Tumour boy parents' arrest 'cruel'
Relatives of a five-year-old brain cancer patient taken from hospital without doctors' consent have described the decision to arrest his parents as "cruel".
Parties wrestle with terror powers
Negotiations between the two coalition parties over controversial plans to extend anti-terrorism powers continue today, in an effort to reach agreement before David Cameron addresses MPs.
Ross takes break over drug problem
Presenter Paul Ross is taking a break from the airwaves after admitting to drug use and a lengthy affair with another man whom he met while dogging.
Russia urges Ukraine ceasefire deal
Russia's foreign minister has urged those holding a new round of talks on easing Ukraine's crisis to push for a ceasefire between Ukrainian government troops and pro-Russian separatists.
Father tells of sea rescue anguish
The father of a boy who went missing in the sea while on holiday was rescuing his younger son from the water when he lost sight of the older sibling, it has emerged.
Summer's over but warm autumn due
Summer might be over but the first week of autumn is set to be warmer than average with temperatures hitting as high as 25C.
Loo roll wipeout makes nation quake
Japan is urging people to stock up on toilet paper, because more than 40% of the nation's supply comes from a high-risk earthquake zone.
Blaze of glory ends festival season
The Scottish capital's festival season has closed with a spectacular display of hundreds of thousands of fireworks lighting up Edinburgh Castle.