Andy Murray's fiancee Kim Sears was left shaking her head after he joked that he might wear a kilt with no underwear at their wedding.
A shopkeeper stood up to a hooded teen who walked in demanding money but left empty handed.
Three people have been arrested in connection with an assault on a man who was left with a serious head injury.
US food inspectors are coming to Scotland to ensure Scotch beef is fit to export following a 25-year ban linked to "mad cow disease".
Former Labour MP Clare Short has recalled the "giggling sneering MPs" she faced in the 1980s while campaigning against The Sun's Page 3 topless feature.
THOUSANDS of anti-nuclear activists have held a protest with a huge scarf to call on the Government to "wrap up" the Trident nuclear missiles programme.
THE North Sea oil industry is winding down and politicians and workers must start planning for the future "pretty quickly", oil veteran and government adviser Sir Ian Wood has warned.
FEARS that the first Old Firm clash for almost three years will explode in violence have led to extra cops being put on duty.
AN MSP has been branded a "dinosaur" after calling for Scottish school pupils to be made aware of creationism, claiming it cannot be "disproved by science".
My first impression of Athens is of a city on its knees.
Care experts and parents of some of the country's most vulnerable children are fighting for new rules on restraining children with special needs in Scottish schools.
IT was once the domain of students and those in need of a short-term place to stay.
The UK government is facing a legal challenge to strict new rules which will force impoverished asylum seekers in Scotland to travel to Liverpool for appointments with immigration officials from tomorrow.