Two men have been charged in connection with an attempted murder in Edinburgh.
Large quantities of drugs, tens of thousands of pounds in cash and weapons including a Samurai sword have been recovered in a county lines day of action by police.
A drive-in performance of a Christmas pantomime will tour outdoor venues across the UK.
Public health officials are investigating a coronavirus cluster at university student accommodation.
NHS Lothian is urging customers of a Midlothian pub to self-isolate after a cluster of coronavirus cases was identified.
Six people were arrested as police broke up 405 house parties across Scotland at the weekend in alleged breaches of coronavirus regulations.
Two men have been charged after a series of break-ins at businesses around Scotland.
Police have launched an attempted murder investigation after a man was attacked in the doorway of his home.
A new train service will be launched on Monday to connect Montrose and Edinburgh.
Skye was the setting for a visit from one of the most famous authors in the history of literature 90 years ago this summer.
A union claims production of some of the UK’s favourite biscuits will be halted at an Edinburgh factory as staff plan to stage a series of strikes in a pay dispute.
Protesters opposed to Covid-19 restrictions have gathered in their hundreds outside the Scottish Parliament.
Work on Edinburgh’s delayed children’s hospital will be completed in full in January, Health Secretary Jeane Freeman has said.
The Aberdeenshire railway line where three people were killed will not open to rail passengers again until October, Transport Secretary Michael Matheson has said.
The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo is to donate £340,000 to charities across the UK, despite this year’s shows being cancelled.
Labour’s shadow chancellor said it would be “completely inappropriate” for the Westminster party to try to oust Scottish leader Richard Leonard.
A man has appeared in court charged with driving offences after two women were hit by an off-road motorcycle which mounted the pavement.
A body has been found on Salisbury Crags in Edinburgh.
Scotland’s cultural and creative industries are facing a “cliff edge” when the furlough scheme and other financial support ends, MSPs have been told.
A fresh appeal has been launched five years after the rape of a young woman in Edinburgh.
Delays to plans for low-emission zones (LEZs) in Scottish cities show the Government is not serious about tackling air pollution, campaigners say.
There will only be 700 fans inside Murrayfield’s cavernous bowl on Friday night but Edinburgh’s Nick Haining will be making sure the one set of eyes he does not latch onto are those of Gregor Townsend.
A children’s hospital was delayed after a mistake in a spreadsheet several years previously was not amended, a report has found.
It was a time when the people of Aberdeen lived in terror of bodysnatchers – the grave robbers who would dig up your recently deceased loved ones to be dissected at the hands of anatomists and medical students.
A secondary school is asking pupils to wear face coverings as part of efforts to combat the spread of coronavirus.
A university in Edinburgh has agreed to halt compulsory redundancies after union members voted overwhelmingly to take strike action in response.
The National Museum of Scotland (NMS) is preparing to reopen after a five-month closure brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.
A Red Arrows flypast over Edinburgh for VJ Day was cancelled due to the cloudy weather in the Scottish capital.
Hundreds of NHS Scotland staff fell silent to remember colleagues lost during the coronavirus pandemic at a protest over pay in Glasgow city centre.
The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo is marking its 70th anniversary with a special tribute to its audiences.