Terminally ill people should be able to exercise their choice to end their lives, it has been suggested.
The Glastonbury Festival is in full swing despite being dogged by bad weather.
As George Buchanan Smith fought for Britain during World War I, his heartbroken mother lay in bed every night wondering if her beloved son was still alive.
An old friend of an Aberdeen man who turned to terrorism last night said his “chances of survival are minimal” in the Middle East.
Home Secretary Theresa May has warned that some UK jihadists will present a "real danger" when they return.
Can you imagine life without sugar, cheese, chips or chocolate?
Royal Mail has called for an immediate review of the direct delivery market amid fresh warnings of the threat it poses to the universal delivery service.
Finance Secretary John Swinney has condemned “nutters” who denigrate people online simply because they disagree with their political opinions.
See pictures from tonight’s Press and Journal sponsored event, “Stick or Twist – The Referendum Debate” featuring Danny Alexander and John Swinney.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang is due to meet British Prime Minister David Cameron at Downing Street today, drawing both protests and a crowd of supporters.
A splinter group within Scottish Labour has urged party leader Johann Lamont to "embrace" independence.
Post-exam celebrations were brought to a chaotic end for these Manchester students after their flat’s floor collapsed beneath their weight. Over 100 party-goers were dancing in the living room of the property when suddenly the floorboards gave way. Fire services attended but said no one was trapped or seriously injured. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cDoo1JBi6Z0