An HR consultancy is celebrating a decade in business by launching a year-long scheme to give back to the community.
The 100th homeless person to have secured a roof over their heads under a Scottish Government programme has been re-homed in Aberdeen.
People across Scotland are falling through the gaps due to a lack of support for homelessness services, according to a new report.
Controversial average speed cameras have failed to lower the number of deadly accidents on the A9 between Perth and Inverness.
The number of fatal accidents on the A9 between Perth and Inverness has increased by more than a third since average speed cameras were introduced.
Transport Minister Derek Mackay has said he is open to the idea of average speed cameras being installed on other key routes following the success of the A9 scheme.
Police and roads agency Transport Scotland were under fire last night after they refused to reveal how many motorists have been snared by the controversial A9 average-speed cameras.
Campaigners have challenged authorities to publish statistics on the A9 average-speed cameras - to prove they are actually switched on.
A campaigner opposed to average speed cameras on the A9 has claimed motorists have pulled into laybys because they are too scared of driving on the road.
Drivers trying to avoid average speed cameras on the A9 are turning nearby roads into "rat runs", it has been claimed.
Highland campaigners have vowed to fight plans to scrap junctions on the A9 as part of a scheme to improve safety on the notorious trunk road.
This is the video that campaigners claim is proof average-speed cameras will not cut the carnage on Scotland's most notorious road.
Moves to speed up the long-awaited dualling of the A9 Inverness-Perth road in the Highlands have had a mixed reaction in the north.
On the third day of our A9 series, Jane Candlish hears whether the average speed cameras will ease the frustration of driving on the busy trunk road.
What began as a Sunday morning rant has turned one man into the figurehead of the campaign against average-speed cameras on the A9.
Just one in ten drivers believe average-speed cameras will make Scotland's most notorious road safer.
The Scottish Government is coming under increased pressure to make sure average speed cameras on the A9 do not harm the Highland economy.
A petition calling for an end to the average speed cameras on the A9 Perth-Inverness road has been dropped by an influential Scottish Parliament committee.
More than £1.2million has been allocated for the maintenance of speed cameras across Scotland over the last five years.
A campaigner opposed to average speed cameras on the A9 has called for a public inquiry into the controversial £2.5million scheme.
Highland MP Danny Alexander today vowed it is not too late to stop average speed cameras being installed along the A9 between Perth and Inverness.
An attempt to resolve the increasingly acrimonious dispute over average speed cameras on the main road into the Highlands has suffered a serious setback.
A senior UK Government minister has called for a moratorium on the introduction of average-speed cameras on the main road into the Highlands.