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Heavy rain, gales and snow could hit parts of the UK in what forecasters have said will be a “very unsettled” spell of weather this week.
Joe Biden’s dog Major has been honoured in an “indoguration” ahead of the politician’s own inauguration as US president to raise money for an animal shelter.
Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny’s arrest as he arrived in Moscow after recovering from his poisoning with a nerve agent drew criticism from Western nations and calls for his release, with Germany’s foreign minister calling it “incomprehensible”.
Businesses in Scotland have received loans from the UK Government worth more than £2.5 billion during the pandemic, the Treasury says.
Passengers arriving in the UK on Monday faced long queues as new coronavirus travel rules came into force.
Labour leadership hopeful Anas Sarwar claims he has the support of more than a quarter of the party’s councillors as nominations for the post open.
Sir Keir Starmer has called Boris Johnson “pathetic” for ordering Conservative MPs to abstain from a vote on extending a £20 weekly rise in Universal Credit, and said that “in their heart of hearts” Tories would back Labour’s move.
The inauguration of Joe Biden as the 46th president of the United States marks the opening of a new chapter in the Anglo-American relationship – raising fresh questions as to whether it remains as “special” as it once was.
An accountant who has always predicted winning big on the National Lottery is finally celebrating after scooping a £1 million prize.
Scotch whisky bosses are calling on Rishi Sunak to give the industry a boost and slash spirits duty in his March budget.
There's a new kid on the block when it comes to food trends. But the Regenuary movement promises more than a diet fad - it's a way of supporting local producers and sustainable farming. Rebecca Shearer uncovers how it works...
The minister in charge of the vaccine rollout has said the Government will seek to persuade people to have a Covid-19 jab rather than forcing them into it.
Midge Ure is heading for Aberdeen on a tour celebrating 40 years since Ultravox released two of their biggest albums.
Average savings rates have started 2021 by falling to new record lows, according to analysis.
Stellantis, the car company combining PSA Peugeot and Fiat Chrysler, was launched on the Milan and Paris stock exchanges, giving life to the fourth-largest car company in the world.
Lockdown restrictions could be lifted from early March, with a return to the tier system for controlling Covid-19, the vaccines minister has said.
The Government has pledged to “intensify” engagement with victims’ groups in addressing the legacy of the Northern Ireland conflict.
A top NHS official has assured the public that mass vaccination centres are “safe” as he encouraged people to take up the offer of a vaccine.
A new award has been created at Aberdeen University to honour the legacy of a student who took her own life following an abusive relationship.
Coronavirus vaccines are now being offered to millions of the most vulnerable people across the country.
Aberdeen Performing Arts (APA) has secured more Scottish Government cash to support them through the pandemic.
First Minister Mark Drakeford has defended the slower rollout of the vaccination programme in Wales – saying the Pfizer vaccine could not be used all at once.
Serial killer Dennis Nilsen, who killed more than a dozen young men in the 1970s and 1980s, has confessed to more murders from “beyond the grave”.
Nearly two-fifths (38%) of people who have been furloughed at some point during the coronavirus pandemic have made changes to their retirement plans, a survey has found.
A goat and a dog who were each elected mayor have helped raise money to renovate a community playground in Vermont, US.
Passengers arriving to the UK on the first morning new quarantine rules came into force faced queues of more than an hour as official checks were made at the border.
China’s economy grew 2.3% in 2020 as a recovery from the coronavirus pandemic accelerated while the United States, Europe and Japan struggled with disease flare-ups.
Plans to install an automatic gated system at an Aberdeen school have been lodged - amid safety and security concerns.
A north-east out-of-school club has been praised by inspectors for its approach to Covid-19 safety.
Manchester-headquartered Begbies Traynor has splashed out nearly £21 million on a new insolvency company, adding its first offshore offices.