The funeral of Cardinal Keith O’Brien, formerly the Catholic Church’s most senior figure in Britain, is to be held in Newcastle next month.
A crackdown on disorderly motorcyclists in Edinburgh has seen more than 30 people arrested.
Two sweet shop workers were held at knifepoint during a “distressing” armed robbery.
A stolen tortoise has been returned to his home after being found in a park.
Rarely can one casual conversation in a swimming pool have generated such a response as Lizzie Simmonds’ last Friday afternoon.
Edinburgh Airport had its busiest February on record despite being the Beast from the East causing cancellations at the end of the month.
A museum dedicated to the history of childhood has reopened following its first makeover in 30 years.
A tree frog has hitched a lift from South Africa to Scotland in a suitcase.
The death of a man whose body was found on open ground in Edinburgh is being treated as “unexplained” by police.
Seven pioneering female 19th-century doctors have been remembered at a special event on International Women’s Day.
A consultation with businesses and local residents is to open over plans to extend Edinburgh’s tram network as a survey found the vast majority of residents are satisfied with current transport links.
A teacher who resurrected a school library and encouraged families to write a poetry book launched by the Deputy First Minister has won a national award for inspiring young readers.
A teenager who suffers almost daily seizures is recovering after undergoing a brain operation.
Work has started to turn historic buildings at the Palace of Holyroodhouse into a learning centre in a £10 million project.
Passengers on one of the country’s busiest commuter routes are facing overcrowding as ScotRail cuts the number of carriages on some rush-hour trains.
A red-footed tortoise has been stolen from a butterfly house in Midlothian.
A project to take 600 people out of homelessness by offering them a secure home is being launched by a social enterprise.
Sir Tom Jones, Rag’n’Bone Man and Kasabian will be among the headliners at a new festival in Scotland’s capital.
A motorist has been banned from the road and hit with a £1,000 fine after driving “like a mad man” at more than 110mph.
A former Dundee student continued to send his ex-girlfriend messages while he was being questioned by police after assaulting her.