WATCHERS of North Korea's secretive regime believe it could be planning another surprise move, a restaurant in Scotland.
A gamekeeper has been jailed for trapping and killing birds of prey.
Tributes have been paid to an amateur boxer whose death is being linked to rogue ecstasy tablets.
A cycling event has unveiled a new route which organisers claim offers some of the best road cycling terrain in the UK.
A man has been arrested in India in connection with the murder of a woman in Scotland more than 17 years ago.
Scottish nurse Pauline Cafferkey, who contracted Ebola in Sierra Leone, is showing signs of improvement and is no longer critically ill, the Royal Free Hospital in London said.
Outraged chocolate fans have claimed that Cadbury's US owners are ruining Easter with a new "cheap chocolate imitation" Creme Egg.
Two schoolgirls have been arrested and charged in connection with an assault on another girl that was apparently filmed.
Passenger numbers at Scotland's biggest airports soared last year, according to new figures.
Screenwriter Brian Clemens, who wrote shows including The Avengers and The Professionals, has died aged 83.
Drivers on the M8 face delays after a car mounted a barrier on the motorway.
Hundreds of people have complained about the latest series of Celebrity Big Brother less than a week after it began, with former Coronation Street star Ken Morley the focus of viewers' anger.
Women and people from ethnic minorities are among those being encouraged to join the police as part of a wider recruitment drive.
Engineers are working to connect around 900 homes that remain without power after severe weather hit parts of the country.
Post Office Travel Insurance is to create 75 jobs as it sets up a new business.
Robert Sarver has pulled the plug on his bid to buy Rangers after the Ibrox board rejected his £20million takeover offer.
PARIS became a sea of humanity with people from all backgrounds brought together in a powerful message of unity, solidarity and defiance against the scourge of terrorism.
A VIDEO has emerged showing the gunman in the French supermarket siege pledging allegiance to the Islamic State terror group.
Police and health officials have issued a drug warning after one man died and two others were hospitalised after taking supposed ecstasy tablets.
SCOTLAND is bracing itself for more severe weather as forecasters warn of further high winds and wintry showers.
An unprecedented search for up to a million Britons whose ancestors fought at Waterloo is being launched ahead of the 200th anniversary of the battle.
A long-lost relative of Nessie appears to have been discovered in Scotland.
Supermarkets should make a joint stand and show consumers they are serious about a potentially fatal food poisoning bug by taking a "more visible and co-ordinated industry wide approach" against the problem, a leading consumer group said.
FUNDRAISERS behind the campaign to bring clean, safe lighting to Malawi are organising an "alternative" corporate bonding day out at Gleneagles.
Housing associations have called on a council to reverse plans for swingeing cuts to sheltered housing.
PLANS to develop a 100-year-old traditional sports club face almost 100 official objections, including MSPs, prominent councillors and the national body for tennis.
In November 1968 Phil Thomson took his twin lens reflex camera into the streets of Dundee and photographed what he saw.