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It's not often sporting superstars come to Tayside and this week the area is full of the best golfers in the world.
A top security officer for French president Emmanuel Macron has been detained and is being questioned by authorities after he was caught on camera beating a protester.
One of two children bitten in the leg off New York’s Fire Island was attacked by a shark, officials have confirmed.
A university lecturer who was the victim of a violent attack has lost a High Court challenge against a decision to close more than half of London’s police stations.
An axe-wielding shop assistant has been locked up for at least 24 years for a “ferocious” attack on a colleague over fears of being sent back to Pakistan.
An accident has closed both carriageways on a key Tayside road.
Russia’s ambassador the the US said Moscow is ready to discuss a possible visit by President Vladimir Putin to Washington after a surprise invitation from US leader Donald Trump.
Sky is expected to report a rebound in full-year profits next week, helping to maintain its appeal as a takeover target as 21st Century Fox and Comcast continue their bidding war.
There was chaos at Dundee Railway Station this morning as several commuters were reportedly unable to board rush-hour trains due to congestion.
Thailand’s military government wants to control how the movie industry portrays the ordeal of the young footballers rescued from a flooded cave.
Economists have said Philip Hammond may have room to manoeuvre in his Autumn Budget after figures showed public sector borrowing fell in June.
Swathes of England are set to be hit by thunderstorms and heavy rain following the driest start to summer on modern record.
The Queen’s income from her private Duchy of Lancaster estate has increased by almost a million pounds to just over £20 million, new accounts have revealed.
Tributes have been paid to the youngest surviving Battle of Britain Spitfire pilot following his death aged 96.
A deadly heatwave in Japan has many residents in Tokyo questioning the wisdom of staging the 2020 Olympics in July and August.
A Cabinet minister has sidestepped questions on whether the Chief Whip should resign over a voting pact row.
The family of a missing man has issued a heartfelt appeal for him to be traced.
An unexpected flurry of tornadoes has swept through central Iowa, injuring at least 17 people, flattening buildings in three cities and forcing the evacuation of a hospital.
The competition watchdog has threatened to launch an in-depth investigation into Experian’s £275 million takeover of ClearScore over concerns that it could lead to consumers paying more for credit cards and loans.
A biker who filmed himself speeding at up to 189mph has been handed a 21-month jail sentence.