A new comic book about knife crime has been created to help children as young as 11 dissuade their friends from carrying blades.
Police are investigating claims a pupil at an Aberdeen secondary school had a knife in the classroom.
The mother of Aberdeen school pupil Bailey Gwynne has raised thousands of pounds for a knife crime charity in memory of her son, who died three years ago in a tragic school stabbing.
A play highlighting the dangers of knife crime will reach tens of thousands of youngsters with a tour across every Scottish council area.
The UK Government has been accused of failing the memory of tragic Aberdeen teenager Bailey Gwynne over delays to new knife laws.
The head of Police Scotland’s violence reduction unit has revealed what he believes MPs must do to tackle serious crime.
A nine-year-old boy has been charged after allegedly taking a knife to school.
Too many councils are ignoring tougher rules on knives in schools brought in after the killing of Bailey Gwynne, Ruth Davdison has warned.
Metal detectors should be trialled in schools to protect children from knife crime, a senior Liberal Democrat has said.
A top police officer, who was working in Aberdeen when teenager Bailey Gwynne was killed, has revealed plans for a crackdown on weapons in Highland schools.
Parents of children as young as four will be told to sign letters pledging to educate their kids on the dangers of taking knives to school in Aberdeen.
The Scottish Government is facing fresh calls to clamp down on knife crime in schools, as the second anniversary of the stabbing of an Aberdeen schoolboy approaches.
A stained glass window has been erected in honour of Bailey Gwynne, the Aberdeen schoolboy who was stabbed to death by a fellow pupil.
Aberdeen MP Ross Thomson has urged Scottish ministers to follow the UK Government’s lead in clamping down on sales of blades to children and teenagers.
More than 30 children primary school children in Aberdeenshire have been excluded for carrying offensive weapons over the past four years.
The city council has adopted a new anti-bullying strategy in the wake of the death of schoolboy Bailey Gwynne.
A schoolboy has been charged after allegedly attacking a boy and brandishing a knife at him in an argument over a girl.
Scotland's justice secretary will finally make a statement on the report into the death of schoolboy Bailey Gwynne - three months after the findings were published.
More than £22,000 of taxpayers' money was spent defending north-east schoolboy Bailey Gwynne's killer.
The long-awaited report into the killing of Aberdeen schoolboy Bailey Gwynne will be published next week, it is understood.
The Scottish Government has been accused of "dragging its feet" over the Bailey Gwynne report.
Almost all secondary school pupils in Aberdeen have been taught about the dangers of weapons in the wake of the death of schoolboy Bailey Gwynne.
A review into the death of schoolboy Bailey Gwynne cost Aberdeen taxpayers more than £40,000, it has emerged.
Aberdeen City Council is expected to approve a raft of recommendations aimed at keeping weapons out of schools in the wake of the Bailey Gwynne tragedy.
The Scottish Government was facing increasing pressure last night to comment on the outcome of the review into the death of Aberdeen schoolboy Bailey Gwynne.
The family of tragic Aberdeen schoolboy Bailey Gwynne have paid tribute to their "beautiful boy" one year on from his death.
Friends and classmates of an Aberdeen schoolboy will mark the one-year anniversary of his tragic death later today.
The Scottish Government has been criticised for a "disappointing" response after it emerged they are still considering whether to make a parliamentary statement on the report into Bailey Gwynne's death.
Pressure is mounting on Justice Secretary Michael Matheson to make an "urgent statement" on the report into Bailey Gywnne's death.
The teenager who stabbed and killed Aberdeen school pupil Bailey Gwynne refused to be interviewed for the inquiry looking into the incident.
Politicians have united behind calls for laws surrounding the purchase of weapons online to be "toughened up" in the wake of the report into Bailey Gwynne's death.
The man who led the investigation into the tragic death of Bailey Gwynne admitted he was frustrated the bulk of his report had been kept secret for now.