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People in the north-east have until Monday to comment on plans to create a "missing" cycle link.
Huskies and sledders have gathered in the Scottish Highlands to prepare for the UK’s biggest sled dog rally, organised by the Siberian Husky Club of Great Britain (SHCGB).
The Met Office have released their 10-day trend, which looks at the expected weather from now, through the weekend and into next week.
A woman who died in a house fire in Perthshire has been named by police.
A Scottish Government minister has held a "positive meeting" with management at a closure-threatened Aberdeen paper mill.
Justice Secretary Humza Yousaf has faced calls to permanently rule out plans to merge Police Scotland and the British Transport Police north of the border.
Wildlife lovers in a Massachusetts town have been asked to stop feeding peanut butter and jelly sandwiches to seals.
An online tool designed to combat fake news, used by Microsoft’s Edge web browser, is warning users not to trust the Mail Online website.
Knife crime on Britain’s rail network has more than tripled in the past three years, police figures suggest.
The Prime Minister has told the Commons she knows what it is like to have a cervical smear test.
The Scottish Government will double the cash it gives to a charity that helps those struggling to pay for food in the run-up to Brexit.
People in Northern Ireland who identify as Irish could become “second-class citizens” post-Brexit, human rights groups have claimed.
One of Northern Ireland’s leading peace-building charities has queried how the Government will distribute funding if it leaves Europe with no deal.
Robots are being put to good use at a university in America – delivering coffee and pizza to the students.
Investment firm AJ Bell revealed that turbulent markets took a toll on assets under administration in its first update since it floated last year.
Jurors have examined an Audi convertible where a toddler was allegedly crushed to death by a car seat.
Lawyers for Julian Assange are taking action aimed at making President Donald Trump’s administration reveal charges “secretly filed” against the WikiLeaks founder.
A man is due to appear in court over an alleged serious incident in Inverness.
North-east charities are being urged to register for a famous fundraising 10k road run.
A Labour MP said she has been threatened with being “gunned down” on the day a top Metropolitan Police officer warned about a “creeping rise” in far-right extremism as a result of Brexit.
A giant artwork from graffiti artist Banksy’s Dismaland exhibition is to go on display in the town where the pop-up “bemusement park” was held.
Transport Secretary Michael Matheson has said Aberdeen Roads Limited (ARL), contractors for the project, have been cautioned against “cutting corners” in order to get the route open in time for January.
The deaths of up to 250 patients who died following heart surgery at an NHS hospital are to be reviewed.
Theresa May has said the “last thing” the country wants is a second “divisive” referendum on Scottish independence.
Nationalised data from controversial tests for primary one pupils could be “invalidated” by the way they are carried out, an academic has warned.
Fianna Fail’s parliamentary party “fully endorsed” the plan for a partnership with the SDLP at a private meeting on Tuesday night.
Scotland is “punching above its weight” in the science and research sector, according to a new report.
Theresa May claimed Jeremy Corbyn “hasn’t got a clue” over Brexit as she was pushed to reveal which red lines she will abandon to secure a deal.
Luxury fashion brand Burberry has warned it could face tens of millions of pounds in extra tariff costs if the UK crashes out of the EU without a deal.
The speed and scale of Brexit preparations by Scottish councils is increasing the risk of errors, Cosla’s president has warned.