News Frozen shore of Loch Morlich and the Cairngorm Mountains in the Glenmore Highlands

Mr Daniel was leading a party of three in a white-out when he stepped over the edge of a cliff

Bright Christmas: baggage boost from Little Red

Deals of the week - baggage boost, luxury Madeira, off-season Italy

Under £200... Extra baggage for the sales

Virgin Atlantic's domestic airline, Little Red, is doubling its baggage allowance between Aberdeen, Edinburgh or Manchester and Heathrow. Passengers can check in two 23kg bags from 26 December to 2 February. There's also a sale on fares, with returns from £88-£99. virgin-atlantic.com

‘Most wanted criminal’ Brian Thexton arrested in Cumbria

The alleged robber and drug dealer had been listed in the ‘rogues’ gallery’ of 13 fugitives thought to be hiding out in Spain

Squeal deal: foodie escapism is the theme of new BBC1 show ‘Nigel and Adam’s Farm Kitchen’

Nigel and Adam's Farm Kitchen: TV review - A townie and a son of the soil grow into a winning double-act down on the farm

The BBC has recently started parking their tanks on Channel 4's front lawn – or rather on Channel 4's building lot and raised vegetable bed. First, The House That 100K Built took aim at Grand Designs, with its more affordable version of Kevin McCloud's construction-site TV classic.

Aberdeen flies high after £660m deal for Scottish Widows 

Acquisition will cement fund manager’s status as challenger to  its big US rivals

Donald Trump's lawyers begin Aberdeenshire windfarm challenge

Government officials deciding whether to back an offshore windfarm in sight of Donald Trump's Aberdeenshire golf course did not visit the resort, his lawyers have said.

Letters: A missive from Sir Richard Branson

This letter appears in the Monday 14th October edition of the Independent

Anthony Hilton: It’s not just high streets but shopping centres that are on the retreat

In mortality terms, the filing clerk is more stressed than the A £24m windfall for boardroom executive

Climate department spent more than £300,000 on UK flights

Government as a whole took almost 15,000 domestic flights in 2012-13

Aberdeen Airport was forced to suspended flights after an air ambulance came into difficulty on the runway

Aberdeen Airport flights suspended after air ambulance comes off runway

Flights were diverted from Edinburgh to Glasgow until runway re-opened

The Business Matrix: Wednesday 9 October 2013

Cineworld sheds three cinemas

Watchdog orders sale of cinemas

The movie giant Cineworld is being forced to sell three cinemas by the Competition Commission after its £47.3m acquisition of the arthouse group Picturehouse.

Foreign funds pour into UK

Flows of money from overseas investors boosted funds at British asset managers to a record £5.4trn last year, it has emerged.

Firms face political pressure on Scotland independence debate

Major employers that work in both England and Scotland are being “reverse lobbied” by politicians to reveal their position on independence, according to a senior director at aerospace defence giant Eurocopter.

Search underway after ferry passenger reported missing off coast of Scotland

A search and rescue operation is under way after a passenger was reported missing from a ferry.

Scottish independence: George Osborne warns on oil fund

Scotland would have to make large cuts to public services if it wanted to create an oil fund after independence, according to Chancellor George Osborne.

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