Sam Mendes’ First World War epic, 1917, has emerged as one of the big winners from this year’s Golden Globes.
Britain has enjoyed mixed fortunes at the Golden Globes in recent years.
Olivia Newton-John has told of her pride in her British ancestry as she is made a dame in the New Year Honours.
Councillors have gone head to head in a long-running row over changes to the state pension age.
It hasn’t taken long for players of Pokemon Sword and Shield to enjoy the apparent UK references in the game’s new Galar region.
Rick Astley was among the stars out in force for the 25th National Lottery Awards.
MPs have voted in favour of allowing a cross-party alliance to take control of the Commons agenda on Wednesday in a bid to block a no-deal Brexit on October 31 by 328 votes to 301, majority 27.
Floods are becoming more severe in parts of northern Britain due to climate change, a large-scale study has found.
Orlando Bloom has said film success meant he was under a “giant magnifying glass” at a young age.
The boss of a north-east charity says he is confident it will continue to provide the same level of care despite uncertainty over Brexit.
Boris Johnson has been elected as leader of the Conservative Party and will become the UK’s next prime minister after defeating Jeremy Hunt.
Across the UK and as far afield as Australia, Africa and much of Asia, stargazers gathered on Tuesday evening to view a partial lunar eclipse.
The amount of plastic the UK is shipping abroad is reducing, a Aberdeen MP has been told.
Three north-east parks are in the running to be named the UK’s favourite.
Ministers have stepped in to prevent a sculpted and “truly grotesque” crab with teeth being exported from the UK.
Singer-songwriter Freya Ridings has said she took inspiration from a childhood of being “different” to create her debut album.
Sir Lenny Henry has said UK broadcasters need a safe space for minorities to vent their feelings without “fearing the noose”.
Channel 4 will launch a raft of content on social media platforms to attract a “new generation” of viewers.
Age ratings are being increasingly applied to online content provided by platforms like Netflix and Amazon Prime, a report has revealed.
International Trade Secretary Liam Fox has called musicians the “unsung heroes” of the UK economy as further funding is announced for British acts.
Jamie Oliver’s restaurant chain Jamie’s Italian has appointed administrators, putting more than 1,000 jobs at risk.
Stephen Fry and Little Mix have been honoured for being allies in defending and advancing LGBT rights.
Dave Chappelle has announced two London performances for his return to the UK.
Campaigners are launching guerrilla guided tours of “looted” objects in the British Museum in a protest against alleged colonialism.
A new group will monitor diversity at the BBC to ensure the broadcaster represents “stories, faces and voices” from all UK communities.
Digital Minister Margot James has stamped on reports that the Prime Minister has given the go-ahead for controversial Chinese firm Huawei to work on the UK’s 5G network.
Specialists from the Five Eyes intelligence alliance are meeting to discuss cyber threats as it emerged that Chinese telecoms giant Huawei will reportedly help to build Britain’s new 5G network.
Members of the Five Eyes intelligence alliance are to share a stage in the UK for the first time.
Extra time has been put aside for people in Aberdeen seeking advice about citizenship and visas, a UK Government minister has said.
Ministers have moved to keep a rare drawing worth £11 million in the UK.