Big round of applause to Ross Smyth who was flying the flag for Scotland on MasterChef this week.
The Royal Highland Show has been cancelled for the second year running due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Scotland’s top doctor has said Covid-19 vaccinations may be a staple “in the coming years”, although he could not say who may need to receive booster jabs.
One man was responsible for two sex attacks carried out in Edinburgh more than five years ago, Police Scotland have said.
Cars could be largely banned from George Street in Edinburgh as part of plans to open up the historic thoroughfare for pedestrians and cyclists.
Members of the public are being invited to have their say on the future of Edinburgh’s Christmas and Hogmanay celebrations.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said she would be “making it up” if she gave a specific date for the end of Covid-19 restrictions.
A man has been arrested in connection with several sexual offences which took place in the west of Edinburgh, including the sexual assault of a teenage girl.
The largest-ever research project into the treatment of people with so-called “face blindness” has been launched.
A 15-year-old boy has been taken to hospital after being seriously assaulted in Livingston. Police were called to Ogilvie Way at 5.20pm on Thursday, where the teenager was found injured. He was was taken to the Royal Hospital for Sick Children in Edinburgh for treatment. Police say inquires are ongoing.
Two people have been charged in connection with human trafficking offences in Glasgow.
Edinburgh head coach Richard Cockerill believes their new stadium will allow them to build something special after construction work was completed.
Three people have been arrested and charged in connection with human trafficking offences.
Nicola Sturgeon has said it takes “all her power” not to “use expletives” after an alleged breach of Covid-19 regulations at Rangers.
Travellers flying directly into Scotland on international flights have to self-isolate for 10 days in a quarantine hotel room, under new regulations taking effect on Monday.
Dental students forced to repeat their final year will be given a bursary by the Scottish Government.
The proportion of students from state schools entering UK universities has remained almost unchanged for the past five years, despite a continuing push to boost numbers.
The Met Office has forecast extreme cold temperatures as most of Scotland is expected to remain below freezing on Wednesday.
Parts of Scotland reached as low as nearly minus 18 Celsius (minus 0.4F) on Monday night, as the country faced Storm Darcy.
Travel across Scotland has been disrupted after a snow warning was updated from yellow to amber across the central belt.
Disruption to travel is set to worsen as an upgraded amber warning has been put in force across central Scotland.
Edinburgh residents have described how the city was plunged into a “blackout” following a power outage.
The Army has begun giving people Covid-19 jabs at a mass vaccination centre at the Royal Highland Centre just outside Edinburgh.
Plans to tackle short-term lets are "damaging and misguided" and will "undoubtedly" lead to the closure of B&Bs, say tourism bosses in the north.
A metro system in Glasgow and a mass transit system in Edinburgh form part of the Scottish Government’s vision for the future of transport.
The military is to start administering the coronavirus vaccine in Scotland for the first time.
A Scottish Parliament committee has voted in favour of proposals to introduce a licensing system for short-term lets, as well as plans for “control areas” to limit their spread.
It was a low-key start to a global phenomenon: a small advertisement in The Scotsman on March 27 1871, promoting an "International Football Match".
Six deaths from coronavirus have been recorded in Scotland in the past 24 hours as the next stage of the vaccine rollout is due to start on Monday.
Six hillwalkers have been charged amid coronavirus restrictions over the last two months, according to Police Scotland.