Scotland's biggest local authority expects to see a rising council tax take next year - but said the SNP's "unfunded council tax freeze" continues to put pressure on services.
The Clydesdale and Yorkshire banks are being readied for a stock market flotation after their Australian owner confirmed plans to exit UK banking.
The Scottish NHS is struggling to cope and the flagship vision for its future is in jeopardy, according to the public spending watchdog.
This year is a watershed moment for the wearable technology industry, with more money expected to be spent this Christmas on devices like smartwatches and fitness trackers than ever before.
Public buildings such as galleries and libraries in three Scottish cities are to offer free public wi-fi as part of a £150 million investment programme.
FORMER radio presenter Suzie McGuire has described to a court how she used heavy make-up to hide the injuries she suffered from her husband's alleged beatings.
SEVERAL small theatres and music groups have received a boost in financial support from Scotland's national arts funding body, but some larger, well-known organisations have seen their grants reduced.
A MAN accused of murdering two teenage girls 37 years ago claims they were "alive and unharmed" when he left their company, a court has heard.
HUNDREDS of workers have lodged legal action against their employers in advance of an expected landmark ruling on how holiday pay is calculated.
SPORTS Direct billionaire Mike Ashley is poised to take control of the rights to both of the famous Rangers emblems.
FURTHER proof there is no such thing as a free ride will be in evidence in Glasgow at the weekend.
SCOTLAND'S largest council is facing cuts and savings in excess of £100 million over the next three years.
A MAJOR review of the way sex offenders are managed in the community is to be conducted for the first time.
A MAJOR appeal to tackle the Ebola outbreak, described by the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) as the most severe the world has ever seen, is launched today.
GLASGOW, Scotland and the wider world are continuing to benefit from the Commonwealth Games almost three months after the event, organisers have said.
THE number of cases of domestic rape reported to police almost doubled in the last year, according to figures.