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Temperatures across the north-east soared as the UK experienced the hottest Easter on record.
Three people have been arrested after a man and woman were attacked in Aberdeen city centre.
The Queen has been treated to an impromptu rendition of the song Happy Birthday, following an Easter Mattins service at St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle.
Patrick Harvie has called on the Scottish Government to develop a Green New Deal policy for Scotland.
A company director is taking on a challenge to climb 50 Munros in only 150 days to support an Aberdeen children’s charity.
Pope Francis denounced the “cruel violence” of the Easter Sunday slaughter of Christians and foreigners in Sri Lanka as he celebrated the most joyful moment on the Christian liturgical calendar by lamenting the bloodshed and political violence afflicting many parts of the world.
Children as young as 11 are taking photos up teachers’ skirts, a union has claimed.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex could be set to move to Africa after the birth of their first child, with a major new international job offer, it has been reported.
Nightwatch hours at a north-east harbour have been extended.
CCTV images have been released of a man police believe could help with their investigation into a serious assault at a Glasgow nightclub on Boxing Day.
Tory and Labour politicians have underestimated the strength of feeling among Brexit voters, Nigel Farage said as the two main parties struggled to respond to the electoral threat he poses.
An investigation has been launched after a 26-year-old man was bundled into a van and assaulted before being left at the side of a road in East Kilbride.
Police investigating the cause of a large fire on Yorkshire’s famous Ilkley Moor have made arrests, indicating they are treating the blaze as deliberate.
A youth orchestra will perform at a family event as part of a dolphin festival.
An adventurous team of north-east business chiefs have returned from a gruelling 15,000-feet trek in the Andes – while raising £25,000 for a charity.
An award-winning apprentice programme has opened for applications.
A mum-of-two whose mother, father and sister have all survived cancer is getting on her bike for charity.
The landmark Free Derry Corner has been repainted to reflect revulsion felt at the killing of Lyra McKee.
Seven days after they blocked four transport locations in London, climate change protesters are still quietly occupying key sites across the capital.
A man has been arrested after three men needed hospital treatment following a brawl in Glasgow.
Hundreds of bikers have taken part in the 40th annual Easter Egg Run in Glasgow.
Not only has she become a natural in the pool, the school worker has used her new skill to help a good cause, swimming 2.5km to raise £400 for Cancer Research UK
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Britons are thought to be among those caught up in a series of explosions which ripped through churches and hotels in Sri Lanka, killing more than 200 people.
The Queen has arrived at St George’s Chapel in Windsor for an Easter Mattins service, as her 93rd birthday coincided with the most important day in the Christian calendar.
The UK is set for another glorious day of sunshine and a chance for record-breaking heat on Easter Sunday.
A Boys’ Brigade group has helped to spruce up a north-east train station.
Climate change protesters who have stopped traffic in a series of peaceful demonstrations across London will “pause” their rebellion in a bid to achieve their political aims.
Scottish singer Eddi Reader has spoken of her shock after witnessing an alleged street attack in the centre of Aberdeen.
At least 138 people were killed and hundreds more injured in near-simultaneous explosions that rocked three churches and three luxury hotels in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday.