Lorry drivers heading back to France from 11pm on Sunday will no longer need to show a negative coronavirus test if they have spent less than 48 hours in the UK.
A Danish man convicted of torturing and murdering a Swedish journalist on his homemade submarine has been given a 19-month sentence for his attempt to escape from prison.
Some Scottish fishermen are now landing their catch in Denmark to avoid the “bureaucratic system” that exports to Europe now involve, the Rural Economy Secretary has claimed.
A North Sea worker has revealed how he made a “miracle” recovery in Aberdeen after his heart stopped for nearly two hours.
Aberdeen defender Andy Considine is determined to retain his Scotland spot for the World Cup qualifiers to realise his Euro 2020 finals dream.
Scotland today found out their opponents for World Cup qualifying, as they aim to build on last month's historic Euros qualification by reaching Qatar 2022.
Scotland have discovered their draw for the 2022 World Cup qualifiers.
Aberdeen airport bosses question new quarantine restrictions on people arriving from Germany, Denmark and Sweden
Bosses at a north-east airport have questioned a Scottish Government decision to place quarantine restrictions on people arriving from three countries.
A bottlenose dolphin linked to the Moray Firth and believed to be dead has been spotted alive near Denmark.
Police have confirmed the remains of a man reported missing from a north-east town have been found on a beach in Denmark.
Greenpeace has announced it is carrying out “peaceful protests” at Shell’s Brent field in the UK North Sea.
An airline is to make changes to one of its routes from Aberdeen after listening to feedback from its passengers.
Pipers and two Highland dancers were on the tarmac at Aberdeen today to see off the first passengers on a new route to Denmark.
Artificial intelligence is being used on emergency service calls in Denmark to help spot signs of cardiac arrest.
Two North-east brothers whose toy pirate ship sailed from Scotland to Scandinavia are hoping it will reach the Caribbean after being launched off Africa with the help of a tall ship.
A toy pirate ship sent out to sea by two North-east brothers has travelled hundreds of miles from Scotland to Scandinavia.
A Mearns maritime tragedy that saw a lifeboat crew battle to save Norwegian sailors will be remembered this week.