Chart stars One Direction have been toppled from their position as the nation's number one dream dates - by characters from movie hit Frozen.
A leading university has launched an investigation into threats of rape said to have been made by members of a US-style all-male fraternity.
New summer flights between Edinburgh and New York have been announced by American Airlines.
Mike Nichols, the director behind film, TV and stage hits as The Graduate, Angels in America and Monty Python's Spamalot, has died. He was 83.
The poor performance of Network Rail (NR) is leading to thousands of extra train cancellations and delays, rail regulators have said.
Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay has told a High Court judge that he reacted with "shock and horror" when he made the "devastating" discovery that his wife Tana's father used a ghost writer machine to "forge" his signature.
The Duchess of Alba, one of Spain's wealthiest and most colourful aristocrats and recognised as the world's most titled noble, has died. She was 88.
Radio 2 presenter Jeremy Vine has been stopped for speeding - after he was caught doing 16mph on his bike.
Five men have been arrested following a smash and grab raid on a city centre jewellers.
Craig Charles has quit I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! after the sudden death of his brother.
An IT meltdown landed Royal Bank of Scotland with more big fines today after millions of its customers were left unable to access key banking services.
The son of actress Lynda Bellingham believes his mother's life would have been saved had she had a colonoscopy.
Britain's first "number two" bus will take to the road today - powered entirely by human and food waste.
Supermarket own brands have trumped Harrods and Fortnum and Mason in a blind taste test of Christmas puddings and Champagne.
A cycling accident in New York left U2 frontman Bono with multiple fractures that needed two operations.
Carry On Doctorate - Barbara Windsor will be honoured by the University of East London later today.
People could be watched in their own homes or at work with hackers targeting household webcams and uploading live footage to the internet, the UK's privacy watchdog has warned.
Chemicals giant Ineos has announced plans to invest £640 million in shale gas exploration and appraisal in a move which could make it the biggest player in the industry in the UK.
SIR David Murray has criticised former Rangers director Dave King over his bid to claw back all of the £20 million he invested in the club 14 years ago.
A DISUSED amusement park could be transformed into a luxury destination for holidaymakers after plans were unveiled for a £450 million development at the site.
TWO teams of inspectors have been deployed to a school for deaf children where police are investigating allegations of misconduct by a staff member.
ALLEGATIONS that Glasgow City Council broke the law in historic land deals involving Celtic Football Club cost taxpayers £280,000, it has emerged.
SCOTTISH charities have suffered an unprecedented blow to their finances due to Government cutbacks and austerity measures introduced by councils, according to a report.
PROSECUTORS are to re-examine a criminal case against a driver who knocked down and killed two young women after blacking out at the wheel.
PRIMARY school class sizes in deprived communities will be increased and teachers axed as part of a council's efforts to make cuts and savings in excess of £40 million in the next two years.
THREE Scottish cities have topped a list of UK cities where it is more cost-effective to buy a home than rent one.
LAUREN Ellis-Steele (left), Tom Mather and Victoria Farley aim to turn Edinburgh green as they perform the opening night of the musical Wicked.
A BBC radio presenter has been condemned by rape campaigners after saying women should "keep their knickers on" while discussing convicted rapist Ched Evans.
CAMPAIGNERS have welcomed the news that an American "pick-up artist" who offered sexist and violent tips on how to attract women has been barred from the UK.
A LOST painting by J D Fergusson that was discovered in a French attic has sold for more than £600,000 - setting a new worldwide record for a work by the Scottish Colourist.