STARBUCKS has said it will pay more tax in the UK as it moves its European headquarters here from the Netherlands following a row over avoidance.
NEWSNIGHT host Jeremy Paxman has described the BBC as "smug" and criticised senior staff being paid huge sums "merely for walking out of the door".
A SCHOOLGIRL, 12, and her 13-year-old boyfriend are believed to have become Britain's youngest parents.
A SCOTS airman, who was paralysed from the chest down in an Afghanistan bomb blast, has astounded doctors by learning to walk again.
THE Duke of Cambridge has praised Australians and their nation as a "beacon of confidence" as thousands of Aussies turned out to greet their royal visitor and his wife.
The UK's oldest known breeding osprey has laid her 70th egg at a nature reserve.
SINGER Paul Weller, 55, has won £10,000 privacy damages for three of his children, whose faces were "plastered" over a newspaper website.
IT is described as a paradise island which is now up for sale at a cut price.
AC/DC guitarist Malcolm Young is too ill to play live and unlikely to record again, according to one of his friends.
PIPER Chris Gray plays against a backdrop of flags as Glasgow prepares to welcome 150 nations for the world's biggest week of piping.
A SCHOOL where a pupil was killed by a collapsing wall is to reopen after the Easter holidays following structural checks.
THEY are more used to the serene passage of riverboats, but now Scotland's canals will soon be the site of a good deal of "surfing".
A CONVICTED tax fraud fugitive who fled to Northern Cyprus to escape being sentenced will return to Scotland to fight his case, his lawyer has insisted.
A CASTLE is at the centre of a bitter 16-year-long dispute between its former and present owners.
AROUND the time Sir Alex Ferguson stopped playing football professionally for Ayr United in 1974, he bought a £15 bottle of wine to celebrate his wedding anniversary.
ROYAL Mail will release stamps to mark this year's Commonwealth Games.
Thousands of homes and businesses across huge swathes of Scotland have been left without power tonight.
One of Britain's most wanted tax fugitives has appointed a new legal team including Scottish lawyer Aamer Anwar.
A woman has been airlifted to hospital after being rescued from a digger which fell 40 feet down an embankment.
A Canadian man has been arrested by police investigating cannabis being imported into the UK.
Police have launched an investigation into how shadow chancellor Ed Balls drove off after colliding with a parked car without informing the owner.
Unemployment in Scotland increased by 3,000 to 179,000 last quarter, according to official figures.
Newsnight host Jeremy Paxman has described the BBC as "smug" and criticised senior staff being paid huge sums "merely for walking out of the door".
It is often said the secret to a long and happy marriage or relationship is to have separate beds so each partner can get a good night's sleep.
Miley Cyrus has been taken to hospital and has cancelled a concert after suffering a severe allergic reaction to antibiotics.
TWO of the wealthiest Church of Scotland congregations are quitting the Kirk just weeks before the General Assembly over the issue of gay ordination.
FOOD banks across Scotland have received a National Lottery boost of almost £1 million, as new figures show a five-fold increase in the number of families turning to them.
A GRIEF-STRICKEN family is struggling to come to terms with the death of their 10-year-old son who apparently accidentally hanged himself on a garden rope swing.
A PRIMARY school teacher has been removed from the professional teaching register at her request after admitting to being incompetent at her job.
THE thousands of enthusiasts heading to the mountains over Easter have been warned to beware the changing conditions and old patches of snow hidden from the sun.