An Inverness block of flats was evacuated for more than an hour tonight after a cooking fire blazed out of control on the ground floor of the building. Read More
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A prominent pro-independence blogger has been arrested following an allegation of online harassment.
Scotland's First Minister will meet her Welsh counterpart in Edinburgh to discuss their opposition to the Brexit repeal Bill.
Nowhere in the UK is more important than Scotland in delivering a Labour government, Jeremy Corbyn has said, as he prepares to bring his summer tour north of the border.
Air strikes on the northern city of Raqqa have killed dozens of civilians, according to Syrian state media and opposition activists.
Four alleged members of a terror cell accused of killing 15 people in attacks in Barcelona and a Spanish resort were due in court on Tuesday, a day after the last missing member of the cell was shot dead down by police.
Iran needs only five days to ramp up its uranium enrichment to 20%, a level at which the material could be used for a nuclear weapon, the Islamic Republic's atomic chief has warned.
Navy and Marine Corps divers are to enter flooded compartments on a US warship to search for 10 sailors missing after it collided with an oil tanker in south-east Asian waters, the 7th Fleet said on Tuesday.
Emergency services were called out to a bus on fire earlier this morning.
Police have arrested more than 30 people in a series of dawn raids ahead of Notting Hill Carnival.
The mother of Manchester Arena bombing victim Martyn Hett has said "the tears are never far away" following his death.
Education bosses have admitted that lessons need to be learned following a review into a school at the centre of an investigation over its handling of special needs pupils.
An initiative has been launched in Speyside to determine whether motorists should slow down in residential streets.
Staff shortages have forced another Highland hospital to impose restrictions on new admissions.
New figures have revealed a continuing rise in domestic abuse in Moray during the past five years.
An Orkney MSP has claimed urgent steps must be taken to deal with delays for orthopaedic treatment for patients from the isles.
Talks have been held in a desperate attempt to end a recruitment crisis blighting Moray Council and the NHS.
A north-east planning chief has warned investing £5.5million in the expansion of Aberdeen Harbour will take business away from its own ports.
A major city centre road, which is undergoing a multimillion-pound pedestrianisation project, will be temporarily reopened this week for the inaugural Great Aberdeen Run.
A heartbroken Dundee woman has slammed the decision not to jail the Moray lorry driver responsible for her husband’s death.
Police have launched an investigation after “offensive” comments were made referencing recent terror attacks during an online discussion of the Kingsford plans.
Naomi Broady will begin her quest to make the main draw at the US Open with a first-round qualifying clash with Jil Teichmann.
A “vocal majority” in favour of Aberdeen FC’s plans to create a new stadium at Kingsford have spoken up as a decision on the proposal draws nearer.
A north-east entrepreneur has condemned a 115% rates rise which hit his department store yesterday and warned it could jeopardise nearly a dozen jobs.
A Ross-shire woman says her livelihood has been destroyed after her roadside catering trailer burned to the ground early yesterday morning.
The first woman in the UK to use a surrogate to become a mother has narrowly avoided a jail sentence for embezzling £50,000 from the charity she started.
Transport chiefs have ruled out installing average-speed cameras along the AWPR, despite claiming they are the best way to cut deaths on the neighbouring road.
Bill Cosby wants a judge to approve a swap that will give him a fresh legal team, which includes the high-profile lawyer who won an acquittal in pop superstar Michael Jackson's child molestation case, before his sexual assault retrial.
George Osborne has called on the Prime Minister to commit to building high-speed rail links across the north of the country to unlock its economic potential.
Afghanistan's government has applauded US president Donald Trump's strategy, praising its focus on needs and conditions instead of timelines.
A seven-month-old baby has been rescued from the rubble of a house where he had been trapped with his family following a 4.0-magnitude earthquake on the Italian resort island of Ischia.
Donald Trump has said he is confident that Nato allies such as Britain will increase troops and funding for the war in Afghanistan "in line with our own".
A "fantasist" who posed as a barrister to trick a terminal cancer sufferer out of her life savings is facing prison.