When Police Scotland told residents in Drongan and Coalhall not to approach a black panther said to be loose in the area, their warning sparked a wave of social media pranks, parodies and jokes.
A man who attempted to set fire to the Scottish Parliament, causing a “major security alert”, has been jailed for 30 months.
A pay deal has been reached for Scotland’s 6,000 college support staff.
A man has been arrested after a malnourished dog was found abandoned at a roundabout in Bathgate.
Police believe a burnt-out car found less than three miles from where a man was shot in a targeted attack could prove significant in their investigation.
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Police have warned residents of two villages not to approach a black panther reported to be on the loose in the area.
An Aberdeenshire farmer has spoken of his devastation after one of his cows was found to have BSE.
Ballots by three major unions have secured a £14 million pay deal for more than 5,000 college support staff.
A fatal accident onboard a fishing boat in an Aberdeenshire harbour nearly resulted in multiple deaths, an investigation has found.
Six men have been arrested after £625,000 worth of drugs were recovered by police in Glasgow.
A “ruthless” sexual predator who had images of children being abused as the screensaver on his computer has been jailed for 14 years.
Police have warned residents of two villages not to approach a suspected black panther on the loose in the area.
Air links between Scotland and the US have been boosted by the announcement of a new service to Boston.
An arts venue shut for four months after the Glasgow School of Art fire will re-open this weekend.
Video game artist caught with stash of videos of children as young as three being raped is spared jail term
A video game artist caught with a stash of videos of children as young as three being raped was today spared jail.
An oil worker who caused £25,000 worth of damage to a man's house after first trying to run him over with his car before slamming the motor "full throttle" into the front of the property was today jailed for almost two years.
Justice Secretary Humza Yousaf said language used in an internal police email on the deployment of female firearm officers is “utterly intolerable”.
More cows will be destroyed at the Aberdeenshire farm where a case of BSE has been found, but Scotland’s chief veterinary officer has insisted there is “no need to panic”.
Scotch Whisky exports rose to almost £2 billion in the first half of the year.
Stress-led absences in the NHS have risen by just under a fifth, new analysis shows.
Calls have been made to introduce tougher legislation to tackle violence against public sector workers, after staff reported more than 40,000 attacks for the third consecutive year.
A Scottish ultra-endurance cyclist has become the fastest woman to travel around the world on a bike.
An economist has said the Scottish Government may have underestimated healthcare funding needs by more than £400 million.
Police have appealed for witnesses after a woman was seriously assaulted in Stirling.
The UK is under pressure to better protect harbour porpoises after an EU court ruled that it had failed to provide enough sites for the sea mammal.
The chairwoman of the Glasgow School of Art board will face questions from MSPs on the latest fire to engulf the famed Mackintosh Building.
An East Lothian farm has been left “considerably out of pocket” after around 1,000 hay bales were set alight in “a reckless act”.
A case of BSE, or so-called mad cow disease, has been identified at an Aberdeenshire farm a decade since it was last confirmed in Scotland.
A health board has apologised after advising staff to avoid speaking to members of the travelling community.
The A83 road in Argyll has reopened after several landslides forced closures lasting more than a week.
A man who has “issues” with religion has admitted setting fire to the doors of a Sikh temple and a church.