A WORLD-leading renewables firm that has received more than £15 million of funding from the Scottish Government has entered administration, placing 56 jobs at risk.
IT was billed as the first real motorway in Scotland - and it opened 50 years ago this week.
CUSTOMERS of Royal Bank of Scotland struggled to use their cards at store checkouts and ATMs on the day after the bank was fined £56 million for a huge IT meltdown.
CELTIC have agreed to pay all in-house staff the equivalent of the new "living wage", but accused politicians of hijacking the campaign for salary improvements at the club.
Presenter Jonathan Ross - whose part in the "Sachsgate" scandal on Radio 2 caused a furore and hastened his departure from the BBC - has said he has been asked to do more work for the station.
A WOMAN has been treated for leg injuries after jumping from the window of a flat to escape a fire.
KENSINGTON Palace has appointed a new PR boss for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry.
A BRITISH man lived for four years with a rare tapeworm in his brain, scientists have revealed.
THE top police officer in Glasgow has spoken of the "lasting impact" of the Clutha tragedy as the city prepares to mark its first anniversary.
PLASTIC carrier bag use has been slashed by more than 90 per cent in some stores after the introduction of a 5p charge.
CONTROVERSIAL plans for new homes to be built in the Cairngorms National Park have been rejected.
A WOMAN who spent most of her life working alongside her brother in their family law firm has left the bulk of a £2 million fortune to charity.
A CONSTRUCTION firm has been fined £8,000 after a worker was crushed under nearly two tonnes of plasterboard.
NEARLY seven out of ten people living near the proposed new site of T in the Park support the festival's move.
THE mother of an artist who died after battling cystic fibrosis has told of her joy at seeing her daughter's work brought together in an exhibition for the first time.
Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay has denied lying in court and "manufacturing" displeasure about his father-in-law using a ghost writer machine to "forge" his signature.
WORKERS at the Church of Scotland offices have voted to end the collective pay bargaining agreement with Unite the Union.
A SECOND member of staff has been suspended from Scotland's crisis-hit school for deaf children amid a police probe into sex offence allegations.
DAME Judi Dench and Dermot O'Leary are among celebrities to donate their "paw prints" to raise funds for Cats Protection.
A driver has died in a collision between a car and a van.
FIVE NHS workers from Scotland are leaving for Sierra Leone today to help in the fight against Ebola.
FORMER Rangers director Dave King last night hit back at chairman Sandy Easdale's denial that he had sought guarantees over his boardroom position during discussions over a multi-million pound investment package.
SCOTTISH council bosses have backed calls for firms to make a "substantial" contribution to the estimated £60 million annual cost of removing gum from Britain's streets.
Two men believed to be carrying a sofa died when part of a balcony collapsed yesterday.
PROFESSOR Peter Macfarlane was joined by his wife Irene and sons David and Alan when he received a CBE from the Prince of Wales at Buckingham Palace.
A reactor at Torness, nuclear power station, East Lothian, has been shut down.
STRICTLY Come Dancing presenter Claudia Winkleman is returning to the hit BBC1 ballroom show this weekend.
l It lies in Kilmahew Estate, a 144 acre estate which includes two gorges and ancient woodland.
ORGANISED gangs of mobile phone thieves are targeting music fans in Glasgow and stealing thousands of pounds' worth of gadgets.