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An Army officer accused of the manslaughter of a young soldier who was shot in the head during a training exercise allegedly said after the incident “I’ve messed up haven’t I?”, a court martial heard.
Fame the Musical, based on the 1980 classic film, is coming to Aberdeen in September with an all-star cast.
Facebook has said it will not compensate users in the scandal over the misuse of their personal data by political consultancy Cambridge Analytica.
The Taoiseach has said Ireland is not making any preparations for customs checks at the border, insisting that they will not be needed.
Thousands of people have returned home to Ireland from as far away as Argentina and Asia to cast their votes in Friday’s abortion referendum.
US President Donald Trump has called off next month’s summit with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un, calling the cancellation a “tremendous setback” for peace.
A walrus who has stunned nature lovers by embarking on a tour of Scotland has delighted animal enthusiasts in Wick by surfacing in the far north town this evening.
Two men have been handed four life sentences each for murdering four children in a petrol bomb attack on their home.
Michelle Obama has unveiled the cover for her upcoming memoir, Becoming.
Army bomb disposal experts have started examining a large number of mortar shells found at a building site.
Campaigners fighting plans for a new “world class” golf course in the Highlands have questioned the economic impact claims of the developers.
A newly founded think tank formed to look at the impact of Brexit held a meeting in Aberdeen last night.
Mohamed Salah has captured the hearts of Liverpool fans since his arrival at Anfield last summer and for young Lola Hastie, he’s an inspiration.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has made good on his promise to demolish his country’s nuclear test site, which was formally closed in a series of huge explosions as a group of foreign journalists looked on.
A former Aberdeen University charity boss has been accused of stealing more than £30,000.
The Government is “disappointed” face-to-face nuclear weapons talks between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un have been cancelled, Downing Street has said.
The Duchess of Cornwall laid a Lego brick foundation when she officially opened a new children’s library.
A teenager accused of plotting Mad Hatter-inspired terror in London told jurors she would have gone “straight to hell” if she had done it.
Medical researchers are hoping to bust some of the myths and mystery surrounding clinical trials in an effort to get more much-needed volunteers.
This a pooled interview with Sandra Lever, the mother of Michelle Pearson whose home was attacked.
Musician Jim Corr has emerged as a vocal No voice in Ireland’s upcoming referendum on legalising abortion.
Two men have been cleared of killing a young woman who was hit by a ricochet bullet during a tit-for-tat shooting.
US President Donald Trump has cancelled next month’s summit with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un, citing the “tremendous anger and open hostility” in a recent statement by the North.
A “very dangerous, coercive and manipulative” Army sergeant has been found guilty of attempting to murder his wife by tampering with her parachute and sabotaging a gas valve at their home.
A woman who was partially disabled in a childhood fire has spoken of her “double trauma” after losing her sister in the Grenfell Tower blaze.
A woman’s emotional story of having an abortion in England shows Ireland is frozen in time, its deputy premier has said.
Jurors in the case of a man accused of attempting to murder a 96-year-old in a claw hammer attack at his home have been told to set aside their “natural revulsion” as they retire to consider their verdict.
A 24-year-old man has been jailed for 15 months after “grossly overcharging” people living in Buckie for unnecessary repairs to their homes.
A man has been charged with the murder of a 16-year-old boy who was found stabbed in the street.
The sister of a refugee who died in Grenfell Tower has told an inquiry that her trust in Britain was destroyed by the fire.
IN PICTURES: Can Highland Council win the public’s support with a new art project to replace the controversial tilting pier?
New plans for artwork along the River Ness have been unveiled, two years after the last project was controversially scrapped.
Two 15-year-old boys have been convicted of plotting to murder fellow students and teachers at their school.