The military have taken a pivotal role in the funeral for the Duke of Edinburgh, who had a distinguished career in the Royal Navy.
Windsor was centre stage as the nation prepared to say goodbye to the Duke of Edinburgh on the day of his funeral.
Helen McCrory has died from cancer aged 52, her husband Damian Lewis has said.
People queued for an early-morning shopping fix as non-essential stores reopened in the latest relaxation of England’s coronavirus lockdown regulations.
Gun salutes have been fired across the UK, in Gibraltar and at sea to mark the death of the Duke of Edinburgh, as wellwishers continued to leave floral tributes at royal houses including Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle.
The Duke of Edinburgh’s death at the age of 99 quickly prompted public tributes – even if large gatherings were prevented by coronavirus restrictions.
What a difference a day makes.
Britons enjoyed the sunshine on Sunday, when temperatures were set to hit the late teens in southern areas. But forecasters warned the mercury could drop by as much as 10C going into Easter Monday.
Residents in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire have flocked to beauty spots across the region today to enjoy the warm spring sunshine.
Christians are marking Good Friday this year amid signs the coronavirus crisis is winding down, with some religious sites open to limited numbers of faithful but none of the mass pilgrimages usually seen in the Holy Week leading up to Easter.
People were out and about making the most of the sunny conditions again on Wednesday as parts of the UK saw temperatures hit almost 24C (75.2F).
It’s officially British Summer Time – and it seems the weather has shifted up a gear to mark the occasion.
People in England have started to make the most of the relaxation of England’s coronavirus regulations.
Outdoor sport facilities reopened on Monday morning as part of the Government’s easing of lockdown restrictions. Here, the PA news agency looks at the day’s best pictures as outdoor activities resumed.
It is a year since the UK went into lockdown for the first time due to coronavirus. Here is a series of composite photographs showing locations across the country the day after lockdown was announced in March 2020 and on the one-year anniversary of the announcement.
People around the UK have been marking one year since the first coronavirus lockdown was announced.
Tuesday marks a year since Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced the first UK lockdown.
A year ago, lockdown completely changed all our lives as the fight against the global coronavirus pandemic hit home.
A bookshop owner has found a way to keep people in Paris feeling plush during the depressing days of the coronavirus pandemic – giant teddy bears.
Saturday heralded the spring equinox – the first day of astronomical spring when day and night are almost exactly the same length.
Hardy souls were up bright and early on Saturday morning, taking to the waves as spring officially arrived. Bodyboarders, swimmers and walkers took in the stunning sunrise at Boscombe beach in Dorset. The spring equinox marks the first day of astronomical spring when day and night are almost exactly the same length.
This week’s Aberdonian has taken a look back at archive images of some of the many squash tournaments and teams the north-east has seen over the last decades.
Ireland is marking its second St Patrick’s Day of the coronavirus era with events scaled back in light to the threat to public health.
Millions of pupils in England have returned to school for the first time in two months as part of the first stage of lockdown easing.
This week’s Aberdonian is celebrating International Women’s Day which takes place on Monday March 8.
This week’s Aberdonian has taken a look back at archive images of the Lyric Music Society.
Sunshine, blossom and glorious floral displays made for a colourful first day of meteorological spring. Here is a snapshot of spring in the air.
Veteran fundraiser Captain Sir Tom Moore has been laid to rest in a ceremony at Bedford Crematorium. Sir Tom, who died at the age of 100, won the hearts of the nation after he raised more than £32 million for the NHS by walking laps of his garden during the first coronavirus lockdown.
Bad weather has forced filming of the new Jon S Baird movie to stop for the day.