Rock star Bryan Ferry and his wife are divorcing but remain "on extremely good terms", his publicist has said.
International Women's Day has been marked in Scotland with a series of events.
Opposition politicians have called for a parliamentary inquiry into the handling of a radiation leak at a nuclear test reactor.
A stun gun disguised as a teenager's smartphone has been seized by police.
The great-great granddaughter of suffragette leader Emmeline Pankhurst followed in her ancestral footsteps today by leading a feminist march through London.
A body found on a beach has been identified as that of a missing man.
Danny Alexander has strongly defended his employment of a Portuguese cleaner as he accused the Tories of opening a "poisonous" debate about immigration.
A FLAGSHIP policy to introduce universal free school meals to primary pupils is undeliverable because of a funding shortfall of nearly £25 million, councils have warned.
LOSS-MAKING Royal Bank of Scotland has come under fire for awarding share packages worth up to £23 million to senior executives.
AROUND 100 campaigners have gathered in Edinburgh to protest against anti-gay laws recently passed in Nigeria and Uganda.
FORMER professional tennis player Elena Baltacha has revealed she has liver cancer.
THE Lord Provost and leader of Scotland's largest local authority have become embroiled in a turf war over allocation of passes to the Commonwealth Games.
A SURGE in incidents involving dangerous dogs has led to councillors to call on the Scottish Government to introduce tough new laws to crack down on out-of-control pets.
RANGERS fans' season ticket money is expected to be used to pay off emergency loans offered by investors to help avoid the prospect of a second insolvency in two years, it has emerged.
A major new study has confirmed historic falls in Scottish crime.
A STRUCTURAL problem with some of the glass panels in the new £50 million Glasgow School of Art building has left several splintered, cracked or broken.