It comes as NI’s Department of Health recorded a further 1,217 cases and four more deaths with Covid-19 on Wednesday.
Hospitality businesses will be limited to takeaway and delivery services for four weeks from Friday.
Health officials had warned infections would rise further if both schools and hospitality premises remained open.
Northern Ireland’s health department has now recorded 23,115 cases…
One student said she felt it was a case of “when not if” she caught Covid.
Meanwhile, 784 students at Sheffield Hallam University had tested positive as of 11 October.
Despite the rising number of infections, face-to-face teaching at the University of Sheffield, which is currently suspended, is due to resume from Monday.
And he worked with French singer Charles Aznavour on his 1974 hit She.
Paying tribute online, fellow lyricist Sir Tim Rice described him as “a giant of his trade”, adding: “RIP Herbie.”
In his day job as a journalist, Kretzmer became senior drama critic at the Daily Express, and later wrote television criticism…
He told the newspaper that British vessels could use the tactic before then returning migrants to France.
Record numbers of migrants are continuing to make the crossing.
In the first three weeks of September, at least 1,892 migrants successfully crossed the Channel — more than in the whole of 2019.
Severna Koreja nije prikazivala balističke rakete na paradama od…
It is the country’s first parade in two years and comes just weeks ahead of the US presidential election.
North Korea had not featured ballistic missiles in its parades since President Donald Trump and Mr Kim held their first summit in 2018.
According to South Korea’s military, the parade took place…
It made the decision after Mr Trump was treated for Covid-19. The president said he would not waste his time on a move designed to “protect” his rival.
Mr Biden’s campaign said Mr Trump was trying to evade accountability on his “failures on Covid and the economy”.
However Russia’s President Vladimir Putin is backing Mr Lukashenko.
The opposition says Mr Lukashenko must quit. But he says they are Western “puppets” trying to overthrow him.
Ms Tikhanovskaya has been visiting Berlin to discuss the crisis with Chancellor Angela Merkel and other German officials.
EU sanctions now target 40 Belarus officials, but not Mr Lukashenko himself.