The total number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the UK climbed to 19 on Friday.
A number of schools across the country will continue deep-cleaning over the weekend, as authorities fight the spread of coronavirus.
A heart failure patient has become the first person in the world to be fitted with a new heart implant that can communicate with doctors on a smartphone, an NHS trust said.
The UK’s leading index of companies has seen its sharpest weekly fall since the middle of the financial crisis as markets lost 3.2% on Friday.
What are they?
Look at the roads today and you’ll soon notice the influx of high-riding crossovers in the UK. Mainstream manufacturers would struggle to survive without them, and for some, they’re now the bread and butter of their line-ups.
Government plans to increase legal aid fees for criminal lawyers have been branded “woefully inadequate” by campaigners, who described the funding as nowhere near enough to tackle a “deepening crisis”.
The presidents of Turkey and Russia have spoken over the phone to try to defuse tensions in Syria after 33 Turkish troops were killed in a Syrian government air strike.
A rogue swan was escorted back to its pond by police after running amok on a road in north Belfast.
Everton midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin will miss Sunday’s visit of Manchester United as he faces a lengthy spell on the sidelines after knee surgery.
Loan defender Anthony Ralston drops out of the St Johnstone squad for the William Hill Scottish Cup tie against his parent club, Celtic.