Roy Hodgson is taking inspiration from Sir David Attenborough having become the oldest manager in the Premier League.
Metro Bank chief executive Craig Donaldson will be in the spotlight next week as the lender continues to grapple with the fallout of an accounting error that saw nearly 40% wiped off its value in one day.
Excitement is building at Dundee Rep Theatre as the finishing touches are put on this year’s Children’s Festival.
A no-deal Brexit would be a lose, lose, lose for the UK, Ireland and Europe, the Irish deputy premier warned as he outlined emergency plans.
A police officer has denied skipping work in a child abuse investigation team to get a manicure and eat “lashings” of Chinese food with her married lover.
John McDonnell has signalled that Labour is moving closer to backing a second public vote on Brexit.
Rescuers in Estonia trying to save a dog from a freezing river were given quite a surprise when the canine turned out to be a wild wolf.
England have reacted to Warren Gatland’s claim that Kyle Sinckler is a “timebomb” by wishing Wales luck if they attempt to exploit his short fuse.
A lack of border checks in the Irish government’s emergency Brexit plans proves warnings about the frontier are just careless rhetoric, the DUP has claimed.
As the countdown continues to the scheduled date of Brexit on March 29, here is what has been happening over the past week.