Philip Hammond has been hit with a gloomy outlook for the UK economy, as forecasts revealed downgrades to growth ahead of Britain’s divorce from the European Union.
An ailing community hall could soon be transformed into a hotel in a coastal village on the proposed North East 250 route.
Hamilton manager Martin Canning has backed Rakish Bingham to keep improving after signing an extended deal.
A further £28 million has been freed up to help with the aftermath of the Grenfell Tower fire, the Chancellor has announced.
England’s players have opted against giving a portion of their match fee to their Samoan counterparts ahead of Saturday’s clash at Twickenham.
Former world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury showed off his dance moves during a training camp as he bids for a return to the boxing ring.
A derelict supermarket could be given a new lease of life after the council approved plans to create a new place of worship in the north-east.
Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond has unveiled his Autumn Budget statement. Here are the main announcements:
New diesel cars failing to meet the latest emissions standards will face a tax increase in April, Philip Hammond has announced.
The Scottish Government has been urged to make it illegal for fantasists to masquerade as war heroes by wearing medals they were not awarded.
In terms of world events, the year 1775 was pretty dramatic. It’s the year the American Revolution began with the first shots fired just after dawn in Lexington, Massachusetts – shots which were then heard around the world. Here, the Industrial Revolution was underway while people in the Highlands were still dealing with the aftermath of the Battle of Culloden and Highland Clearances.
New pictures show how Inverurie’s £14.6 million health centre is taking shape after 12 months of construction.
Politicians and commentators were quick to react as Philip Hammond delivered his Autumn Budget. After the Chancellor announced £3 billion would be set aside for Brexit cost, many across the other side of the House responded with incredulity.
Stamp duty is to be abolished for first-time buyers on properties up to £300,000 as Chancellor Philip Hammond put measures to tackle the UK’s housing crisis at the centre of his Budget.
England’s Test series against New Zealand in 2018 will be played along the M62 corridor.
There is "every reason to be optimistic" about the longer term future of engineering firm BiFab, Scotland's First Minister has said.
A care home for elderly people has been ordered by Scotland's social care watchdog to make urgent improvements to the services it provides.
A union has warned of the risk of compulsory redundancies for council employees after councillors voted to cut redundancy terms.
A second man has been arrested in connection with a shooting in Renfrewshire.
A safe containing a "significant" amount of cash has been stolen from a pensioner's home.