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Two million litres of water drained from reservoir in search for phone dropped by Indian official taking selfie
An Indian government official has been suspended after ordering a reservoir to be drained so he could find his phone.
Cadbury Flake chocolate 'feels different' and is 'too crumbly' for 99 cones, ice cream sellers say
The well-known Cadbury Flake is now "too crumbly" to be used in 99 cones, according to ice cream sellers across the country.
Beekeepers warned after American Foulbrood disease detected in single beehive in Perthshire
A control zone has been set up and beekeepers have been warned to be on alert following an outbreak of American Foulbrood.
Killer whales deliberately hitting boats off coast of Spain and Portugal
Researchers believe killer whales are deliberately hitting boats, causing some to sink, following a string of incidents off the southwestern tip of Europe.
Book returned to library almost 100 years late
A book has been returned to a US library almost 100 years late.
New Zealand's ratio of sheep to people falls to record low
New Zealand's ratio of sheep to humans has dropped below five to one - the lowest ever recorded.
Latest in the North East
- Labour's reported proposal on oil and gas could threaten jobs, says industry body
- Figures show 17 fatal road traffic collisions in the north-east in the last year
- Investigation launched after raven found dead at Aberdeenshire estate
- Police Scotland chief says force is 'institutionally racist'