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BTS, Olivia Rodrigo and Ed Sheeran have some of the year's biggest hits, but who is number one?
The "aerial bomb" blows up on a railway construction site close to the main station.
'Forgotten' householders criticise power firms for the speed of repairs and "woeful" communication.
Covid rules have been strengthened in response to concern over the newly-identified Omicron variant.
Health bosses could not provide evidence of progress a year after the report into Elizabeth's death.
Leicester City are urged to end their relationship with five betting firms by a mother who says her husband took his own life because of a gambling addiction.
And Just Like That, a new 10-part spin-off series, launches later this month.
Behind-the-scenes of the West End show, which features 300 costumes and a giant blue elephant.
Gatherings can go ahead but people should be cautious and also get booster jabs, health secretary says.
Students have been urged to check if their classes are running during three days of walkouts.
Officials should prepare for a "potentially significant" wave of cases, government scientific advisers say.
What is the chance that after-work drinks with colleagues will turn into a Covid superspreader event?
Josh Quigley arrives in the US to complete the round-the-world cycle which set him on the road to recovery.
Visitors to the UK say new rules to slow the spread of Omicron have thrown travel plans into doubt.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Wednesday morning.
The most intense Formula 1 championship fight for years will be decided over the next two weekends in the Middle East.
How a fraudster posing as an only child's sister successfully gained lasting power of attorney.
Rafael Benitez is a veteran of 14 Merseyside derbies from his time on the red side of the divide, but his first in charge of Everton could be his most important.
The front pages focus on the aim to offer boosters to all adults in England by the end of January.
The number of cyclists being killed on rural English roads rose sharply over the last year.