Fife woman Rena Stewart and Dundonian Margery Forbes joined forces to translate Nazi tyrant Adolf Hitler's last will and testament.
The number of birds arriving in the care of the Scottish SPCA has soared by 825% on last year amid avian flu fears.
They are maps divided by 40 years, but they illustrate how the German and Russian military machines created detailed plans of Aberdeen and other prominent locations in the north-east of Scotland.
A second outbreak of bird flu has been confirmed in Scotland.
The Scottish SPCA is appealing for information after a dog was found shaved and dumped in the snow in Midlothian.
Nicola Sturgeon has insisted there is no wider issue with Scotland's vaccination programme, as she apologised for a botched appointment booking that saw an elderly woman collapse with suspected hypothermia.
Nicola Sturgeon has apologised after pensioners were forced to queue in freezing temperatures only to miss out on coronavirus vaccinations because appointments had been “double booked”.
Almost all older care home residents in Scotland have received their first dose of coronavirus vaccine, says the Scottish Government.
A 19-year-old student at St Andrews University has been charged after allegedly hosting a party “of up to 40 people” in halls of residence.
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.
Two men have been taken to hospital with serious injuries after an HGV crash in Fife.
MSPs have voiced concern about the “lack of transparency” regarding public cash given to the struggling BiFab yards.
A Fife family fear their 70-year-old grandmother could be taken from them at any moment, after being "left in the dark" by the Home Office over her deportation.
A hotelier has been jailed for two years for a £380,000 VAT fraud, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has said.
Motorists are facing difficult driving conditions with heavy snow falling in some parts of the country.
The Scottish Greens have promised to dig deep for votes after proposing billion-pound plans to tunnel under the Firth of Forth.
A body has been discovered on a farm in Fife.
The Scottish Parliament has voted against giving consent to the UK-EU trade bill, hours after it was approved in Westminster.
Artefacts belonging to the real-life Robinson Crusoe are to go on display in Fife.
On Friday afternoons, Christopher Stuchbury liked to bring a smile to people in need.
A man has been seriously injured as he was hit by a car while walking with a 10-year-old boy.
Ian Stewart was rarely in the public eye. As this weekend marks 35 years since the Scots musician died, Gayle Ritchie discovers he was revered as the “soul” of the Stones.
A number of residents have died amid a Covid-19 cluster at a care home, the local health board has said.
An inquiry into the collapse of engineering firm BiFab has moved one step closer, after the UK Government signalled support.
The collapse of Fife manufacturer Bifab should herald a "moratorium" on new offshore wind contracts, Labour and SNP MSPs say.
MSPs have condemned the Scottish Government's decision to end financial support for Bifab without "justifying" it legally.
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.