A play exploring the extremes of sectarianism has won one of the UK's most distinguished literary awards.
A woman was left feeling "embarrassed and violated" after having her skirt lifted while travelling on a train.
Part of a nursing home's roof has been left gutted after crews battled a fire for more than two-and-a-half hours.
A Scottish charity that pairs dogs with military veterans to help them to adjust to civilian life has been named the nation's favourite.
A second man has appeared in court over an alleged armed robbery at Gleneagles Hotel.
Police have urged a motorcyclist who mowed down a 10-year-old boy in a hit-and-run to "have a long hard look" at their actions and hand themselves in.
Two Conservative councillors have been allowed to return to the party after being suspended for offensive tweets.
Public spending in Scotland is "significantly vulnerable" to the impact of leaving the European Union (EU), experts have warned.
Two people have died in separate crashes in one day on Scotland's roads.
A scheme to encourage pupils to read more is being expanded to secondary schools.
The role of community pharmacies is to be extended under plans set out by the Scottish Government.
A man is in hospital with serious injuries after he was attacked by a man who insulted his partner as they walked along the Royal Mile.
Community leaders are inviting people to attend a free Big Picnic to celebrate the diversity of Glasgow's residents.
A rail operator has hailed a "historic shift" in travel patterns as more Scotland-London passengers choose train over plane than at any time in more than 20 years.
The average house price paid by home movers has surged by nearly £85,000 over the past five years, according to analysis from Lloyds Bank.
Childcare by relatives is saving Scottish families almost £3,000 a year, according to researchers.
Scotland's third sector received a major funding boost in the first half of 2017, with 46 charities sharing grants worth more than £830,000.
Businesses and councils are among the organisations being urged to join a new nationwide campaign to prevent littering and flytipping.
Scottish Transport Minister Humza Yousaf has claimed "nobody can hold a candle" to Scotland's bridges after unveiling a plaque commemorating the Forth Bridge's world heritage status.
Police have said they are concerned about the welfare of a man who has been reported missing in Angus.