Former Doctor Who assistant Karen Gillan stars as novelist Jane in new British romantic comedy Not Another Happy Ending
Taking a teenager on holiday can be hard work. I have one, so I should know. But surely a road trip across the States should please even the most cynical critic?
Many moons ago, the siren call of the Great Glen was proving just too difficult to ignore - and so a weekend in Fort William beckoned.
Ani Lhamo awoke early on October 10, to make her way to Holy Isle, near Arran, from her home at the Buddhist centre, Samye Ling, in Dumfries-shire.
Finding and keeping the right staff is a challenge faced by many businesses, but one Aberdeen workplace is happy to be bucking the trend.
Asubsea tool specialist has found an innovative way of bridging the oil and gas industry's skills gap by collaborating with a world-class commercial diving training academy.
People from across the north-east are being encouraged to support an eco-friendly hair salon's bid to be crowned one of Scotland's leading environmental businesses.
Having been born and bred in the north-east, I have always been aware of the breadth and depth of businesses which exist here, not just in terms of variety, but also in the wealth of knowledge and expertise which abounds in all sectors.
Europe's top court has ruled a controversial sheep identification system which has incurred the wrath of farmers is legal.
The phenomenal success of The Great British Bake Off and Masterchef has boosted profits at one of the UK's leading publishers.
Bibby Offshore has announced £3million plans to expand into Houston.
Dana Petroleum will send hundreds of thousands of barrels of oil to Korea next month - the biggest single shipment since being bought up by the country's state-owned energy company.
Hopes that heat stored in rocks buried deep beneath the north-east soil could bring a new energy boom to the region have been dismissed in a new government report.
Taxpayers could end up with a stake in Aberdeen Asset Management after the firm confirmed it is in talks to buy Scottish Widows Investment Partnership from Lloyds Banking Group.
A Roma woman in Bulgaria says police have questioned her about whether she is the mother of a girl found living with an unrelated couple in Greece.
The parents of Madeleine McCann have said they hope a renewed Portuguese police investigation into their daughter's disappearance could lead to her being found.
The longest coastal cave in the UK has reopened to the public after repair work.
Ed Miliband yesterday accused the UK Government of planning to make taxpayers pay the price of removing green levies from energy bills.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says trust between the US and its partners has to be restored following allegations that American intelligence targeted her mobile phone, and insisted that there must be no "spying among friends".
Tony McGinness is ready for the biggest game of his Aberdeen Grammar career when Hawick visit Rubislaw tomorrow.