Former Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale will not be suspended by the party over her decision to take “an unauthorised leave of absence” to appear on a reality TV show.
The Duke of Cambridge has spoken about how his love of motorcycles had been put “on the back-burner” because of his growing family.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a number of cars were vandalised in Huntly.
Financial wire Alliance News is gearing up for further growth after securing investment from two European media organisations.
The deaths of three motorsport fans at a rally in the Scottish Borders might have been avoided, a sheriff has ruled as he found safety checks at the event were "weak" and "inadequate".
More than 24,000 Scots were hospitalised because of their drinking last year, with people from the most deprived areas nearly eight times more likely to need that kind of help than those in the most affluent areas.
A construction worker fatally injured on the new Queensferry Crossing may have died as a result of a "freak accident", a probe has heard.
An elderly woman in a wheelchair had a four-figure sum of money stolen in a "despicable crime" after visiting a bank.
Transport police have seized more than £160,000 worth of drugs during arrests at Scottish stations.
Less than 7% of overall NHS spending went to family doctors last year, new figures have revealed.
Extreme action will be taken if allegations that a British man arrested in India has been tortured by police are true, a Foreign Office minister has suggested.
A sickness bug has struck down 70 pupils – and also staff – at an Inverness Primary School, forcing it to shut for the rest of the week.
George Groves’ WBA super-middleweight title defence against Chris Eubank Jnr will take place at the Manchester Arena on February 17.
When the Philadelphia 76ers signed young Australian Ben Simmons to their roster, they had the perfect idea for a marketing promotion: adding meat pies to the menus at their concession stands.
A badger has been released back into the wild after getting stuck in the bottom of an empty concrete sewage tank.
Harry Fry insists he would not swap American for any other horse in the Ladbrokes Trophy after seeing his charge enjoy a racecourse gallop at Newbury on Tuesday morning.
An investigation into alleged data manipulation at a forensics laboratory has identified more than 10,000 cases which “may have been affected”, the National Police Chiefs’ Council has said.
An MP has shared an unpleasant Christmas card he received on Twitter.
The detective leading one of the country’s biggest inquiries into historical sexual and physical abuse was “very confident” more former staff members of a detention centre will be prosecuted for allegedly preying on teenage inmates.