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Lahiru Thirimanne's unbeaten 76 frustrates England as a spirited Sri Lanka rally on the third day of the first Test in Galle.
Parts of eastern England could see up to 8cm of snow on Saturday, the Met Office says.
Forty-seven players will stay confined to the their hotel rooms before the Australian Open after other passengers on their flights tested positive for coronavirus.
The execution of Dustin Higgs, 48, is the 13th federal death sentence carried out since July.
Mike Page says his images of the spectacular patterns capture a moment in time.
Australia hold the advantage after a rain-shortened second day of the decisive fourth Test against India in Brisbane.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Saturday.
Clothing brand Ralph Lauren ends its sponsorship of world number three Justin Thomas, saying it was "disheartened" by his use of a homophobic slur.
Maro Itoje has never captained his country. He doesn't lead his club. So why do his team-mates think he could rugby's biggest job?
Air industry bodies call for more government support ahead of the UK travel corridor closure on Monday.
Health officials warn the highly contagious UK Covid variant could become the dominant strain by March.
The UK prime minister wants girls' education in developing countries to be a key international focus.
Ministers seem set on England's May elections taking place, but some in local government are pushing back.
Members of the extreme right are searching for new online homes, amid paranoia that they are being ‘set up’ by the authorities.
Takeaway outlets and click and collect retail services must change how they operate in Scotland.
For residents on both sides of the border there are hopes of an end to queues, but not everyone is convinced.
Christmas gatherings were cut back but was there still an impact on Covid cases?
We speak to reporters in six global regions about hopes and expectations for the new US administration.
New documentary highlights extent of the FBI surveillance of the US civil rights leader.
Dinosaurs In Love went viral, musician Tom Rosenthal and his daughter Fenn were the ones behind it.