The man at the centre of a sex abuse and financial crimes scandal that led to the deferral of this year’s Nobel Literature Prize has gone on trial in Sweden.
Four men who admitted being involved in supplying more than £1.72 million worth of drugs have been jailed.
Footballers from the University of Dundee escaped serious injury after a tree fell on their bus en route to a game.
Lady Gabriella Windsor, a relative of the Queen, is to marry boyfriend Tom Kingston, Buckingham Palace has announced.
Theresa May has been told her Brexit plans need to be “reworked” as time runs out to reach a deal with the European Union.
A former security aide of French President Emmanuel Macron who was videotaped beating a protester has apologised for insulting a senate commission.
There's less than two weeks left until Inverurie’s very own festival of great beer, cider, gin, prosecco and rum kicks off.
A police dog which repeatedly bit a frail pensioner in her own home had bitten 10 people, including one on the face, when it worked for another force, an inquest heard.
Standardised tests in Scotland are not being used in a way which causes concern, an educational adviser has said.
Patients’ lives will be transformed as the NHS becomes the first health service in the world to routinely offer genomic testing, the Government’s chief scientific officer has said.
Donations are being sought for a new yarn bombing project at an Aberdeen park.
A father accused of murdering his eight-year-old daughter in a knife attack appeared and sounded normal shortly before the killing, the victim’s mother has told a court.
Renault has given a glimpse into the future of delivery vehicles with its EZ-PRO concept.
More than 7,000 north-east properties are without power this afternoon.
A motorcyclist has died following a collision with a waste disposal vehicle.
The European Union has ruled that Luxembourg did not give McDonald’s a special tax deal and that the non-taxation of some of its profits did not amount to illegal state aid.
The British Film Institute and the BBC are searching for emerging filmmakers and artists to make short films to mark the 30th anniversary of the World Wide Web.
A reduction in the number of subject choices in some schools is having a significant impact on pupils’ prospects, MSPs have been told.
Yobs broke into dozens of Aberdeen schools during the summer holidays, causing more than £5,900 of damage.
Gusts of more than 90mph have been recorded and a cruise ship has slipped its mooring as Storm Ali continues to cause major disruption across Scotland.