- News Home
- Other categories
Brexit: France detains British trawler owned by Macduff Shellfish as fishing rights row intensifies
France has detained a British scallop trawler owned by Macduff Shellfish and given a verbal warning to another fishing boat in waters off its coast.
Brexit: Why is there a fishing row in the Channel between the UK and France?
France has detained a British scallop trawler in the port of Le Havre and fined another UK fishing vessel.
Kenya murder: Army chief 'appalled' at claims British soldiers were involved in Agnes Wanjiru killing
The head of the Army has said he is "appalled" by claims British soldiers were involved in the killing of a young Kenyan woman whose body was found in a septic tank.
Alex Pullin's widow welcomes baby girl 15 months after Olympian killed in fishing accident
The widow of an Olympic snowboarder killed in a fishing accident has given birth to the couple's daughter 15 months after his death.
India test-fires nuclear-capable missile amid tensions with China
India has test-fired a nuclear-capable intercontinental ballistic missile from an island of its east coast amid lingering border tensions with China.
COP26 outcome 'in the balance' as reaching agreement will be a 'big challenge', president says
The president of the COP26 UN climate summit has told Sky News it is unclear if the crucial meeting will be a success and it is currently hanging “in the balance”.
Influencer Jayne Rivera poses in front of father's open coffin and posts image on Instagram before backlash
A social media influencer is facing a backlash after she posted pictures of herself posing in front of her father's open coffin.
World's first unisex condom invented: 'Once you put it on, you often don't realise that it's there'
A gynaecologist has created what is believed to be the world's first unisex condom.
Svetlana Tikhanovskaya: Belarus opposition leader reveals what happened after disputed election
"I am just the same, unselfconfident person I was," Svetlana Tikhanovskaya told Sky News in August last year. "But this is my mission. I have to overcome all these difficulties and bring our country to a free future and become a mother and wife again."
Jair Bolsonaro: Brazil senators recommend president faces charges over COVID policies
Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro should face a series of criminal indictments over his response to the coronavirus pandemic, according to a committee of the country's senators .
- St Andrews University students call for action on climate change at COP26 through lit messages 5 hours ago
- Kitten's body found in a Fife play park
- Fife Church of Scotland minister who personally believes drug possession should be decriminalised named as Moderator Designate
- 'Wilful' flat fire in Fife kills animals
Receive special offers, exclusive members only competitions, and more.Sign Up Log In