An Aberdeen-based organisation is helping students in Edinburgh to progress from university to industry.
A university has recalled students on exchange programmes in Hong Kong as civil unrest continues.
Former Catalan minister Clara Ponsati has been released on bail after appearing in court in Edinburgh as Spanish authorities seek her extradition.
Former Catalan minister Clara Ponsati has been arrested and will appear in court in Edinburgh as Spanish authorities seek her extradition.
Scottish craft beer maker Innis & Gunn has announced plans to secure a major cash injection to drive proposals for a new Edinburgh brewery.
A Scottish Labour candidate has stepped down after a controversial blog emerged in which she compared Israel to a child abuser.
A former Catalan minister who is facing extradition from Scotland to Spain will no longer hand herself in to police this week amid questions over the arrest warrant.
More than two thirds of hotel industry investors say Brexit has made regional UK cities less attractive.
Nicola Sturgeon has said she is not concerned about alienating Brexit-supporting SNP voters by adopting a pro-EU stance in the upcoming General Election.
Jeremy Corbyn has said a new Scottish independence referendum is “not necessary or desirable”.
People in pubs and on the street are talking about Jo Swinson and believe she is the future, according to the Scottish Liberal Democrats.
Nicola Sturgeon is to demand the power to stage a second Scottish independence referendum just days after December’s general election – with the First Minister saying she believes Jeremy Corbyn will agree to grant it.
Rudimental have been confirmed to join DJ Mark Ronson on the bill for Edinburgh’s Hogmanay celebrations this year.
Proposed rail improvements could slash journey times between Aberdeen and the Central Belt by up to 24 minutes, it has been revealed.
The time it takes to sell properties in UK cities has hit a three-year high as Brexit uncertainty continues to strangle the housing market.
Services heading to and from Aberdeen have been delayed or cancelled this morning.
A restaurant in Edinburgh has introduced a “split bill” arrangement for customers dining there on a first date.
Rail services in the north-east are disrupted this morning after a train was delayed by "slippery rails".
Edinburgh Zoo have revealed their newest arrivals are two boys and a girl.
A man who claimed he would be killed if he did not recover a gun has been jailed for five-and-a-half years after police found the illegal weapon.
A woman discovered she has breast cancer after spotting an unusual heat coming from her chest on a thermal imaging camera at an Edinburgh tourist attraction.
A court hearing has been set for next month in the case against former first minister Alex Salmond, who faces attempted rape and sexual assault charges.
Former First Minister Alex Salmond is set to appear in the High Court on sexual assault charges next month.
Judges at Scotland’s highest civil court are waiting to see if Boris Johnson fully complies with the Benn Act in seeking a Brexit extension before making a decision on whether he has broken the law.
Judges are set to decide whether the unsigned letter sent by Boris Johnson asking for a Brexit extension from the EU complied with the Benn Act, or if the Prime Minister is in contempt of court.
September saw the 80th anniversary of the Second World War evacuation programme. Planning for Operation Pied Piper began in the summer of 1938 by the Government’s Anderson Committee.
A legal bid arguing Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal was unlawful has been rejected by a judge.
An enzyme has been found which scientists believe could prevent a group of infections blamed for 500,000 deaths each year worldwide.
The Brexit agreement Prime Minister Boris Johnson has claimed is a “great new deal” is unlawful and should not be considered by Parliament, a court has heard.
A legal bid arguing Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal is unlawful and attempting to prevent it being voted on by MPs is set to be heard at Scotland’s highest civil court.