Police officers are searching for a missing woman who was last seen in Dundee on Wednesday morning.
Restoration work on a monument to a WWI hero has been put in jeopardy after thieves stole digging equipment ahead of an event to commemorate him.
LeBron James and Lonzo Ball finished with triple-doubles as the Los Angeles Lakers routed the Charlotte Hornets 128-100.
Thai restaurant chain Giggling Squid has said Brexit uncertainty has held back its expansion plans, but vowed to keep opening sites as rivals retrench.
A volcano in central Indonesia has erupted, sending columns of thick ash as high as 7,500 metres into the sky.
Police became so concerned about Saturday Night Live star Pete Davidson after he wrote on Instagram “I don’t want to be on this earth anymore” that they visited him to make sure he was OK.
Theresa May has accused Tony Blair of “insulting” the British people and the office of prime minister by “undermining” Brexit talks with calls for a second referendum.
Chester Zoo has launched a £50,000 fundraising campaign after fire destroyed much of the vast roof covering its Monsoon Forest area.
Saul Canelo Alvarez has become a three-weight world champion after knocking down Britain’s Rocky Fielding four times in three rounds to claim the WBA “regular” super-middleweight title at Madison Square Garden.
Brexit, BBC executives’ pay and “birthing partners” make it on to Sunday’s front pages.