A plane bound for the Scottish Highlands has crash landed in Northern Ireland.
A young boy and his imaginary monster under the bed are the stars of this year’s eagerly anticipated John Lewis Christmas campaign.
Like it or not the annual John Lewis Christmas advert seems to have become a major festive event, anticipated as much as the first piece of chocolate in an advent calendar or the first signs of snow.
Sir Rod Stewart wowed people in the centre of London after joining a busker for an impromptu performance of one of his songs.
Sixty years since Britain became a thermonuclear ‘superpower’, could the use of such weapons ever be justified? Michael Alexander looks at both sides of the debate.
At least eight people have been killed after a rented van drove on to a New York bicycle path in an incident that is being treated as possible terrorism.
Brexit risks undermining Dundee's status as one of Europe's leading digital economies and could force companies abroad, one of the city's video game pioneers has warned.
US President Donald Trump has blocked the release of hundreds of records on the assassination of President John F Kennedy, bending to CIA and FBI appeals, despite the National Archives publishing a cache of others.
George Young, whose music has been immortalised by thousands of Dundee United fans, has died aged 70.
Haggis will soon be getting sold in Canada for the first time in 46 years after one producer came up with a new recipe which is in line with the country's regulations.