Much of Venezuela remains without electricity as a new power outage spread across the country in what many fear will be a repeat of the chaos a little more than two weeks ago during the nation’s largest-ever blackout.
Police are investigating after a front bumper was stolen from a car in a Perthshire town.
Police officers who responded to a hotel disco crush that killed three teenagers are to face investigation after it emerged they initially withdrew from the scene.
The mother of an eight-year-old boy who is missing after being abducted by his father 24 days ago has pleaded for him to be returned home.
Money invested into collapsed London Capital & Finance (LCF) ended up in the hands of a small group of people connected to the business, including its chief executive, according to administrators to the stricken group.
A final decision on a fracking ban in Scotland has been delayed for a further government consultation.
Ford is set to unveil electrified versions of its popular Fiesta and Focus cars.
Leaders of China, France, Germany and the European Commission have agreed to seek fairer global trade rules and work together to face the world’s economic and security challenges in an implicit response to the United States’ protectionist policies.
McLaren and Lego have teamed up for something really ambitious – a full-sized model of the Senna supercar, built from hundreds of thousands of Lego bricks.
A man who caused an armed police siege after threatening an electrician with a Samurai sword because he could not fix his boiler has been jailed.