Hollywood's first black Actor Sidney Poitier dies aged 94, say senior Bahamas officials. Deputy Prime Minister Chester Cooper made the announcement on Facebook, without mentioning the cause of death. The news was also confirmed by an official from the Bahamian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. "We have lost an icon, a...
Aston Villa have agreed on a loan deal for Barcelona's Philippe Coutinho transfer to the midlands. The former Red will be reunited with his former captain, who, this time, will manage him instead of captaining him. Having played with Coutinho and almost having won the title, Gerrard will know how...
Britain's political and social divisions have been clearly reflected in the reaction to the verdict in the so-called Colston 4 trial.
Files leaked to The Guardian appear to suggest that Conservative peer Michelle Mone and her husband were “secretly” involved in a PPE business.
Metro focuses on Novak Djokovic’s situation in Melbourne. The paper says the tennis star is being kept with asylum seekers in conditions.
The Independent reports the PM is facing fresh sleaze allegations after appearing to back a plan for a new “Great Exhibition” put forward by the Tory donor who funded his luxury flat decorations.
The Daily Express says over-65s could see their fuel bills rise by £340 a year, according to new analysis.
Prince Andrew is trying to force the sale of a Swiss chalet to cover legal bills, according to the Daily Mirror.
An online troll who threatened Piers Morgan and his son has been arrested, The Sun reports.
Wales Online says Sports fans will remain shut out from professional matches and events in Wales for at least another week as part of the Welsh Government's Covid regulations.
Irish Mirror says Ireland's record Lotto jackpot has been tantalisingly out of reach for months - and on Wednesday night it rolled over yet again.
The Guardian says Massive coordinated sanctions threatened against Russia if it launches military action against Ukraine.
The Independent says Dominic Raab's department wasted a "staggering" £28m last year, according to new figures.
The Metro says Julia Fox has detailed her dates with Kanye West as the pair confirm their romance and, we have to say, it’s truly a thing to behold.
The Independent says Paris Jackson wants to join the Marvel Cinematic Universe – and she doesn’t mind if she plays a hero or villain.
The Guardian says A juror who sat at the trial of Ghislaine Maxwell last month and has now told reporters he was sexually abused as a child has retained a lawyer, the trial judge said on Thursday.
The Metro says Kieran Trippier says he didn’t have to think twice about leaving Atletico Madrid for Premier League relegation-battlers Newcastle United.
The Guardian says Kazakhstan’s president, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, has claimed constitutional order has mostly been restored.
The Independent says Novak Djokovic’s mother said he was being held “like a prisoner” at a “dirty” state-run quarantine hotel in Melbourne.
The Metro says hundreds of troops are being drafted into London hospitals to replace staff isolating with Omicron as the NHS grapples with critical workforce shortages.
Today's news summary: Friday's front pages feature a mixed bag of ongoing news stories.
The Guardian says Boris Johnson has been accused of corruption after it emerged that he sought funds for his flat refurbishment.
The Independent says A body pulled from the River Thames in London has been identified as missing student Harvey Parker, police have confirmed.
The Metro says fresh violence and looting erupted in Kazakhstan on Thursday, as it emerged that two police officers had been beheaded in an escalating revolt.
France24 says two journalists in Haiti were killed Thursday by a gang operating on the outskirts of the capital Port-au-Prince.
TRT World says the eastern United States, from Tennessee to New York, faces stronger winds and heavier snow overnight.
VOA says Joe Biden made an appeal to Americans and defended the values of democracy on the first anniversary on the Capitol attack.
Sky Sports says Novak Djokovic is making a "big mistake" if he is not getting vaccinated against Covid-19, according to his former coach Boris Becker.
Germans are less worried about the omicron variant than the delta variant and the majority of people in Germany approve of the government's stricter rules.
Italy will impose mandatory vaccinations for Covid on everyone over 50 years of age, the Italian government has announced on Wednesday.
Warsaw is to receive Europe’s largest network of air-quality sensors, after a deal signed between the capital’s city hall and Kraków air-quality analysis company Airly.