The Islamic State terror group has claimed that the Westminster attacker was one of its “soldiers”.
Police were called after a woman was reportedly found sleepwalking in the fruit and veg aisle of an Aberdeen supermarket.
A child rapist from Aberdeen has been jailed for 15 years after subjecting four girls to a catalogue of horrifying abuse.
When it comes to packing, many of us face the inevitable question ‘Do I really need this?’
Once dubbed the workshop of the world, Britain still has a fine record of engineering and one such concern has more than once been involved in tractors.
The Scottish Government could struggle to recruit the skilled staff needed to implement new financial powers, according to a report.
A Syrian artist now living in Scotland as a refugee has donated work to a charity auction as a thank-you to those who have helped him.
Nicola Sturgeon has said Scotland feels a sense of solidarity with the people of London in the wake of the terrorist attack at Westminster.
The number of child sex offences recorded by Scottish police rose to an all-time high last year to an average of nearly 12 a day, according to a charity.
Scotland manager Gordon Strachan claimed their 1-1 draw against Canada was "invaluable" for his team selection ahead of Sunday's crucial game against Slovenia.
Scotland were held to a 1-1 draw by Canada in Edinburgh.
Ikechi Anya heard the boos from the Tartan Army following the 1-1 draw with Canada at Easter Road but is confident Scotland will get it right when it matters against Slovenia.
World leaders have condemned the terror attack outside the Houses of Parliament that ended in the deaths of four people.
The Westminster terror attack has claimed its fourth innocent victim, as police confirmed that a 75-year-old man has died in hospital.
A suspended vote on a possible second Scottish independence referendum will take place next Tuesday, Holyrood has confirmed.
The state pension age should increase to 68 by 2039 and the triple lock guarantee should be scrapped during the next Parliament, an independent review recommends.
It's frustrating that, in tackling the Calais jungle, a world that, until October last year, teemed with all the pain, despair, hope and opportunity a captivating story would need, Pooja Puri's The Jungle fails to wallop you.
An emergency care unit at a hospital in Caithness has fully reopened.
A popular fundraising event will return to the north-east after taking a year-long hiatus.
A regular offender who admitted running into the middle of a road in front of a vehicle and then violently struggling with police has been remanded in custody.