Green MSPs will only back the minority SNP government's budget plans if ministers adopt a "more progressive approach" to taxation, Finance Secretary Derek Mackay has been told.
An arrest has been made over the death of a man in Dundee.
Casual NFL fans may be surprised to see the Los Angeles Rams rocking up to play the Arizona Cardinals at Twickenham this weekend.
The death toll from a suicide bombing at a Shia mosque in the Afghan capital Kabul has risen to 39, with another 41 people wounded.
The Church of England is to debate holding blessings for same-sex couples for the first time.
The Golden State Warriors had to rally from 15 points down in the first half to get their first win of the NBA season as the reigning champions beat the New Orleans Pelicans 128-120.
Speed limits could be raised up to 60mph through roadworks as Highways England looks to combat congestion and lessen the impact of repairs.
A young woman and man who vanished in Joshua Tree National Park in southern California during the summer died in a murder-suicide, authorities said.
National Trust members are voting on proposals to ban legal “trail hunting” on the organisation’s land.
A well-known face in the agricultural and business communities of the north-east has been crowned winner of this year’s Royal Northern Agricultural Society (RNAS) public award.
A second teenager has appeared in court accused of murdering a man in a knife attack outside Parsons Green Tube station.
A “no-deal” Brexit would be a big step down and would hit Britain harder than the European Union, a former World Trade Organisation (WTO) deputy director general has said.
Gale force winds are expected to cause widespread disruption as Storm Brian batters Britain and Ireland less than a week after ex-hurricane Ophelia wreaked havoc.
Scottish tenant farmers and landlords are being encouraged to participate in a survey gathering views and experiences of the conduct of land agents.
Some of the UK’s busiest airports have hiked parking charges for drivers collecting passengers, according to a new study.
There was further criticism for the embattled senior figures at the head of the Football Association on Friday in the wake of their appearance before the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport committee.
While Saturday’s front pages offer up a mixed bag of news, Brexit is still top of the agenda for some of the papers.
The re-introduction of sporting rates to Scotland comes after a 22-year break. This is the subject of many inquiries received by the union’s Highland regional manager, Ian Wilson.
Exactly 200 years after Scots inventor James Small began his pioneering work to develop the modern plough the Scottish Ploughing Championships held its first contest.
A record entry of hill type North Country Cheviot rams will go under the hammer at Dingwall Mart next week.