A court heard yesterday how police found a note containing the same numbers recorded on a pensioner's bank card during the search of an alleged fraudster's home. Read More
Scotland's Transport Minister last night promised to tackle the problems on one of the most notorious roads in the Highlands - but warned that progress would not "happen overnight". Read More
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A civil emergency needs to be declared to deal with tower block evacuations, the Liberal Democrats have said.
Theresa May needs to "get a grip" on the tower block evacuation situation, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has said.
A hedgehog and a parrot are just some of the pets residents being evacuated from four high-rise tower blocks have registered with the council.
Most Labour MPs thought Jeremy Corbyn would lead them to annihilation at the General Election, shadow home secretary Diane Abbott has said.
The Prime Minister has said the Government is making sure Camden Council can do "what is necessary" to ensure people evacuated from blocks of flats in north London have somewhere to stay, and work is done to make the buildings safe.
Hundreds of people died in the Grenfell Tower tragedy, Diane Abbott has said.
Jeremy Corbyn has been greeted by crowds of revellers chanting his name at Glastonbury Festival.
People with accounts in two troubled Italian banks will have their savings guaranteed despite insolvency proceedings, the prime minister has said.
Qatar has said it is "very comfortable" and can survive the economic and diplomatic steps its neighbours have taken to pressure it "forever".
A Dutch journalist has told of his "very hard" experience after he and a colleague were freed unharmed following almost a week held captive by leftist rebels in Colombia .
A Swiss journalist has died from injuries she suffered in a mine blast in Mosul earlier this week while reporting on the fight against the Islamic State group.
Emergency services are currently attending a road accident on the B979 between Stonehaven and Peterculter.
Detectives have launched a murder inquiry after a 26-year-old man was pronounced dead at the scene of a stabbing.
A teenager has been arrested after threats were reportedly made to people attending an LGBT event.
The governor of California has blocked parole for Charles Manson follower and convicted killer Bruce Davis.
Part of the revamp of Union Terrace Gardens should be urgently brought forward after another fatality near an iconic city centre bridge, a councillor has urged.
Scotland's chief constable has lost a significant legal challenge against a freedom of information ruling, which it was claimed would have "a chilling effect" on the recruitment of police informants in the fight against organised crime.
A group of dinner ladies, who were accused of conveying cannabis-infused lollipops between Aberdeen schools, have been cleared of any wrongdoing by their employers.
Plans have been approved for new seating outside an Italian eatery which will replace two controversial public benches in Inverness city centre.
Work will start within weeks to create a new suburb of Inverness in a development that will create thousands of jobs.
Officers are investigating an intentional fire at an Aberdeen bowling club.
Police Scotland are urging road users to drive sensibly this summer in response to the longer nights and the approaching school holidays meaning there will be an increase in people on the roads.
Police are probing the "despicable" theft of a range of items, including Second World War medals from a home in Aberdeen.
Musicians from all over the world converged on Moray last night, in advance of one of the biggest dates on the bagpiping calendar.
Scotland's Transport Minister last night promised to tackle the problems on one of the most notorious roads in the Highlands - but warned that progress would not "happen overnight".
Unseasonable summer gales will sweep across the Highlands today - and ferry passengers have been warned they could face severe disruption.
Harry Potter fans are being encouraged to come to the Highlands and travel the real-life Hogwarts Express railway line as part of a 20-year celebration of the first book.
A 125lb gentle giant named Martha has been crowned the winner of the 29th annual World's Ugliest Dog Contest.
A new council report into Aberdeen's controversial planned waste incinerator has been blasted as a "box ticking exercise".