Several people have been arrested after climate change campaigners blocked a main route in the centre of Edinburgh.
Environmental campaigners have brought travel disruption to parts of Edinburgh as they took their protest to the heart of the city.
Nicola Sturgeon has restated her pledge to “fully co-operate” with a Holyrood committee set up to probe how misconduct allegations against former first minister Alex Salmond were handled.
A formal review is being carried out at a health board after the email addresses of almost 40 people living with HIV were accidentally made public.
The majority of drugs deaths occur among people who have experienced considerable adversity in their lives, often from a young age, research has found.
Princess Beatrice has launched a tourist trail featuring comic book character Oor Wullie, which it is hoped will raise a significant sum for sick children.
Tom Watson’s fresh call for Labour to campaign for a second Brexit referendum has come under fire from the party’s chairman.
A woman has been charged after a police officer was seriously injured when he was hit by a car while on duty.
A new independent advisory commission should be set up to look at how to meet Scotland’s energy needs, with a report warning “difficult decisions” will need to be taken on how to cope with a looming energy shortfall.
An oil rig at the centre of a protest by environmental campaigners has been forced to make a second “U-turn” on its way to a North Sea field.
A man has been charged after the death of a 50-year-old in Glasgow.
SNP MEP Alyn Smith has issued an apology to Brexit Party chairman MEP Richard Tice over claims he made about the party’s source of funding.
The House of Lords will ask experts on Wednesday whether the EU proposal to ban the use of words like ‘sausage’ and ‘burger’ to describe vegan and vegetarian products is in the interest of consumers.
A majority of Scots believe farming is vital to the success of the Scottish economy, according to new research.
Scotland’s planned flat-rate deposit return scheme for drinks cans and bottles could “severely hamper” efforts to tackle childhood obesity, public health experts have warned.
Statues for this summer's Oor Wullie Big Bucket Trail have been installed at V&A Dundee and RRS Discovery, ahead of the trail's launch today.
NHS Scotland has appointed a new chief executive.
Phone services have been restored after a hardware fault caused problems with landlines in some areas.
Commuters are experiencing cancellations and delays between Dundee and Edinburgh.
Police are advising anyone facing an emergency to use a mobile to dial 999 due to a problem with phone lines.