A number of notable people from the north of Scotland including a bishop, a sheriff and a zoology professor are among the hundreds of new names in the 2019 edition of Who’s Who.
Assaults on Scottish emergency service workers have reached a three-year high.
From cosy little pubs where indie bands play acoustic sets to nightclubs and karaoke bars, music and culture are at the heart and soul of any city.
More than £1 million of tax has been recovered in Scotland following a major crackdown on the country’s rogue puppy farmers.
Emergency service workers across Scotland are bracing themselves for the busiest night of the year tonight - with more than 12,000 calls expected.
The founder of a chronic pain support group has criticised a top health chief for his position on strong painkillers, claiming they are crucial for helping people deal with the "ongoing torture of daily life”.
£150,000 put forward for neurodegenerative research gives hope for Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s patients
Scientists leading the fight against degenerative brain conditions such as Alzheimer’s and multiple sclerosis will benefit from a new £150,000 funding pot.
St Andrews University staff call for ban on illegal fishing nets to save world’s most endangered porpoise
Researchers at a Scottish university have warned that one of the most critically endangered animals in the world could be rendered extinct by the end of the year if illegal fishing nets aren't banned.
Campaigners fighting for the “countless” women across Scotland who have been injured by mesh implants will meet the first minister today in a bid to make the Scottish Government take action.
Everyone has seen the majesty of the Northern Lights, but few have seen it from space.
New campaign urges children to make sure their pals aren’t being neglected during the summer holidays
A national crime prevention charity is urging youngsters to ensure their pals aren’t victims of neglect over the summer holidays.
A rare astronomical alignment will create a super-large, blood-red moon on Sunday night - and the north-east of Scotland could be one of the best places to see it in the UK.
This Friday will bring the best chance for stargazers across the north-east to see the spectacle of a newly-discovered comet before it begins its final exit of our solar system for the next 11,000 years.
Scottish television viewers are more dissatisfied with the output of the BBC than people from any other part of the UK.
Lifeboat crews from across the north-east have marked the end of another successful year of saving lives at sea and supporting communities inland in the aftermath of Storm Desmond and Storm Frank.
A man has died this afternoon when he was hit by a train.
The first ever campaign targeting the perpetrators of human trafficking and sexual exploitation in Scotland has been launched today.
Police, coastguard and lifeboat teams have resumed a major search for an 18-year-old man who was reported missing close to sea cliffs yesterday afternoon.
A rape charity has criticised former first minister Alex Salmond for his response to allegations of sexual harassment.
Keen stargazers will enjoy a view of a meteor shower caused by the tail end of Halley's comet tonight - providing the skies stay clear enough for them to see the spectacle.
Around one in five of Scotland's public payphones will be removed as part of new money saving measures by BT.
Explosions and sonar pulses used in one of Europe's largest war games could be having a serious impact on the welfare of whales and dolphins in Scottish waters.
A dashboard camera has caught a meteor lighting up the skies of a Scottish town as it burned through the Earth's atmosphere.
A train has collided with a vehicle this evening in West Lothian.
An RSPB research project has revealed the precise movements and behaviours of endangered Scottish seabirds for the first time.
New research by a conservation charity has highlighted the potential risk to tourism posed by industrial developments such as windfarms encroaching on Scotland’s scenic landscapes.
Wimbledon champion Andy Murray has proposed to Kim Sears, his partner of more than nine years.
Acid attack convictions in Scotland could carry life sentences in Scotland, following a crackdown on the use of corrosive substances.
Scottish motorists could be wasting millions of pounds a year by sticking to outdated fuel saving driving techniques, according to a leading energy organisation.
Weather warnings have been issued and Scotland could be battered by winds of up to 60mph this evening as Storm Ewan sweeps across the UK.
Tony Blair's former spin doctor has revealed how he tried to help a tearful Charles Kennedy win his desperate battle with alcoholism.
The stormy weather battering the north of Scotland has been estimated to continue throughout the rest of winter into 2016.