The Duke of Sussex has visited a project that provides activities for children and ensures they are well fed.
Thousands of children have gone on strike from school to instead join protests calling for more global action on climate change. Youth Strike 4 Climate protests are taking place across Britain, inspired by Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg’s weekly demonstrations outside her nation’s parliament to urge leaders to tackle the issue.
Parts of Britain woke to a spectacular sunrise on Valentine’s Day while other areas were shrouded in fog. Here are some atmospheric images from around the country.
Fed-up drivers are having their say as this street in Inverness looks more like Swiss cheese than a smooth road.
An annual traditional game with a macabre beginning has once again brought the streets of Jedburgh in the Scottish Borders to a standstill.
The big freeze continues in Britain as temperatures dipped as low as minus 8.3C (17F) in Shap, Cumbria, on Friday night into Saturday morning. The Met Office has warned many areas on Saturday and Sunday could experience sub-zero temperatures reaching double-digits.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have enjoyed a winter wonderland walkabout in the heart of Bristol.
Large parts of the UK woke to snowy scenes after temperatures plummeted as low as minus 15.4C (4.3F) overnight. While the picturesque scenes delighted some, the snow caused traffic disruptions and left many schools closed, particularly in the south.
A former wildlife park in the Black Isle could be in line for a major transformation into a thriving holiday and leisure complex.
Celebrations for Shetland’s Up Helly Aa fire festival continued long after the embers from the burning galley had faded.
The passion of nearly 1,000 Shetlanders for their Viking heritage burned bright last night for the spectacular climax to Up Helly Aa.
Crowds gathered in Shetland on Tuesday for the world-famous Up Helly Aa fire festival.
Thousands of people packed the centre of Lerwick to marvel at the atmospheric procession of torches ablaze with fire.
From a pair of charming border terriers to a dressed-up sprocker, our gallery of the week’s best pet portraits will be sure to steal your heart. This furry bunch live in areas across Scotland, and show us just why we’re a country filled with dog and cat lovers.
Despite us having a collection of exceptional photographers based in multiple Scottish regions, our readers continue to boast their very own picture taking skills. And with such picturesque scenery and an abundance of iconic landmarks around us, it’s certainly hard not to. Here’s a glimpse of our favourite pictures captured in the past week.
After months of preparation to pay tribute to their Viking ancestors, the town of Lerwick is set for another year of fiery celebrations and marches.
A fearsome beast with emerald green eyes is ready to take centre stage today at Up Helly Aa.
As Lerwick prepares to welcome visitors from across the globe ahead of Up Helly Aa, we take a look back at the best pictures captured at the event. Showcasing traditional features of the festival – from costumed warriors to the burning of the galley – they’ll be sure to make you want to visit.
A multi-million-pound luxury hotel is to open next to Inverness Airport this year - creating scores of new jobs and a providing a massive economic boost to the region.
It really was a case of mush ado about something in the Highlands.
Classic car fans had the chance to see 60 pre-war vehicles put through their paces at the historic Brooklands race track and museum in Surrey.
Emergency services are at the scene of a top-floor flat fire in Aberdeen.
Top gun pilots from the north-east are preparing to touchdown in Las Vegas for the most challenging warfighting exercise of the year.
With flurries of snow falling across parts of Britain, the freezing wintry conditions have provided some picturesque scenes.
Spectacular underwater photographs have revealed the remains of a mysterious German battleship off the Caithness coast.
Final preparations are being made to open a floating hotel on the Caledonian Canal.
Hundreds of primary school pupils were evacuated from an Inverness school yesterday following fears of a suspected gas leak.
A piece of the north-east's distant transport past has been returned home to be brought back to its former glory.
It was a Dons double in Dubai today as Derek McInnes and Sam Cosgrove were named the Scottish Premiership’s manager and player of the month for December.
He shouldn’t be nervous, but he is.
Aberdeen’s popular “festival of light” Spectra will not be held this year- with the council “refreshing” plans for the event ahead of its return next year.
Feast your eyes on some of the most adorable pets from across the north and north-east of Scotland.