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Brexit talks are to resume on Friday as compromises over issues such as fishing rights are sought.
New rules restrict hospitality and ban indoor activities, but do allow travel into England.
The president-elect says he expects universal masking will bring a "significant reduction" in Covid-19.
"It's so hard to concentrate when you're in your own room because they can't see you."
Filmmaker Xavier Alford explores up to his rare illness for the first time as it slowly paralyses his arms and legs.
The death of Nigel Demaline's wife, Pauline, of Covid-19, prompted him to help test a new vaccine.
The children of Newburgh in Fife have been trusted to design the town's festive illuminations.
A rare excavation south of Oslo will provide new details about Viking culture.
Changes to the 1996 Treasure Act are aimed at protecting newly-discovered treasure.
The mixed-race Irish people searching for their African roots.
Joe White will also act as consul-general to San Francisco when he takes on the role later this year.
How closely have you been paying attention to what's been going on during the past seven days?
Ros Atkins from BBC's Outside Source asks if people will have to be vaccinated against the virus.
The country has recorded the second highest number of Covid-19 cases globally.
A student-led protest movement has started demanding reform of the monarchy and an end to military coups.
100,000 people are donating their smartphone power to scientists to help research into Covid-19.
The money has disappeared from circulation and is unaccounted for, say MPs and auditors.
Online shoppers are being warned of the risks of cyber-fraud during the festive season.
The cut comes at a time when the industry is suffering from low passenger numbers due to the pandemic.
The latest twists in the UK's vaccine rollout and trade negotiations with the EU lead the papers.