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Shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry has insisted Prime Minister Boris Johnson has “a problem with women”.
Aberdeen icon Willie Miller has welcomed the Scottish Football Association’s move towards a ban on heading in the under-12s game.
Plunging temperatures are expected across the country this weekend with the mercury predicted to dip as low as -6C (21.2F).
Police have defended their inclusion of environmental groups such as Extinction Rebellion in counter-terrorism documents, in the face of criticism it could have a “chilling effect” on people.
Councillors have been urged to reject proposals for a new 21-bed care home.
An Aberdeen man has been handed unpaid work after stealing construction equipment worth more than £4,000.
Stormont’s First Minister has called for a positive debate on the potential of raising university tuition fees in Northern Ireland.
A convicted football hooligan launched an unprovoked attack on Guardian columnist and left-wing activist Owen Jones because of his sexuality and political views, a judge has ruled.
The family of a murdered teenager have criticised the privatisation of probation services after he was beaten to death by a criminal being supervised in the community.
Work to restore an A-listed Aberdeen landmark to its former glory could begin in the summer.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy has rejected his prime minister’s offer to resign, and asked him to stay on in the job.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has said his government will provide financial support to the families of the 57 citizens and 29 permanent residents of the country who died when their plane was shot down over Iran last week.
European markets followed the gains made by their counterparts across the pond, with the FTSE 100 hitting a six-month peak, as traders cheered on data from China and a falling pound.
An inspiring fundraiser which has already raised more than £1 million for the fight against cancer will return this spring.
The family of a 17-year-old boy who was fatally stabbed in the street say they have been left heartbroken by his death.
Staff from an Aberdeen childcare centre are “amazing” and “enthusiastic”, parents have told inspectors.
Authorities in Spain’s Balearic Islands are clamping down on binge-drinking tourism in three hotspots, introducing what they claim is the first law of its kind in Europe.
A “very fat” sheep had to be rescued by fire crews after getting stuck between a compost heap and a fence.
Decisions will be made next week on how more than £300,000 of funding awarded to coastal communities in the north-east should be spent.
An Aberdeen road has been partially blocked off after a manhole collapsed last night.
A section of the A96 was shut for more than an hour after a two-vehicle crash.
US President Donald Trump’s legal team will reportedly include Ken Starr, the former independent counsel who led the Whitewater investigation into president Bill Clinton.
An Aberdeen woman has been banned from the road after being caught driving while almost five times the legal alcohol limit.
The parents of a poorly five-year-old boy are “rejoicing” after tests showed a cutting-edge cancer treatment has left him leukaemia free.
A man has denied being in possession of six different drugs as well as an air weapon without a certificate.
A section of the ancient walls around the city of Chester has collapsed after development work.
An airline passenger who caused a bomb scare on his own flight because he was running late and feared he would miss it has been jailed for 16 months.
How the Duke and Duchess of Sussex earn “clean money” and become financially independent is likely to be the most difficult element of their future plans, experts suggest.
A concert in aid of charity takes place in Aberdeen this weekend.
Model enthusiasts have gathered at Alexandra Palace for this year’s London Model Engineering Exhibition.