James Corden’s announcement of the return of Gavin And Stacey for a Christmas special has been named among the most retweeted Tweets of the year in the UK.
Officials tasked with looking after Scottish heraldry have told the "Lord of Lochaber" to stop using a “fraudulent document” detailing how he is allowed to use the title.
The owner of an independent hardware shop has said he has been “overwhelmed” after a £100 Christmas advert starring his son became a viral sensation.
Tesla’s new electric pickup truck has inspired unlikely art in the form of a mashed potato sculpture.
Students at an Aberdeen university are urging others to stay safe after a series of “intimidating” incidents near their campus.
Michael Buble took to the stage at P&J Live in Aberdeen last night - and is set to return for a second night this evening.
A writer is offering to pay for film tickets for lonely Americans during the Thanksgiving holiday.
United States President Donald Trump has baffled Twitter followers by posting an edited photo of himself with Sylvester Stallone’s body.
Labour and some of its high-profile supporters did more to push people to register to vote than any other party, social media statistics show.
A new self-deprecating meme has people sharing just how useless they would be in a time of crisis.
Jeremy Corbyn has adopted a meme to encourage people to register to vote by writing a hidden message in a photo on Twitter.
A debut novel by “the poet laureate of Twitter” has been shortlisted for a major literary prize.
Independent candidate David Gauke has posted a humorous video online in which he interviews a constituent who appears to have been persuaded to change political allegiance.
Arlene Foster has urged politicians in Northern Ireland to stop treating each other as enemies.
BBC staff have complained after claiming the corporation has introduced a “six chip” rule in their canteen.
Rachel Riley has been embroiled in an online row after editing a photo of Jeremy Corbyn at an anti-apartheid protest as she accused him of racism.
More than 2 million low-paid workers are set to be lifted out of National Insurance under plans to be unveiled in the Tories’ General Election manifesto.
Boris Johnson has hinted more than 2 million low-paid workers could be lifted out of National Insurance under plans to be unveiled in the Tories’ election manifesto.
Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson has insisted the party’s manifesto shows it is not a “one-trick” anti-Brexit party.
Actor Ralf Little said he has been suspended from Twitter after changing his account to mimic the Conservative Party press office.
The Tories have come under fire after rebranding one of their official Twitter accounts as a fact-checking service during Tuesday night’s televised election debate between Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn.
The Conservative Party has faced criticism after one of its official Twitter accounts was rebranded as a fact-checking service during the ITV leaders’ debate.
A north-east man has written a book filled with political poems inspired by all sorts of "outrageous" social media posts.
Ariana Grande received advice on how to recover from her illness in a friendly Twitter exchange with Barbra Streisand on Sunday.
Saudi Arabia recruited two Twitter employees to gather information on thousands of accounts that included prominent opponents, US prosecutors have alleged.
Aberdeen City Council co-leader’s twitter page has mysteriously vanished - just a day after being selected as the Conservative candidate to replace Ross Thomson in Aberdeen South.
A young woman who wanted a “romantic picture” in front of the Eiffel Tower has gone viral with a photo of her kissing a stranger.
The first televised election debate between Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn has been set for November 19.
British Twitter was a mix of jokes and jeers on the day the country was due, for the second time, to leave the European Union.
Halloween party-goers have this year picked creative memes and internet jokes to draw inspiration from for their costumes.
Lady Gaga has been criticised online by Amanda Knox for a tweet comparing fame to “prison”.
Twitter boss Jack Dorsey has insisted the company is cracking down on abusive content and spotting problem accounts faster.