An artist will work with Syrian refugees who have settled in the north-east after fleeing their homes for his latest project.
An Argyll charity is encouraging people to get creative with their breakfasts as part of a new awareness-raising drive.
Transport police have appealed for information after a woman was sexually assaulted on a train that left from Aberdeen.
A favourite of local foodies and visitors alike could be set to take it's last orders in The Western Isles.
Three Scottish seaside towns have seen their house prices more than double in a decade, according to a new study.
Scottish Gas owner Centrica has warned of "rising costs" in the North Sea after telling investors it will fail to meet the City's expectations for annual profits.
Struggling supermarket Morrisons blamed worsening trading on its weakness in convenience and online retailing as underlying sales slumped by 2.4% in its latest quarter.
The members of the group charged with reviewing Scotland's agricultural holdings legislation will be revealed within weeks.
The continuing premium on Charolais cross calves boosted demand for bulls at the breed's main UK sale at Stirling yesterday.
Aberdeen-Angus numbers on the first day of the Stirling Bull Sales were well back on previous years with just 29 forward for sale out of the 43 entered.
Harris Tweed Hebrides has announced plans for a £1million investment programme.