Transocean rig moved to temporary location for checks
A 17,000-tonne oil rig that ran aground in the Outer Hebrides and was successfully refloated is due to arrive at a temporary location.
'Rogue landlords' exploit vulnerable families in Govanhill
Vulnerable families are being exploited by 'rogue landlords' in the midst of the first minister's constituency, a BBC Scotland investigation reveals.
GERS figures to show health of economy
The Scottish government is to publish its latest calculation of taxation and spending in Scotland, as a guide to the health of Scotland's finances.
Artist Peter Doig wins case over painting he said was not his work
A Chicago court accepts that artist Peter Doig did not paint a landscape, valued at $10m (£7.6m) when it was believed to be by him.
Youssou N'Dour to address culture summit in Edinburgh
Youssou N'Dour, the Grammy Award-winning songwriter and former minister of culture for Senegal, is to talk at this year's Edinburgh International Culture Summit.
People in Fife are the happiest in Scotland, survey says
People living in Fife have gone from being among the least happy in Scotland to the most happy, a survey suggests.
Five men arrested over fatal stabbing of Gary Weir
Five men are arrested in connection with the death of Gary Weir, who was found stabbed outside a football ground in Glasgow.
Celtic through to Champions League group stage
Celtic reach the Champions League group stage for the first time in three years despite losing at Hapoel Beer Sheva.
Woman sexually assaulted by four men in Pollok area of Glasgow
Police are attempting to trace four men who sexually assaulted a 28-year-old woman in the Pollok area of Glasgow.
Soldier shot dead in live firing exercise in Northumberland
A soldier serving with the Royal Regiment of Scotland is shot dead in an exercise at a military training area in Northumberland.
Council consults on Catholic school entry
A council is contemplating moves which could make it harder for some parents to get their children into one of Scotland's most prestigious state schools.
Damien Menzies jailed for baby murder bid
A lorry driver who shook a three-week-old baby in West Lothian leaving it with permanent brain damage is jailed for seven-and-a-half years.
Police Scotland uniform to include Muslim hijab
Police Scotland announce that women from Muslim communities may now wear the hijab as part of their uniform.
Eric Bogle 'just wants people to sing' his anti-war songs
The singer-songwriter who penned two of the most famous anti-war songs of all time says he just wants people to sing them.
Scotland's Team GB athletes welcomed at Heathrow
Athletes were on a special British Airways Boeing 747 flight for Team GB
Edinburgh Fringe winner reveals secret of funniest joke
The winning comedian of funniest joke of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival reveals his secret to telling a good gag.
School wall collapse could be 'poor build'
The collapse of a wall at an Edinburgh primary school could have been caused by the way it was built, a BBC Scotland investigation finds.
Penguin inspects King of Norway’s Guard
A penguin at Edinburgh Zoo inspects the King of Norway's Guard for whom is mascot.
Solar eclipse impact could inform climate change
Observations of the 2015 solar eclipse over Scotland could inform studies of climate change say experts.
Donor card joke named funniest at Edinburgh Fringe
A one-liner about organ donation is named funniest joke of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Edinburgh and Peebles backdrop for new Highlands thriller
A new BBC drama thriller set in the Highlands and shot in Edinburgh and the Scottish Borders hits the screens.
Scotland's papers: Second referendum and winter disability link
Claims that new independence referendum bill will be published in weeks and a link between winter conceptions and learning disabilities.
Your pictures 5 - 12 August
A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 5 and 12 August.
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All you need to know about sending in photographs for our weekly gallery.
Your pictures 29 July - 5 August
A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 29 July and 5 August.
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A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 22 and 29 July.
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A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 15 and 22 July.
Champions League: Zadok The Priest for Celtic instead of another death march
Tom English reflects on a night where Celtic rode their luck before sealing qualification to the Champions League.
Celtic belong in Champions League group stage - Rodgers
Brendan Rodgers praises Celtic for 'toughing it out' after they secure a return to the Champions League group stage.
Scottish Gossip: Celtic, Champions League, Rangers, Craig Thomson, Aberdeen
Rodgers pride at Celtic progress, Gordon blames Janko for horror goal, Dundee United may sue former striker.
Top of the world
As talks are held to take forward a community buyout of Scotland's highest village, what would the prospective new owners be getting?
The latest release of previously secret Foreign Office papers from the 1980s reveals a humorous footnote to the British government's ambivalent attitude towards Nelson Mandela.
And the band played Eric Bogle
Scottish singer-songwriter Eric Bogle is back in Edinburgh and says he still gets a buzz when someone plays one of his songs.
To shave a mountain
Tourists gather in Transylvania to help with the traditional mountain hay harvest. BBC Gaelic Journalist Teàrlach Quinnell went with them.
BBC Scotland's Kheredine Idessane reflects on a record-breaking Olympics for Scottish athletes representing Team GB.
Your pictures of Scotland: 12-19 August
A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 12 and 19 August.
Duncan Logan is a rancher of unicorns - providing the space on which these very-hard-to-spot creatures can grow to maturity.
In the groove
Photographs from dance music festival Groove Loch Ness which was held at Dores on Saturday.