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The British power grid has seen a new record of more than three days without coal, smashing the previous record just days after it was set, National Grid has said.
US President Donald Trump has said North Korea wants to hold a high-stakes meeting “as soon as possible” as he praised Kim Jong Un as “very open” and “very honourable”.
A transgender beautician has been locked up for attacking a constable weeks after she avoided jail for pushing an off-duty police officer onto the Tube track.
The floral smocked dress worn by Princess Charlotte as she went to meet her new baby brother has sold out online.
A woman is going viral for the cutest reason possible after she gave the ducklings in her local park hilarious names.
Police have confirmed a missing a missing North-east teenager has been found safe and well. Lee McPhee, 14, was reported missing from his home in Keith. Police have thanked members of the public for their assistance.
A 25-year-old who allegedly ploughed a van into people on a crowded Toronto pavement has been ordered to be held on 10 counts of murder and 13 of attempted murder.
Samuel Smith Old Brewery is being prosecuted alongside its chairman Humphrey Smith for failing to provide information to regulators.
Chinese firm Meizu has created an eye-catching way to make their headphones stand out – a light-up cable that can glow red or blue for up to five hours.
The birth of the new royal baby has been marked in the time-honoured way with a gun salute in London’s Hyde Park.
The family of a British man whose body was recovered from a river after he went missing on his brother’s stag weekend in Hamburg have described his death as a tragic accident.
Meghan Markle’s hands-on approach to her big day has been revealed by a cellist who said the actress rang and asked him to play at her wedding.
The future of the House of Lords could be in doubt as peers are “playing with fire” by trying to thwart Brexit, Jacob Rees-Mogg has warned.
Japan’s Takeda has tabled another offer for Shire ahead of a deadline to reach a deal to buy the pharmaceutical giant.
Tiny particles known as “microplastics” have been found in record levels in Arctic sea ice, raising concerns about their impact on marine life and humans, scientists said.
The next phase in a city community initiative to create a new green space in Aberdeen city centre has now started.
A police chief constable’s bid to have his gross misconduct hearing thrown out has been dismissed.
Metro Bank chairman Vernon Hill has dodged a shareholder rebellion despite investor concerns over multimillion-pound payments to his wife’s architecture firm.
A car has crashed into the side of a house in the north-east. Emergency services have been called to the scene on Burnside Road in Mintlaw following the incident. Three fire crew were sent at 3.15pm along with Police Scotland. It is understood no one was hurt in the incident.
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A man and woman have appeared in court charged in connection with a drugs recovery worth £9,000.
Praising the strength of America’s oldest alliance, US President Donald Trump welcomed French President Emmanuel Macron to the White House with a pomp-filled ceremony on the South Lawn.
Volunteers have marked Earth Day by collecting bags of rubbish from Aberdeen Beach.
A young Premier League star has admitted affray after a melee involving him, his mother and friends erupted with a separate group in a nightclub’s VIP area.
Hotels in Aberdeen had the worst occupancy rates in the UK during 2017, new figures show.
US first lady Melania Trump has been hosting her French counterpart Brigitte Macron during the first official state visit hosted by Donald Trump. But as the US president and Emmanuel Macron get down to business on trade and nuclear weapons, how does Ms Macron’s chic French style measure up against her host’s American glamour?
Business Secretary Greg Clark has waved through the sale of one Britain’s oldest engineering firms to a controversial investment group.
Demolition of a family home that helped drive a north-east soup empire has begun.
A retired Appeal Court judge is to lead a major review into how serious sexual crimes are handled by the judicial system.
The parents of a 23-month-old boy who has been at the centre of a life-support treatment battle are to again ask a High Court judge to let the youngster travel to an Italian hospital, a campaign group helping the couple says.