South Africa accounts for the biggest number of infections
Philippe Coutinho sustained a hamstring injury in last weekend's 3-1 defeat by arch rivals Real Madrid in El Clasico, despite playing the full 90 minutes at the Nou Camp.
NSW Health issued a warning for anybody who trained at F45 Leppington, in Sydney's southwest, between October 15 and October 28.
Ross County chairman Roy MacGregor hopes the Highland and Moray clubs can spearhead the return of crowds to Scottish football.
A north-east healthcare firm has pleaded with city planners to let it turn a disused office block into a medical centre – saying the building will “likely” be torn down otherwise.
Notorious former bikie boss Hassan 'Sam' Ibrahim was handed over to federal authorities on Thursday in preparation for his deportation to Lebanon.
Aberdeen has been highlighted in a new study as “one to watch” in a fast-growing Scottish life sciences industry.
It is the most expensive election in history and twice as expensive as the previous presidential election cycle, the study showed
After the drastic proposals of Project Big Picture were quashed following a meeting with Premier League clubs, the European Super League was the next plan to be drafted.
A mothballed yard currently on lease to Scottish manufacturer Burntisland Fabrication (BiFab) should be “separated” from the firm “as soon as possible”, according to a Western Isles council leader.
The new electric Fiat 500 will cost from £19,995 (after the plug-in car grant) when it goes on sale in the UK early next year.
An alliance of rebel Aberdeen councillors have sparked a mutiny and accused city officials of wielding “far too much power” over Covid-19 physical distancing works.
Halloween is staying home this year with many families planning parties and activities that don’t break the Covid restrictions.
A 64-year-old sex pest was snared by a vigilante group after bombarding what he thought was a 13-year-old girl with requests for "school uniform" photos.
Derek McInnes admitted he was unhappy with Celtic defender Shane Duffy’s challenge on Ryan Edmondson which left the Aberdeen striker suffering from concussion.
One of the country’s most remote post offices re-opened this week allowing customers to send parcels and bank money without having to take a ferry for the first time in 18 months.
An Aberdeen medical student has built a special drone to help injured walkers stranded on Scotland's hills and mountains.
A decision will be made on what localised restrictions each part of Scotland will be put under today.
Kyle James Henk Daniels, 22, has pleaded not guilty to 26 charges over the alleged sexual assault of nine girls aged at Mosman Swim Centre, on Sydney's lower north shore, in 2018 and 2019.
A hearing into the case of an Inverness street seller accused of a series of sex charges has now been set for December.
Entire city dims its streetlights, enabling scientists to measure light pollution from space.
A Moray chef who was made redundant during the coronavirus pandemic has used the set-back to inspire her to follow her dreams by launching her own enterprise.
An Aberdeen fancy dress shop owner who has put her “heart and soul” into her business has urged Halloween shoppers to buy locally as trade has dropped by around 90%.
A 14-year-old girl was arrested in South London last night on suspicion of stabbing a 24-year-old man to death in Crawley, Sussex. The victim was found with serious injuries on Tuesday night.
ABC7 Anchor David Ono presents the FACEism series. The mission: Expose our often-ignored history, erase stereotyping and move toward a better understanding of each other.
The last game to take place in front of a full crowd in England was Leicester's 4-0 win over Aston Villa on March 9, the final match before the leagues were halted due to the coronavirus crisis.