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The ECMO machine is a lifeline for coronavirus patients whose condition has not improved using a ventilator.
Non-league Chorley beat a decimated Derby County to reach the FA Cup fourth round for the first time in their history.
Bernard Thomas was rescued from the rubble of Pantglas primary school on 21 October, 1966.
The farm has been left with over 4,000 surplus eggs after schools suddenly closed to most pupils.
The friends said they were relieved people would not have to fear being fined for taking a walk.
A Boeing 737 believed to be carrying 62 people on board goes missing after take-off in Indonesia.
Connor Hall's close-range finish gives National League North side Chorley the lead over Derby County in their FA Cup third round tie.
Lyle Taylor's brilliant volley gives Nottingham Forest the lead against fellow Championship side Cardiff City in the FA Cup third round.
The property investment firm is accused of trying to "jump the queue".
West Ham manager David Moyes says footballers must not be "picked on" for breaching coronavirus guidelines.
The gym owners were given a £1,000 fine after three people were found inside on Friday.
A collection of your tributes to some of the thousands of people in the UK who have died with coronavirus.
The industry is to be revived in the coastal village of St Monans two centuries after it came to an end.
Australia appear on course to win the third Test against India after a sublime bowling and fielding display on day three at the SCG.
More than half the country is on red alert with more snow expected to fall on Saturday.
Two young women who turn 21 this year reflect on the impact 2020 and the coronavirus pandemic had on their lives and share their hopes for 2021.
LeBron James scores 28 points as the Los Angeles Lakers edge out the Chicago Bulls in a narrow win.
Hungary has literary links to Wales, with children learning a ballad about the country in school.
Thousands more people have taken up fishing during the pandemic, figures show.
A self-employed father-of-three calls on UK government to be "more flexible" with its Covid support.