Radio 1 has been rebuked by watchdog Ofcom for breaching the broadcasting code with swearing during its Big Weekend.
Telecoms giant BT is to create 500 engineering jobs at its Openreach division amid increasing rollout of its fibre broadband programme.
The Earl and Countess of Strathearn have confirmed their baby is due in April next year, Kensington Palace has said.
Actress and presenter Lynda Bellingham, who had been suffering from cancer, died yesterday "in her husband's arms", her agent Sue Latimer said today.
Rock veterans Status Quo are celebrating after achieving their first million-seller for decades - as their beer brand struck a chord with drinkers.
Dyson has branched out from vacuum cleaners and bladeless fans for hand-driers with the launch of its first humidifier.
SHOPPERS will have to pay for carrier bags from today as a minimum charge for every bag given out is introduced.
TIME and again, as the rain fell, people said it was good to reclaim Queen's Park in the name of something decent, something positive.
SCOTLAND'S retail sector received a boost as the country experienced the highest year-on-year increase in shopper numbers across the UK last month.
THE family of a missing Scots botanist have spoken of their pain in accepting he may never return, as the anniversary of his disappearance in Vietnam approaches.
ONE of Scotland's leading cultural residencies will undergo a radical transformation after raising enough money for a major rebuild and expansion.
A GROUP of former workers at a flooring retailer have been awarded payouts totalling almost £160,000 following a lengthy battle over unpaid redundancy cash.
THE struggle to protect the planet from the effects of pollution has prompted ingenious solutions ranging from ocean wave power to ground source heating.
SCOTTISH families have about £720 worth of disposable income each month, and the amount they have to spend has risen steadily for a year, according to a survey from Asda.
PROJECTS that provide help to families when they need it most are being given a £2.4 million funding boost, the Scottish Government has said.
A CALL for firms to cut financial jargon has been issued as customers say they are bamboozled by offers.