Civil servants staged a 24-hour strike on Tuesday, as the chancellor revealed his new Budget, in a bitter row over pay, pensions and conditions.
Three people have gone on trial accused of murdering a Dundee mum.
A schoolgirl blogger and charity fund raiser will meet the president of Malawi during a week of celebrations marking 200 years since the birth of explorer David Livingstone.
The number of people finding permanent jobs has fallen for the first time in six months, according to a new report.
A Scotland international cap given to late Rangers footballer Jim Baxter in the 1960s has been auctioned for £10,000.
Hotels in Aberdeen outperformed almost all of their UK competitors last year, according to new analysis.
Young British men are much more likely to commit violent crimes if they have served in the armed forces, a study has found.
A Fife school is helping to boost global education by twinning with a school in Bangladesh.
School pupils should be given the opportunity to both learn and debate about the independence referendum, MSPs have been told.
A conference with Nick Clegg, leader of the UK Liberal Democrats and Deputy Prime Minister, got underway in Dundee today (Friday).
A group of chimpanzees are exploring their very own garden. Blossom, Chippie, Copper, Rosie and Tupolo took turns to investigate the new addition to their island habitat in Blair Drummond Safari Park, Stirling. The garden will also give the chimp island a focal point for visitors when the park reopens on Saturday (March 16).
Police searching for a missing grandmother say they have found a body.
News Chancellor George Osborne could scrap a planned fuel duty rise in next week’s Budget was welcomed today by motoring groups.
Edinburgh Zoo’s new penguin enclosure is set to reopen to the public following a £750,000 revamp.
The grave of a medieval knight and the foundations of a monastery built by a former king of Scotland have been found under an Edinburgh car park.
Sales on Scotland’s high streets have increased for the third month in a row, new figures have revealed.
Angus businesses have been warned of new legislation that will affect their recycling procedures.
The National Museum of Scotland has entered a UK tourism industry top 10 list for the first time.
A father whose young son was shot dead in a cafe in Turkey said today he wanted to ensure the voice of victims is heard in crucial international talks on arms.
Fife Council’s health spokesman has demanded an end to the crisis facing the region’s social work service, as it struggles to emerge from a financial black hole.