The UK has reported another 519 coronavirus-linked deaths and 21,502 cases.
Wales come second in their Euro 2020 group and are now through to the last 16 of the competition.
Snapchat, YouTube, TikTok and Reddit are involved in a new campaign encouraging more young people to get their coronavirus jab.
Passengers who travel to work two or three days a week now have the option of a flexible monthly ticket.
Paul Harris has records that show a link to the president via recently discovered English ancestors.
Can a £30m refurbishment make up for the fact Nottingham's movie star castle is long gone?
Dan Rawlings has transformed a petrol lorry into a woodland sculpture with an environmental message.
Since receiving the world's first Covid-19 vaccine, Ms Keenan has stayed in contact with the nurse who administered it.
Caitríona Lagan is a 15-year-old All-Ireland champion musician who plays five instruments.
The coronavirus vaccine rollout, foreign travel hopes and possible pension tax changes lead Monday's papers.
Ellie's Covid vaccination appointment was 20 minutes but getting it took her virtually all day.
A proposal to approve assisted dying in Scotland will be lodged in Holyrood on Monday, in a third attempt to change the legislation.
Capacity rules in gig and comedy venues relaxed in a slight lifting on Welsh lockdown restrictions.
To lose one leader may be regarded as misfortune, to lose two looks like carelessness - I'm sure Oscar Wilde will forgive me for plagiarising him.
Anyone found sleeping overnight on Bournemouth beach risks prosecution, a £1,000 fine and an "uncomfortable night's sleep" at the hands of council wardens, the local authority has warned.
Wales demonstrate huge resolve in defeat against Italy as they clung on with 10 men to secure their place in the second round of Euro 2020.
Wales have made it through to the knockout stages of Euro 2020 despite losing 1-0 to Italy.
Police said there were no suspicious circumstances surrounding the girl's death in Largs on Saturday night.
Locals have complained that festival attendees held drag races and were abusive to shop staff.
Friends James Furlong, David Wails, and Joe Ritchie-Bennett, were killed in June last year.
A 52-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after two bodies were found at a property in Hampshire.
The burger giant's UK and Ireland boss tells the Sunday Telegraph it is becoming "harder to recruit".
Another 9,284 coronavirus cases and six more deaths have been reported in the UK, according to official daily figures.
The Irish deputy PM says for some it will "always be the wrong time" to talk about Irish unification.
Restrictions and more vaccinations will help prevent spread of the Delta variant, first minister says.
Legoland has revamped its procedures since Sebby Brett was made to get up from his wheelchair.
Robert Buckland said he was taking advice and considering the matter "very carefully".
Tottenham Hotspur's stadium has become a walk-in vaccination centre for the day.
Hundreds of people have arrived at the stones, sparking a police warning.
Police are treating the blaze at Graeme Stewart's property in Fortrose Gardens, Motherwell as suspicious.
Academy player Tomi Solomon played for Bradford City's under-13s for three years before his death.
Greater Manchester mayor Andy Burnham says Nicola Sturgeon's announcement came "out of the blue".
Matthias Poleon was leaving his home in south London when he was shot at his doorstep, police say.
A man dies in hospital after being found with serious gunshot wounds in the early hours.
Lola's owner said the pet - stolen in Cornwall - was found when police stopped a motorhome in Essex.
The UK could open up "sooner rather than later" thanks to the huge numbers of people being vaccinated - and we are not experiencing a third wave of infections, an expert has told Sky News.
The 60-year-old man was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident in Fenwick, East Ayrshire.
The Colpitts Poetry group, which brought more than 400 poets to Durham, was formed in a hotel in 1975.
Peter Capaldi says his famously abrasive character wouldn't fit into the current government landscape.
Paula Briggs died from sepsis days after being misdiagnosed with Covid-19 by doctors.
Mathew O'Toole's plea to find the woman who saved him was seen by one of her friends on Saturday.
A man searching for the "guardian angel" who saved his life when he suffered a stroke in the street has been reconnected with her.
The girl was walking with her father when the pair were reportedly hit by a car, police said.
Scotland fans travelling home from London and the impact of a rise in Covid cases make the front pages.
A six-year-old girl has died after she and her father were hit by a car as they walked together in Stoke-on-Trent.
It is thought to be the first time the native squirrel has bred in the Carnfunnock area for decades.
Rikki is scared of the dark and has separation anxiety since being returned to his owner last month.
Hardly any of the leopard coins from 1344 have survived, an expert says.
This week marks 100 years since the NI Parliament was opened by the King amid sectarian violence.
Sir Jeffrey Donaldson has made it clear he intends to lead the party from Stormont as first minister.
The world's best dad joke can be revealed after thousands of "funny" fathers battled it out in a competition that was no laughing matter.
More than 700,000 vaccine appointments were booked on the day that jabs became available to people aged 18 to 20 in England.
A 20-year-old man whose e-scooter was involved in a crash with a car has died in hospital.
Six months after Alex and Buffy moved to the Isle of Rum without visiting it, how has island life worked out?
It is now the dominant strain in the UK - but the rest of the world may well follow suit.
The proposals aim to introduce the right to an assisted death for terminally ill, mentally competent adults.
An attempt to limit any further Covid restrictions is among a range of stories on the front pages.
Labour says the justice secretary must resign if he cannot reverse low rape convictions in a year.
Dianne Gill waited 11 months to see a specialist and says she has been stripped of her independence.
Can you hug when Wales score? The Covid rules that affect the way you watch Euro 2020.