Temperatures in the mid-teens will bring a mild end to a week that saw parts of the UK blanketed in snow, forecasters said.
Thousands of revellers, including many from China, celebrated Chinese new year in central London despite worries about coronavirus spreading to the UK.
Toy giant Mattel is launching new building block sets made from renewably-sourced plastics as part of a new sustainability push.
Radzi Chinyanganya said Dancing On Ice had been “a genuine joy” as he was eliminated from the competition.
The 1975 will perform at a concert billed as “the greenest show Finsbury Park has ever seen”.
Joe Swash will skate with Alex Murphy on Dancing On Ice this weekend after his usual partner, Alexandra Schauman, injured herself in a “freak fall”.
Caprice has returned to Dancing On Ice with a new partner after she and Hamish Gaman “parted ways”.
Lender Amigo has put itself up for sale and launched a strategic review after losing more than 75% of its share value since June.
A large crowd took to the streets of London on Sunday morning for the colourful parade that ushers in the Chinese new year.
Swiss train manufacturer Stadler has beaten rivals including Hitachi to win a £362 million deal to supply new trains for the Tyne and Wear Metro.
The Duchess of Cambridge has arrived at a London nursery and pre-school to highlight her online survey about the early years development of children.
The Prince of Wales has praised Israel’s technological prowess, joking that the nation’s inventions underpin the NHS.
Mats Wilander has backed Nick Kyrgios to win multiple grand slam titles ahead of his Australian Open clash with Rafael Nadal.
The Chinese president has described the accelerating spread of coronavirus as a grave situation, as cities from the outbreak’s epicentre in central China to Hong Kong scramble to contain an illness that has infected more than 1,200 people and killed 41.
The coronavirus outbreak has accelerated its spread in China with 56 deaths so far.
Auschwitz survivors still have blue tattoos still imprinted on their arms, lifelong evidence of their suffering and loss – one of many ways they continue to warn new generations.
Andrew “Freddie” Flintoff is visibly terrified before bungee jumping from a great height in a car in the first episode of the new series of Top Gear.
Nigel Sears joked he will not be seeking advice from son-in-law Andy Murray if his charge, Anett Kontaveit, makes it to the Australian Open final.
The brother of rapper Nicki Minaj has been sentenced to 25 years to life in prison for sexually assaulting an 11-year-old girl at his home.
The Queen is known for her strong constitution and no fuss approach to her infrequent illnesses.
An account of a Polish underground operative who infiltrated Auschwitz and spread news of the Holocaust to the Allies has been named the 2019 Costa Book of the Year.
Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers has allayed fears over striker Jamie Vardy’s injury sustained in City’s 4-1 thumping of West Ham at the King Power Stadium.
Ben Stokes is the latest sports star to have been caught using foul language during a live event.
The FTSE 100 continued its rebound as the major European markets all shook off fears over the coronavirus.
Giannis Antetokounmpo celebrated the NBA’s first regular season game in France with 30 points and 12 rebounds to lead the Milwaukee Bucks to a 116-103 victory over the Charlotte Hornets on Friday night.
Devante Rodney scored twice as FC Halifax consolidated their place in the National League play-offs with a 4-2 victory over Dover.
Harvey Weinstein arrived at court to face the biggest trial of the #MeToo era, with opening statements soon to start in the rape case seen as a symbol of a global reckoning with sexual misconduct by powerful men.
Fernandinho has signed a one-year contract extension with Manchester City, the Premier League champions have announced.
Survivors of the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp gathered on Monday for commemorations marking the 75th anniversary of its liberation.
Second-half goals from Grant Hanley and Josip Drmic sent Norwich into the FA Cup fifth round for the first time in eight years with a 2-1 win at Burnley.
More than 200 Holocaust survivors have returned to Auschwitz to mark 75 years since the Nazi death camp was liberated.
Nick Kyrgios apologised for being “a bit of a d***head” after pulling himself out of a dark place to defeat Gilles Simon and move into the third round of the Australian Open.