Performers and the past president are hoping to raise funds for children affected by war.
UK Government ministers are "clearly rattled" about the prospect of a possible second independence referendum, the SNP has claimed, after Theresa May's cabinet meeting focused on the importance of the Union.
The actor is set to be a published author.
CELTIC has announced that it is formally to begin plans for the construction of a major hotel development in the immediate vicinity of its stadium.
The bodies of at least 74 African migrants have washed ashore in western Libya, humanitarian officials said, in the latest tragedy at sea along a perilous trafficking route to Europe.
WEALTHY Americans are to be wined and dined by the Scotland's top conservation charity on a whistle-stop tour of some of the country's architectural marvels.
Police have launched an investigation after a woman was the victim of a serious sexual assault in Renfrewshire.
The two tallest wind turbines in Scotland, more than three times the height of Edinburgh's Scott Monument, could soon be floating four miles off the north coast, if ministers approve the development.
The unicorn is the official animal of Scotland
The Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry has been hit by another resignation, leaving it with just one panel member.
Scotland's "Victorian" civil court system must be reformed to remove the time limit for victims of childhood abuse to seek damages, MSPs have been told.
Funding cuts to the sport budget have been described as "worrying" by the head of Scotland's governing body for athletics.
Prince Harry has begun a visit to the North East by meeting veterans who have received mental health support from a military charity.
The UK's last remaining independent savings bank decided to close over concerns about losses potentially leading to a wind-down by regulators, MSPs have heard.
One of Scotland's biggest craft beer brewers will now be selling products across Asia after securing a major distribution deal.
He had already accepted the award before his death.
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BBC RADIO 6 is set to saturate Glasgow with its unique eclectic music mix when its own music and conversation festival is staged in the city in March.
A Scottish brewery has signed a deal to distribute its beer in Asia.
The Government recorded its highest January surplus for 17 years, giving the Chancellor a boost ahead of the Spring Budget.
Police are hunting two men after a woman was sexually assaulted in a city park.
Ukip leader Paul Nuttall has given a witness statement to the criminal investigation into the Hillsborough disaster.
David Bowie is the favourite to be handed the British male solo artist prize at Wednesday's Brit Awards - just over a year after his death.
A cause of death has not yet been determined for the half-brother of North Korea's leader who died last week after apparently being poisoned in the budget terminal of a Kuala Lumpur airport, Malaysian officials said.
A two-year-old boy who tragically drowned in a river has been formally named by police. Jacob McIntyre's body was found in the fast-flowing water only an hour after he was reported missing from a remote rural property. It is…
A heterosexual couple who object to the "patriarchal baggage" of marriage have lost their latest battle for the right to enter into a civil partnership.
Former teenage heartthrob David Cassidy has revealed he is battling dementia.
The actor said he was driven mad by the elaborate processes used to keep the plot a secret.
Women in Scotland are missing out on £6.5bn despite the country's closing gender pay gap.
This week Herald Social's at the launch night of Tuk Tuk in Glasgow and the Hospitality Industry Trust's Burns supper at Ayr's Brig O'Doon Hotel.
A PRISONER slashed another inmate with a razor and left him scarred for life in a row over a cream cake.
An "army" of grandparents looking after their grandchildren are collectively saving parents more than £16 billion a year in formal childcare costs, a report has found.
A LORRY driver who crushed a renowned Scots art designer to death failed to use his wing mirrors properly to see the cyclist, a court has heard.
A PROPERTY tycoon accused of organising the murder of a Scottish businessman in Australia is being “scapegoated” by the man behind the killing, a court has heard.
POLICE are hunting a woman who assaulted a young boy by slapping him on the face and pulling him aggressively towards a beach.
TWO unofficial traffic calming mannequins placed close to where a toddler died after being hit by a car have been removed by council officials.
ONE in every 250 people in Scotland carries a gene for a potentially deadly cholesterol disorder which, if undiagnosed, puts them at risk of dying from a heart attack at an early age, a charity has warned.
SCOTLAND’S basking sharks seek out winter sun in warm waters, a study says.
MANY peers contribute “absolutely nothing” to Parliament, a former lord speaker claimed, as she alleged one member kept a taxi running outside while signing in to collect the £300 daily allowance.
A HOTEL and rooftop restaurant promising “tremendous views” of Edinburgh are to replace the capital’s defunct BHS store – and are expected to create hundreds more jobs than originally forecast.
THE Wallace Monument in Stirling celebrates the life and achievements of memorable Scots who played a key role in shaping the nation’s history Now the public is being offered the chance to vote for the first female inductee into the Hall Of Heroes.
Step counter apps could be doing harm by driving people to chase over-ambitious goals, a leading computer scientist has claimed.
The cookery writer said she was never tempted to move to Channel 4.
COVENTRY — MOLLY JEAN. Molly died suddenly at home, on 13th February 2017, after a sustained period of illness courageously borne in her steadfast Christian faith. She was loved by so many people whose lives she touched and enriched by her warm,…
GALLACHER — MARY THERESE (nee McGOWAN). Peacefully on 16th February 2017, at Wishaw General Hospital. Beloved wife of the late Andrew; much loved mum, gran, great-gran and aunt. Reception and vigil at Holy Family Church, Mossend, on Thursday, 23rd…
DE VILLIERS In Oslo, Norway on 3rd January 2017 to Una (Waerp) and Alistair Gardiner de Villiers a son Finn Henrik de Villiers, a brother for Kaia. Family all well.
TANNOCK — ANNE. Peacefully at home, on Wednesday, 15th February 2017, surrounded by her loving family, Anne, aged 65 years, beloved wife of Robert and much loved mum of Kenneth and Stuart and sister-in-law of Jean Tannock. Funeral service on…