SUBMARINER William McNeilly has now been traced to a base in Portsmouth after the Trident whistleblower handed himself in to Naval authorities.
A kayaker has been rescued after capsizing on Loch Ness in the Scottish Highlands.
Scottish Labour must "get to the bottom" of comments made by leadership hopeful Ken Macintosh regarding bullying and intimidation of members, former first minister Henry McLeish has said.
A collection of early Christian carved stones have gone back on display following specialist conservation work which revealed they may be the oldest Christian monuments in Britain.
TWO kayakers had to be rescued by Coatguard from Loch Ness after their expedition ran into trouble.
A decision on whether to extend the HS2 high-speed rail link to Scotland has yet to be made by ministers, the UK Government has said.
A LEADING think tank has told Scottish ministers to introduce a 'virtual voucher' to ensure parents' rights to unrestricted access to Government-funded pre-school early learning places.
While the Trident whistleblower, William McNeilly, was being mysteriously moved around Britain last week, a massive nuclear bomb convoy trundled along some of Scotland's busiest roads.
An INHERENT flaw in Trident missiles could lead to fires, explosions and widespread radioactive contamination,
IT is a contest set up to bring nations together through friendly competition and a love of music.
About 1,000 people, including descendants of those who died, have attended a service to commemorate Britain's worst rail disaster.
CAMPAIGNERS who called for an official ban on teaching creationism in schools have welcomed a "clear statement" from a Scottish Government minister it should not be taught in science classes.
Thousands of Loyalist marchers from all over the UK yesterday took part in a parade in Glasgow, described by police as one of the biggest of its kind.
WHEN it comes to sectarianism, the images most likely to spring to mind are of football violence and ugly scenes around Orange marches and parades.
THE scale of fuel poverty in Scotland has been laid bare by a major survey which has found that one in seven households make lifestyle sacrifices in order to afford their energy bills.
IT is a decision which prompted an outcry by writers, musicians, poets and DJs and has caused thousands to sign a petition in protest.
NEARLY 37,000 people have now backed a petition calling for The Arches club licence to be reinstated, describing it as "one of Scotland's biggest and most successful cultural venues".
IT is a decision which prompted an outcry by writers, musicians, poets and DJs and has prompted thousands to sign a petition in protest.
A national scheme to cut housebreakings has been questioned after it was based on a pilot project that resulted in a tiny reduction in burglaries.
The time has come for a radical shake up of the way in which Scotland deals with women in prison.
A man has been seriously injured after he was hit by a car.
Thousands of loyalists from all over the UK are taking part in a march in Glasgow.
Grange Hill actor Terry Sue-Patt has died aged 50.
Irish voters have written themselves into the history books by voting for gay marriage rights with a near two to one majority.
The food offered by a remote bakery on Shetland 100 years ago was basic by today's standards.
FAMOUS fans of the Clutha bar have been immortalised in a striking mural on the walls of the tragedy-hit pub.
SCOTLAND'S leading theatrical talent school has added its weight to the campaign for a key arts venue to have its licence to stage club nights restored.
DEEP snow on Scotland's highest peak is creating potentially hazardous conditions for hillwalkers, mountaineering experts have warned as Ben Nevis is braced for one of its busiest weekends of the year.
A GOLFER has won £10,000 damages after he was hit by a ball from another player's wayward tee shot.