Police are appealing for witnesses to crowd trouble at the Edinburgh football derby on Sunday.
Part of a busy shopping centre has been closed after a man “fell from a height” inside.
A woman who was found critically injured with her mother in an Ayrshire hotel has died in hospital, police said.
MSPs will take evidence today (Tuesday) on calls for a full public inquiry into the authorities’ handling of Donald Trump’s golf resort in Aberdeenshire.
A “family-friendly” ticketing strategy has been announced for next year’s Commonwealth Games with two-thirds of the tickets priced at £25 or less.
A first edition of the classic novel The Great Gatsby is among a treasure trove of books being auctioned in Edinburgh this week.
SNP ministers will be bound by law to cease campaigning for independence 28 days before the referendum but UK ministers can legally promote the Union until the polls close, according to experts.
Pupils using technology and social media to subject teachers to cyber bullying is a problem which must be confronted head on, a union leader has said.
Fans wanting to see Paul McGinley’s European team defend the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles in 2014 were today (Friday) able to begin a two-part application process to buy tickets.
Lives could be at risk in an estimated 28,000 private rented homes that have not had a gas safety check in the last year, according to Shelter Scotland and Scottish Gas.
Six men have been taken to hospital after a crash between a car and a lorry.
Households in Scotland could be subsidising flood insurance on English properties by as much as £430 per home a year, according to MSPs.
Two rare bottles of whisky salvaged from a shipwreck which inspired a book and film have been sold in an online auction for £12,050.
A life-long Kilmarnock died last night after suffering a suspected heart-attack during the side’s SPL match against Hibernian, which was called off.
A Tayside property expert has blasted critics of Chancellor George Osborne’s plans to assist the housing market.
Three soldiers who died in a roadside bombing in Afghanistan have been named.
Commuters have been warned to expect heavy rain throughout today (Friday) with some snow expected on higher ground.
Three soldiers from The Royal Regiment of Scotland have been killed in a roadside bomb attack in Afghanistan.
Perth is positioning itself to take advantage of the huge benefits offered by improved links to China and its growing economy.
Police have confirmed a body found in woodland is that of missing student David O'Halloran.