Newsnight presenter Emily Maitlis is to release her first book this year – Airhead: The Imperfect Art Of Making News.
A burst water mains has resulted in a road closure in Aberdeen.
The deputy chairman of Patisserie Valerie has resigned a day after the group revealed the extent of an accounting scandal which pushed it close to collapse last year.
France is spending 50 million euros (£44 million) to beef up security at airports and the Eurotunnel, hiring hundreds of extra customs officers and issuing emergency decrees to gear up for the possibility that Britain will leave the EU on March 29 without a plan.
Drugs with a street value of around £155,000 have been recovered from a car on the A82 in the Highlands.
A scale insect with strings of eggs that make an unsightly wrapping around branches has been identified as the first new garden pest of 2019, experts have said.
Ant McPartlin will return to work on Friday for this year’s Britain’s Got Talent auditions after months away from the limelight.
Fashion retailer N Brown has revealed falling sales after a “challenging and highly promotional” Christmas.
Motorists have been forced to alter their travel arrangements after two crashes on the A90.
The Brexit negotiations are in a “mess” and a delay to Britain’s withdrawal from the EU is almost “inevitable”, Tony Blair has said.
Dylan Hartley has been left out of England’s training squad for their Guinness Six Nations opener against Ireland on February 2.
Game Digital’s sales rose over Christmas and margins improved, although sales at its UK business suffered.
Theresa May and senior Cabinet ministers are meeting representatives of other parties in a bid to find consensus to break the parliamentary deadlock over Brexit.
Heroin and cocaine with a combined street value of around £155,000 has been recovered in the Highlands.
If you’re only paying casual attention, you could be forgiven for thinking the hero of the next Marvel movie is a cat.
A gangland hitman has been told he will die behind bars for the murders of a gangland “Mr Big” and a mob enforcer.
Tottenham have agreed to sell Mousa Dembele to Chinese Super League side Guangzhou R&F for an undisclosed fee.
An Aberdeen road has been blocked following a three-car accident.
A longstanding member of the UK Cabinet has effectively ruled out holding a second European referendum – saying while the Prime Minister is willing to discuss “anything” in talks with other parties, the discussions would “not be a cover for trying to stop Brexit”.
Police were at the scene of an accident in Aberdeen this morning after a car rolled backwards down a hill.