POLICE drag off another arrested protester at the site of a controvesial fracking project in West Sussex.
A HAIRDRESSER who proposed to her partner in a bid to help him beat leukaemia spoke of her joy yesterday after finally tying the knot with the cancer survivor.
A TEENAGE fraudster spent more than £70,000 on a jet-set lifestyle after working at a travel agent's.
A private nursing home has suspended new admissions following a damning report by the care standards watchdog.
The Duke of Cambridge has described his new son as a "little bit of a rascal".
The driver of a lorry which hit and killed a teenager is being sought by police.
Tesco is said to be planning its own tablet computer this year to win back book and DVD sales from technology giants Apple and Amazon.
Oscar-winning actress Emma Thompson has become the patron of Edinburgh College's Performing Arts Studio of Scotland.
Almost 3,000 dental patients have been warned of a "slight risk" that they may have been exposed to HIV after a former dentist who treated them was found to have the infection.
The three official Rangers fans' group have issued a joint statement on the eve of Tuesday's crunch board meeting, urging Ibrox directors to end Charles Green's consultancy role with the club.
THE Church of Scotland has been accused of using "heavy-handed" tactics on its staff after workers were told to sign up to pension cuts or face being sacked and re-employed under new terms.
NURSES who treat patients in their own homes say they are too busy to provide the level of care they would like to, while warning the time they can spend with individuals is being cut.
HOMEOWNERS and firms locked in costly legal wrangles with council officials in Edinburgh over repair work fraud face being charged thousands of pounds in interest if they do not pay within 12 weeks.
THE Prince of Wales has donated a "handsome" sum to preserve one of Scotland's most historically significant churches.
THE number of Scots with learning disabilities who are getting jobs or taking part in training or activities such as attending day centres has fallen.
THE way school exam statistics are published by the Scottish Government has been criticised by the UK's official statistics body.
The millionaire seeking to become Rangers' biggest shareholder has hit out at rumours his business is built on crime .
A PARLIAMENTARY inquiry has been demanded into the impact of online bullying and cyber-crime on children following the death of Scottish teenager Daniel Perry after he was caught up in an internet blackmail plot.
UP to a million tickets for the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games have gone on sale today.
COCAINE smuggling suspects Melissa Reid and Michaella McCollum Connolly were told to pose for pictures as tourists by the gang who forced them into acting as drug mules, a solicitor claims.
Brenda Mitchell is the kind of woman who would thoroughly confuse Jeremy Clarkson, which is no bad thing.
A 65-YEAR-OLD woman and her son have been arrested after police suspected they were planning to take her husband to the Dignitas clinic in Switzerland to commit suicide.
THE majority of school sports facilities are available to the community with about one-third regularly used by local groups, according to a new report.
THE writer and journalist Will Self was stopped by police while out walking with his son because they suspected he was a paedophile, he has said.
THE Culture Secretary Fiona Hyslop on her 2013 Edinburgh International Festival, shows seen and yet to see.
ACTOR Rupert Everett brought a touch of Hollywood glamour to the Edinburgh International Book Festival as he discussed the second instalment of his memoirs.
TAKING part in artistic events is good for your health, new research carried out in Scotland has found.
POLICE are examining new information that alleges Princess Diana and Dodi Fayed were murdered by a member of the British military.
A PEDESTRIAN believed to have been hit by a lorry has died.