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A serious incident at a Belfast airport in July last year could have been “catastrophic”, according to a report.
Anyone who has drunkenly bought something on the internet will relate to Callum Underwood’s dilemma… how to get a giant Pokemon cushion from the US to the UK without paying 1,000 dollars in shipping?
Theresa May has joined politicians from across the spectrum in calling for greater diversity in Parliament, 100 years since the law was passed allowing women to become MPs.
The chief judge on the US Supreme Court has pushed back against Donald Trump’s criticism of the federal judiciary.
Retired Swedish racing driver Kenny Brack is fighting to stop his estranged wife getting a half share of an £11 million fortune.
Ireland’s premier has said the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) puts the integrity of the “precious union” ahead of everything else, even if it leads to a “lesser world”.
A driver who abandoned a decommisioned ambulance on a level crossing after a police chase “could have caused untold carnage”, officers have said.
An American adventurer has been killed by an isolated Indian island tribe known to shoot at outsiders with bows and arrows.
Fire crews are at the scene of a blaze in Cullen.
A local Irish pub has entered the running for the best Christmas advert of 2018 with a self-produced short film about the impact of technology during the festive period.
Sir David Attenborough has warned unprecedented action is needed on global warming, ahead of taking “the people’s seat” at United Nations climate talks.
Meghan and Kate were pictured wearing the same shade of burgundy as they attended two separate engagements in London.
Trade unionists on both sides of the Irish border have said a “catastrophic” no-deal Brexit should be avoided at all costs.
Two women were taken to hospital following a house fire in Thurso earlier today.
A police investigation has found no evidence of criminality in relation to the handling of the investigation and prosecution of the Lockerbie bombing case.
Former Arsenal striker Niklas Bendtner will have to serve a 50-day jail sentence after dropping his appeal against an assault conviction.
A second person has died in France amid nationwide protests against fuel tax hikes that saw hundreds injured and key roads paralysed by demonstrations.
Students from North East Scotland College (NESCol) took part in their very own Bushtucker trials earlier today. As the real I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here kicks off in Australia, NESCol’s city campus hosted their own version of the infamous trials.
A senior Israeli cabinet minister has threatened to kill the leader of the militant Hamas movement ruling Gaza.
Grenfell Tower’s “stay put” fire advice was “unreasonable” once cladding had been installed during the building’s refurbishment completed in 2016, an expert has said.
Police in Aberdeen have confirmed that there are no suspicious circumstances surrounding the death of a 51-year-old man in the Marischal Gardens area of the city.
A drunk driver killed himself and his new girlfriend in a “catastrophic” motorway crash after he drank almost two bottles of wine during their date, a court has heard.
Well-wishers have been sending messages of support to Second World War veteran and political activist Harry Leslie Smith, who is critically ill in hospital with suspected pneumonia following a fall.
Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn will be detained for another 10 days following his arrest on suspicion of falsifying income reports by millions of dollars and misusing company assets for personal gain, Japanese media has reported.
Patients at Scotland’s highest security psychiatric hospital are being impacted by low staffing levels, according to a report.
NHS whistleblowers are to be given better protection in a bid to improve patient safety in the wake of the Gosport hospital scandal, the Government has announced.
Theresa May and senior Government ministers have warned that Britain may not leave the European Union if MPs vote down the Prime Minister’s Brexit deal.
A new specialist hospital unit which aims to cut down admission times has been opened in Aberdeen.
Another community group has backed calls for a review of the planning system at Highland Council.
Tributes have been paid to a campaigner who helped set up a protest site at an open cast coal mine in the UK and was killed in Syria fighting Islamic State.
President Donald Trump has publicly thanked Saudi Arabia for plunging oil prices a day after deciding not to further punish the kingdom for the killing of US-based journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Officers have released CCTV footage of missing north-east teenager Liam Smith.