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England claim a first ever series win in New Zealand after a final-quarter fightback helped them beat the world champions 49-45 in Christchurch.
People should buy petrol as normal, the transport secretary says, despite supply problems at some stations.
A 38-year-old is arrested and police release an image of a second man they are searching for.
The BBC's Anne Soy sees how Islamic militants have terrorised Cabo Delgado in northern Mozambique
Spain accuses regional ex-president Carles Puigdemont of sedition, and wants him extradited.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Friday morning.
The actor, 34, is carried off a golf course after collapsing during a celebrity match in the US.
The arrest of a man on suspicion of the murder of Sabina Nessa also makes many of Friday's front pages.
The government is set to make it illegal for hospitality bosses to withhold tips from their workers.
As Labour conference approaches, Sir Keir Starmer intends to take the fight to his critics inside the party.
New LGBT students share their hopes and concerns as analysis reveals the extra challenges they face.
The 'Quad' - India, Australia, Japan and the US - are meeting for the first time as a group.
After an illness, Stu began reuniting old postcards with their owners - and revived some buried memories.
Megan Swann, who does "environmental magic" is now the most senior magician in the UK.
The pop star is joining Abba's live band next year, after crowd-funding her sparkling new album.
The workers in Singapore are enduring one of the longest Covid confinement periods in the world.
One wildly inaccurate claim suggests Germany does not actually exist.
Research identifies 20,000 missing patients in England - and warns more staff and equipment are needed.
Britain’s top engineers are urging the government to stop buildings being demolished.
The indictment says Brian Laundrie used a debit card that did not belong to him after her death.