MSPs have condemned the Scottish Government's decision to end financial support for Bifab without "justifying" it legally.
The results of facial reconstruction work carried out on the remains of a man found in an industrial estate in Fife have been released in a bid to identify him.
Money for Moray and Tay Cities region growth deals will be handed out over a 10-year period, it has been agreed.
Both the Scottish and UK governments will offer no further support for the BiFab yards, in what has been described as a "devastating blow" for workers.
Covid cases in north-east under close observation as Nicola Sturgeon maintains existing restrictions
Rising Covid cases in Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Perth and Kinross and Clackmannanshire are being closely monitored but there will be no tightening of restrictions for the time being, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
A Fife mother with terminal cancer will be able to take her children on a final holiday to Tenerife despite concerns that coronavirus travel restrictions would prevent her from getting to Edinburgh airport.
Police have advised the public not to approach a motorcyclist who has been missing since the weekend.
The Fife pottery owner Robert Heron employed an expert painter from Bohemia called Karel Nekola and began making Wemyss Ware in 1882. Named after the Wemyss family of Wemyss Castle, the high-quality hand-painted decoration made it a commercial success.
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.
Scotland must suppress coronavirus to be in the “best place” to enjoy qualifying for the delayed Euro 2020 Championship in the summer, the Deputy First Minister has said.
Staff were evacuated while firefighters tackled a blaze at an Amazon warehouse.
Three parts of Scotland have been moved into a tougher tier of coronavirus restrictions.
Investigations into deaths in police custody should be treated with the same urgency as homicide investigations, according to an independent review.
Coronavirus restrictions are "highly unlikely" to be significantly eased in any part of the country on Tuesday but "careful judgement" will be given to toughening up existing measures, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Despite travel between protection levels being discouraged, those who do will still not be fined or prosecuted.
The Scottish Government cannot legally provide any more financial support to the struggling BiFab yards, Economy Secretary Fiona Hyslop has said.
The father of a missing man has called on the public to help end his family’s “living hell” seven years on from the last known sighting of his son.
Nicola Sturgeon has said she is “heart sorry” for care home residents who have not been able to see their families for months, following an emotional plea from a 104-year-old woman.
A deal for Burntisland Fabrications (BiFab) to build structures for a £2 billion offshore wind farm has collapsed according to union leaders.
A woman has died two days after the car she was a passenger in hit a tree.
A woman is in a critical condition in hospital after a car she was a passenger in hit a tree.
It was back-breaking work for pickers who took the chance to earn extra income "tattie howkin'".
Police are appealing for information to help identify human remains found on an industrial estate in Fife.
RAF Lossiemouth has reopened to aircraft following a £75million refurbishment project of the base's runways.
A woman and two boys aged three and six have been taken to hospital after being hit by a car in Fife.
Animal welfare officers are investigating the death of two cats poisoned by antifreeze.
The Met Office has issued a warning for heavy rain has been issued for the weekend.
Unidentified human remains have been found on an industrial estate.
The Liberal Democrats can regain credibility and relevance by listening to people’s concerns during the coronavirus pandemic and not focusing on “distractions” such as Brexit and Scottish independence, Sir Ed Davey has said.
The new leader of the Liberal Democrats Sir Ed Davey said he will be “mucking in” with workers at Fife Zoo during his first visit to Scotland since his election.