Australian Open 2021: Andy Murray’s hopes of playing in tournament over

Andy Murray will miss the Australian Open after failing to find a "workable quarantine" solution following his positive test for coronavirus.

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Iran’s supreme leader tweets attack threat to golfing Trump

The post appears to depict the ex-president playing in the shadow of a warplane or large drone.

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CCTV captures moment hotel fire takes hold

CCTV footage has been released showing fire breaking out in a hotel after a porter put a bag of ash and embers in a cupboard.

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Could Google really leave Australia?

After threatening to cut off Australia, could Google survive without it?

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Essex lorry deaths: Men jailed for killing 39 migrants in trailer

Thirty-nine Vietnamese migrants suffocated in a sealed container en route to Essex in October 2019.

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‘Record number’ of Covid intensive care patients transferred

Around one in 10 patients admitted to intensive care is now being sent to a different hospital.

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Tory Senedd leader Paul Davies staying despite drinking row

Paul Davies remains in post after being seen drinking with other politicians during pub alcohol ban.

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Brexit: Amazon to ask for GB to NI customs declarations

Marketplace sellers have been told by Amazon they will need customs declarations for goods from GB to NI.

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Body defends action on Covid workplace safety complaints

The Health and Safety Executive denies being “naïve” about breaches of safety rules.

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Sunderland Nissan plant’s pledge to ‘secure future’ welcomed

Sunderland council chief Graeme Miller says it is “a vote of confidence for Wearside”.

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Covid: Bond film No Time To Die delayed for third time

The premiere of No Time To Die, Daniel Craig’s final 007 outing, is pushed back again due to Covid.

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Covid-19: Ministers to consider £500 Covid payment to boost self-isolation rates

A leaked document outlines proposals to encourage people with Covid symptoms to get tested and stay home.

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Google threatens to withdraw search engine from Australia

The tech giant says it will remove its main search function from Australia if it passes a new law.

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Beckhams pay themselves £21m despite business losses

The couple paid themselves the sum despite heavy losses at Mrs Beckham’s fashion brand.

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How Covid turbocharged the QR revolution

As a cheap and reliable way to store information, the humble QR code is finding new uses.

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Premium Bonds operator NS&I ‘must work hard to win back customers’

Its boss apologises after customers were left to wait an average of 20 minutes for calls to be answered.

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Brexit: Retailers could burn goods stuck in EU

UK retailers may abandon goods EU customers want to return because it is cheaper than bringing them home.

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Covid-19: Cancer surgery ‘cancelled for 275 people in past week’

The Royal College of Surgeons wants to get operations “back up and running” and says any help is welcome.

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How online bedtime stories keep grandparents connected

Annette keeps in touch with her two granddaughters by reading to them over video call.

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Covid: Museums and galleries ‘fighting for survival’, Art Fund says

A national charity renews its plea for donations to help museums hit by the coronavirus pandemic.

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