Housing associations have received half-a-million pounds in funding for electric hire car clubs to allow people to rent low-emission vehicles.
A restored executive cannot have any veto over the working of the border backstop, Sinn Fein’s Stormont leader has said.
A banner at the centre of an anti-English controversy involving Sinn Fein’s president was about ending partition not xenophobia, Michelle O’Neill has insisted.
A man will appear before magistrates charged with the murder of a French film maker who was found buried in a shallow grave in her garden in west London.
World Down Syndrome Day: Tayside’s Sing It Sign It Makaton Choir raise awareness in heart-warming music video
Families from across Tayside have come together to record an uplifting music video for World Down Syndrome Day.
Dundee’s stalling progress on pupil attainment ‘cannot be fully explained by funding and deprivation’
Dundee is making the slowest progress in Scotland for improving attainment at secondary schools, according to an analysis by a council watchdog.
A team of games students at Abertay University have pulled off a massive coup by enlisting world-famous author Neil Gaiman as narrator for their student project video game.
A man has been charged with the murder of a French film maker who was found buried in a shallow grave in her garden in west London.
Leroy Sane confirmed he was not seriously injured despite being caught by a horrendous challenge late in Germany’s friendly with Serbia on Wednesday.
Ryan Giggs explained he had no choice but to disappoint Wales fans by leaving Gareth Bale out of the side that beat Trinidad & Tobago at Wrexham.