IT IS one of the most visible disused spaces in Glasgow, a deserted stretch of urban wasteland under one of Scotland's busiest roads.
Huge numbers of jellyfish have been reported in a West Highland sea loch amid increasing evidence of a worldwide increase in the gelatinous marine animals.
One of Scotland's richest families has been torn apart by a bitter feud sparked by a massive unpaid personal loan between brothers, a court has heard.
A £1 million concert featuring leading pop acts, sports stars and Scotland's national performing companies will mark the 2014 Ryder Cup.
HOUSE prices have undergone the longest period of growth in seven years, according to a new report which shows that average property values have grown by 4.3 per cent in the last 12 months.
A CHARITY has claimed planned welfare visits by police to home-based sex workers are little more than thinly-disguised raids.
POLICE have launched an investigation into a tartan festival after it was abruptly cancelled leaving traders thousands of pounds out of pocket.
With their high walls, the chances of losing a football in prison may seem remote.
A POLISH war hero who was trying to trace his lost documents so he could receive a telegram from the Queen on his 100th birthday next month has died.
COLLEGE cuts have meant the loss of almost 10 million learning hours for students in three years, it has been claimed.
DANISH actress Sofie Gråbøl may be best-known for her Nordic jumpers as Detective Sarah Lund in The Killing.
A pair of pilots have had an amazing escape after their gliders crashed in mid-air above an airfield.
AN AMERICAN heiress who ran a Scots hotel which played host to some of the world's most famous faces has left a £9 million fortune in her will.
THE Government is facing the threat of more public sector strikes after an announcement that meat hygiene inspectors and vets are to be balloted for action over pay.
CHARLES Rennie Mackintosh was not an "isolated genius", a new exhibition opening this week in Glasgow finds.
A COUPLE are taking legal action over the new T in the Park festival site amid fears over the well-being of local wildlife.
MORE than 90,000 homes and businesses are to get fibre broadband in the latest phase of a £410 million project.
A SECOND Jaguar ad has been banned in as many months for promoting speed and unsafe driving.
CELEBRATED photographer Lord Snowdon has donated more than 100 portraits, featuring subjects from Dame Maggie Smith to David Bowie, to the National Portrait Gallery in London.
THE Royal Bank of Scotland has confirmed it is to axe 63 jobs in its Business Banking Support Unit and move the roles to India.
TRIBUTES have been paid to the veteran broadcaster John Milne, who has died at the age of 72.
A TOURIST has died nearly a week after being hit by a bus.
PHILL Jupitus shows off his version of Venus Rising from the Sea, a Titian work on display at the National Gallery of Scotland.
A MAN has been arrested in connection with a £1 million armed robbery at a prestigious jewellery store.
BBC chief Tony Hall has defended the broadcaster from criticism that it makes too many entertainment shows.
THE Liberal Democrats have called for equality between mental and physical health services to be enshrined in law after figures showed an increase in the number of deaths from self-harm.
ONE of the Islamic extremists who murdered soldier Lee Rigby has been given permission to appeal against his sentence.
A CAP on the fees and interest charged by payday lending firms is to be introduced in a bid to protect borrowers from escalating debts.
An experienced mountain walker who ensured he did not drag his friends to their deaths after plummeting 600 feet was killed after slipping on ice, a coroner has ruled.