Men are taking nearly double the amount of "selfies" as women and sharing them on social media, according to a survey.
The Voice's Ricky Jones is to follow in the footsteps of a fellow judge on the TV talent contest by appearing at a Highland music festival.
A WOMAN has admitted killing a pensioner in a fatal car accident at a holiday park.
Radicalised young women who join Islamic fundamentalists fighting in Iraq and Syria pose a terror threat to the UK when they eventually return home, according to experts.
A team of firefighters had a call out with a difference, when they helped to deliver a baby girl.
A RANGERS fans group has admitted it could fail in its bid to prevent Ibrox being used as a security in favour of Mike Ashley's Sports Direct in the short term despite claiming success in initial legal action.
THE foreman of a jury which convicted Scots serial killer nurse, Colin Norris, has said he now believes he is innocent.
RESULTS from an early Ebola vaccine trial are said to be a "tad disappointing" but show that the drug is safe.
SCOTLAND'S biggest conservation charity is looking for a new chief executive after it emerged that the current post holder, Kate Mavor, is heading south of the Border.
COUNCILS used covert surveillance on hundreds of occasions over the last three years, it has emerged.
AN INDEPENDENT investigation into the spiralling costs of Dundee's new V&A Museum has been agreed following revelations that the bill has almost doubled from £45 million to £80m.
They are the selfless volunteers who venture out in all weathers to save lives at sea and Scotland's dedicated lifeboat crews rescued a record number of people last year.
YOUNG carers in Scotland are less happy and more stressed than their peers, but proud of what they do, a survey has found.
THE residents of a Scottish town would have been left to die horribly had the Cold War gone hot, government papers reveal.
A convoy of classic cars has set off on a 1,670-mile (2,688km) trip to Monte Carlo in a popular rally.
Viewers were left baffled after subtitling mistakes transformed toddlers into Ayatollahs and confused sources with sauces.
NEW officers who have never policed an Old Firm match will be taught sectarian songs ahead of this weekend's match between Rangers and Celtic.
Five men have appeared in court following a robbery at the Argyll Arcade in Glasgow.
A charity founded by double Olympic champion Dame Kelly Holmes which sees out-of-work young people mentored by elite athletes has announced it is rolling out its services in Scotland.
A man accused of having sex with a Shetland pony near Doncaster has denied he was carrying three cans of deodorant in his bag "to help with any horse smells" after the encounter.
A Gaelic spell checker for Microsoft Office has been officially launched at the Scottish Parliament.
The public agencies responsible for supporting and developing film and television in Scotland have defended themselves against "damning criticism" from those working in the sector.
A RANGERS fans group says they succeeded in preventing Ibrox being used as a security in favour of Mike Ashley's Sports Direct by initiating legal action.
He was a pillar of Edinburgh society, a successful cabinet maker who led his craft guild, and an Edinburgh City Councillor, but William Brodie was also a daring thief.
A large-scale fire which damaged cars at a vehicle scrapyard is being treated as suspicious, police have said.
A Star Wars collector has paid £18,000 for a rare Boba Fett figure which went on sale 35 years ago for just £1.50.
A weather warning across Scotland has been upgraded to amber as heavy and widespread snow is forecast.
The BBC is to tell Match Of The Day presenters and pundits to be "careful" about what they say after Phil Neville prompted complaints with controversial remarks about tackling.
Filming of some court proceedings in Scotland should be allowed for live transmission, the country's most senior judge has announced.
A graphic novel has been launched to help educate young people about sectarianism.