Life-saving defibrillators are to be installed in every NHS dental practice across Scotland under a £1 million scheme to boost the survival chances for people who have heart attacks.
Most Scots believe now is a good time to buy a home and they believe property prices are likely to rise in the next year.
CUSTOMERS have carried out double the number of banking transactions over the internet in the past year as smartphones and other internet-enabled devices drive a banking revolution.
British National Party leader Nick Griffin "literally prevented a war in Syria", a party spokesman has said.
POLICE are hunting an armed robber who raided a bookmaker's in Inverness.
Sculptor Jason Paterson gives a final polish to his futuristic work of art that looks as if it could have come from a sci-fi movie.
OSCAR Marzaroli, the renowned Glasgow photographer, left behind such a huge collection of work that only a small proportion of it has been seen at any one time.
COUNCILLORS are meeting tomorrow to discuss whether to approve a £500 million development that would see more than 3000 homes built in South Lanarkshire.
A SCOT who married his partner in one of England's first gay weddings has spoken of his hopes that the new laws will transform the institution.
EUROPE'S largest military exercise has been taking place in and around Scotland.
THE association representing the UK's travel agents has revealed a list of the top honeymoon locations for gay couples who can now legally marry.
CONSUMER rip-offs, fuelled by a surge in online shopping as people hunt for bargains, are costing Scots up to £2.6 million a week.
The Duke of Cambridge has joined Pope Francis and other well-known figures in backing a football tournament for underprivileged young people in Brazil.
RUSSIA still faces the threat of economic sanctions that will "seriously hurt" if Moscow orders a further intervention in Ukraine, Defence Secretary Philip Hammond has warned.
JAMES McAvoy poses with actress Kate Beckinsale after she presented him with the Jameson Empire Award for best actor in London last night.
A NEW integrated transport and retrieval service for critically ill NHS patients in Scotland goes live today.
THE former fiancee of a man who murdered his first wife and tried to kill his second has told of the chilling moment she relived events surrounding the case.
Eleven-months-old Lewis Alexander is in his element as he helps a confectionary firm launch a tie-up that will see Snowballs, Teacakes, Meringues and other sweets sent to children's hospices.
Police have named a 41-year-old driver killed in a road crash three days ago.
Former Dynasty star Kate O'Mara has died at the age of 74, her agent said.
A climber has died in a fall on Ben Nevis.
THE anti-independence campaign was last night in disarray as a vicious blame game broke out over a hugely damaging claim by a coalition minister that Scotland could keep the pound after a Yes vote in the referendum.
THE Scottish Government has rejected calls from its own advisers to set up "shooting galleries" and prescribe heroin to drug addicts.
A MAJOR shake-up in the system of support for asylum seekers in Scotland will plunge many more into destitution, campaigners have warned.
The Sunday Herald was given access to refugee consultation services.
THE scandal of police officers recording bogus stop and searches has deepened after the single force refused to give geographical breakdowns for the 500,000 procedures allegedly carried out.
SCOTLAND'S Deputy First Minister has challenged Labour to clarify proposals to hand the Scottish Parliament greater control of its spending if voters reject independence.
The Ministry of Defence has apologised for terrifying people living near the UK's nuclear bomb store at Coulport after setting off a series of explosions last week.
TEN candles were lit in St Andrew's Cathedral in Glasgow yesterday, one for each life lost in the Clutha helicopter tragedy.