Suzann Pettersen announced her retirement from professional golf after justifying her controversial wild card in barely believable style by holing the winning putt in the Solheim Cup.
Suzann Pettersen justified her controversial wild card in stunning fashion as Europe regained the Solheim Cup in dramatic circumstances at Gleneagles.
The European Central Bank has launched a new round of monetary stimulus to support economic growth in the face of uncertainties like the US-China trade conflict and Brexit.
One of the exhibitors at this month’s Aberdeen Art Fair, which is returning to the recently-refurbished Music Hall after a four-year absence, is still working on some of her Aberdeenshire landscapes for the annual event.
The United Nations refugee agency has called on European governments to urgently allow in more than 500 people rescued in the Mediterranean but who remain stranded at sea as countries bicker over who should take them.
Iran’s deputy foreign minister said discussions in Austria with representatives from nations that want to salvage an unravelling nuclear accord were “good”.
Representatives from Europe, China and Russia, nations that are still committed to the Iran nuclear deal, plan to meet Iran’s representative in Vienna on Sunday to discuss how to salvage the unravelling accord.
Temperature records that had stood for decades or even just days fell minute by minute on Thursday afternoon and Europeans and tourists alike threw themselves into fountains, lakes, rivers or the sea to escape a suffocating heat wave rising up from the Sahara.
Paris has beaten its all-time heat record, hitting 40.6C (105.1F) amid a heat wave breaking barriers across Europe.
Parts of Europe are bracing for record temperatures as the second heatwave of the summer bakes the continent.
Then foreign secretary Douglas Hurd sent a “parting shot” to John Major upon leaving office outlining the need to remain within the European Union, new documents reveal.
An air strike which killed at least 44 migrants at a detention centre near the Libyan capital of Tripoli could be a war crime, the UN’s human rights chief has said.
Thousands of people have donated money to cover the legal costs of a German woman arrested after the humanitarian rescue ship she captained docked in Italy in defiance of the country’s anti-migrant interior minister.
Europeans were coping with Sahara-style conditions as a plume of hot air from Africa moved north across the Mediterranean.
If you explore the maze of corridors in Aberdeen’s Town House, you might wander into the grand Town and County Hall.
Prime Minister Theresa May has announced she will stand down on June 7.
Tomorrow Britain will vote in the European elections.
Musicians have called for the Government to preserve their freedom of movement in a post-Brexit Europe.
A ferry company has lost its fight at the Court of Session against what it claimed were "unfair" subsidies to operators on northern sailing routes to Orkney and Shetland.
MEPs have voted in favour of controversial changes to online copyright across the EU, in a decision designed to make tech giants more responsible for paying creatives, musicians and news outlets more fairly for their work online.
A decision on whether to adopt copyright changes that would create a tighter grip over online content will be voted on by MEPs on Tuesday.
Jamie Stone has hit out at the UK Government over its EU settlement scheme, claiming it could result in hundreds of miles of travelling for those in Highlands.
Millions of UK motorists wanting to drive in the EU will need to arrange extra documentation in the event of a no-deal Brexit, insurers have warned.
Dutch airline KLM has announced plans to increase the numbers of services flying from Aberdeen to Amsterdam during the summer.
The head of GFG Alliance, which owns Fort William smelter, has said completion of its acquisition of Europe’s largest aluminium plant, in France, will enable the company to “expand powerfully in key industries such as the automotive sector.”
Theresa May is today braced for a showdown with senior ministers over her Brexit divorce deal after negotiators secured a major breakthrough last night.
Researchers at the University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) have launched a citizen science project to identify unreported river barriers and increasing understanding of river use across Scotland.
The path to Europe’s handsome 17.5-10.5 Ryder Cup victory was set when the team were at their lowest ebb – 3-0 down on the opening morning, according to captain Thomas Bjorn.
Riding the passion of the perennial Ryder Cup hero Ian Poulter beating the world No 1 and the new star Jon Rahm taking down the greatest of them all, Thomas Bjorn’s Europe withstood a mid-afternoon wobble to reclaim the Ryder Cup amid ecstatic scenes at Le Golf National.
Uefa has announced plans to introduce a third European club competition in 2021 if their executive committee approves the idea.
Entering the post-Brexit referendum UK for the Womad world music festival has become so “difficult and humiliating” that performers are giving up, the organiser has said.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes believes defender Tommie Hoban can be a pivotal player for the Dons this season.