The Duke of Sussex has visited a project that provides activities for children and ensures they are well fed.
Thousands of children have gone on strike from school to instead join protests calling for more global action on climate change. Youth Strike 4 Climate protests are taking place across Britain, inspired by Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg’s weekly demonstrations outside her nation’s parliament to urge leaders to tackle the issue.
Parts of Britain woke to a spectacular sunrise on Valentine’s Day while other areas were shrouded in fog. Here are some atmospheric images from around the country.
An Aberdeen museum’s recreation of a First World War trench has opened to the public. We sent one of our photographers along to the Gordon Highlanders Museum capture some from the opening weekend.
The city’s annual Chinese New Year celebration took place at Aberdeen University at the weekend. We sent one of our photographers along to capture some of the highlights from this year’s event.
An annual traditional game with a macabre beginning has once again brought the streets of Jedburgh in the Scottish Borders to a standstill.
The north-east was turned into a winter wonderland as snow hit many areas – and dozens took to an Aberdeen park to make the most of it.
The big freeze continues in Britain as temperatures dipped as low as minus 8.3C (17F) in Shap, Cumbria, on Friday night into Saturday morning. The Met Office has warned many areas on Saturday and Sunday could experience sub-zero temperatures reaching double-digits.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have enjoyed a winter wonderland walkabout in the heart of Bristol.
Large parts of the UK woke to snowy scenes after temperatures plummeted as low as minus 15.4C (4.3F) overnight. While the picturesque scenes delighted some, the snow caused traffic disruptions and left many schools closed, particularly in the south.
Crowds gathered in Shetland on Tuesday for the world-famous Up Helly Aa fire festival.
Classic car fans had the chance to see 60 pre-war vehicles put through their paces at the historic Brooklands race track and museum in Surrey.
With flurries of snow falling across parts of Britain, the freezing wintry conditions have provided some picturesque scenes.
Christians across the world have been marking Epiphany, with worshippers plunging into icy waters and parades being held in Poland and elsewhere.
We’ve gone through our archives and dug out these images of curling teams in the north-east over the past few decades.
We’ve gone through our archives and dug out these images of the north-east’s huskies taken over the past decade.
Zookeepers have begun the task of counting up how many animals live at London Zoo. The yearly stocktaking duty sees staff at ZSL London work through all the herds and packs and flocks from tigers to penguins to jellyfish.
Thousands of people gathered to watch the New Year’s Day parade through London.
People across the UK have taken the plunge for a bracing new year swim. From Scotland to Scarborough, here are some snapshots of the shivery participants.
Much of the Christian world is celebrating Christmas, with services held across the planet to mark the birth of Jesus. The tradition is celebrated by Orthodox Churches in January.
Members of the royal family traditionally exchange gifts at dinner on Christmas Eve, before attending a church service at St Mary Magdalene on the royal estate in Sandringham on Christmas Day.
We’ve gone through our archives and dug out these images of Santa’s visits to the north-east over the past few decades.
Crowds have gathered at Stonehenge in Wiltshire to watch the sun rise after the longest night of the year.
Christmas has come early for some of the animals who live at Whipsnade Zoo in Bedfordshire. The attraction near Dunstable has given tigers, monkeys and penguins some festive treats a week before Christmas Day.
We’ve gone through our archives and dug out these images of the people Christmas shopping in the north-east over the past few decades.
It was an icy start to the weekend as parts of the UK prepared to face blizzards, heavy snow and freezing rain. While amber warnings have been issued for parts of Scotland and the north of England and Midlands, many areas awoke to a frosty Friday.
Thousands of people have turned out for two rival protest marches in central London.
We’ve gone through our archives and dug out these images of the north-east’s pantomimes over the past few decades.
Crowds gathered in central London as the Trafalgar Square Christmas tree lights were switched on.
Britain’s obsession with mince pies is in full swing again with millions due to be consumed in the next four weeks.