Ruth Davidson has announced her support for Michael Gove to be the next prime minister after her preferred candidate, Sajid Javid, fell out of the Tory leadership race.
Scotland midfielder Leanne Crichton believes goalkeepers have next to no chance of saving penalties under the new FIFA rules which contributed to their dramatic World Cup exit.
A record number of people visited Scotch whisky distilleries in the last year, according to new figures.
Scotland's Darcy Graham has become accustomed to resetting targets during a rise which has left him on the verge of a Rugby World Cup debut.
Highland head coach Davie Carson hopes the Scotland national team's training visit to Canal Park can spark further participation within the club's youth setup.
Rachel Corsie frustrated by ‘ridiculous’ refereeing decisions as Scotland exit World Cup after late drama
Scotland captain Rachel Corsie criticised North Korean referee Hyang-Ok Ri after her side’s heartbreaking World Cup exit last night.
Scotland’s hopes of progressing to the knockout stages of the Women’s World Cup ended in controversial style after they drew 3-3 draw with Argentina at the Parc des Princes in Paris.
It is impossible to tackle the climate crisis without recognising the need for climate justice, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Action to tackle climate change must be a “truly national endeavour”, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Scotland head coach Gregor Townsend reckons the national team's Highland training camp has been the ideal way to kick start their preparations for this year's Rugby World Cup in Japan.
Scotland head coach Gregor Townsend is confident hooker Fraser Brown will overcome a toe injury in time for the forthcoming Rugby World Cup in Japan.
Alcohol sales in Scotland fell to the lowest level for almost quarter of a century last year, new research has found.
Car park tax plans are expected to take a step forward later when MSPs debate new transport legislation.
Ruth Davidson has reportedly urged some party members to “take a long, hard look at themselves” after a poll suggested a majority of Tory members would put Brexit ahead of preserving the union.
Nicola Sturgeon has described the prospect of Boris Johnson becoming prime minister as “deeply concerning”, saying the Tory leadership favourite “seems to relish” the prospect of a “catastrophic” no-deal Brexit.
Scotland’s public health minister has urged the UK Government to change drugs laws, after visiting a medically supervised safer drug consumption facility in Paris.
All but three of Scotland’s councils had to rely on cash reserves to cover day-to-day running costs last year.
A poll in which a majority of Tory members said they would prefer Scotland to leave the UK rather than Brexit not happening is an “utter disaster” for Ruth Davidson, an MSP has said.
The Scottish Transport Secretary has said the Government is expected to miss a target for 10% of everyday journeys to be made by bike by 2020.
The new Conservative leader could cause as much damage to Scotland in 18 weeks as Margaret Thatcher and John Major did in 18 years of Government, Nicola Sturgeon will warn.
The Scottish Government has been urged to “rip up” a secrecy agreement it reached with the SPFL over data on sectarianism in Scottish football.
The number of long-term empty homes has risen 5.5% in a year, new figures suggest.
The rate of young people working, studying or training nine months after leaving school has hit its highest recorded level.
More than 30,000 households have received help from the Scottish Government to assist them with buying a home since 2007, according to official figures.
Childhood adversity can have a major impact on a person’s ability to make healthy life choices as they grow older, MPs have been told.
Machinery ring Ringlink Scotland has welcomed the latest batch of participants on its land-based pre-apprenticeship programme. The group of 24 youngsters, aged 16-19 from across Aberdeenshire, Angus, Fife, Perthshire, Inverness, the Highlands and Moray, gathered at Hazlehead Park, Aberdeen, yesterday beside an Oor Wullie’s Big Bucket Trail sculpture – Oor Countryside – sponsored by Ringlink.
More than half of doctors are cutting back their hours to avoid being forced to pay “punitive” pension tax bills – with almost a quarter considering taking early retirement.
Sophie Howard says Scotland are ready to embrace the pressure of Wednesday’s Women’s World Cup clash with Argentina in Paris.
A couple of weeks ago, I participated in the team relay event at the Edinburgh Marathon Festival. To demonstrate how seriously I take my running, I did the 8.3-mile leg listening to the Archers Omnibus on noise-cancelling headphones which probably tipped the scales at roughly 25% of my body weight.
Nicola Sturgeon has restated her pledge to “fully co-operate” with a Holyrood committee set up to probe how misconduct allegations against former first minister Alex Salmond were handled.
A formal review is being carried out at a health board after the email addresses of almost 40 people living with HIV were accidentally made public.
The majority of drugs deaths occur among people who have experienced considerable adversity in their lives, often from a young age, research has found.