Vinyl sales soar past million mark

Annual sales of vinyl albums have soared past the million mark for the first time in 18 years - buoyed by veteran rock act Pink Floyd.

27 Nov 2014 10.06am

Tennis star Murray gets engaged

Tennis superstar Andy Murray has popped the question to long-time girlfriend Kim Sears.

26 Nov 2014 11.04pm

Clanger costs Hill Apprentice spot

Apprentice James Hill has been fired after a country fair task turned to mud-slinging in the boardroom.

27 Nov 2014 1.06am

Tinchy's jungle rap class for Buerk

Newsreader Michael Buerk has been given a lesson in rap by his jungle campmate, chart star Tinchy Stryder.

27 Nov 2014 1.06am

WW1 drama recounts Hearts sacrifice

The true story of how World War One ripped the heart out of one of Scotland's greatest football teams has inspired a new online BBC drama.

27 Nov 2014 1.03am

Child death probe nursery closed

A nursery has been temporarily closed after the sudden death of a 13-month-old girl.

27 Nov 2014 2.04pm

Row motorist drives car at pupils

Police are hunting the driver of a car which drove along a pavement at a group of school pupils.

27 Nov 2014 12.04pm

New powers package 'disappointing'

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said she is "disappointed" by proposals for further powers for Holyrood, describing the package recommended by the ...

27 Nov 2014 2.04pm

Trade deal 'could threaten jobs'

A controversial EU-US trade deal could have a detrimental impact on Scotland's economy, threatening jobs and undermining attempts to reduce ...

27 Nov 2014 1.04pm

Smith Commission proposals welcomed

Civic institutions, unions and business organisations have welcomed many of the recommendations for further devolution to the Scottish Parliament, ...

27 Nov 2014 12.04pm

Boris leading Far East trade visit

Boris Johnson will take part in a trade mission at the Singapore High Commissioner's residence on the first day of his business tour of the Far East.

27 Nov 2014 10.06am

Republican held in McConville probe

A well-known republican has been arrested by detectives investigating the murder of Belfast mother-of-10 Jean McConville.

27 Nov 2014 10.06am

US jets could fly from UK carrier

US jets could operate off the Royal Navy's new aircraft carrier before British planes are available for full strike operations.

27 Nov 2014 10.06am

EU presses Google to reform

European Union institutions are piling pressure on Google to change the way it operates its business and applies EU rules.

27 Nov 2014 3.06pm

Amsterdam deaths spark drug warning

Health authorities in Amsterdam are warning of dangerous drugs being sold to tourists after three British men died in the last month after snorting ...

27 Nov 2014 1.06pm

Two held under new anti-terror laws

French authorities have detained two people suspected of selling jihadi DVDs and other propaganda under new anti-terrorism laws.

27 Nov 2014 2.06pm

Red Cross seeks £1bn of donations

The International Committee of the Red Cross is asking donors for just over £1 billion next year to help people caught up in armed conflicts, its ...

27 Nov 2014 2.06pm

Global news websites stung by Syrian Electronic Army hack

HUNDREDS of global websites have been targeted by the Syrian Electronic Army.