Hundreds of jobs in Aberdeenshire are expected to be safeguarded as a result of a joint funding pledge from the Scottish Government and the European Union.
For a while at least, the north-east resort of Cruden Bay was almost as famous as Baden Baden, Bordeaux or Cannes.
A passenger lounge at London Southend Airport has been ranked the worst out of 21 pay-as-you-go facilities in the UK.
Golden eagles will be fitted with new tracking technology able to pinpoint death locations in a bid to cut wildlife crime.
Nicola Sturgeon has called for a lengthy extension to allow a second Brexit referendum ahead of the Put It To The People march in London.
Relatives of missing teenager Liam Smith have been told a male body has been found in a remote wooded area in Aberdeenshire.
Police believe an explosive device found at an Irish postal depot is linked to four others sent to locations in Great Britain.
A man has suffered serious injuries in a deliberate hit-and-run murder bid.
The family of a woman who died after her car left the motorway and hit a tree have spoken of their heartbreak.
Shipbuilding has a long future on the River Clyde, building on Glasgow’s historic connections to the industry, a Royal Navy commander has said.
Council workers in Angus are to go on strike over a dispute about changes to working hours.
A woman has been subjected to a prolonged sexual assault on board a train.
A new law making psychological or emotional maltreatment a form of domestic abuse is likely to lead to a rise in cases going to court, Scotland’s top law officer has said.
Police are treating a gas explosion at a flat in Elderpark, Glasgow, as an attempted murder.
A gas explosion in a flat which left two people injured is being treated as an attempted murder by police.
ScotRail has promised to invest around £18 million to help deliver “significant improvements” to its service, it has been announced.
Natural resources in Scotland have been valued at one-third of the UK’s total by a groundbreaking new study.
Two people have been arrested after police recovered cocaine and other drugs worth around £2.3 million during a house search.
A parcel bomb found at an Irish postal depot appears identical to a series of devices sent to Great Britain, police in Ireland have said.
The number of EU citizens registered to vote in Scottish Parliament and local government elections is at an all time high, official statistics have revealed.
Organisers of an exhibition celebrating Glasgow’s role in developing obstetric ultrasound are seeking women who had the first scans while pregnant in the 1960s.
A motorist who died in a crash in the Highlands has been named.
The mother of murdered six-year-old Alesha MacPhail said her killer is “inhuman” and should never be released from prison.
A man and a woman have been taken to hospital following an explosion at a block of flats in Glasgow.
Child poverty is increasing and will hit a 20-year high, pushing an extra 60,000 children into poverty, the Scottish Government has been warned.
A shortage of skilled workers across Scotland could worsen after Brexit, it has been suggested.
More than two-fifths of Scots have felt powerless, angry or worried in the last year because of Brexit, according to a charity survey.
The death of a man whose body was discovered at a Glasgow school is not being treated as suspicious.
A public interest test for the transfer of significant areas of land would be a “powerful tool” to reform land ownership in Scotland, the Environment Secretary has said.
A woman who died after getting into difficulty in water off the Isle of Harris has been named by police.
Patrick Harvie has compared new security entrance requirements at Holyrood to “something out of a dystopian nightmare”.
A health board has contacted nearly 200 patients who had heart surgery at an Edinburgh hospital in the last six months over infection fears.