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GDP rose 0.4% in August in the first full month after all Covid restrictions were lifted in England.
The UK says current rules impose too many barriers to the sale of chilled meats and other products.
A new report says that 86% of black musicians have faced barriers because of their race.
A service supporting families in Wales saw a rise in "child on parent" domestic abuse in lockdown.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Wednesday morning.
A woman says hospital restructuring has badly affected her husband's treatment.
The woman, aged in her 50s, was taken to hospital after a car fire in County Londonderry.
PC Geoff Marshall climbed on to the damaged dam and placed hundreds of sandbags on the structure.
A mix of stories lead Wednesday's papers, including a warning over Christmas present shortages.
Kerry Roberts and Tammy Kirkwood work together to raise awareness of the consequences of MDMA.
The council had agreed the tribute would be set near newly-refurbished Provost Skene's House in Aberdeen.
Scottish TikToker Luna campaigned for the store to recall a batch of the milk which she says was "smelly".
It is alarming, say researchers, that longevity was declining in the north even before the pandemic.
Reward care workers for their skills and dedication to avoid staff shortages, report urges.
"Dementia is something you learn to live with, not just die of," - tips from, those living with the condition.
The vaccine is being offered to children aged 12 and older.
The Welsh weatherman talks about growing up as a young gay man in Ammanford, and how drumming saved him.
The former England rugby player speaks to those living with the same condition as his father.
A former pupil of an elite boarding school says he is still scarred by his experience of sexual abuse.
A record £184m Euromillions prize will be up for grabs again on Friday after no ticket won on Tuesday.