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Firefighters have been called to Oldmeldrum following reports of flames coming from a manhole cover.
A terror investigation is under way after a young man stabbed two people outside the former offices of satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris, where 12 people were killed in 2015.
Late-night drinkers and diners across the north-east have been dealing with the first curfew introduced to battle the spread of Covid-19
Here are the latest live news updates from Aberdeen and the north-east, as well as the major national and international stories breaking throughout the day.
Breonna Taylor’s family have demanded Kentucky authorities release all body camera footage, police files and the transcripts of the grand jury hearings that led to no charges against police officers over her death.
The papers are led by the death of Metropolitan Police Sergeant Matiu Ratana, who was shot by a handcuffed suspect in the early hours of Friday.
The Duke of Rothesay has been digging deep at his north-east home as part of a campaign to encourage people to learn more about plants.
Thousands of jobs are to be created after the go-ahead was given to build a new music and entertainment arena.
A federal United Kingdom could be a “constructive third way” between calls for independence and a “centralising” Westminster government, a Scottish Liberal Democrat MP has said.
The Scottish Greens have pushed for mass Covid-19 testing of up to 100,000 people every day.
Britain will have the most advanced genomic healthcare system in the world, the Government has said as it launches a new strategy to provide predictive, preventative and personalised care for patients.
More than a quarter of the UK population will be living under extra coronavirus restrictions when new measures on socialising come into force in parts of the country.
Investigations are continuing into the death of Metropolitan Police Sergeant Matiu Ratana who was shot dead by a handcuffed suspect at a south London custody suite.
Nearly a fifth (19%) of children want to be a doctor or a nurse when they grow up, a survey has found.
Adults across the UK have amassed a mountain of unused shopping vouchers during the lockdown, a survey suggests.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak should not be able to decide what is a “viable job”, Scotland’s Finance Secretary has said.
Republicans are expecting President Donald Trump to announce on Saturday that he is nominating Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court.
Julia Bryce was out and about to see what nightlife looks like on the streets of Aberdeen under the new regulations...
Sergeant Matiu Ratana was shot dead by a handcuffed suspect armed with a revolver at Croydon custody centre in the early hours of Friday.
Boris Johnson will urge world leaders to overcome their differences and unite in the battle against coronavirus as he outlines measures to prevent future pandemics.
A Ukrainian military plane carrying aviation school students has crashed and burst into flames while landing, leaving 22 people dead.
The rising Covid-19 problem at universities has been made worse by the Government’s “incompetence” over A-level results, the leader of the Liberal Democrats has said.
A double stabbing outside the former Paris offices of a satirical newspaper where dozens were killed in 2015 is an “act of Islamist terrorism”, France’s interior minister has said.
A Metropolitan Police officer shot dead inside a south London custody suite by a handcuffed suspect armed with a revolver has been named as 54-year-old Sergeant Matiu Ratana.
Tributes have been paid to Matiu Ratana, the Metropolitan Police officer fatally shot at a south London custody suite.
Towns and cities in north-west England, West Yorkshire and Wales will be the latest to face new restrictions aimed at curbing the spread of coronavirus.
Peterhead FC have started disciplinary proceedings with defender Gary MacKenzie after an incident at a north-east hotel last weekend.
Angry restaurant and bar owners have demonstrated in Marseille against a French government order to close all public venues from Saturday to tackle increasing coronavirus infections.
Police have released footage of a fatal crash caused by a “despicable” drug-driver who also used his car as a weapon to ram a lorry.
All London boroughs have been added to the Government’s list of areas of concern as coronavirus rates continue to climb across the UK.