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An Aberdeen petting zoo has been broken into several times – so teenagers could take selfies with its animals.
An overjoyed Duke and Duchess of Sussex are expecting a baby, and shared the news with the Queen and Royal Family at Princess Eugenie’s wedding.
Climate change experts are to advise the Government on eliminating carbon emissions from the economy after a “stark warning” on global warming.
The American embassy in Canberra, Australia, has apologised after the US State Department mistakenly sent an email invitation with a picture of a cat dressed in Cookie Monster pyjamas.
Irish presidential candidate Sean Gallagher said he “could not even begin to countenance” the return of a hard border on the island of Ireland post-Brexit.
A foul-mouthed Aberdeen thug threatened to kill a police officer and rape another’s wife.
GPs will be able to refer people to social activities for loneliness, Prime Minister Theresa May has confirmed.
Claire’s is considering a raft of British store closures as the troubled fashion accessories chain becomes the latest high street firm to show signs of distress.
The House of Commons has allowed a culture to develop of “deference, subservience, acquiescence and silence” in which the bullying and harassment of staff has been able to thrive, an official report has found.
More than £12,000 of funding has been handed to community groups in the north-east.
With the news that Harry and Meghan are expecting their first child, the Queen will soon be welcoming her eighth great-grandchild. Royal pregnancies have attracted attention across the years as the mothers to be continued in their public duties until their maternity leave started.
Celebrities, politicians and other public figures have reacted with joy to the announcement from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex that they are expecting a baby.
Edinburgh Airport has recorded its busiest-ever September.
The news that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are expecting a baby in spring 2019 prompted a spike in conversation on social media, with #RoyalBaby soon becoming the top trend on Twitter.
Turkey has said an “inspection” of the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul is expected to take place late on Monday afternoon, nearly two weeks after Jamal Khashoggi disappeared there.
A police officer has denied conspiracy to commit misconduct in a public office after being accused of making inappropriate sexual remarks to a complainant.
The Bank of England could force board-level bank bosses to manage climate change risks as part of new rules being floated by its regulatory arm.
Plans to turn a former Aberdeen building society branch into flats have been withdrawn.
Punters are rushing to bet on what the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will call their baby.
A prominent ally of Chancellor Angela Merkel has dismissed speculation over his future and insisted he will work to keep supporting the German leader’s national government.
JustGiving is scrapping a controversial 5% fee for donations – making it easier for people and communities to reach targets for the sums they need to raise.
Fracking protesters have said their fight has just “got serious” as the controversial process is due to get under way in Lancashire.
A dog walker was injured in a targeted attack by a gang of youths in West Lothian.
The value of Atlantic salmon rose to over £1 billion last year, according to new figures.
The former chief constable of Police Scotland, who quit amid bullying claims, has reportedly been given a new role inspecting forces in England and Wales.
It took rescuers two days to recover the battered bodies of nine climbers, including one of the world’s best, who died in Nepal’s worst mountaineering disaster in recent years, authorities have said.
CYBG has formally completed its £1.7 billion takeover of Virgin Money, marking one of the first major banking deals since the financial crisis.
Willie Miller: Still time for Gascoigne to cure pain of the past and get into Scottish Football Hall of Fame
I was one of the initial inductees to the Scottish Football Hall of Fame.
A violent thug hit a man on the head with a hammer after chasing him over a “dispute” about a car he was driving.
Actor Alec Baldwin has urged voters to “overthrow” the US government led by Donald Trump at the ballot box.