Gap on Perth High Street has announced its sudden closure, having notified staff two days before Christmas they would be losing their jobs.
WhatsApp is to stop working on millions of phones around the world from today.
Dean Smith insists Aston Villa are not in a crisis and has urged his players to roll their sleeves up for the battle at Burnley on January 1.
Alex Dyer has called on the Kilmarnock board to resolve the uncertainty over the managerial vacancy by the end of the winter break.
An Irish woman who is an alleged member of the so-called Islamic State group has been released on bail from Limerick Prison.
Battling 10-man Stevenage held promotion-chasing Colchester United to a 0-0 draw at the Lamex Stadium.
Train operator Northern is to be stripped of its franchise, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said, as fares across Britain rose by an average of 2.7%.
Eddie Howe admits he is hoping for a change of fortune in 2020 as Bournemouth battle to stay in the Premier League.
An alleged neo-Nazi accused of a string of terror and race hate offences will face trial in the summer.
As Labour deals with a devastating defeat at the general election, here is a look at who could be in the race to replace Jeremy Corbyn as party leader.