| 24/04/2009 2:50 pm

  • Covid: No quarantine for fully jabbed US and EU travellers - Ministers hope the rule change in England, Scotland and Wales will help reunite family and friends.
  • What are the twisties in gymnastics? - US gymnast Simone Biles said she was "having a little bit of the twisties".
  • Hillsborough: Fan injured in stadium disaster dies 32 years later - Andrew Devine's family says the coroner's ruling confirms him as the 97th victim of the 1989 tragedy.
  • International cruises from England to restart - Quarantine for fully vaccinated arrivals from US and EU to UK ports also waived.
  • Dujardin bronze sets record & swimming gold for GB - Charlotte Dujardin wins dressage bronze to become the most decorated British female Olympian, as Team GB's swimmers secure gold.
  • Marble Arch Mound: 'I wouldn't pay £4 to walk up a hill' - The public reacts to London's newest tourist attraction, which is facing complaints of being incomplete.
  • Dusty Hill: ZZ Top bassist dies aged 72 - Dusty Hill played bass for the iconic US blues rock band for more than five decades.
  • Queen's lawyers secured amendment to Scottish green energy law - The legislation was changed so the monarch's private estates could not be subject to compulsory purchase orders.
  • Richer parents pressured teachers on exam grades - "Sharp-elbowed" parents have been chasing better grades in this year's replacement exams, says study.
  • Victoria Hall: Man arrested in 1999 teen murder case - Victoria Hall, 17, was abducted on her way home from a Suffolk nightclub more than 20 years ago.
  • Extinction Rebellion: Paralympian James Brown guilty over plane stunt - Former Paralympian James Brown glued himself to an aircraft in an Extinction Rebellion protest.
  • Two women struck by lightning at Snowdon summit - Rescuers said the pair were "very lucky" to be alive after being hit by a lightning on Snowdon.
  • Activision Blizzard staff walk out over harassment claims - Employees of the company behind Call of Duty are angry over allegations of sexism and harassment.
  • Tidal turbine in Orkney starts generating power - The device, anchored in waters off Orkney, is now connected to the grid.
  • Aerial dancers enjoy striking Honister sunrise performance - Three aerial dancers suspend themselves from 1,000ft (305m) up for a routine in the Lake District.
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