● Covid: Police break up railway arch rave attended by '300 people' Organisers padlocked the door from the inside to stop officers getting in, police said.
● Covid: Birmingham student party guests 'travelled 200 miles' Some guests were found hiding in cupboards when police raided student flats in Birmingham.
● South Africa coronavirus variant: 77 cases found in UK Cases are under "very close" observation and enhanced contact tracing is under way, Matt Hancock says.
● Border poll would be 'absolutely reckless', says Arlene Foster A Sunday Times poll shows 51% of people in favour of holding a border poll in NI within five years.
● Matt Hancock says too soon to tell when lockdown rules will be eased The Health Secretary tells Andrew Marr that he doesn't know when it will be safe to lift restrictions.
● New WTA tournament before Australian Open for quarantined players The WTA has created a tournament exclusively for the players unable to leave their rooms during quarantine for the Australian Open.
● Covid: New Zealand reports first case in the community in months The woman, who recently returned from Europe, had completed two weeks in isolation.
● Dayana Yastremska has provisional ban for doping upheld by ITF Dayana Yastremska's bid to have her provisional doping suspension lifted is rejected by the International Tennis Federation (ITF).
● Covid-19: Plea for caution after jabs and a look at the post-virus economy Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Sunday morning.
● Smart motorways are dangerous, says Yorkshire police chief The claim comes after a coroner ruled two deaths on the M1 motorway were avoidable.
● NBA: Steph Curry moves to second on all-time three-pointers list, LA Lakers beat Chicago Bulls Steph Curry moves up to second on the NBA's all-time three-pointers list in the Golden State Warriors' 127-108 defeat by...
● Tory Senedd leader 'may be decided later' Paul Davies's replacement is expected in the coming days, after he quit in an alcohol row.
● Covid in Scotland: Over 70s to receive vaccine date in blue envelopes Those aged 70 to 79 have been urged to look out for the envelopes arriving in the post from Monday.
● London waiter murder: Man using cards 'critical' to inquiry Alexandre Marques, a waiter in London, was found dead on a grass verge in Luton.
● Birmingham dad and daughter have same surgery 35 years apart Richard Franklin was born with an "incredibly rare" syndrome as was daughter Robyn, born in November.
● FA Cup: Luton Town's Sonny Bradley on loss of father before Chelsea tie Luton Town captain Sonny Bradley faces Chelsea in the FA Cup fourth round on Sunday, a little over a month after the death of his father.
● Luton captain on facing Chelsea without 'number one fan' - watch live at 12:00 Luton Town captain Sonny Bradley faces Chelsea in the FA Cup fourth round on Sunday, a little over a month after the death of his father.
● Man Utd v Liverpool: Bruno Fernandes: 'No favourites' for FA Cup tie Manchester United's Bruno Fernandes tells Gary Lineker there will be "no favourites" when his team host rivals Liverpool in the FA Cup fourth...
● FA Cup: Manchester United v Liverpool gets 'The Wellerman' sea shanty treatment Nathan Evans, whose rendition of The Wellerman went viral on social media, gives the Manchester United v Liverpool FA Cup tie the sea shanty...
● Covid-19: NI testing for new coronavirus variant 'limited' The "English" variant is thought to be about 50-70% more infectious than the original Covid-19 strain.
● McGregor vs Poirier 2: Dustin Poirier shocks Conor McGregor in UFC rematch Conor McGregor is left stunned on his return to the UFC as Dustin Poirier claims victory in their rematch at UFC 257.
● China mine rescue: First survivor brought to surface, say state media A miner trapped in the collapsed Hushan mine was brought to the surface on Sunday, state media say.
● Covid: Vaccinated people may spread virus, says Van-Tam England's deputy chief medical officer urges those who have had the jab to stick to lockdown rules.
● Janice Nix: The drugs kingpin who joined the Probation Service Janice Nix used to be one of London's most notorious drug dealers. How did she turn her life around?
● In pictures: Tens of thousands gather for pro-Navalny protests Tens of thousands brave a police crackdown to show support for jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny.
● Firms planned record 800,000 redundancies last year Despite the furlough scheme, employers decided to a record number of jobs during 2020.
● The great graphics card shortage of 2020 (and 2021) Gamers have been facing inflated prices for months - and it's set to stretch into 2021.
● Tunisians question whether life is better after Arab Spring Ten years after ousting their strongman leader, some say the new system isn't working.
● The Papers: Vaccinated told to follow rules and PM's jab 'gamble' Many of Sunday's papers focus on what the Covid jab means for lockdown, case numbers and schools.
● Coronavirus: How the pandemic has changed the world economy Key maps and charts explain how the virus has impacted markets and businesses around the world.
● The homeless drug addict who became a history professor Jesse Thistle, a high school dropout, overcame addiction and homelessness to pursue an academic career.
● The paper that helped the homeless How Street News became the first newspaper sold by homeless and unemployed vendors