Irish presidential candidate Peter Casey has accused incumbent President Michael D Higgins of lying about his use of the Government’s private jet.
The Duchess of Sussex said the education of women and girls in developing countries was “vital” in her first speech of the royal tour.
Social media users responded with hilarity after police issued an appeal for an alleged thief bearing a resemblance to Friends star David Schwimmer.
Shoppers are often faced with “wildly” fluctuating prices on the most popular home and technology appliances, making it difficult to determine genuine bargains, a consumer group has warned.
Orlando Bloom has become the latest star to read a bedtime story on the BBC to help children “light up”.
The mother of murdered schoolgirl Lucy McHugh has issued a tribute to her “lip gloss angel” who would have been celebrating her 14th birthday on Wednesday.
A new study suggests more pupils could learn Chinese and Urdu as part of a shake up in learning foreign languages.
Plans have been announced to bring marine manufacturing back to the River Clyde in a move estimated to create nearly 1000 jobs.
Parliamentarians are being urged to help stamp out the organ shortage in black, Asian and minority ethnic communities by tackling taboos and championing donating in their constituencies.
Scottish Labour is to challenge MSPs to back a campaign on the future of Monklands hospital.