The policing bill for a major climate change summit to be held in Glasgow next year could amount to “many tens of millions of pounds”, Police Scotland has warned.
A number of rail services to and from Aberdeen have been cancelled today following reports of an issue on the line.
More than 100 staff at a deep-cleaning firm will lose their jobs after the company went into liquidation.
The UK will host key United Nations climate talks in Glasgow in late 2020, the Government has said.
American rock band Green Day are to return to Scotland next year after a previous concert was cancelled due to bad weather.
The prison sentence for the teenager who abducted, raped and murdered Alesha MacPhail has been reduced by three years.
Former prime minister Gordon Brown has accused Boris Johnson of “hiding the information from the country” about the “devastating” impact of a no-deal Brexit.
Parliament should be debating the “devastating” consequences of a no-deal Brexit that could put lives at risk, instead of being suspended, former prime minister Gordon Brown has said.
A missing woman, last seen in Glasgow, may have links to the north-east.
A rescue system that can evacuate submariners from a stricken vessel is setting off to take part in a Nato exercise.
Aberdeen City Council has pledged its support for an initiative in support of HIV prevention, diagnosis and treatment.
Jeremy Corbyn has told Boris Johnson: “No way, it’s our Parliament,” at a rally against the PM’s plans to suspend Parliament.
Two people have been arrested after a protest against an Irish unity march sparked a riot in Glasgow.
Police have promised a ‘thorough and robust” inquiry after protesters against an Irish unity march sparked a riot in Glasgow.
A north-east man has been jailed for more than five years for his role in transporting more than £500,000 worth of class A drugs through his haulage firm.
A cat who swallowed a metal clip while stealing his favourite treat has made a full recovery after life-saving surgery.
Aberdeen rail passengers are facing delays this morning following the breakdown of the sleeper train.
A boy who was injured when he came into contact with overhead power lines on a railway track a week ago has died.
Rangers have been ordered to close a section of Ibrox for their forthcoming match against Legia Warsaw after Uefa ruled some of their fans were guilty of “racist behaviour” – a charge which incorporates sectarian singing.
A student has used 3D printing technology to create a model of a kidney that could be used to help train cancer surgeons.
A 12-year-old boy is in a critical condition in hospital after he received a severe electric shock on a railway track.
A number of north-east train services could be delayed this morning due to a signalling fault.
Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl was spotted with a bottle of Buckfast after playing a gig in Glasgow.
Users have racked up an incredible 13,000,000 steps, equating to 24,000 miles, with the average person walking 11 miles while doing the trail.
A former SNP MP jailed for embezzling more than £25,000 has been granted leave to appeal against her conviction – despite her pleading guilty.
A teenage girl who had an arm amputated to help cure her cancer has won a competition after learning to draw with her opposite hand.
A group of elderly residents at a care home have enjoyed living life in the fast lane on a day out on go-karts.
Glasgow has been selected to host a major UN climate change summit next year, if a UK bid is successful.
The sentencing of a man convicted of assaulting a toddler by putting her in a tumble dryer has been delayed for a background report.
A man convicted of assaulting a toddler by putting her in a tumble dryer will be sentenced on Thursday.