Three people have died in a train derailment in Aberdeenshire and six people are injured, British Transport Police (BTP) have said. The force said those pronounced dead at the scene near Stonehaven include the train's driver. The 6.38am
Story and video from SWNS Shocking CCTV footage shows a thug dressed in a unicorn onesie confronting a shopkeeper while a woman spits in his face - in a bid to steal two bottles of Buckfast. The horrifying moment was captured at 9am on a Sunday
A man has captured extraordinary footage of Storm Ciara appearing to flip a waterfall on its head. Derek Fabel filmed the bizarre natural phenomenon in Campsie Fells, Scotland on Sunday. The waterfall, named Jenny's Lum, is only active
"This happened as 4 male members of school staff restrained her. She looked like she'd been in a car crash not at school."
Linda Macdonald, Telegraph TraveI’s Edinburgh expert, writes: “It is not difficult to understand how local boy Robert Lewis Stevenson came to write Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, growing up as he did in a city of such extraordinary variety. From the history-soaked medieval Old Town to the sweeping Georgian elegance of the New Town, Edinburgh deserves its reputation as one of the world’s most beautiful and compelling cities”. “Glasgow is back,” says Gavin Bell, our expert.
Pippa Middleton is to be married in just a few days after a long period of anticipation for everyone.And many of us have been wondering how the event will go down to every little detail, from the dresses to how much Pippa will be splashing out.Leaving just one thing for us to ‘um’ and ‘ah’ over; who is it she’s getting married to, exactly?When rumour of their engagement surfaced, so did lots of speculation about this James Matthews, a hedge fund manager who’s occasionally been spotted here and there in a sharp suit.But what don’t we know about him?Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:How the Duchess of Cambridge and Pippa Middleton dress for a weddingPippa Middleton’s wedding preparations are underwayThe latest on Pippa Middleton’s upcoming wedding: Bridesmaids, budgets and dresses
After all, unless you happen to be royal or a Disney princess, waking up in a grand four-poster bed in a castle tower overlooking acres-upon-acres of land isn’t likely. One of several rooms you can stay in at Duns Castle.
In case you hadn’t noticed, this week people across the world are marking Burns Night – the annual celebration of the life and work of Scottish poet Robert Burn.The tradition started after the poet’s death in 1796 and now falls on January 25 this year. But don’t worry, if you missed it you can still recreate your Burns Night feast with a few choice dishes. Just don’t forget to add a touch of tradition by piping your haggis in then ‘addressing’ it with either The Selkirk Grace or Burns’ Address to a Haggis before cutting into it.If you’re wondering what you could serve up for a Burns Night meal, here are a few ideas.Healthy lunch ideas perfect for lunch this month16 surprising foods that will help you lose weight
It seems like the Duchess of Cambridge is trying to set a record – or maybe she’s doing her bit for the British press and giving us something to write about. The 33-year-old who rarely does more than a handful of public appearances a month has today left the luxe confines of Kensington Palace and Anmer Hall for the third time in just three days to visit Dundee in Scotland. The mum-of-two wrapped up against the chill in a royal blue belted coat from designer Christopher Kane – rather fitting as he’s Scottish.