Frustrated Aberdeenshire residents claim that work on a new school has caused thousands of pounds of damage to their homes.
Steven Spielberg has been granted permission to film scenes for a new war movie in Glasgow.
Filming has begun on the latest Holywood movie to use Glasgow as its backdrop.
Organisers of one of the biggest Scottish running events are seeking to recruit runners from the Western Isles to join tens of thousands of others for the Great Scottish Run.
Edinburgh is a city I love and I try to visit it at least twice a year. But I often fall into the trap of visiting the same attractions, as there’s always something new to be discovered.
Plans for a private prosecution of Glasgow bin lorry crash driver Harry Clarke have not been granted approval by the Crown Office.
Hundreds of people turned out at a familiar Glasgow landmark to openly smoke cannabis this afternoon.
A funeral service for three members of the same family who were killed in the Glasgow bin lorry crash has heard how their loved ones have suffered “tragedy on tragedy and sadness on sadness”.
A fund for the victims of the George Square crash will open tomorrow as Scotland rallies around the families affected by the tragedy.
Thousands of people who were in Glasgow's George Square yesterday afternoon were left reeling as they imagined what could have been.
Police have confirmed they are investigating a Twitter troll who posted a vile comment online after a bin lorry careered into shoppers in Glasgow city centre.
Furious Twitter users have reported a troll to the police after he posted a vile comment just an hour after a bin lorry careered into shoppers in Glasgow city centre.
Shoppers who were in Glasgow city centre speak of when the bin lorry lost control on Queen Street.
Six people have died after a bin lorry crashed into a Glasgow city centre hotel.
These are the scenes from Glasgow's George Square last night as rival sides of the referendum came face-to-face following the result of the historic vote.
Hundreds of people have gathered at Glasgow's George Square, and temporarily re-named it Independence Square, in a bid to show their support for the Yes campaign.
Summer is festival time in Edinburgh, with thousands of visitors descending on the Scottish capital to see some of the best new talents in the arts and entertainment world.