Edinburgh has risen eight places in the global rankings for expatriate rental accommodation, according to new figures.
Medical staff have booked hundreds of nights at a hotel offering them free rooms and meals during the coronavirus pandemic.
Artificial intelligence experts in Scotland are working on what is believed to be the world’s first multi-user conversational robot for healthcare.
Scotland’s largest cities have drawn up plans to help and protect homeless people during the Covid-19 outbreak.
Funerals will be restricted to immediate family members, weddings are being cancelled and gatherings of more than two people are being banned as Scotland is put into lockdown.
Alex Salmond has been acquitted of attempted rape and a series of sexual assaults, including one with intent to rape.
The jury in the trial of Alex Salmond has resumed deliberations on a verdict.
Two women are in hospital with serious injuries after they were hit by an off-road motorcycle which mounted the pavement on a city street.
Jurors will return to court on Monday to continue considering their verdicts in the trial of former first minister Alex Salmond.
Work has begun on a 30-tonne wave machine which is scheduled to be deployed in Orkney this autumn.
Jurors have retired to consider their verdicts in the trial of former first minister Alex Salmond on sexual assault allegations.
Britain’s biggest vaping chain has vowed to keep its shops open amid the coronavirus crisis to stop ex-smokers turning back to cigarettes and is urging the Government not to close vape retailers in a lockdown.
Alex Salmond could have been a “better man” but is not guilty of sexual offences, his lawyer has told jurors at his trial.
Projects to restore native oyster beds and improve a whale trail are among those sharing in £1.33 million of lottery funding.
Leith has been named Scotland’s best place to live after being described “as a breath of fresh air”.
Swedish furniture and home accessories giant IKEA is temporarily shutting across the UK for safety precautions amid coronavirus spread.
One of Scotland’s busiest airports is to close some areas as it predicts “zero or close to zero passenger demand” during the coronavirus outbreak.
Aberdeen's Social Bite cafe will join forces with other groups across Scotland to create a nationwide food delivery service.
An inspector on a train arriving into Edinburgh was assaulted in a dispute over a ticket, police have said.
Alex Salmond has told a court that a woman who has accused him of attempted rape had been among his “biggest cheerleaders” until he did not help her with a political project.
Libraries, museums and leisure centres in some parts of the country are shutting as a precaution amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Alex Salmond has told a court he had a “consensual sexual liaison” with a woman who alleges he tried to rape her.
Alex Salmond has told a court he believes some of the allegations against him have been “deliberate fabrications for a political purpose”.
The Scottish Parliament has announced it will suspend public engagements due to the “extremely challenging circumstances” caused by the coronavirus outbreak.
A pair of teenagers have been charged with starting a fire at an Edinburgh school, police said.
A fire at an Edinburgh school and two assaults in the area may be linked, police have said.
Alex Salmond impersonated a zombie before sexually assaulting an SNP worker, a jury has been told.
A former civil servant in the Scottish Government said she felt “mortified” and “demeaned” after Alex Salmond grabbed her buttocks during a photograph, a court has heard.
A golf club considered to be the world’s oldest is to allow women members for the first time in what has been described as a historic vote.
Women were stopped from working alone with Alex Salmond in Bute House – the first minister’s official residence – after an alleged sexual assault, a jury has heard.