It's frustrating that, in tackling the Calais jungle, a world that, until October last year, teemed with all the pain, despair, hope and opportunity a captivating story would need, Pooja Puri's The Jungle fails to wallop you.
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The natural landscape of Scotland is stunning, and that’s before we start to consider the amazing architecture that can be found around the country. For the short distances between them, four of Scotland’s biggest cities look worlds apart, and have very different architectural histories.
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A family-run Highland tourist attraction destroyed by fire last year has been granted planning permission to rebuild.
An outdoor play centre which promotes adventure for disabled children in Aberdeenshire could soon be open at weekends.
A new traffic management plan to ease congestion on Oban's ferry pier will be "a nightmare", according to a businessman who owns two restaurants at the site.
An emergency care unit at a hospital in Caithness has fully reopened.
Two young boys have sustained "significant" burns after suffering a chemical attack in Aberdeen.
Highland health campaigners are heading to Holyrood with a 5,000-signature petition demanding better services.
A popular fundraising event will return to the north-east after taking a year-long hiatus.
A regular offender who admitted running into the middle of a road in front of a vehicle and then violently struggling with police has been remanded in custody.
Two Moray soldiers, commended for their heroics during World War I, will be honoured with lasting tributes in their hometowns.
A leading conservation charity wants to reintroduce beavers to the northwest Highlands.
A man who was allegedly slashed by his partner with a sharp object gave several different versions of who inflicted the blow.
They survived a year in the wilderness of the Highlands.
A regeneration scheme to transform a north-east community could be set in motion next week.
The jury in a rape trial in Aberdeen has been played a video of the accused's police interview where he denied sleeping with the alleged victim.
Councillors are being urged to rethink plans to make an Aberdeenshire distillery a designated conservation area.
Plans to cut £100million out of NHS Highland's budget over the next three year will be outlined to the health board next week.