Appeal launched to trace missing Aberdeen teenager

An appeal has been launched in a desperate attempt to trace the whereabouts of a missing teenager in Aberdeen.

Aberdeen & North East
Driver dead and passenger injured after two-car crash in Moray. Picture: Michael Gillen

Driver dead and passenger seriously hurt in horror Moray crash

A man has died following a two-car crash in Moray.

Officers were called to the property on Friday afternoon.

Man in hospital after Port Glasgow stabbing

A man has been arrested in connection with a stabbing in Inverclyde.

News 1
The robbery happened at the Co-op store on Neilston Road. Picture: Google Maps

Paisley shop worker ‘traumatised’ by knifepoint robbery

A shop assistant in Paisley has been robbed at knifepoint.

Glasgow & Strathclyde
Government blocks SNP MP's bill to end unpaid trial shifts

Government blocks SNP MP's bill to end unpaid trial shifts

The Government has talked out a Bill which sought to ban unpaid trial shifts, amid concerns that people with learning disabilities are more likely to "fall victim" to the practice.

Politics 59
Parsons Green Tube bomber Ahmed Hassan has been convicted at the Old Bailey of attempted murder. Picture: PA

Parsons Green tube bomber found guilty of attempted murder

A “devious” teenager is facing years in jail for planting a bomb on the Tube which exploded in a massive fireball, injuring 51 passengers at Parsons Green.

Angus Brendan MacNeil MP.

SNP MP’s bid to allow child refugees in UK to sponsor family members

Ministers have been urged to allow child refugees to sponsor their close families members to join them in the UK.

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Emergency services are in attendance.

Pedestrian seriously hurt after being struck by a lorry in Glasgow

A man has been seriously injured after he was hit by a lorry in Glasgow city centre.

Glasgow & Strathclyde
Scottish Transport Secretary Humza Yousaf. Picture: Michael Gillen

Humza Yousaf calls on Labour councillor to resign after burka slur

Scottish Transport Secretary Humza Yousaf is calling on a Labour councillor to resign after he made an Islamophobic comment about the MSP.

Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie. Picture: FPA

Willie Rennie praises ‘tenacity’ of Labour Brexit rebels

Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie has offered to work with Labour rebels who want the UK to remain in the single market in order to prevent a hard Brexit.

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Man arrested after death in Renfrew.

Man, 26, arrested following death in Renfrew

A man has been arrested following the death of a man in Renfrew in January.


Royal Navy submarine breaks through Arctic ice for major exercise

Royal Navy submarine HMS Trenchant has broken through the metre-thick ice of the Arctic Ocean to join two US boats on a major exercise.

UK 21
A builder has died in Inverness after a wall collapsed on him

Man dies in Scottish Highlands after wall falls on him

A man has died in the Highlands after a wall outside a house collapsed on him.

Inverness, Highlands & Islands
Police seal off the scene of the incident in Greenock. Picture: SWNS

Man charged after Greenock death

A man has been charged after another man died following an alleged altercation in Greenock.

Cadworks would be built in Glasgow city centre and would boast Scotland's first cycle-in ramp

Glasgow office complex to boast Scotland’s first cycle-in ramp

A new speculative office building in Glasgow is set to boast Scotland’s first ramp allowing cyclists to ride straight into their office.

Glasgow & Strathclyde
Microplastics were found in more than 90 per cent of bottled water

Tiny pieces of plastic found in almost all bottled water

Tiny pieces of plastic is contained in most bottled water drunk from around the world.

News 1
Seventy-one people were killed in the Grenfell Tower blaze

Grenfell Tower doors blocked fire for ‘half the time expected’

Flat doors in Grenfell Tower could only hold back a blaze for half the time they were supposed to, investigators have found.

News 1
Russia's foreign minister Sergei Lavrov

Russia will expel British diplomats ‘soon’

Russia’s foreign minister has declared the country will expel British diplomats “soon” as it moves to match the UK’s aggressive stance.

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The Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route will bypass the traffic-choked current A90 route through the city

Aberdeen bypass opening delayed until the summer

The Aberdeen bypass will not be opened until this summer.

Aberdeen & North East 10
Celtic and Rangers shelled out �500k on policing at Old Firm matches. Picture: John Devlin

Rangers and Celtic fork out £500k to police Old Firm games

Police Scotland have raked in an astonishing half a million pounds on policing Old Firm games in the last two years.

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