Alderney’s RNLI (Royal National Lifeboat Institution) came to the rescue of a dog after it plummeted off the edge of a 300ft cliff.
Shoppers were trapped in a car park for more than three hours as they attempted to leave a newly opened Ikea store.
An Aberdeen-based firm behind revolutionary technology which could make marginal oil and gas fields more viable has secured a fresh cash boost worth more than £1million.
Details of the Blade Runner sequel are hard to come by, but we finally have a sneak peek at what the film is going to look like.
The long-awaited Top Gear follow-up The Grand Tour has kicked off in South Africa.
A group of Pokemon Go players have been dubbed “heroes” by police after they helped catch burglars in Doncaster on Saturday night.
So, Theresa May will tell MPs not to gamble with the safety of British families ahead of a Commons vote on whether to renew the Trident nuclear deterrent.
Former Open champion Paul Lawrie is set to face his old foe Jean van de Velde in his annual challenge match at the Paul Lawrie Golf Centre today (1pm).
A gang of thieves targeted an 86-year-old widow shopping in a supermarket and then squandered her life savings on cars and fast food, police said.
The crowning of the this year’s Buchan Queen marked the beginning of Peterhead’s Scottish Week. Katie Woods was crowned as the queen, as the gala -in its 55th year – got underway. Do you feature in any of our photographers from the event?
Stonehaven’s Highland Games return after a two-year break was a huge success according to thousands that attended. The event, held on the Mackie Academy playing fields featured a host of traditional competitions, including highland dancing and tug o war. Photographer Chris Sumner was there to capture the event.
Thousands of people flocked to one of the North-east’s oldest shows. Around 6,000 people attended this year’s New Deer Show which, has never been cancelled or delayed in its 169-year history. Do you feature in any of our photographer’s images?
It’s been out for less than a week and Pokemon Go is already taking the world by storm. Luckily, we’ve put together the best hints and tips so you can become a master trainer. No need to thank us! //
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Jonny Benjamin remembers the first time he thought about ending his life.
A Scottish couple have been reported missing by a family member after the Nice terror attack.
A barman was just 10ft from the bloody carnage in Nice as he watched a truck driver plough through men, women and children.
Channel 4 has released an inspiring advert for the Paralympics, due to take place in Rio de Janeiro this summer.
It’s only been a few months since Wrestlemania 32 but we’re already licking our lips at the prospect of a Shaquille O’Neal v Big Show fight next April.
France has declared three days of national mourning after the terror attack in Nice in which at least 84 people were killed.
Pokemon mania has gripped Aberdeen.
The Dons are in pole position to progress to that stage for the third successive season having beaten Latvia’s FK Ventspils 3-0 at Pittodrie in the first leg of the second qualifying round. All pictures are available to buy from www.photoshopscotland.com
French president Francois Hollande has said that “France is in tears” after at least 84 people – including several children – were killed in a suspected terror attack on Bastille Day celebrations in Nice.
A kitchen fitter has netted £1 million after placing a last-minute bet on Portuguese striker Eder to open the scoring in the Euro 2016 final.
Aberdeen have confirmed the departure of Willo Flood, who has returned to Dundee United.
In news that will give non-gamers everywhere a little fist pump of satisfaction, a man fell into a pond while playing Pokemon Go at night.
North Sea workers have voted in support of strike action across eight Shell assets as a dispute over pay and conditions rumbles on.
Wood Group said it was “extremely disappointed” with the outcome of a ballot by employees working on Shell assets on whether to take strike action.
Unite members have echoed the result of RMT workers by voting in favour of strike action on Shell’s North Sea assets.