Kyle Edmund will play Grigor Dimitrov in his first grand slam quarter-final at the Australian Open on Tuesday.
Ukip leader Henry Bolton is facing growing pressure to stand down after two more senior figures quit over his refusal to resign.
Dixons Carphone has narrowed its profit forecasts after the company detailed weak Christmas trading at its UK and Ireland division as it continues to come up against more cautious consumer spending.
Christmas and New Year revellers have helped takeover target Revolution Bars post a record set of festive trading figures.
Former football star George Weah is to be sworn into office on Monday as Liberia’s new president, taking over leadership of the impoverished nation from Africa’s first female president.
Colombian pop star Shakira has announced that she is bringing her world tour to the UK.
A 19-year-old man has suffered serious life-changing injuries after being mowed down in a hit-and-run collision which was captured in disturbing CCTV footage.
A shocked mother told neighbours her “little girl” had been stabbed as they tried to comfort her after the youngster was allegedly attacked by her father.
Gary Oldman fought back tears on stage at the Screen Actors Guild Awards as he took another step towards an Oscar win.
The gradual repatriation of more than 650,000 Rohingya Muslim refugees back to Burma from Bangladesh, scheduled to begin on Tuesday, has been postponed amid widespread fears that refugees would be forced to return, a Bangladeshi official has said.
Bringing out the fun side of Kyle Edmund has been key to his Australian Open breakthrough, according to coach Fredrik Rosengren.
Having lost the Ashes 4-0 England’s one-day side have hit back in style in the one-day series, winning the first three matches to claim the honours at the earliest opportunity.
Brexit-backing former Cabinet minister Priti Patel has urged Theresa May to ensure that the UK leaves the EU’s customs union, warning that this is the only way that Britain can secure “the freedom to succeed”.
Online grocer Ocado has confirmed its second major international partnership and its first foray into North America after reaching a deal with Canadian retailer Sobeys.
World number one Simona Halep avoided the dramas of her third round to ease into the quarter-finals of the Australian Open with a 6-3 6-2 victory over Naomi Osaka.
Musicians from the north and north-east are being invited to put their own spin on some of Scotland’s best-loved poems and reinvent them for today’s generation.
What the papers say
Arsenal are readying to pull out all the stops to sign Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and club bosses have flown to Germany for talks with Borussia Dortmund, according to the Daily Mirror. The Gunners are keen to replace Alexis Sanchez with a star recruit, so could be willing to pay more than the £52 million splurged on Alexandre Lacazette in 2017, the newspaper says. Dortmund are said to have suggested a swap involving Olivier Giroud, however a straight cash deal is still being pursued.
A councillor who continued to fight for constituents’ interests despite falling ill has died.
Just over 1,000 mountain bikers braved freezing conditions and snowy tracks in the now legendary Strathpuffer 24 endurance race near Contin in the Highlands at the weekend.
A north-east MSP has claimed there is “no evidence” that a specialist task force set up to help people back into work has created a single job.