The ancient landscape of Stonehenge could be transformed by putting a major road into a tunnel past the stones, heritage groups have said ahead of an expected announcement from the government.
The Royal Navy monitored a squadron of Russian warships as it moved through the Strait of Dover after carrying out exercises in the North Sea.
ILLEGAL levels of bleach that can shatter teeth have been found in whitening kits.
A woman dubbed Britain's most evil mother has insisted she had never hurt a child as she made a fresh appeal for information on the 20th anniversary of her son's murder.
Sandwiches are back on the menu for schoolchildren in Aberdeen after the city council overturned a decision to ban the lunchtime favourite.
A FIREMASTER who was decorated for his lifelong service and dedication to the Fire Brigade left £6.7 million fortune in his will.
Two power generation firms are to pay penalties totalling £39 million for failing to deliver energy-saving measures to low-income households.
COMEDIAN Ross Noble will make his musical theatre debut in the UK tour of The Producers.
ONE of Scotland's major tourist attractions, the Falkirk Wheel, will reopen to the public today after a month-long closure for maintenance.
A NEW trust that aims to raise funds of £5 million has been created to support Scottish arts, artists, heritage and culture.
COLIN MONTGOMERIE has been awarded an honorary degree from Edinburgh University.
House prices climbed to another all-time high in November but the pace of growth in property values is continuing to cool, Nationwide Building Society has reported.
EXPERIMENTS devised by children will be the first from Scotland to go into orbit.
AN inexperienced climber has described how she took a "completely bonkers" route to safety down a mountain to get help for her seriously injured guide as he lay dying.
A 300-YEAR-OLD horse chestnut tree in the grounds of the country estate where prime minister Benjamin Disraeli lived has been declared the largest in the country.
A new newspaper supporting independence is to become a permanent fixture after a successful trial.