Brexit in any form is likely to reduce economic growth, Scotland’s First Minister is to tell a forum in Dundee.
One person has died after a house fire in Livingston. The blaze broke out at the property in the West Lothian town in the early hours of Saturday. Police said a joint inquiry into the cause of the blaze, in the Knightsridge area, is being carried out with the fire service.
Scottish Secretary David Mundell has pledged his support for Theresa May amid what he called an “unprecedented onslaught” by her critics.
Union bosses are calling for jobs and newspaper titles to be protected as publisher Johnston Press enters administration.
A man has been seriously hurt in a knife attack in Renfrewshire.
A second teenager has died following a fatal car crash in Fife.
New legislation has been called for to let pharmacists ease the pressure on GPs during flu season.
The head of the Church of Scotland has attacked the false image of Christmas portrayed in glitzy TV adverts.
Hundreds of giant lanterns inspired by mythical creatures from Scottish and Chinese folklore have been placed around Edinburgh Zoo to create a “winter wonderland”.
Scotland will not be “blackmailed into a bad deal” when leaving the EU, according to the External Affairs Secretary.
A woman has been rescued from a burning building by firefighters in Dundee.
Police are appealing for witnesses after three pedestrians were injured after being hit by a car in Aberdeenshire.
A decontamination unit in Glasgow has been temporarily closed after an inspection, leading to dozens of operations being cancelled.
Unions have warned of widespread industrial action across Scotland unless council workers are given a better pay deal.
A project to transform the Clyde waterfront and create thousands of jobs has been given the go-ahead.
Three pedestrians have been injured after being hit by a car in Aberdeenshire. Emergency services were called to Burn Lane in Inverurie shortly before 3pm on Friday. Police Scotland has closed the road following the incident. A spokesman said injuries ranged from “minor to serious”.
The new Department for Work and Pensions secretary has been urged to reverse the work of her predecessors, after the impact of UK policies in Scotland was branded “outrageous” by a UN official.
Two police officers who were repeatedly stabbed while trying to arrest a man have been praised for their bravery.
It is outrageous that devolved administrations need to spend resources to shield people from UK Government policies, the United Nations poverty envoy has said.
A woman who died in a farmhouse fire has been described as a “loving mother and partner”.
More than a quarter of people who alleged they were abused at a children’s home said they had told staff about the attacks while they were still in care, an inquiry has been told.
A craft brewer has announced plans to build a new brewery in Edinburgh which could create up to 30 jobs.
The UK Government has called on Nicola Sturgeon to “put Scottish business first” and support the Prime Minister’s Brexit deal.
Police in Edinburgh have recovered stolen bikes worth over £25,000 and returned them to their owners.
Liverpool royalty Sir Kenny Dalglish said he was “humbled” to receive a knighthood for an outstanding football career and supporting the club’s fans in their darkest hour.
Police are investigating after a car was driven at a house before being set on fire.
A man who battered his 16-year-old girlfriend - kicking her "full force" in the stomach minutes after she returned home from hospital after giving birth to their child in an attack carried out as she held their baby - was today jailed for three years and five months.
Theresa May’s defacto deputy has told Tories plotting against her they should instead rally behind the Prime Minister in the “national interest”.
A serial crook has dodged another conviction over a break in - after convincing a jury that he had found £18,000 worth of hair and beauty products that had been stolen from a top salon lying in the street.
A bursary scheme designed to boost the number of maths and science teachers in Scotland’s schools is being extended, after helping more than 100 career-changers into the classroom.
A former education chief has admitted falsifying data on teacher numbers in order to meet targets set by the Scottish Government.
The UK Government has applied to the country’s highest court for permission to appeal over a cross-party legal challenge on Brexit.