Soap star Michelle Keegan has been taking acting lessons following her departure from Coronation Street.
The winner of a daredevil race chasing 8lbs of Double Gloucester down a hill at high speed does not even like cheese.
A WOMAN has been admonished by a sheriff who said there had been no public interest in bringing a prosecution against her for making false rape claims.
FIREFIGHTERS are continuing to sift through the debris following the blaze which tore through Glasgow School of Art.
The author behind hit children's TV show Charlie And Lola has revealed that her character caused anxiety at the BBC - with a forward roll.
RESIDENTS are furious at plans to turn a care home into a hostel for 40 homeless men.
Artist Nial Smith has taken a leaf out of Victor Hugo's Les Miserables to promote the French Open tennis tournament, which began on Sunday.
A Grade I-listed cathedral which attracts more than one million visitors a year has been awarded lottery funding of £11.9 million.
Council chiefs have called in auditors to review the cash flow of an international conference centre.
DAME Vera Lynn has told how she still thinks about the soldiers she met during the Second World War and whether they returned home safely.
diclofenac, the anti-inflammatory painkiller, is claimed to have devastated the population of the world's most common large bird of prey.
Andy Roxburgh didn't have a ginger beard when he saw his Scotland side beaten by Costa Rica at Italia 90.
Having a baby alters new mothers' brain activity, according to a study, which has also found the first evidence of similar changes in the brains of gay men raising children adopted through surrogacy.
A 14-YEAR-OLD girl who vanished from her family home has been found safe and well.
Two bodies have been discovered in a popular walking area.
Police have launched an investigation tonight after the bodies of two men were found at a Perth beauty spot.
Jubilant Ukip leader Nigel Farage said his party was aiming to secure "a good number" of MPs in next year's general election after securing first place in historic polls for the European Parliament.
A man has died following a car crash on one of Scotland's most notorious roads.
Far-right and Eurosceptic parties have made sweeping gains in European Parliament elections, triggering what one prime minister called a political "earthquake" by those seeking to slash the EU's powers or abolish it altogether.
The kaleidoscope of British politics has been well and truly shaken with Ukip not only making sweeping gains across England and Wales but also securing its first seat in Scotland.
The timing of a service to mark the centenary of the deaths of Middle East-based First World War soldiers has been criticised by historians.
A MOTHER whose son killed himself has launched a charity to raise funds to provide counselling for other troubled young people or relatives who have taken their own lives.
Tens of thousands of music festival fans survived everything the weather could throw at them as they enjoyed some of the world's top acts.
STAFF have begun the complex task of finding and marking up thousands of sculptures, paintings, pieces of furniture and textiles to be retrieved from the badly damaged Glasgow School of Art.
PRICELESS watercolours, drawings and letters by Charles Rennie Mackintosh kept in a vault in Glasgow School of Art miraculously escaped undamaged from the fire that ravaged the building.
HOMES were evacuated, buildings damaged and roads blocked as more than half-a-month's worth of rain caused chaos around the capital in the space of four hours yesterday.
Actor Brian Cox has launched a scathing attack on the BBC for its policy on regional broadcasting after he was asked to re-record his accent for its crime series Shetland.
ARTIST Jack Vettriano has taken a break from painting to complete his new home in Edinburgh.
COLDPLAY have scored their sixth UK number one album with Ghost Stories.