College bosses have unveiled a new centre to help train students to tackle the growing scourge of cyber-crime.
Workers at a Ford engine plant due to close next year with heavy job losses have voted to fight the decision, through industrial action if necessary.
British Airways celebrated Father’s Day by giving some of its fathers the chance to work alongside their sons and daughters on a long-haul flight.
A mother who believes that doctors misled her about the condition of her son, who died after contracting HIV, has told an inquiry his final words to her were: “Get them, mam, get them for what they’ve done.”
Oil prices pushed higher on Friday while global markets edged lower, as an attack on two oil tankers prompted fears over supply.
Toyota and Aston Martin have said they’ll be taking part in the newly announced hypercar category in the World Endurance Championship.
Joe Root’s second century of the World Cup helped England cruise to victory over the West Indies, but the celebratory mood in Southampton was punctured by injury scares for captain Eoin Morgan and opener Jason Roy.
A body found in a Dumfries and Galloway forest has been confirmed as that of missing Emma Faulds.
A father has been jailed for 10 years after forcing a man to work as a slave at his scrap metal business without pay, while repeatedly beating him.
The father of an Egyptian student who was repeatedly punched and slammed against a bus stop by a gang of girls has condemned their sentences and said “we are not safe in this country”.