A couple have taken back an enormous £153,000 in in what is believed to be the biggest ever mis-sold payment protection insurance (PPI) reclaim.
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.
Kissing a baby while holding a beer is “multitasking” – at least if you’re the Prime Minister of Australia.
Newspaper drama Spotlight has upset all the glitzy Hollywood predictions with a best picture Oscar.
More than four million viewers tuned in to the last instalment of the BBC Two programme Line of Duty but fans old and new can look forward to the direction of Broughty Ferry-born film-maker Michael Keillor in the new series’ first three episodes.
Donald Trump's suggestion that Nigel Farage could be made UK ambassador to the United States has prompted violently contrasting responses on social media.
The average supermarket contains enough supplies to keep a person fed and watered for more than half a century, a scientist has predicted.
Apple has officially announced the launch of a new, bigger tablet computer called the iPad Pro.
‘We identified the man who drugged and raped a two-year-old girl from his anatomy,’ reveals world-renowned Dundee bone detective
Ahead of Dundee University’s latest Saturday evening lecture, forensic anthropology Professor Sue Black tells MICHAEL ALEXANDER why forensic science is growing ever more important in the solving of international crime.
The US has made a fresh intervention in the Scottish independence debate to call on the UK to stay “united”.