A tenants union is delivering 100 postcards to the SNP, calling on it to focus on rent controls ahead of the party’s annual conference.
A man has been charged with murder after the death of a two-year-old boy in Edinburgh.
The City of Edinburgh Council’s services have improved over the last four years but more can be done to improve the lives of residents, according to Scotland’s spending watchdog.
A large piece of machinery is on fire at Leith Docks, with a huge plume of smoke billowing above the Edinburgh port.
The first public coronavirus screening centre at an airport in Scotland has opened.
Great British Bake Off champion Peter Sawkins has described his win as an “absolute dream”.
Fans of The Great British Bake Off have reacted with joy tonight as Peter Sawkins was crowned as the winner of the show, becoming the first Scot to do so.
Peter Sawkins has been crowned the youngest ever winner of The Great British Bake Off.
A two-year-old boy who died in Edinburgh on Saturday has been named by police as Julius Czapla.
A two-year-old boy has died after being found seriously injured at a property in Edinburgh.
A mother with cancer will be allowed to go on a “final holiday” with her children despite Scotland’s travel ban, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
The Scottish Government has defended its policy on schools and the shut-down of hospitality during the second wave of the pandemic.
Scotland’s Deputy First Minister has said it is “very, very unlikely” people will be stopped by police under new coronavirus travel restrictions but the new measures will send a “clear signal” to the public.
One in four people say the pandemic will have a negative effect on their mental health in the future, according to new research.
A Silicon Valley technology company is to create up to 70 research and development roles in Edinburgh as it expands its presence in Europe.
Nicola Sturgeon has insisted three new coronavirus testing laboratories will be ready by the end of the year.
Animal welfare officers are attempting to trace the owner of a pigeon found on a bus.
An inquiry into two of Scotland’s newest hospitals has reached a “significant milestone” as it invites applications from people or organisations that want to be core participants in it, its chairman has said.
A teenager has been sexually assaulted by a man in a mask in Edinburgh.
Significant easing of coronavirus restrictions this week is “highly unlikely” as Nicola Sturgeon gets set to announces changes at Holyrood.
Stroke patients in Scotland will start to benefit this year from a new service that aims to reduce the risk of long-term disability, the Scottish Government has said.
The Edinburgh Trams extension remains within its £207 million budget despite construction being paused earlier this year, a report says.
New research has provided some clues as to where Britain’s first black Army officer may have been laid to rest, after it was initially thought his body was lost in a field in the Somme.
A hit-and-run collision has left a six-year-old boy in hospital with facial injuries.
Riot police were called out as around 200 youths threw fireworks and bottles during a disturbance on Bonfire Night.
Firefighters dealt with more than 500 bonfires on Thursday, with some crews attacked as they responded to incidents.
Images offering a portrait of the nation during the coronavirus pandemic will feature in an exhibition at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery when it reopens this weekend.
MasterChef: The Professionals: Who is Ross Burgees, the Edinburgh care home chef originally from Moray appearing in this series?
Ross Burgees, who grew up in Moray, says starring on MasterChef: The Professionals is a "dream come true", despite coronavirus restrictions proving challenging.
A group of activists have ended their week of action calling for the end of wildlife persecution in Scotland by protesting in some of the country’s cities.
The youngest winner of the Scottish Album of the Year (SAY) Award has picked up her prize in an online ceremony – while self-isolating after a positive coronavirus test.