The Scotland squad have been welcomed home in Edinburgh following their exit from the Women’s World Cup in France.
A service will be held in waters near Orkney to mark 100 years since the scuttling of more than 50 German ships after seven months of incarceration.
Labour’s new climate change minister has demanded a ban on fracking.
Ruth Davidson has announced her support for Michael Gove to be the next prime minister after her preferred candidate, Sajid Javid, fell out of the Tory leadership race.
A teacher convicted of sexually abusing boys at a school run by a religious order has told a child abuse inquiry he let boys sleep overnight in his room.
Greenpeace has ended a 12-day standoff with BP over the installation of a North Sea oil rig.
A record number of people visited Scotch whisky distilleries in the last year, according to new figures.
Police Scotland is supporting the Oor Wullie Big Bucket Trail, which is taking place across the country this summer, with its very own PC Murdoch challenge.
The mystery of a foul odour in the north-east of Scotland, just off the A90, remains unsolved, with organisations continuing to monitor the situation.
Teachers at a school where four current and former teachers were diagnosed with cancer are beginning strike action over health concerns at the campus.
The recent poll carried out by the Tele indicates a huge upsurge in local support for independence, from 57%, the highest in Scotland in the 2014 referendum, to almost 76% now.
Primary school children have helped unveil a new playground memorial dedicated to their former fellow pupil Alesha MacPhail.
America has ranked near Saudi Arabia and Russia in an international poll of countries which use their global influence for bad purposes.
Boris Johnson’s Brexit stance is “straight out of never never land”, former foreign secretary David Miliband has said.
It is impossible to tackle the climate crisis without recognising the need for climate justice, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Nicola Benedetti joined more than 1,200 secondary school pupils as they performed in one of the largest youth orchestras to be assembled in Scotland.
A climber who survived a 1,300ft fall on Britain’s highest mountain, which left his friend dead, has said: “I wish we hadn’t done that climb that day.”
Parliament must get its “own House in order” if it wants to take a lead on tackling workplace maternity discrimination, Lib Dem leadership hopeful Jo Swinson has said.
Action to tackle climate change must be a “truly national endeavour”, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Human rights work and environmental activism are essentially the same thing, campaigner Dr Kerry Kennedy has said.