A man, believed to be in his early 30s, was fatally stabbed and three others suffered injuries not believed to be life-threatening.Read the full story ›
The Prime Minister has used her New Year message to say 2019 could be ‘the year we put our differences aside and move forward together’.Read the full story ›
While many celebrate New Year's Eve with fireworks, hundreds of Thais travelled to a temple in Bangkok to take part in their own funerals.Read the full story ›
Runners took part in the annual Auld Lang Syne fell race. Here are the best dressed entrants...Read the full story ›
London, Edinburgh and New York are among the cities ready to usher in the New Year with style.Read the full story ›
Millions of people across the UK celebrated the start of the new year.Read the full story ›
Australia and New Zealand have ushered in 2018 with spectacular firework displays as New Year celebrations begin across the globe.Read the full story ›
New Year celebrations have begun as the clock strikes midnight in islands in Polynesia and the Central Pacific.
Cities in Samoa, Tonga and Kiribati were the first to welcome in the new year as it hit 10am on New Year's Eve in London.
The end of 2016 will be marked in parts of New Zealand shortly afterwards, while celebrations are due to begin in Sydney at 1pm London time.
Extra firearms officers will be among thousands of police on the streets of London as revellers welcome in the New Year.Read the full story ›
People from all over the world line the streets to see the annual New Year's Day parade in London which this year was celebrating transport.Read the full story ›