Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick has switched on the Christmas tree lights outside New Scotland Yard.
A Dundee fashion show has raised thousands of pounds for homeless people.
The pupils who attend the Diane Lambert School of Highland Dancing are wee stars on and off the dance floor.
Malala Yousafzai will visit Edinburgh next year to mark the launch of Social Bite’s 2019 campaign.
Fatboy Slim has ditched his famous moniker as he walks the length of a marathon at a snail’s pace to raise money for charity.
Richard Hammond says he is “ridiculously lucky” to have his career and health.
Eleven members of EQ Chartered Accountants’ Dundee, Forfar and Cupar offices collectively covered more than 43 miles on the “Maggie’s to Maggie’s walk” from Maggie’s Fife in Kirkcaldy to Maggie’s Dundee, raising £750.
He has trekked in some of the world’s most inhospitable places and climbed some of the planet’s highest mountains.
A children’s charity has launched a campaign to double the number of youngsters it supports over the next five years.
Oor Wullie is to appear in hundreds of places across Scotland to raise money for children’s charities.
A Belgian acid attack survivor is trying to force a change in European law on the sale of corrosive liquids by launching a video campaign.
A fleet of classic E-type Jaguar cars have set off on a 4,000-mile drive to raise funds for a cancer charity.
The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo has announced it will donate £1 million across 13 charities after another sell-out year.
Youth mentoring charity Breakthrough Dundee is celebrating its first year of supporting young people by rolling out at four new secondary schools.
The Link Up project in Whitfield has been awarded more than £163,000 by the Big Lottery Fund Scotland.
The RSPCA has been given an official warning by the charity watchdog after a reported six-figure pay-off to a former chief executive.
A woman is running the length of the British Isles to raise money for a hospice care charity.
Brace yourselves as a horde of zombies are set to return to Dundee for the seventh year running.
A group of cyclists have completed a 400-mile ride from Tayside to Cheshire to raise money for a charity which aims to develop a cure for a rare disease.
The Dundee Rep is strapping on its sgian-dubh and sporran for a special ceilidh in aid of a “hugely influential” former worker undergoing cancer treatment abroad.