Locals are facing a challenge from potential private buyers to purchase The Old Forge in Knoydart.
American players Brooks Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau are unlikely to play together during the Ryder Cup, says US captain Steve Stricker.
Continuing concerns over soaring gas prices dominate Tuesday’s newspaper front pages.
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The 800kg mammal had not been seen for more than three weeks.
Boris Johnson is meeting US President Joe Biden in the Oval Office in Washington DC on Tuesday.
Anthony Joshua commends Oleksandr Usyk for “jumping in at the deep end” with a world heavyweight title tilt after just two fights in the class.
The appointment of 20-year-old George Webster prompts praise on social media from viewers.
The deal will see founder Charlie Mullins offload his 90% stake in the group.
Security has been boosted around New Zealand’s women’s cricket team after a “threatening email” relating to the team was sent to the ECB.
More than 250 people seeking relocation to the UK were mistakenly copied in to an email from the MoD.
Andy Murray says he would “always be on the end of the phone” to give Emma Raducanu help – but only if she asks for it.
England manager Sarina Wiegman says she ‘had to pretend to be a boy’ to play football as a child in the Netherlands.
Campbell Hatton says he is surprised by how hard boxing is and was left shocked by his nerves on his debut.
The UK prime minister says he is “increasingly frustrated” at support offered to poorer countries.
Only Fools and Horses is hugely popular in Serbia, where tributes have been paid to John Challis.
Video training for parents could improve communication with their infants, a small study suggests.
The food and drink industry is warning of supermarket shortages because of a lack of CO2.
Waste from the cryptocurrency process is similar to that from IT equipment somewhere like the Netherlands.
A woman whose baby died during childbirth in HMP Styal says “more could have been done” to save her.
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England withdraw their men’s and women’s teams from series in Pakistan that were due to take place in October.
A shortage of carbon dioxide used to stun pigs at abattoirs means a backlog of animals is growing.
Police consider Brian Laundrie a person of interest, but have not charged him with a crime.
The Netherlands’ Ellen van Dijk wins her second World Championship time trial title as Britain’s Joss Lowden finishes eighth.
A volcanic eruption on the Spanish island of La Palma has demolished homes and caused evacuations.
For most Afghans staving off starvation is the biggest challenge since the Taliban returned to power.
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The move answers a major demand from European allies at a time of strained diplomatic relations.
The 10-year-old met TV chef Gordon Ramsay and won support from Premier League footballers.
Latest results from trials of drugs and therapies met with tears of joy
A surge in global demand for gas has left smaller energy suppliers on the brink of collapse
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A thousand people were expected to attend but there are fears of a peak in cases in November.
Douyin users aged under 14 will be limited to 40 minutes a day on the platform.
After a year out due to Covid, this year’s show is being held four months later than is traditional.
It is part of the drive to get more people protected ahead of winter as the pandemic continues.
The father of two children, found dead along with their mother and another child, said he was heartbroken.
The princess and her daughter are “doing well” and the Queen is “delighted”, Buckingham Palace says.
The positive trial results could pave the way for vaccinating children younger than 12, if approved.
Fears grow that the world’s biggest greenhouse gas emitter will not co-operate at forthcoming climate talks
Merits of ‘liberal pronatalism’ should be considered, a think tank study has said
Royal sweep for Netflix as The Crown and The Queen’s Gambit win top gongs
A Rwandan court finds Paul Rusesabagina guilty of supporting a terrorist group.
Damien Harris, Travis Kelce and Derrick Henry give defenders the run-around in the best plays from the second week of the NFL.
Covid jabs-sharing scheme set to miss 2021 target for sending urgently needed doses to poorer countries
Insulate Britain activists have caused disruption at the M25 and A1(M) in Hertfordshire.
Carol Kirkwood says she’s fine after taking this tumble on BBC Breakfast when a guide dog went astray.
Everton midfielder James Rodriguez travels to Qatar for talks with a club before a potential move to the Middle East.
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Police say she can’t remember her name or how she came to be on dangerous area of remote island
Former New Zealand all-rounder Chris Cairns says he is “grateful to be here” despite being left paralysed from a spinal stroke during surgery.
Josh Quigley is believed to have broken Jack Thompson’s record by cycling 2,179 miles in a week.
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The attacker is said to have walked on to the university campus on Monday morning and started shooting.
The Premier League title race is only just getting started, but Chelsea are seriously impressive right now, says MOTD2 pundit Alan Shearer.
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The Northern Line extension serves new stations at Nine Elms and Battersea Power Station.
Pedro Sanchez has arrived on La Palma where a volcanic eruption has forced evacuations.
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