More than 10,000 students have skipped school again in Belgium to join a march demanding better protections of the globe’s fragile climate.
Calls have been made for more trains to help north-east football fans support the national team.
A cave diver who was part of the team that rescued 12 soccer players and their coach in Thailand says the emotional toll of the rescue still affected him six months later.
Police fired tear gas and water cannons on demonstrators who congregated around the EU’s headquarters in Brussels after marching against a new United Nations migration pact.
Police and hundreds of so-called “yellow jackets” protesting against high taxes and living costs have clashed in Brussels as the movement that started in France two weeks ago gained traction in Belgium.
Renault has shown off the bespoke nature of its van conversions by crafting one for the logistics division of the Renault Sport Formula One team.
In a moment that has shocked many in the world of football, Marouane Fellaini has cut his hair.
A dead fin whale has been pulled ashore on Belgium’s North Sea coast.
After the heaviest home defeat in 45 years boss Alex McLeish remained defiant, insisting Scotland may be down – but they are not out.
World Cup bronze medalists Belgium made light work of Alex McLeish's Scotland in their friendly at Hampden, running out 4-0 winners.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes insists Graeme Shinnie has earned the opportunity to add to his Scotland cap tally against Belgium and Albania.
Belief is key for Scotland against Belgium says former star Wilson – who played in last win over Red Devils
Aberdonian Ian Wilson was in the last Scotland team to beat Belgium and believes Alex McLeish’s side are capable of pulling off a similar shock.
Having played alongside Scott McKenna for Scotland, former Don Charlie Mulgrew says he is good enough to play in the English Premier League.
Aberdeen captain Graeme Shinnie admits earning his first Scotland cap in Peru this summer was a huge weight off his shoulders.
Scotland boss Alex McLeish has named Liverpool full-back Andy Robertson as the national team’s captain ahead of Friday’s friendly with Belgium at Hampden. More to follow.
Aberdeen-raised Shaun Maloney has joined the Belgian national side's coaching team.
Aberdeen skipper Graeme Shinnie believes being involved with the national team can only help him improve even further at club level.
The opulent, exuberant nudes of Peter Paul Rubens have been evoking both shock and delight for four centuries and now, in 2018, his Baroque paintings are causing controversy on the internet.
An airline has launched new flights between Aberdeen and Belgium.
A butterfly which became extinct in England more than 40 years ago is taking to the wing in its former stronghold as part of a reintroduction project.
The Brussels ULB university honoured British director Ken Loach with a special doctorate despite veiled criticism from Belgium’s prime minister Charles Michel and outspoken rebukes from Jewish organisations about anti-Semitism allegations.
Aberdeen International Airport has landed a new route to a European city.
Aberdeen International Airport today announced a new route from the city.
Belgian police have reportedly arrested a man who tried to run over crowd of pedestrians in Antwerp. More to follow.
Belgium is famous for many things, including chocolate, Tintin and Jean-Claude Van Damme.
Islamic State has claimed responsibility for terrorist attacks in Brussels that left at least 34 dead and nearly 200 people injured.
The Brussels attacks would have taken “quite a while” to plan as they involved explosives and targeting an airport, an international security expert has said.
The hunt for the suspected mastermind of the Paris attacks took a dramatic twist when he was traced to a bolthole in the French capital - triggering a deadly police raid.