The coastguard and police dog units have joined the search for a missing elderly man in Edinburgh after new CCTV spotted him near a waterfront.
UEFA has altered the date and kick-off time of Arsenal’s Europa League last-32 fixture against BATE Borisov at the Emirates Stadium – with the game now slated to begin at 5.55pm on Thursday, 21 February, 2019.
The number of complaints against tickets issued by private parking firms has doubled in the last three years, according to figures from the industry regulator.
Leicester defender Christian Fuchs believes winning the Carabao Cup would be the perfect way to sign off.
Oti Mabuse has called fellow The Greatest Dancer captain Cheryl an “absolute queen” as she hit back at speculation they are at loggerheads.
A campaign group which lost its legal challenge over the Scottish Government’s move to allow pregnant women to take abortion pills at home will return to court for an appeal hearing.
The first prison in the UK to use dog therapy to tackle mental health and addiction problems has taken on its newest recruit.
A jury has retired to consider its verdict in the trial of a mother accused of drowning her daughter before setting her body on fire after believing she had to sacrifice the young girl to God.
Lesley McLay’s £90,000 exit package was ‘good value’ for the taxpayer, says outgoing NHS Scotland chief
An NHS Tayside pay-off that has been mired in controversy was “good value”, according to the boss of Scotland’s health service.
Paris St Germain coach Thomas Tuchel is ready for the “great test” of facing Manchester United in the last 16 of the Champions League.