An unassuming office in Inverness's Harbour Road is home to a nationally-important nerve centre dedicated to tackling online crime.
The Scottish Chambers of Commerce has launched an online platform to help businesses prepare for Britain leaving the European Union.
Passengers faced delays at Aberdeen Airport today as a runway was closed when a light aircraft encountered problems landing and had to circle the site.
Highland Council has issued an urgent alert about criminals still targeting Highland with council tax rebate scams.
Police investigating the alleged assault of a child on the streets of a north-east town last night arrested two 13-year-olds.
An information session to make parents and children aware of the dangers of the internet is being held in Elgin next week.
Cybersecurity experts have warned WhatsApp users to update the messaging app as soon as possible following the discovery of a major vulnerability that could allow attackers to install a malicious code on smartphones.
A blackmailer who was jailed after posing as an amorous young woman online to entrap men and a schoolboy was found to have footage of him raping a man on his phone.
Fiona Drouet knows more than most people about the impact verbal and physical abuse can have on youngsters.
Scotland's Transport Secretary has hailed the "transformative" impact a stretch of the AWPR will have as soon as it opens today.
Transport Secretary Michael Matheson visited the AWPR today.
“What will they think of next?” we wonder in amazement, as the world’s first pancake printer automatically dispenses batter in the shape of the Eiffel Tower directly on to a griddle.
Digital parenting: What can we do to make sure children are safe in a world that they often know more about than we do?
Facebook, Twitter and WhatsApp are all apps you’re likely familiar with. Share photos with friends, update your status for followers or send private text and voice messages at the touch of a button.
The public have been given the chance to bid online for a piece of Scottish sporting history when a stump from Scotland’s historic cricket victory against England goes under the hammer to raise funds for motor neurone disease research.
Fraudsters on the so-called dark web can buy your entire personal identity for just £820, research has found.
A woman who used her elderly mother’s debit card to spend over £7,500 on online gambling has been ordered to undertake 170 hours of unpaid work.
Katie Price will appear before MPs to give evidence about online abuse after her petition demanding the Government take action against internet trolls garnered more than 220,000 signatures.
Nearly two-thirds of Scots worry about their credit or debit card details being stolen while they shop online, new research has found.
Emily Drouet’s parents are campaigning to increase the funding granted to universities and colleges to help students affected by gender-based violence.
An Aberdeen surf shop has closed its doors for the last time after more than 20 years.
A north-east businessman has urged others to be on the alert after online scammers tried to steal cash from his customers.
Police have launched an investigation after “offensive” comments were made referencing recent terror attacks during an online discussion of the Kingsford plans.
More than a million people used new online tools for the first time to complete their tax credit renewals ahead of the July 31 deadline, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has said.