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Christian Eriksen: Denmark player 'awake and stable' after collapsing and receiving CPR during Euro 2020 game
Denmark's Christian Eriksen is awake and stable in hospital after being given CPR following his collapse during a Euro 2020 game.
COVID-19: Less optimistic Boris Johnson hints he will delay 21 June unlocking due to impact of Delta variant
Boris Johnson has admitted he is less optimistic about the easing of lockdown restrictions than he was last month and offered a strong hint he will delay the 21 June reopening.
G7 summit: Sir David Attenborough to tell G7 leaders they face biggest climate change decisions 'in human history'
Sir David Attenborough will warn G7 leaders the decisions they make this decade are "the most important in human history" as he urges them to take action on climate change.
Anonymous bidder pays £19.8m to fly into space with Amazon founder Jeff Bezos on his Blue Origin rocket
A trip into space with Amazon founder Jeff Bezos has sold for $28million (£19.8m) at auction.
G7 summit: World leaders discuss COVID origins - as WHO keeps Wuhan lab leak theory 'open'
G7 leaders have discussed the origins of the coronavirus outbreak as the World Health Organisation confirmed all hypotheses continue to be considered - including the Wuhan lab leak theory.
Ireland urges Boris Johnson to 'very seriously consider' option to resolve Brexit Protocol tension
Ireland's Prime Minister, Taoiseach Micheál Martin, has told Sky News there is "a route" to resolving tensions over the Brexit Protocol following US President Joe Biden's intervention.
Brexit: Boris Johnson repeats threat to suspend Northern Ireland Protocol amid sausage trade row
Boris Johnson has vowed to "do whatever it takes" as he repeated his threat to suspend Brexit agreements with the EU over Northern Ireland.
Brazil's Jair Bolsonaro fined for not wearing mask at Sao Paulo bikers' rally
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has been fined for not wearing a mask as he joined thousands of motorcyclists at a rally in Sao Paulo.
Suntastic! Parts of the UK on course for hottest day of the year
Sun hats and sun cream at the ready - today could be the hottest day of the year so far.
PM's decision to whip up Northern Ireland rhetoric perhaps sign of further discord to come
The sun finally shone on St Ives on Saturday on the second day of the G7 summit.
- Change of venue for Covid-19 vaccination programme in Stonehaven
- Former Dons defender among those recognised in Queen's birthday honours
- Aberdeen city centre masterplan: public get chance to have their say
- 'We aren't causing an undue fuss': NHS Grampian warning over rising case numbers