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Detectives investigating the death of a young woman whose body was found in woodland have been given more time to question a teenager arrested on suspicion of her murder.
Marks & Spencer’s chief financial officer has quit weeks after it was announced the firm would drop out of the FTSE 100 for the first time.
The Duchess of Sussex is expected to begin her visit to Africa by adding her voice to the thousands who have spoken out about the rising violence against women in South Africa.
Thousands of people have marched through Edinburgh in support of the UK remaining in the European Union.
A father who confronted Boris Johnson over the state of the NHS when the Prime Minister made a visit to a hospital has said that his daughter is doing better.
Brits are enjoying the last rays of summer sun before the remains of hurricane Humberto arrive on Monday bringing wet and windy weather.
US president Donald Trump urged the new leader of Ukraine to investigate the son of former vice president Joe Biden this summer, according to reports.
The Government is being urged to step in to help save tour operator Thomas Cook from going out of business.
Labour could go into a general election without a clear position on whether it would support remaining in the European Union in the promised referendum.
US congressman Joe Kennedy III has announced he is running for the senate.
NHS hospitals are stepping back in time with vintage makeovers to help dementia patients cope with stress and anxiety.
Paris police have used tear gas to disperse anti-government demonstrators trying to revive the yellow vest movement in France.
A 97-year-old Second World War veteran who parachuted out over the Dutch city he was captured in 75 years ago has been congratulated by the Prince of Wales.
Jeremy Corbyn’s attempts to portray Labour as a united government-in-waiting have been blown off course by a bitter civil war over the role of his deputy leader Tom Watson.
Holidaymakers were caught in huge tailbacks at the Port of Dover on Saturday after Extinction Rebellion protesters imposed a “blockade” amid a heavy police presence.
More than 1,000 children were linked to “county lines” drug dealing over three week-long crackdowns on the crime.
Community leaders have spoken of their shock after a masked raider attempted to rob an Aberdeen shop.
Protesters have burned a Chinese flag and police fired pepper spray during a march in Hong Kong in renewed clashes over anti-government grievances.
A FERRY operator serving the north-east has been awarded preferred bidder status to continue its service.
Around 150 children in the north-east have benefitted from a campaign aimed at providing them with new shoes.
Deputy Labour leader Tom Watson has survived an attempt to oust him but his post will be reviewed.
Hundreds of people have attended a protest in Aberdeen as part of a global climate change campaign.
A criminal claimed he was looking for his dog at the time he broke into a house and attempted to rob two men at knifepoint.
Extinction Rebellion protesters have occupied one side of a dual carriageway in an attempt to “blockade” the Port of Dover.
Huge sections of “prime agricultural land” in the north-east will be affected by one of Transport Scotland’s proposed A96 dualling routes, said a campaign group.
A NEW programme has been created exploring how the energy industry is adapting to some of the biggest challenges of the 21st Century.
Plans have been lodged to build a caravan site for seasonal workers at a north-east farm.
Brian Maule, 44, lunged at one officer and also kicked her on the body, and spat at another officer attending an address on Seaton Place East, Aberdeen, over a noise complaint on May 4.
A north-east charity is holding a unique bingo event to celebrate its birthday.
A decision to scrap plans to introduce late night bin collections in Aberdeen has been hailed as a “victory for common sense”.