A famous Liberal Democrat peer Lord Mackie of Benshie has died aged 95, a decorated airman with Bomber Command in the second world war as well as a renowned farmer.
THE Scottish Airshow will return to Ayrshire after organisers secured a funding agreement with the local council.
A sandwich shop which raised enough money to offer 36,000 plates of food to homeless people is now offering advice alongside food and drink.
Health Secretary Shona Robison has demanded the new Scottish Labour leader apologise, claiming he was "caught red-handed fiddling NHS figures" on the number of cancelled operations.
A senior legal figure who once survived a knife attack by a hitman has died of cancer.
A specialist sub-sea oil and gas engineering and fabrication business has gone into administration as a result of financial pressures.
A Scottish woman is among five Britons who have been shortlisted for a one-way trip to Mars as they hope to become the first humans to step foot on the Red Planet.
There is no threat to the security of Scotland's electricity supply, according to the UK Government's Business Secretary Vince Cable.
A BBC presenter has claimed women are still plagued by inequality and misogyny in the workplace.
A Scottish horror film will be shot in Midlothian in a film backed by Scottish actress Louise Linton.
AUDITORS have sounded a new warning over whether Rangers' operating company can continue as a going concern.
Memorial services have been held in Glasgow, Aberdeen and London for the former Glasgow Caledonian University student who was slain along with his father in Baghdad.
Painter Jack Vettriano has criticised the art establishment for snubbing his work.
More than 100 events will be part of this year's Glasgow book festival for children, Wee Write.
They are an essential part of the ancient game of shinty, and are now coming home to be built in the Highlands.
- Born in Glasgow on 7 June 1868, Mackintosh was apprenticed to a local architect John Hutchison, and then in 1889 he transferred to the larger, more established city practice of Honeyman and Keppie.
SCOTLAND'S community energy revolution is to receive a major boost with the creation of a new multi-million fund for localised power schemes.
PLANS to build a major film studio in Lanarkshire have been branded "hard to comprehend", as civic and business leaders attack the Scottish Government over the move.
RECORD numbers of people 'too poor to die' will end up in paupers' graves at taxpayer expense this year, it has been predicted.
Troops from the Royal Regiment of Scotland have made new young friends on a visit to an orphanage during their time in Kenya.
Lady Gaga is no longer caught in a bad romance - she is engaged to actor Taylor Kinney.
There will be a Whole Lotta Love for Jimmy Page when the legendary guitarist goes on stage at the NME Awards to pick up a unique gong.
A second union has raised the prospect of industrial action by North Sea workers, accusing oil companies and contractors of "blatant opportunism" amid falling prices.
THE husband of a woman killed by her 13-year-old foster child has said the couple were left "high and dry" by the social work department in the early weeks of the boy's placement.
A study carried out by Supporters Direct Scotland claims to show the majority of fans want to see Scotland's ban on alcohol at football grounds lifted.
A SCOT has been treated for injuries suffered when he was gored during a bull running festival in Spain.
A patient in Edinburgh has tested negative for Ebola after becoming unwell on returning from west Africa.