Three works by British modernist artists, including a sculpture by Barbara Hepworth, have been gifted to the nation.
David Moyes has promised to give West Ham “no choice” but to extend his 18-month contract after returning for a second spell as manager.
Sir, – Alex Bell (‘Child-men ruling our world’, The Courier, December 26) in hailing Greta Thunberg as an “inspiration”, expresses only one reasonable view of her “crusade” for more international action against adverse global climate changes.
Nigel Pearson will not apologise for making nine changes as Watford threw away a three-goal lead in a dramatic FA Cup draw against Tranmere.
A heterosexual couple who were among the first to enter into a civil partnership have hailed the law change for young people who “don’t have to go up the aisle if they don’t want to”.
The hills on Alex Brewster’s farm make it ideally suited to getting cattle involved in some self-service winter feed – and achieving his long-term grassland objectives at the same time.
Preparations for New Year celebrations across the country are under way as the decade draws to a close.
Fife showed that an unusual Hogmanay tradition is alive and well as the annual Oddfellows parade took place in Newburgh.
Coastguard chiefs in Tayside have launched an appeal for new volunteers ahead of a new station opening in Dundee.
Sutton continued their charge up the Vanarama National League table with a 6-2 victory over Woking.