The Scottish and Welsh governments have published amendments to key Brexit legislation, stating they are necessary to "respect the hard-won devolution settlements".
Employers are being urged to sign up to an initiative encouraging their workforce to walk a mile a day to improve their health.
Firefighters are tackling a large blaze at a recycling centre in Bo'ness.
Members of the Nestrans board unanimously agreed to commission a feasibility study to improve disabled access at a North-east train station.
An industry long regarded as one of the most hazardous in Scotland has gone a full year without a fatality.
Armed police patrols are being stepped up across Scotland as the UK is placed on the highest terror alert following the London Underground train bombing.
A woman has claimed she was abused at an orphanage run by nuns where the bodies of hundreds of children were "buried" in a mass grave.
The first high-speed train has arrived in Scotland ahead of the new services being rolled out next year.
A body found on an island beach is that of a missing German man, police have confirmed.
A new mother who was diagnosed with cancer when her son was just eight months old is backing a campaign urging people to stand up to the disease.
Deaths from Alzheimer's disease have risen by a third in the last year, with campaigners warning the "alarming" increase is placing a "heavy strain" on the NHS and care services.
Scotland's unemployment rate has fallen to 3.8%, the lowest of the UK nations, official figures show.
Warnings of heavy rain have been issued for some parts of Scotland as Storm Aileen sweeps across the country.
New charging points for electric cars are to be rolled out at North-east railway stations by the end of the year.
Children and young people have the right to contribute their views to the Brexit negotiations and should be given meaningful opportunities to do so, according to campaigners.
The latest house price figures for the UK were released today.
Scientists have grown three dimensional bone cells in the laboratory in a breakthrough development that could help "transform the lives" of patients.
The first named storm of the year, Storm Aileen, is set to bring winds of up 75 miles per hour to parts of the UK this week, the Met Office said.
A weapon attack which left a man seriously injured is being treated as attempted murder.
A former company director has avoided jail over a £210,000 fraud that saw him use counterfeit labels to send fish products for sale overseas.
A mum today described the terrifying moment she rescued her two young children as a fire ripped through her North-east home.
Nicola Sturgeon has called for a new cross-party consensus on boosting the powers of Holyrood in the face of Brexit "threatening the underpinning principle" of devolution.
Brexit could have a “devastating impact” on Camphill communities in Scotland supporting people with learning disabilities, according to a report from the charity.
Aberdeen's Rachel Corsie has been announced as the new captain of the Scotland Women’s National Team with Mintlaw’s Kim Little taking up the position of vice-captain.
A man has been charged with murder in connection with a death in Fife.
The bodies of hundreds of children who died at an orphanage run by nuns are believed to be buried in a mass grave, a BBC and Sunday Post investigation has uncovered.
Overgrown hedges are causing some residents in Scotland to "live in the shadows" and the Government should tighten legislation to prevent this, MSPs have said.
To celebrate its 30th anniversary, one of Scotland’s theatrical classics is set to build up a head of steam.
Former First Minister Alex Salmond has said that membership of the European Free Trade Area (EFTA) would guarantee that an independent Scotland will not be made "relatively poorer by full English Brexit."
The number of cases involving a child committing a sexual offence against another child aged 17 or under reported to prosecutors has risen by more than a third in four years.