Parts of Scotland receive the worst broadband connection in the UK, according to new research.
Millennials are the most likely generation to be disappointed with their Christmas presents, research suggests.
Tens of thousands of passengers have been suffering travel chaos after drones were flown around Gatwick Airport.
Tests of children’s toy slimes have found almost half failed EU safety limits for the presence of a potentially harmful chemical.
Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) has not been stripped of its franchise despite its “unacceptable performance” following the introduction of the May timetable, Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has announced.
Transport Secretary Chris Grayling said he had apologised “many, many times” already, after he was criticised by MPs investigating train timetable chaos that gripped parts of the network earlier this year.
The Transport Secretary should have been more proactive in preventing this year’s train timetable chaos, while swift reforms are needed to restore passengers’ trust in the railways, according to MPs.
Energy customers are facing “infuriating” waits to get through to call centres, while some online queries are going unanswered, a watchdog has found.
Energy suppliers need to triple their smart meter installation rates to have any hope of completing a national roll-out by 2020, new analysis suggests.
Asda has been awarded a top accolade in an annual Christmas mince pie taste test that has seen Waitrose’s efforts described as “beige-tasting” and devoid of “notable flavours”.
Britannia Hotels has been named the worst UK hotel chain for the sixth consecutive year.
MSPs have warned that a new banking crisis is emerging that risks creating “cashless communities” across the north and north-east.
Digital disruption is an “imminent threat” to businesses in the north-east in the wake of the TalkTalk cyber attack, a law firm has warned.
Inverness Airport keeps customers happy but passengers using Aberdeen International Airport (AIA) are less pleased about what it has to offer, according to a Which? survey.
People are struggling financially in parts of the north and north-east more than anywhere else in Scotland, according to new research.