DRIVERS' worst habits on the nation's fastest roads have been revealed in new research, which shows that motorists admit to eating, drinking and reaching into the footwell at speeds of up to 70mph.
BUSINESS leaders have reacted with fury as it was revealed that fines for motorists driving through a new bus gate have topped £1.5 million.
FEARS of a 4p-a-litre rise in prices at the pumps sent petrol sales crashing to an all-time July low.
MALAYSIA Airlines is to axe 6,000 jobs, around a third of the workforce, as it struggles to overcome the twin disasters that have hit it this year.
EDINBURGH Airport has been accused of "savage profiteering" after deciding to triple the price at its drop-off zone.
POLITICIANS will have a direct say in the level of bonuses for Network Rail bosses after changes to the company's structure.
MOTORISTS have been told that pedestrian islands may be built across the capital if 20mph warning signs are ignored under proposals to introduce a new city-wide speed limit.
A PLANE has made an emergency landing at Edinburgh Airport after reportedly suffering a pressurisation failure.
WhEN Jim Haggart began work with the AA in Glasgow in 1966, a Hillman Imp Sunbeam Sport could be bought straight off the Linwood production line for a few hundred pounds.
MOTORBIKES will be allowed to join buses, bicycles and black cabs on bus lanes in the Scottish capital, under a plan to be heard this week.
DRIVERS who are too polite or timid are the cause of lengthy traffic jams on Scotland's roads.
SPLITTING the role of Parliament's most senior official to quell the backlash over the planned appointment of Australian Carol Mills is a "tacit admission" she is the wrong person to fill the job, it has been claimed.
THREE platforms are to be extended at Edinburgh Waverley as part of a £25 million investment to cope with longer trains and increased passenger numbers.
Air travellers should head for smaller airports to avoid holiday hassles, the results of a Which?
Petrol prices are falling in the UK, but not as fast as some across mainland Europe, the AA has said.
TRADERS and residents have called for a rethink of road closures in the capital amid claims rerouting plans have cut off families and firms.