Residents of a Lancashire village have been getting creative for the annual scarecrow festival.
Nostalgia fans have flocked to the Goodwood Revival for a chance to dress up in vintage clothes and take a look at historic vehicles taking part in the event.
Big is best amid the battle for prizes at the giant vegetable competition at the Harrogate Autumn Flower Show.
The Duke of Sussex was joined by a host of famous faces as he took to the trading floor as part of a charity day to honour those killed in the September 11 attacks.
One of the highlights of the Highland games calendar has been celebrated in Aberdeenshire at the Braemar Gathering.
Robert Mugabe served as prime minister of Zimbabwe from 1980 to 1987 and then as president from 1987 to 2017 until he was forced to resign.
Princess Charlotte has arrived for her first day at school.
Aurora chasers were armed and ready with their cameras to capture the Northern Lights across the north of Scotland over the weekend.
Two teams of players have staged what is regarded as one of the more eccentric cricket matches of the season at a most unusual ground – in the middle of the sea.
Beach-goers were among those entertained as the Bournemouth Air Festival got under way with a dazzling aerial display.
A striking array of images impressed judges at the RAF’s 2019 Photographic Competition.
It was a scorching day away from work for millions of people across the UK on Monday.
Donald Trump, Boris Johnson and Angela Merkel are among the leaders who have gathered in Biarritz in southern France for the G7 summit. Meanwhile, anti-G7 activists from around the world are staging protests in the area calling for action on issues such as climate change, the migrant crisis and gender equality.
Hordes of marauding Vikings have descended on a coastal town in Yorkshire. About 200 Vikings pitched authentic tents in the grounds of Whitby Abbey to form a living history event that included battle re-enactments as well as period cooking and crafts.
Hundreds of thousands of youngsters have received their results after sitting the Government’s tough new GCSE courses. More than one in five (20.8%) UK entries scored one of the three top grades, and just 837 teenagers scored a clean sweep of the highest grade in every subject they sat.
Salisbury Cathedral is inviting the public to take the Tower Tour, passing through the vaulted roof space, past medieval stained glass and through the inner workings of the 13th century landmark.
Today marks the start of the £25.7 million regeneration of Aberdeen's Union Terrace Gardens.
Flash flooding hit towns and villages across Moray yesterday amid intense thunder and lightning storms.
Countryfile fans have descended on Oxfordshire’s spectacular Blenheim Palace to celebrate all things nature.
Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie took to the red carpet in Leicester Square for the premiere of the latest Quentin Tarantino film.
Sunshine, bagpipes and good times left Speyside “hoaching” with thousands of happy visitors this weekend at the 127th Dufftown Highland Games.
These exclusive new images show how the new staff garden planned for Aberdeen Royal Infirmary could look.
Work by Martin Parr, one of the world’s leading photographers, is to be the first special exhibition in the new BP Galleries at Aberdeen Art Gallery.
Hundreds of golfers teed off for the first time yesterday in glorious sunshine on a new course in Inverness – described as the “best inland course in the Highlands”.
Drizzling rain and wind could not dampen the spirits of spectators gathered to watch a spectacular showcase in the sky.
People across the north-east have managed to catch a lightning strike on camera. The Met Office issued a warning earlier today about a “surge of frequent lightning activity”. Here are some of the best photographs we’ve seen so far:
Tens of thousands of people will be on the ground at Glastonbury this summer, but the sheer scale of the festival is perhaps best appreciated from above.
Tourists and residents young and old were enjoying visiting the newly installed Oor Wullie sculptures in and around Aberdeen yesterday.
The unbreakable spirit of wartime Britain was recreated on Speyside at the weekend as part of a 1940s heritage event.
The new organisers of a decades-old raft race made a splash on its 40th anniversary.
The number of deliberate fires in the north-east has soared over the past 12 months.
The full extent of the operation to empty thousands of gallons of water from a Highland quarry in a bid to find the bodies of missing mum Renee MacRae and her toddler son was revealed yesterday.