The late Hamish Henderson will be honoured in the Scottish Parliament next week with a debate and a reception recognising him as one of the “most brilliant Scots of his age”.
Labour’s plans to transition from oil and gas will be the “polar opposite” of the Conservative move away from coal in the 1980s, Richard Leonard said.
John Campbell Brown, who has died suddenly aged 72, was one of the many people whose interest in astronomy was piqued by tuning in to the grainy TV pictures of Patrick Moore on The Sky at Night.
A 75-year-old great-grandmother who took part in the Bear Grylls survival show Treasure Island has said she hopes she will inspire other older women.
A preliminary hearing for a fatal accident inquiry (FAI) into a helicopter crash that claimed four lives will be held next month.
During the Cold War that once appeared to threaten the world with destruction, a windswept radar station played a key role in keeping the UK safe.
TRNSMT is “on the cusp of selling out” as Glasgow city centre prepares for the third year of the festival.
Trade in pubs has withstood the lowering of the drink-drive limit in Scotland, new research suggests.
A multi-agency search for a missing man resumed this morning after a boat capsized in a Scottish loch.
A helicopter crash which killed 10 people could have been prevented if the pilot had followed emergency procedures relating to low fuel warnings, an inquiry has found.
Conventional fillings may not be the best way of tackling decay in children’s teeth, new research suggests.
Lorraine Kelly urged women to “inspire the next generation” as she accepted a surprise award celebrating her 35 years in broadcasting.
A north-east geologist has been honoured for more than four decades of work in China.
UK Government policies could “inhibit” Scotland from reaching its climate change target, Roseanna Cunningham has claimed.
The Ministry of Defence has been condemned for a “dismal” failure to dispose of obsolete nuclear-powered submarines.
A raging son smashed up his dad's new girlfriend's car with a hammer because he thought his dad was try to engineer a meeting between him and his new lover.
Mark Ronson has been named as the headline act for the next Hogmanay celebrations in Edinburgh.
Another Royal National Mod has drawn to a close. Our photographer Sandy McCook was in Glasgow to capture all the excitement. Enjoy this bumper gallery of his best photographs from across the week. And for all our coverage by reporter Michelle Henderson, videos and results, click here.
David Cameron sought support from the Queen during the Scottish independence referendum campaign after a poll predicting a Yes victory “panicked” him, the ex-prime minister has said.
Oban’s ninth winter festival got under way this weekend with organisers saying the town is buzzing and the event looks set to be the busiest yet.
Scottish waitress who allegedly twerked on top of an ambulance after England’s World Cup quarter final win denies damaging property
A Scottish waitress said to have twerked on top of an ambulance denies damaging property.
The UK Government’s most senior adviser on Scottish law has been cleared of professional misconduct following a conviction for a firearms offence.
A museum which explores Welsh history has beaten the V&A Dundee to win a major arts prize.
The UK will host key United Nations climate talks in Glasgow in late 2020, the Government has said.
A Cork bartender is hoping some of Ireland’s lesser known home grown ingredients can see her crowned world’s best cocktail maker.
A Scots waitress has appeared in court in south London yesterday accused of smashing-up an ambulance car amidst celebrations after an England victory at the world cup.
Party leaders have debated cutting emissions, tree planting and the future of flying – and their own personal actions to help the environment – in the first televised climate debate.
A UK Government lawyer has told judges the courts would have to “deal with” what happens “in some way” if the Prime Minister breached an order to request a Brexit extension.
A man who died following a "disturbance" just an hour into the New Year may have been killed during a row over a taxi, it was claimed today.
The smart meter rollout will be vital in ensuring we have an energy system that is cleaner, greener and fit for the future.
Campaigners are expected to lodge an appeal after a judge dismissed a legal action aimed at forcing the Prime Minister to request a Brexit extension if no withdrawal deal is secured with the EU by October 19.
An Amazon worker who was outed as an online pervert live on Facebook by a vigilante group was today spared jail.