More people should be benefiting from a planned transformation of social care, a new report has said.
Struggling or reluctant readers in 50 schools are to embark on a shared reading programme after a charity was awarded £20,000 in funding.
Police have appealed for help in tracing a missing man who may be partially clothed.
The Duke of Edinburgh is to make his first official appearance with the Queen since retiring from solo royal engagements by attending the opening of a new bridge.
A man has been jailed for attempting to smuggle approximately 10 kilos of cannabis through Edinburgh Airport.
An airline has launched a recruitment drive to fill more than 200 jobs at Edinburgh and Glasgow airports.
A man has died in a crash at Grampian Transport Museum.
ScotRail has become the best-performing large train operator in the UK, according to new figures.
An inquest jury has retired to consider its conclusions into the death of a man and his sister in a fatal flat stabbing.
A college journalism course is to be reviewed after a student with cerebral palsy was told he could not gain a qualification without shorthand.
A suitcase containing £6,500 worth of drugs has been handed in to police after someone picked it up by mistake on a bus.
A school girl is in a serious condition in hospital after being knocked down by a car.
Scotland's first curling academy has been opened to help build on recent Olympic success.
A man has been arrested after a teenager was allegedly seriously sexually assaulted in a vehicle which she got into thinking it was a taxi.
Twenty-one children have been taken to hospital following a crash involving a school bus and a car which left a driver seriously injured.
A family were rescued from a campervan after a river burst its banks and left them surrounded by water in the early hours.
More than a third of girls and young women feel pressurised to portray the "perfect life" online, according to new research.
A leading children's charity referred a record number of reports of child neglect to Scottish authorities last year.
A bus factory in Falkirk will help build 90 double deckers for export to Mexico as part of a £44 million deal, Prime Minister Theresa May will announce.
Thousands of people have called on the Scottish Government to be more ambitious in setting long-term climate targets.