Italy’s hard-line interior minister has welcomed 51 refugees and asylum seekers who arrived in Italy after being detained in Libya and then airlifted out by the UN refugee agency.
Scotland boss Gregor Townsend believes taking South Africa’s scalp on Saturday will be a bigger achievement than this year’s Calcutta Cup triumph over England.
Perth is one of Scotland’s favourite winter destinations – popular for shopping, eating out and entertainment. And you could win £500 to spend in the Fair City as part of the Perth Winter Festival celebrations!
Prime Minister Theresa May has led tributes to the Prince of Wales on the heir to the throne’s 70th birthday.
Britain’s used car market remains strong despite a small year-on-year dip during the third quarter of 2018, according to the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders.
A proposed new law to include offences based on age and gender in hate crime legislation is being put out to consultation.
Hoverbike patrols could soon be a common sight in Dubai, with police beginning training on the futuristic vehicles.
Steps are to be taken to increase the number of teachers from ethnic minority backgrounds after a report highlighted issues with discrimination.
The Government has made an embarrassing U-turn over the timing of a cut to maximum stakes on fixed-odds betting terminals (FOBTs) in the face of a Commons revolt.
Prudential posted double-digit profit growth from its life insurance operations as it said the de-merger of its UK operations remains on track.