A baby born with drug addiction and withdrawal symptoms should go into foster care pending decisions about her long-term future, a family court judge has ruled.
A woman has been jailed for people-smuggling after two women and a man were found hiding in the boot and passenger foot well of her car as she attempted to drive them into the UK, the Home Office has said.
South Africa’s ruling African National Congress has elected Cyril Ramaphosa as its new president, meaning the nation’s deputy president is likely to become its next leader.
Glasgow have secured the "X-factor" of Niko Matawalu for another season after the winger extended his contract to the summer of 2019.
A court in northern Greece has sentenced 23 people to prison terms ranging from eight to 1,489 years for smuggling Iraqi and Syrian refugees into the country from the Turkish border in 2015 and 2016.
The prospect of US tax reforms has buoyed global stock markets but knocked the dollar, sending UK shares and sterling higher.
A second referendum on Britain’s membership of the European Union would be a “betrayal”, Prime Minister Theresa May has told MPs.
Steven Naismith has set his sights on returning to regular first-team football and winning his Scotland place back.
Edinburgh forward Jamie Ritchie has signed a three-year contract extension.
City Developments has ruled out the prospect of upping its offer for Millennium & Copthorne Hotels (M&C) after shareholders opposed its takeover bid.
A train making the first run along a faster route has hurtled off an overpass in the US and spilled some of its carriages on to the road below, killing at least six people, authorities said.
Serena Williams has hinted at a potential tennis comeback with the first grand slam of the season just weeks away.
Barcelona midfielder Rafinha has been given the all-clear to resume playing after almost nine months on the sidelines.
Officers investigating the death of a frail 87-year-old man who was killed after robbers smashed their way into his home and beat him up have launched a CCTV appeal.
Musselburgh winner Silver Concorde could be in line for a return to the Cheltenham Festival after claiming his second success since joining Keith Dalgleish.
A thermometer has proven to be the most useful item included in the Scottish Government's flagship baby box.
Jobs have been cut at a military rocket range in the Outer Hebrides, with potential for more losses.
Skipper Scott Brown dismissed fatigue as a factor in Celtic's 69-game unbeaten domestic run coming to a remarkable end against Hearts on Sunday.
Heathrow is considering expanding existing terminals instead of constructing a new building as part of measures to cut the cost of expansion by £2.5 billion.
Poor families may be reluctant to apply for private schools because they do not want their children to feel uncomfortable or out of their depth, a leading headmistress has suggested.