A senior police leader has said it has become “almost like a hobby” to video attacks on officers after four people were arrested over an assault in east London.
Police officers who stopped to help an apparent assault victim were set upon in a “sickening, shocking and disgraceful attack” which has been condemned by the Home Secretary and police chiefs.
More than 700 assaults were recorded within the Aberdeen City Council’s children’s and family services department in the last year alone.
Nearly 30% of teachers in Aberdeen have been assaulted by pupils in the last year, new figures have revealed.
Almost 450 assaults have been made against police officers and staff in the north-east since 2013, new figures have revealed.
New figures have shown more than 2,800 attacks were made against north-east council staff in the past six years.
An Aberdeen woman is to stand trial charged with attacking an eight-month old baby.
The number of recorded assaults on local authority workers across the North-east has almost tripled in two years.
More than 1,400 assaults have been made on North-east teachers in the last three years.
Pens, plastic bottles, chairs, lighters, a cup of tea, a pool ball and bodily waste are just some of the items that were used to assault staff at North-east prisons.
When terrorist attacks happen on European soil, they feel close to home. They are physically closer after all.
Islamic State has claimed responsibility for terrorist attacks in Brussels that left at least 34 dead and nearly 200 people injured.
Facebook have this morning turned on their Safety Check feature following the terrorist attacks in Brussels.
Police numbers have been stepped up at key locations around the UK in the wake of the Brussels attacks.
We spoke to Paris-born journalist Jenny Ben Brahim, a former Robert Gordon's College and University student, who now lives in works in the city. Here, in her own words, she tells us what it has been like in Paris since last Friday's terror attacks.
We will be live blogging what is likely to be a poignant meeting between the English and French football teams at Wembley tonight.
Some of the world’s most famous buildings went dark in tribute to those killed in the Paris terror attacks, while others were lit in blue, white and red in solidarity with France.
Follow this live blog for all the latest news and reaction following Friday nights's terrorist attacks in Paris.
Here is an overview of what we know so far about yesterday's attacks in Paris:
Around 120 people are believed to have been killed in the Paris terror attacks.
People concerned about loved ones in Paris can contact the Foreign Office in London on 020 7008 0000.
ABERDEEN'S City Wardens have been subject to nearly 100 reported attacks over the last three years, the Evening Express can reveal today.