The Prince of Wales has visited his father, the Duke of Edinburgh, at King Edward VII’s hospital in London.
There were 8,433 deaths linked to coronavirus in the final full week of January, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Kristen Stewart has been pictured as Diana, Princess of Wales, for the first time ahead of a new film.
Residents said they were “left with no choice” but to flee their homes as major flooding hit parts of northwest England and Wales.
The new coronavirus strain and a rapidly rising number of infections in prisons across England and Wales is a “public health emergency unfolding before our eyes,” the shadow justice secretary has warned.
Parts of England, Wales and Scotland are facing snow and icy weather this weekend – with temperatures set to plummet as low as minus 9C – as Britain braces for a cold snap in the days ahead.
Parts of southern England and Wales could be hit by more snow later this week, as police warned people to take care due to delays on the roads.
A surgeon in Wales has warned life-saving care of non-COVID patients is under threat if critical care units continue to fill up.
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall have released a new photo to mark the festive period.
Anyone entering Greater Manchester or the West Midlands from Tier 4 areas and Wales should self-isolate for 10 days and “assume” they have the new COVID-19 variant, health officials have said.
The new strain of coronavirus in parts of England is also behind a rise in cases in Wales, the country’s health minister has told Sky News.
A strict travel ban between Scotland and the rest of the UK will be kept in place over Christmas to try to stop a new variant of coronavirus from taking root, Nicola Sturgeon has announced.
People in Wales will be ordered to limit Christmas gatherings to two households ahead of a new lockdown starting on 28 December.
Wales could go into another lockdown after Christmas if coronavirus cases do not fall, according to its first minister.
All secondary schools and colleges in Wales will move to online learning from Monday, the Welsh education minister has said.
The Pfizer/BioNTech coronavirus vaccine “cannot” be delivered to care homes in Wales at this stage, despite them being a priority group for receiving the jab.
Pubs and restaurants across Wales will be banned from selling alcohol and be forced to close at 6pm every evening.
Wales is set to come under tougher restrictions to slow the spread of COVID-19 after the ground made during its firebreak lockdown is “being eroded”, the first minister has announced.
Police in Wales have issued “suitable advice” to the producers of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! after receiving complaints about non-native insects potentially escaping.
There were 2,466 coronavirus deaths in the week up to 13 November in England and Wales.
Coronavirus was the third most common cause of death in England and Wales in October – having not been among the 10 leading causes of fatality the month before.
Police forces are to stop issuing COVID-19 “super fines” in England and Wales over concerns the £10,000 fixed penalty can be challenged in court.
Police in Wales have issued a drugs warning after a 25-year-old man died and an 18-year-old woman was left in a critical condition in hospital.
Students in Wales will not take exams for their GCSEs, AS-levels or A-levels next summer, Wales’s education minister has announced.
The Catholic Church in England and Wales prioritised its own reputation ahead of the welfare of children who made sex abuse allegations, an inquiry has found.
Wales’ first minister has said there are “tentative early positive signs” that the spread of coronavirus has slowed, as people visited non-essential shops and cafes for the first time after the country’s firebreak lockdown.
The rate of coronavirus infections across England and Wales appears to be slowing down, new data suggests.
Untreated sewage was discharged into coastal waters off England and Wales nearly 3,000 times over 12 months, an environmental campaign group has said.
In the stormy skies over Monmouth, a rainbow appeared as the Welsh first minister announced the 17-day “firebreak” lockdown would end as planned in Wales on 9 November.
Fines given to the public for breaches of coronavirus rules are on the rise in England and Wales, new data shows.