Police have confirmed a body found in woodland is that of missing student David O'Halloran.
Iconic Scottish group Texas are the latest band to be confirmed for this year’s T in the Park.
Police have traced a man they suspect to have been involved in the incident which led to the death of a 13-year-old boy on the M9 on Friday.
All newborn babies in Scotland born on or after May 1 this year will be offered vaccination against the vomiting and diarrhoea bug rotavirus.
A motorcyclist has died following a collision with a car at the weekend.
Cycling enthusiasts will have a chance to watch some of the sport’s top riders race through the streets of Glasgow as the city hosts a weekend of elite competition from June 20 to 23.
The National Library of Scotland is looking to recruit Scotland’s first Wikipedian.
Car insurance premiums are continuing to fall, according to AA figures.
Wreckage from the jumbo jet blown up over Lockerbie has been returned to Scotland almost 25 years after the terrorist atrocity.
The extended cold spell has caused a drop in the number of lobsters being caught off the coast of Scotland.
The Deputy First Minister has called for the pro-union Better Together campaign to return a £500,000 donation from an oil executive.
Only four European countries have worse traffic jams than the UK, according to a survey.
Key players in the alcohol industry have been accused of misleading a Scottish Government consultation over minimum pricing laws.
Two Catholic midwives who won an appeal over the right to avoid any involvement in abortion procedures have voiced delight at the ruling.
A 1937 locomotive will be steaming through Tayside and Fife.
Lawyers will spearhead a club-commissioned investigation into the extent of Charles Green’s links with ex-Rangers owner Craig Whyte.
German airline Lufthansa has cancelled dozens of flights on Monday due to strike action.
Extra daily flights to Paris and Amsterdam will operate from two Scottish airports this summer.
Police will receive a 1% pay rise if the increase is agreed at a meeting next month, Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill has said.
The World Pipe Band Championships has been extended to run for two days for the first time.