British singer Ed Sheeran beat heavyweights Pharrell, Eminem and John Legend to take the best male video award at last night's MTV Video Music Awards.
More than 160,000 new property millionaires have been created over the last year in Britain as the housing market recovery has taken off, according to a website.
USERS of Apple's hugely popular iPhone 5 are to be offered free replacement batteries after complaints about the short life of the component.
Parents have reacted angrily to news that a council is giving 6,000 children an extra day off school because of Ryder Cup traffic.
A motorcyclist in his 60s has been killed in a collision with a steamroller on a notorious bend.
The world's biggest festival has got even bigger.
Engineering tycoon Jim McColl's Clyde Blowers Capital has been selected as preferred bidder for the business and assets of the collapsed Ferguson Shipbuilders at Port Glasgow.
KILLER mum Rosdeep Adekoya was today sentenced to 11 years in prison for beating her three-year-old son to death.
Sony's PlayStation network was taken offline "due to a distributed denial of service attack", the company has said.
A murder investigation has been launched after a man who was attacked died in hospital.
Bow down: Beyonce was the reigning queen of the MTV Video Music Awards.
The death of a teenager who drowned in a quarry is being linked to the "ice bucket challenge" craze.
A LEADING public health expert has said she would have prevented her two sons from playing rugby had she known about the risk of serious injury.
The Government is asking unions and businesses to help close any loopholes in plans to ban the use of exclusivity clauses in zero-hours contracts.
PLANS to reduce the drink-drive limit in Scotland by Christmas are in doubt after Whitehall delays scuppered plans to pass new legislation before the parliamentary recess.
Children are being put at risk by the UK Government's welfare reforms, as families wrestle with a scale of poverty and adversity unheard of since Victorian times, according to two major charities.
A BRITISH healthcare worker who contracted Ebola in Sierra Leone has arrived back in the UK.
THE UK is close to identifying the suspected British national shown beheading American journalist James Foley, according to the British ambassador to the United States.
A PLAN has been submitted for Glasgow City Council to formally adopt Clyde, the Commonwealth Games mascot, and then use the commercial profits to fund children's charities.
MALE celebrities get more Twitter abuse than women, but men are also more likely to give abuse, a study shows.
CRIME writer Peter May is to return the scene of many of his plots this week when he launches his latest book on Lewis.
THE first officer to be awarded a Victoria Cross in the First World War was honoured yesterday, exactly 100 years since his action.
DANCERS Greek Salad perform their routine at the World Street Dance Championships.
A SENIOR police officer has accused the chief constable of Police Scotland of operating a "climate of fear" within the force.
A NOVEL inspired by the daily toil of a shepherdess and a biography of a Booker Prize-winning novelist are the winners of Britain's oldest literary awards.
JESSIE J has revealed she is leaving Britain because of speculation over her love life.
A COLLECTION of rare cricket books owned by Tony Hancock's showbusiness agent brother Roger is expected to sell for a six-figure sum when it is sold later this year.
AN early spring and a "wonderful growing season" are set to deliver the autumn fruit crop about two weeks early, experts have said.
DAVID Guetta has claimed his fifth UK number one single with Lovers On The Sun featuring US singer-songwriter Sam Martin.
AN academic has been given a lifetime achievement award for his contribution to understanding the causes, impacts and prevention of cancer.