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

Bernard Gallacher critically ill in hospital

Former Ryder Cup captain Bernard Gallacher is critically ill in hospital, NHS Grampian have confirmed.

Paul McGinley shot a two-under-par 69 in the second round

Wales Open: Paul McGinley takes centre stage but all thoughts are with Bernard Gallacher

A tale of two Ryder Cup captains dominated minds today during the second round of the Wales Open. But for very different reasons.

Lord North resigned as prime minister in 1782 over his hard-line approach to the war in America

Syria crisis: It’s usually the MPs who are gung-ho for going to war...

David Cameron is the first PM blocked by the legislature from embarking on a military adventure

National Rail, which is in charge of rail infrastructure, has been set a minimum punctuality target for the first time

Nearly one in three of Britain’s trains are late according to strict new National Rail statistics

Delays as small as a minute are recorded as regulator sets arrival targets for first time

A diver works on the wreckage of the Super Puma L2 helicopter which went down in the North Sea with the loss of four lives at 6.20pm on Friday, around two miles west of Sumburgh

Shetland helicopter crash: Investigators search seas for black box recorder from aircraft that ditched killing four oil workers, as operators ground Super Puma helicopters

Helicopter Safety Steering Group urged precautionary flight ban until there is 'sufficient factual information' to resume

The Post Office franchise plans will lead to 1,500 job losses and poorer customer service, the CWU says.

Crown post office workers prepare for strike

Staff in Scotland walk out, to be followed a day later by England, Wales and Northern Ireland, covering 373 branches

Ads reveal a boost for jobseekers in the North

Jobseekers in northern England could be finally be catching a break, according to a new survey.

Noelle Barker: Soprano who championed new music

Noelle Barker had a distinguished career as a soprano, encompassing opera, oratorio and recital, but above all she was identified with new music: “There are few singers who devote so much attention to contemporary music as Miss Noelle Barker”, wrote The Times in the early 1960s of a performance of works by Robert Sherlaw Johnson and Francis Routh. She sang with Britten’s English Opera Group and other national companies before turning to teaching, and from 1976 was an influential professor at the Guildhall School of Music.

Shetland helicopter crash: Super Puma fleet grounded as four killed are named

Aircraft carrying 18 people ditched west of Sumburgh, Shetland

The Business Matrix: Wednesday 21 August 2013

Cineworld must sell three venues

Children of obese mothers 'more likely to die young'

Children born to obese mothers are 35 per cent more likely to die before they reach 55, a study has found.

27 per cent is how much faster keyhole surgeons who play video games are than they're non-gaming colleagues, according to a study conducted by an American psychologist. They also made 37 per cent fewer errors.

Brain surgeon 'lied to patient' about removing her tumour

Medical tribunal hears that woman was told her tumour had been removed when it had not

Virgin boss Sir Richard Branson is planning to hold music gigs on domestic UK flights

Sir Richard Branson to hit high note with mini music gigs on domestic flights

Sir Richard Branson has announced plans to stage live concerts for passengers travelling on Virgin Atlantic flights.

Bishop of Aberdeen to apologise for child sex abuse at Fort Augustus Abbey School

BBC investigation heard accounts from former pupils of physical violence, rape and sexual assault

The Business Matrix: Tuesday 30 July 2013

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