A Scottish Conservative MP has warned that axing The Black Watch would sever the local links that ensure Britain boasts the "best army in the world".
Last week all political eyes were focused on the latest instalment of the No 10 soap opera ‘Who’s Who in the Zoo?’
Scottish prosecutors have been asked to make “immediate” contact with Joe Biden’s office to try to uncover the truth about the CIA’s “torture flights”.
Rules on the sale of alcohol in pubs could be reviewed if social distancing measures are repeatedly breached, Deputy First Minister John Swinney has warned.
Some pundits have claimed the spectacular failure of Ally MacLeod’s football team in Argentina more than four decades ago was a factor in Scotland failing to secure devolution in the 1979 referendum.
Boris Johnson’s chief adviser, Dominic Cummings, is expected to leave his job by the end of the year, in the wake of reports of a bitter power struggle between some of the prime minister's closest allies.
Michael Gove has rejected claims independence is now the "settled will of the Scottish people".
Islands Minister Paul Wheelhouse has acknowledged charging for parking at ferry terminals can be viewed as discriminatory and damaging to Scotland’s most isolated communities.
Nicola Sturgeon has said it is a concern that coronavirus tracers were unable to contact more than 3,500 Scots who tested positive for the disease but insisted the country's Test and Protect system was not to blame.
The foodies of Aberdeen have spoken - here are the top 10 places to eat and drink in the city, according to customers.
Nicola Sturgeon defended Covid-19 restrictions in place across the north of Scotland as the country recorded its highest daily death toll from the virus in six months.
All students returning home from university for Christmas will be offered a new "30-minute" test for coronavirus before travelling, but no plans have been confirmed for their New Year return.
A decision will be made by mid-February on whether Higher and Advanced Higher exams will take place next year.
Black, Asian and minority ethnic officers are quitting Police Scotland because of the way they are treated, a damning new report has warned.
Scientists are racing to develop and test a new Covid-19 vaccine that could prevent nine out of 10 people getting the virus.
The foodie favourite event has been extended to run over two weeks, and the public are eating it up.
Alister Jack has claimed he was being "jocular" when he suggested there should be no new independence referendum for 40 years regardless of the outcome of next year's Holyrood elections.
Mark Reynolds, who owns the Piggery-Smokery, based in the Alford area, launched the campaign last month and smashed its target of £22,500.
An attempt by MSPs to obtain material related to Alex Salmond’s criminal trial has been rejected by prosecutors.
Fife, Angus and Perth and Kinross Council areas will move into level three coronavirus restrictions this Friday, after a dramatic increase in cases.
Nicola Sturgeon called for new Scottish Government harassment policy to include former ministers two days after one of Alex Salmond’s accusers met with one of her close aides, it has emerged.
Scots should be offered not one but two further referenda on independence, former prime minister John Major has said.
Coronavirus restrictions are "highly unlikely" to be significantly eased in any part of the country on Tuesday but "careful judgement" will be given to toughening up existing measures, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Nicola Sturgeon has described the prospect of an effective coronavirus vaccine as a "ray of hope in a pretty dark tunnel" but cautioned any treatment may not provide a "way out" of current restrictions until next year.
Douglas Ross has said politicians should be focusing on saving lives and jobs instead of “constitutional division”, after a poll suggested most Scots favoured indyref2 if pro-independence parties win a majority next year.
Joe Biden’s election victory in the US could offer a glimmer of hope that the truth about CIA “torture flights” to Scottish airports might finally be revealed.
Nicola Sturgeon should spearhead a new taskforce to turbocharge the drive towards a “green recovery” from the pandemic, a group of MSPs has said.
Alex Salmond has been criticised by MSPs for a delay in submitting written evidence to the Holyrood committee investigating the handling of harassment complaints against him.
The fallout from the Alex Salmond inquiry could cause "significant damage" to the SNP as it pushes for a new Scottish independence referendum, a leading polling expert has warned.
Despite travel between protection levels being discouraged, those who do will still not be fined or prosecuted.