Thousands of people are due to gather for the world-famous Up Helly Aa fire festival on Shetland.
Rewind Scotland is celebrating its 10th anniversary in style by announcing a stellar line-up for the summer gig at Perth's Scone Palace.
Irn-Bru maker AG Barr has said signs of a turnaround for its drink brands after a tough 2019 is set to see a smaller-than-feared hit to annual profits.
Snow and ice are predicted to disrupt commuters on Tuesday across large parts of Britain, where four yellow warnings are in place.
A further person in Scotland has tested negative for coronavirus, taking the total to seven.
Nicola Sturgeon has called on the UK Government to engage with proposals for a separate Scottish visa system aimed at tackling the country’s post-Brexit needs.
Biffy Clyro, Harry Styles and Calvin Harris are among those who will perform at Radio 1’s Big Weekend in Dundee this summer, organisers have announced.
Lewis Capaldi suffered a case of mistaken identity at the Grammys.
A new £20 million research centre is to be established in Scotland to help improve the understanding of care in later life as the population ages.
Violinist Nicola Benedetti has said she feels “honoured” after winning a Grammy Award at the ceremony in Los Angeles.
The first acts and location of this year's BBC Radio 1 Big Weekend have been revealed.
The coldest night of winter so far could be approaching, with some areas forecast to hit temperatures as low as minus 10C (14F).
There is no standing on ceremony with Lisa Kerr, even though she oversees an institution which has educated several members of the royal family.
It was an act of defiance against the horrific treatment of Jewish people during the Second World War.
A killer who attacked a 79-year-old woman in her Edinburgh home has been told: “If you have any conscience at all, please hand yourself in.”
Two people have been injured following a two-vehicle crash on the A9.
The woman who died following a “cowardly and despicable” attack in her Edinburgh home has been named by police as 79-year-old Margaret Grant.
Another person suspected of having coronavirus in Scotland has now been tested, the Scottish Government has said.
The five people suspected of having coronavirus in Scotland have tested negative, the Scottish Government has said.
The Duke of Cambridge has been handed a new role by the Queen as his brother prepares to step back from the royal family.
Tributes have been paid to former NBA and GB basketball star Robert Archibald, who has died aged 39.
Health officials have teamed up with Border Force agents and airlines to try to track down around 2,000 people who have recently flown to the UK from the region of China most affected by the deadly coronavirus outbreak.
Coronavirus tests on two patients in Scotland have come back negative, the country’s chief medical officer has said.
A Church of Scotland minister, who became a war hero, is set to loudly condemn the Nazis from the pulpit once again.
The Princess Royal has officially opened an armed forces centre in Argyll after a £2 million refurbishment.
People in the UK face ongoing tests for coronavirus as the Chief Medical Officer for England said there is a “fair chance” Britain will see cases emerge.
Scotland’s national bard features in more than 470 road names across the UK, new research has found.
Spirits giant Diageo is set to post higher half-year profits and sales as investors wait to learn the impact of US tariffs on its whisky brands.
The Government’s Cobra emergency committee has met to discuss the threat to the UK from coronavirus as nine people wait to see if they have the virus.
More than a dozen people in the UK have been tested for coronavirus, as the Health Secretary said there is an “increased likelihood” of cases occurring.
Five people are being tested for suspected coronavirus in Scotland, according to the Scottish Government.
Universities across the UK say they are monitoring the coronavirus outbreak, as one institution warned students thinking of heading home for the Chinese New Year that they would face being quarantined on their return.