Lawyers for a Scots prisoner shot in a Pakistan jail have called for David Cameron to intervene in the case after reports the grandfather is to be returned to the cells.
THERE were cheers as all 18 members of the European Ryder Cup team celebrated with their winners' trophy at Gleneagles.
Pro-independence campaigners have gathered outside the Scottish Parliament for the second day in a row, this time to demand a revote of the referendum.
Police investigating firearms incidents in Edinburgh have recovered ammunition in the south of the city.
Lawyers for a British prisoner shot in Pakistan said the Prime Minister must intervene after reports he is to be returned to jail.
An elderly woman was left alarmed by an 'inappropriate' incident in Barshaw Park, Paisley, on Saturday.
An oil and gas firm will create 80 new jobs in Scotland as part of a multimillion-pound expansion project, the First Minister has announced.
A cyclist has been seriously injured in a hit-and-run incident.
A man has been treated for head injuries after he was seriously assaulted outside a bar.
The search for a woman reported missing more than a week ago has been widened as police continue to appeal to the public for information.
DAVID Cameron has admitted that if there had been a Yes vote in the referendum, he would have wanted to have stood down but would have soldiered on out of a sense of duty.
Hollywood's most eligible bachelor George Clooney has married British human rights lawyer Amal Alamuddin in a private ceremony in Venice, the actor's representative has confirmed.
A Catholic bishop was apologising to churchgoers today after he resigned from his post, claiming to have brought "shame" on his diocese and the church.
Actress Lynda Bellingham has chosen to end chemotherapy treatment within weeks, allowing her to die after spending one more Christmas with her family.
LEADING artist Peter Howson has revealed he is going to send his OBE back to the Queen as he no longer wants to be a part of the British establishment.
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AMERICAN writer and political activist Naomi Wolf has received "hundreds" of reports of Scottish referendum ballot papers being issued without identifying numbers.
Landowners have been condemned for shooting more than 1500 mountain hares this year in the Lammermuir Hills, southeast of Edinburgh.
THOUSANDS of people flooded to Glasgow's George Square yesterday with grocery donations as The Trussell Trust revealed foodbank visits in Scotland have soared 73% in one year.
DAVID Cameron was yesterday hit by a shock resignation of a minister over an alleged sex scandal.
A REWARD of £13,000 has been offered as Thai police try to find the killers of two British tourists.
The Sunday Herald speaks to a cross-section of new members to ask why they joined their new party ...
THOUSANDS of jobs have been created or safeguarded in Scotland in the past six months as a result of investment by American firms, new figures have revealed.
HUNDREDS of new jobs are to be created in Glasgow by one of the country's largest private-sector employers.
POLICE investigating the disappearance of schoolgirl Alice Gross are reviewing material from 300 CCTV cameras covering a six-mile radius.
POLICE are carrying out high-visibility patrols after two firearms incidents in Edinburgh.
THE inventor of the world wide web says he is fighting to keep the internet out of the hands of powerful people who threaten its freedom.
STRICTLY Come Dancing's launch edition stepped ahead of The X Factor when the two shows went head to head, pulling in 700,000 more viewers.
Conservative backbencher Mark Reckless has announced he is defecting to Ukip.