The time it takes to sell properties in UK cities has hit a three-year high as Brexit uncertainty continues to strangle the housing market.
Susan Boyle is ready to hit the road again with a series of concerts across Scotland in 2020.
A self-styled pick-up artist has been jailed for two years over threatening behaviour towards young women that left them “mentally scarred”.
A brain tumour patient gained 10 stone and saw his feet swell three sizes following treatment for the disease.
Another Royal National Mod has drawn to a close. Our photographer Sandy McCook was in Glasgow to capture all the excitement. Enjoy this bumper gallery of his best photographs from across the week. And for all our coverage by reporter Michelle Henderson, videos and results, click here.
Choirs from across the north are walking away from the Royal National Mod as champions following a tough day of competitions in Glasgow.
Results in full from day six of the Royal National Mod as new Bard crowned in Glasgow on Literature Day
The Royal National Mod is leaving its mark on history with the appointment of a “new Bard”.
Scottish comedy Still Game is to be recognised by Bafta Scotland with an Outstanding Contribution to Television award.
A man who had previously been denied a gun licence has been jailed after illegally importing weapons from Spain and hiding them in his basement.
Here are the results in full from day one of the Royal National Mod 2019:
A man was mistakenly arrested at Glasgow Airport over suspicions he was a French fugitive accused of killing his wife and four children, police have said.
Gaels from across the country came together in celebration last night as Scotland’s biggest Gaelic cultural festival began.
Moray man who acted as an unofficial tour guide jailed for trying to rape an Australian holidaymaker
A Moray man who attempted to rape an Australian holidaymaker after acting as her unofficial tour guide in the Highlands has been jailed for five years.
Surprised police have shared a picture of a car caught driving along a city road with a sofa and armchairs piled on the roof.
A health board has launched a “zimmer amnesty” urging people to return unused walking frames, sticks and crutches as part of a drive to be more environmentally friendly.
Organisers of The Royal National Mod are looking ahead to record numbers for the festival’s return this weekend.
Glasgow’s Lord Provost has been urged to resign after it emerged she has claimed £8,000 in expenses for clothes, shoes and beauty products.
A prominent Kirk minister has spoken of the importance of working alongside different faiths after a unique trip to Ghana exploring Muslim-Christian relations.
An airport was partially evacuated and an aircraft cordoned off after a leak in cargo containing vaccinations.
A driver killed a friend in a horror smash - having hit 125mph on his way to pick him up for work.
The Prince of Wales has paid tribute to fallen police officers at a dedicated service in Glasgow.
Rangers striker Jermain Defoe has thanked fans for their concern after he was involved in a car crash following Saturday’s 5-0 win against Aberdeen.
An Aboyne busker, who quit his job as a waiter to pursue a musical career, has been picked to appear in a high-profile concert.
A climber has been acquitted of killing a friend hours after they scaled Ben Nevis.
A mother has praised the optometrist who saved her daughter’s life after spotting signs she had a rare brain tumour.
Tennis coach Judy Murray is among three honorary graduates being awarded doctorates from The Open University in Glasgow on Friday.
A contest dubbed the Olympic Games of cocktail making has brought the planet’s best bartenders to Scotland to compete for the world title.
Ex-teammates of Fernando Ricksen have joined his family and thousands of fans for a final farewell to the former Rangers star, who died after a long battle with motor neurone disease.
A man has told a jury that he tried to save the life of a friend allegedly killed hours after they climbed Ben Nevis.
Thousands of Rangers supporters are expected to gather to pay their final respects to Fernando Ricksen, alongside former team-mates and opponents of the Rangers legend.
A dog walker has been left in a serious condition in hospital after two men tried to steal his pet before stabbing him.
Around 2,400 passengers are estimated to have been affected by the cancellation of Thomas Cook flights at Glasgow Airport after the tour operator collapsed.