1. Corgis parade takes place outside Buckingham Palace to mark a year since Queen's death

    By Benedict Tetzlaff-Deas Royal fans and their pet corgis have gathered outside Buckingham Palace to remember Queen Elizabeth nearly a year since her death. Around 20 corgi enthusiasts dressed up their pets in crowns, tiaras and royal outfits and paraded them outside the palace in
  2. King Charles and Queen Camilla meet Rishi Sunak as annual Balmoral tradition continues

    By Benedict Tetzlaff-Deas Rishi Sunak has joined King Charles III and Queen Camilla at a church near Balmoral during a trip to the monarch's Scottish estate. The Prime Minister was driven to Crathie Kirk separately from the royal couple before they attended the traditional Sunday s
  3. Loch Ness Monster hunters hear 'four distinctive noises' in biggest search for 50 years

    By Stephen White Loch Ness Monster hunters have heard “four distinctive noises” as around 200 volunteers took part in the biggest search for the mythical creature in 50 years. In horrific weather conditions volunteers lined the banks of the famous Scottish loch just outside Invern
  4. BBC presenter dies as tributes pour in for 'legend of broadcasting'

    By Zoe Delaney BBC presenter Robbie Shepherd has died at the age of 87, with tributes pouring in for the late TV star from celebrities and fans all across the country. Shepherd, was born in Dunecht in Aberdeenshire, was best known for his 35-year stint hosting BBC Radio Scotland's