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The final winners of the Pounds for Primaries competition can now be revealed.
A former home secretary has said she was left “slack-jawed” by alleged racist comments by the Duke of York.
Google’s Stadia video game streaming service is a “tantalising” idea but players should be ready for connectivity issues in the early days of the technology, an industry expert has said.
Nicola Sturgeon has branded Boris Johnson a “scaredy-cat” over his refusal to debate her, saying she would face him “any time, any place”.
The Duke of York’s role in public life has suffered further major setbacks with another multimillion-pound business cutting ties and universities reviewing their association with him.
Two prison officers responsible for guarding Jeffrey Epstein on the night he killed himself have been charged with falsifying prison records.
North-east firm helps north-east residents tackle winter ice after developer starts to charge for grit
A company has stepped in to help motorists struggling with icy conditions on a north-east street.
An Aberdeen food firm has submitted plans to transform a unit on an industrial estate.
The constituency of Stirling, which Nicola Sturgeon visited on Tuesday, is the SNP’s top target at this election.
An Aberdeen city centre road will temporarily close for two days while graduation ceremonies are held.
Flood-hit homes and businesses will be able to receive up to £5,000 to help them pay for property improvements that protect them from future flooding.
A highly decorated police officer has been found guilty of possessing an indecent video of a child but cleared of corruption.
Most people associate influencers with social media nowadays but it seems there is a different form among birds guiding the flock.
One top national security aide who listened to President Donald Trump’s July call with Ukraine’s president called it “improper” while another said it was “unusual.”
A terminally ill motor neurone disease sufferer has vowed to continue his legal fight against the “blanket ban” on assisted dying after High Court judges rejected his case.
London Metropolitan University is to review the Duke of York’s role as its patron, saying it “opposes all forms of discrimination, abuse and human trafficking”.
The Taliban said they have freed an American and an Australian hostage held since 2016 in exchange for three top Taliban figures who were released by the Kabul government and flown out of Afghanistan the previous day.
Nigel Farage has called on Leave-backing Conservative supporters to vote tactically in the General Election.
A dog named Bear has been helping to save injured koalas following devastating bushfires in Australia.
A terminally ill motor neurone disease sufferer’s bid to bring a fresh legal challenge against the “blanket ban” on assisted dying has been rejected by High Court judges.
EE has announced the expansion of its 5G network to 14 new towns and cities, including Liverpool, Glasgow and Huddersfield for the first time.
A woman who has fostered more than 250 children over five decades said the Duke of Cambridge was shocked to learn of how many children she has helped.
Israel’s prime minister travelled to the West Bank to celebrate the US’s announcement that it does not consider Israeli settlements to violate international law.
A Tory candidate says “nuisance” council house tenants should be forced to live in tents and pick vegetables for 12 hours a day as punishment.
The DUP leader has made clear her party would not support a Jeremy Corbyn-led Labour government in a hung parliament.
Boris Johnson has insisted that the chances of Britain breaking away from the EU at the end of 2020 without a trade deal in place are “absolutely zero”.
Labour has set out plans for companies that fail to tackle climate change to be delisted from the London Stock Exchange.
The Duke of York’s Newsnight interview was viewed by Buckingham Palace as a “one-off” which will never be repeated, the producer has said.
Labour’s Stella Creasy has accused the DUP of dehumanising her and making her a target for abuse.
British jazz singer Jacqui Dankworth has spoken of her pride at receiving an MBE after last being at Buckingham Palace with her father when he received a knighthood.