Apprentice James Hill has been fired after a country fair task turned to mud-slinging in the boardroom.
Newsreader Michael Buerk has been given a lesson in rap by his jungle campmate, chart star Tinchy Stryder.
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.
Tennis superstar Andy Murray has popped the question to long-time girlfriend Kim Sears.
Londoners are least likely to have drink or drug-driving convictions while a town in Wales has the worst record, according to a survey.
Renewable power has overtaken nuclear to become the main source of electricity in Scotland, figures have revealed.
Tributes have been paid to a sports broadcaster who has died aged 85.
Partnerships which bring together councils, health boards and other bodies to provide better community services are failing to achieve their full ...
A judge will rule on the High Court libel actions involving former Government chief whip Andrew Mitchell and Pc Toby Rowland.
Consumers are set to learn the extent of the food poisoning bug campylobacter among fresh shop-bought chickens in an announcement that will name ...
The computer gaming industry has been urged to promote tolerance and inclusiveness in its games in an effort to curb homophobia and bigotry.
David Cameron is facing calls to press for the ending of EU trade concessions to Sri Lanka amid the continuing refusal of the government of ...
An outspoken leader of Venezuela's opposition is being charged over what the government alleges was a US-backed plot to assassinate President Nicolas ...
President Barack Obama is defending his legal authority to take executive actions - to spare a pair of Thanksgiving turkeys.
Business owners and residents boarded up windows and cleared away debris as Ferguson sought a return to normal after two nights of unrest.
Brazil has said that deforestation in the vast Amazon rain forest has dropped 18% over the past 12 months - falling to the second-lowest level in ...