A former railway station building on Royal Deeside is to re-open after it was destroyed by fire three years ago.
A British man accused of being involved in a precious metals fraud scheme in the United States has been placed on the FBI’s “most wanted” list.
More than a third of farmed fruit and vegetables never makes it on to shop shelves because it is misshapen or the wrong size, according to research.
School pupils on the Isle of Lewis are being offered support after a body was found in the search for a missing teenager.
A woman is running the length of the British Isles to raise money for a hospice care charity.
A pipe band from Northern Ireland have been named the World Pipe Band Champions for 2018 following the competition in Glasgow.
Hundreds of campaigners have attended a rally in Scotland as they stepped up demands for a public vote on the final Brexit deal.
A former Labour MP has been suspended from the party over comments apparently made online about the Jewish community.
Euston station will be closed for three consecutive weekends, including the August bank holiday.
Universities could be ordered to curb the soaring use of unconditional offers following concerns the practice is damaging for students.
A body has been found by police searching for a missing teenager on the Isle of Lewis.
A woman had a contact lens removed from her eye, 28 years after it became stuck.
Hundreds of people have attended a memorial service for former Holyrood Presiding Officer Sir Alex Fergusson.
Dates have been set for a Fatal Accident Inquiry (FAI) into the death of Dundee boxer Mike Towell.
Police are searching for a missing teenager last seen outside her school on the Isle of Lewis.
A detective has said "no one is above the law" after his police constable colleague was sentenced for possessing child abuse images.
A teenager who attempted to murder a Syrian refugee in a “frenzied” racially-aggravated attack has been locked up for more than eight years.
More than 200 bands from 13 countries are taking part in this year’s World Pipe Band Championships.
Ferries being built on the Clyde have been hit by further delays, the Transport Minister has confirmed.
Fewer students have been accepted on degree courses at UK universities this year, initial figures show.