A biography of a war correspondent killed in Syria has won a literary prize in the centenary year of the awards.
It's the trip of a lifetime for a committed mother from Wales.
Twitter is set to celebrate the success of #ScottishTwitter with an “immersive visitor centre” during the Edinburgh Fringe.
Ten records have been chosen for the shortlist of the 2019 Scottish Album of the Year (SAY) Award.
Malcolm Cannon, the chief executive of Cricket Scotland, has expressed confidence that the Euro T20 Slam will be a success in 2020, even though this year's event has been scrapped.
A collection of rare items celebrating Bonnie Prince Charlie and his Jacobite supporters sold at auction for £65,000, more than double their estimate, in Edinburgh.
A thief who killed a chef when he crashed into him while behind the wheel of a stolen car in Edinburgh has been sentenced to five years and three months in jail.
A former SNP MP jailed for embezzling more than £25,000 has been granted leave to appeal against her conviction – despite her pleading guilty.
A student has revealed the face of a female druid from the Iron Age in a 3D wax reconstruction.
A legal challenge to prevent Boris Johnson forcing through a no-deal Brexit by suspending Parliament has been allowed to proceed by the Scottish courts.
A comedian who lost his father to kidney cancer returned to the stage just days later to deliver “one of the best shows in terms of atmosphere that I’ve done”.
Passengers have spoken of the “tense” atmosphere after being stuck on trains outside London for more than eight hours.
A 59-year-old has gone on trial for murder after a man died in an Aberdeen high-rise over the Christmas period.
Rail passengers have faced severe disruption between Edinburgh and Glasgow as firefighters drain a flooded tunnel.
The reopening of a rail link to Levenmouth in Fife has been announced in a project estimated to be worth £70 million.
A man was spotted cycling through a flood after heavy rain caused travel problems across Edinburgh and the east of Scotland.
The 27-year prison sentence for the teenager who abducted, raped and murdered Alesha MacPhail was “excessive and a miscarriage of justice”, an appeal court has heard.
The teenager who abducted, raped and murdered Alesha MacPhail will appeal against his 27-year sentence later on Wednesday.
A cross-party group of politicians has launched legal action attempting to stop Boris Johnson forcing through a no-deal Brexit by suspending Parliament.
An investigation has been launched after a Caledonian Sleeper train was forced to make an emergency stop when it overshot its platform at Edinburgh Waverley station.
Tony Blair’s sister-in-law Lauren Booth has said her new play Accidentally Muslim touches on the rise and fall of another “religion” – Blairism.
Relatives of a man who died following a disturbance outside a football social club have paid tribute to a “loving family man”.
A giant panda has suffered an electric shock from a fence in its new enclosure.
An intricate swimming pool created by Portuguese artist Joana Vasconcelos has been unveiled in Edinburgh.
A murder investigation has been launched into the death of a man following a disturbance outside Edinburgh City FC’s social club.
Mark Ronson has been named as the headline act for the next Hogmanay celebrations in Edinburgh.
A fault between Aberdeen and Montrose is causing delays to trains traveling to Edinburgh and Glasgow. ScotRail said on social media that they were dealing with a fault that had been causing some disruption to their service. Network Rail engineers are currently looking into it.
Two runners made a 17-hour jurney to Shetland to complete every Parkrun in the country.
Scottish Diageo workers could be set for strike action after they rejected an “insulting” pay offer from the spirits giant.
A baby who died after choking on food at nursery has been named locally as Fox Goulding.
A baby has died after choking on food at nursery.
The wife of a north haemophiliac given infected blood says their lives have been "devastated" through a lack of recognition of the condition by the government.