Kate Bush in line for Q awards

Comeback queen Kate Bush is up for a pair of prizes at the annual Q Awards on the strength of her stage return after 35 years.

22 Oct 2014 3.48am

Final Bellingham interview screened

The late Lynda Bellingham poignantly described the details of the Christmas she would never see during her final TV interview which will be screened ...

22 Oct 2014 2.47am

Junior Bake Off nominated for Bafta

A spin-off version of The Great British Bake Off, designed for the youngest of cake makers, is in the running for a children's Bafta.

21 Oct 2014 4.03pm

Parties begin devolution talks

All-party talks aimed at reaching agreement on what new powers should be devolved to Scotland in the wake of the independence referendum get under ...

22 Oct 2014 3.47am

Average monthly rent falls to £536

Rents in Scotland fell by 0.2% in September, the first monthly drop in three months, according to a new report.

22 Oct 2014 12.48am

Concern over Traveller healthcare

An influential committee of parliamentarians has said the standard of healthcare for Travellers is unacceptable and called on local authorities in ...

22 Oct 2014 12.48am

Good weather hits retail sales

Scotland's high streets returned their weakest sales figures in more than 15 years in September as good weather and the massive interest in the ...

22 Oct 2014 12.48am

Assisted suicide laws 'unnecessary'

Proposals to legalise assisted suicide are "u nnecessary, unethical and uncontrollable", according to campaigners opposed to the move.

22 Oct 2014 12.48am

Tories forfeit 'Borodin donation'

The Conservative Party has forfeited a £28,000 donation made by a company reportedly linked to a Russian banker after the Electoral Commission found ...

22 Oct 2014 2.47am

Father of IS hostage dies

The father of an Islamic State hostage has died, days after making an emotional plea for his son to be released, his family said.

22 Oct 2014 2.47am

Singapore president to meet Cameron

Singapore's president Tony Tan Keng Yam will meet David Cameron as his four-day trip to the UK continues.

22 Oct 2014 2.47am

Energy complaints 'could be higher'

Unresolved complaints about energy suppliers could be five times higher than official figures suggest - leaving up to half a million households and ...

22 Oct 2014 2.47am

Watchdog to curb bogus charities

A charity watchdog is being promised tougher powers and an extra £8 million in an effort to put the squeeze on bogus good causes which divert cash ...

22 Oct 2014 2.47am

Shake-up as McDonald's sales slide

McDonald's chief executive has admitted the fast food chain has not been keeping up with the times and changes are in store for its US restaurants.

22 Oct 2014 4.47am

Toys R Us pulls Breaking Bad dolls

Toys R Us has scrapped its four collectible dolls based on the characters of the hit TV series Breaking Bad after a campaign by a US mother.

22 Oct 2014 2.05am

Indiana killer's attacks on women

The violent past of a man who has admitted killing seven women in Indiana has emerged.

22 Oct 2014 3.48am

Watergate editor Ben Bradlee dies

Ben Bradlee, the hard-charging editor who guided The Washington Post through its Pulitzer Prize-winning coverage of the Watergate scandal and ...

22 Oct 2014 2.48am

Apple issues iCloud security alert

Apple has posted a new security warning for users of its iCloud online storage service amid reports of a determined effort to steal passwords and ...

22 Oct 2014 2.48am