.
NHS trust asks staff to shave off beards so coronavirus masks will fit
An NHS trust has asked its staff to shave off their beards to allow face masks to fit better as they try to reduce the spread of coronavirus.
Heathrow Airport: Govt won't appeal court decision to block third runway
Heathrow Airport's plans to build a third runway appear to be in tatters after the government confirmed it would not appeal a court decision to block the project on environmental grounds.
EU trade talks: UK prepared to walk away in June if not enough progress made
The British government has said it is prepared to walk away from EU trade talks in June if not enough progress has been made.
Storm Jorge: Winds of up to 70mph and rain to hit this weekend
Parts of the UK already experiencing flooding will be hit by more strong winds and heavy rain as Storm Jorge moves in over the weekend.
Quaden Bayles: Family of bullied Australian schoolboy to donate Disneyland funds to charity instead
Tha family of a nine-year-old boy who was left suicidal after being bullied because of his dwarfism will donate the £473,900 (£368,300) crowdfunded for him to go to Disneyland to charity instead.
Samaritans drop new chief executive after bullying allegations
The Samaritans has dropped its incoming chief executive after allegations of bullying at his former charity emerged.
Bob Weighton: Briton, 111, becomes world's oldest man
Britain's oldest man is now the oldest man in the world following the death of the previous record holder in Japan - but it's not an achievement he seems too enamoured with.
Apple won't let bad guys use iPhones on screen, Star Wars director says
Tech giant Apple is so strict about the use of their products they won't let villains use them on screen, the Star Wars director has said.
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Fire crews launch spring safety campaign after rise in deliberate blazes
Firefighters across the north of Scotland were called to tackle seven deliberate fires every single day during spring last year - a rise of almost half than during the same period in 2018.
Council leader says nothing off the table in council cuts
The leader of Dundee City Council has admitted "nothing is off the table" when it comes to cutting frontline services in the city.
Roadworks as emergency repairs needed on A9
Drivers are being warned of possible disruption on the A9 tonight as roadworks take place in Perthshire.