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A Labour candidate has invoked a famous scene from Love Actually in an appeal for votes in the General Election.
A flood alert has been issued for the north-east.
An elder from an ancient Sri Lankan tribe has visited Scotland to collect human remains that will be returned to his homeland.
A former Boston College student has pleaded not guilty to involuntary manslaughter in a case accusing her of encouraging her boyfriend to take his own life.
Three is delaying the rollout of its 5G service for an undisclosed amount of time, the network operator has announced.
Two men who high-fived each other after filming themselves raping a woman in a Soho nightclub have been jailed.
US President Donald Trump has claimed he is the reason China has not taken steps to crush pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong.
An Aberdeen foodbank is collecting Christmas donations.
Comedian Sacha Baron Cohen has labelled social media companies “the greatest propaganda machine in history”, accusing Facebook, Google and others of facilitating hate on their sites.
Donald Trump has said he does not expect to be impeached, as he claiming Democrats have “absolutely nothing” incriminating against him.
Hundreds of students have been awarded degrees at a special ceremony at Aberdeen University.
On The Beach is set to see annual sales jump as the package holiday company looks to cash in on the collapse of rival Thomas Cook.
Staff at a burning seafront hotel have been praised for their swift actions in getting everyone out quickly.
Hundreds of people braved the November chill to watch Aberdeen’s Christmas tree switch-on last night.
A baby giraffe abandoned at birth has befriended a dog after being rescued and taken to an animal orphanage in South Africa.
The Duke of York has said he is willing to help any “law enforcement agency with their investigations” into his former friend, the convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
One graduate has told how he juggled childcare responsibilities with studying for a degree.
A woman was forced to scream to scare off a man approaching her with a knife in Aberdeen city centre this morning.
Scottish superstar Lewis Capaldi is set to perform at BBC Sports Personality of the Year in Aberdeen.
Marks & Spencer has said former menswear director Richard Price will return to the business after an eight-year hiatus, to head its embattled clothing and home arm.
People without a home are being offered help in registering to vote by staff at a city centre cafe in Bristol.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn served oatcakes to his wife from a food takeaway boat and painted plates but still faced hecklers as he continued his election campaign on Friday.
Aberdeen city centre has become a winter wonderland as the Christmas village opened to the public.
As the General Election looms, so does the deadline for people to register to vote.
More than 130 women have died as a result of domestic violence so far this year in France, and activists are now plastering their names on buildings across the country to highlight their plight.
A “cold-blooded” crossbow killer who shot his heavily pregnant ex-wife in an act of revenge is facing life behind bars.
Aberdeen buskers may be banned from playing in the streets at night due to recent calls.
Nigel Farage has laid out the Brexit party’s General Election policies, promising a “political revolution”.
Nigel Farage has called for a cap on immigration as he set out the Brexit Party’s policy platform for the General Election.
A coroner has urged surgeons conducting the “Brazilian butt lift” to consider whether it is safe to continue to offer the operation following the death of a mother-of-three.