All Scotland posts
The value of fish landings in 2016 reached a record high as it increased to £563 million, new figures have shown.
A charity has claimed that the UK Government seems to "be expecting that women will terminate pregnancies" in response to the two-child cap for tax credits and the so-called rape clause.
A horse was killed and two people, including a 13-year-old girl, seriously injured after a crash on a major road in West Dunbartonshire.
A painting by Prince Charles - of a prominent Scottish mountain - is being sold for at least £4000 today to raise funds to save wild salmon disappearing from the country's rivers.
The Church of Scotland will be asked to apologise for a ''history of discrimination'' against gay people in a key debate at its General Assembly.
An extra £500 million pledged by the First Minister for primary health care must be specifically invested in GP surgeries, doctors have insisted.
NHS workers will call for an end to the 1% cap on their pay by protesting outside the Scottish Parliament with a giant ice sculpture.
Flights from Scotland to the US are being sold for less than £100 as a low-cost airline prepares to open new routes.
A nurse has been suspended after stealing £40 from a vulnerable care home resident.
Mortgage lending to first-time buyers has increased year-on-year, according to new figures.
Part of a giant tapestry which was stolen from a cathedral exhibition has been mysteriously returned.
There is still a "way to go" for teachers to understand the "philosophy and thinking" behind the Curriculum for Excellence school reforms, MSPs have been told.
An investigation is underway after a sick hoaxer threatened to blow up a Scottish high school -- just hours after the terror attack in Manchester.
A vulnerable man has gone missing from a nursing home in Glasgow.
A shopkeeper has been robbed by a masked man who threatened him with a knife in Renfrewshire.
An orphan weasel is being cared for by an animal charity after being discovered in the Scottish Borders.
House prices in Scotland are expected to grow by 6% over the next four years, according to a property forecast.
Scotland's newest MSP has been sworn in at Holyrood.
Masked men threatened workers with a weapon and made off with more than £20,000 in cash during a bank robbery in East Dunbartonshire.
Healthcare associated infections (HAIs) are a "significant burden" on the NHS in Scotland, with a new report showing that on average one patient in every ward in every hospital is affected.
Police have launched an investigation after a sudden death in Dundee.
Morale among firefighters is at "rock bottom" as many feel "overworked and underpaid", MSPs have heard.
At least four Scots are being treated in hospital following a suicide bomb attack at the Manchester Arena last night, Nicola Sturgeon has confirmed.
Scottish politicians and civic leaders have paid tribute to the victims and families of a terrorist attack in Manchester last night.
Scores of desperate families have turned to social media today as efforts to trace people missing after last night's terror attack in Manchester continue.
The teaching of personal and social education (PSE) in Scotland's schools is inconsistent and inadequate, according to a parliamentary report.
Small businesses in Scotland remain "nervous" about exporting abroad, according to a study.
Scotland won a record number of investments from overseas in 2016, although growth in the area was substantially lower than the previous year.
Firefighters are tackling a large blaze in a former hospital in Edinburgh.
A woman who became the youngest female to reach the summit of Mount Everest from both sides has said a necklace blessed by Buddhists gave her strength to reach the top.
A teenage girl has died after a two-car crash in Argyll and Bute.
Nicola Sturgeon has defended an SNP candidate amid accusations of a "smear campaign'' against a nurse who challenged the First Minister.