Joe McFadden takes Strictly crown
The winner of Strictly Come Dancing has been decided by a public vote after the show's grand final.
Two climbers rescued from Cairngorms mountain
The men, who were climbing without ropes, became cragfast 600ft up Jacob's Ladder in the Cairngorms,
'My brother was killed by a single punch'
Alan Stirling says his brother was never violent in his life but was killed after a single punch.
Armadale pensioner robbed by bogus 'Gas Board' men
Two men talked their way into the 84-year-old's home before stealing cash, energy cards and a bank card.
Kilmarnock homes left without water after mains burst
About 1,500 properties in Kilmarnock were left without supplies overnight.
Campaigners threaten legal action over 'abortion pill'
An anti-abortion group opposes plans to allow women to take medication to end a pregnancy at home.
Inquiry after lifeboat fell from Brent Alpha platform
The clutch slipped on the boat's launch mechanism on the Brent Alpha on Saturday morning.
Alex Rowley relinquishes Scottish Labour deputy leader role
The MSP's announcement follows a Scottish Labour investigation into claims he sent abusive texts to a former partner.
Aberdeen school bus crash driver named by police
The family of Ian Fordyce have described him as "well known and popular with everyone he met".
Falkirk chip shop deep fries Christmas mince pies
Forget Mars Bars, mince pies are getting the deep fried treatment this year.
Firefighters tackle blaze at Glasgow primary school
A fire started in the roof space of a Scotstoun Primary School annexe on Saturday morning.
Kayaker with broken paddle rescued by lifeboat
The man was found near uninhabited islands Longay and Crowlin after setting out from Skye.
Binman struggles on the ice
Life can be tough if you are a bin lorry worker in the winter
Boy, four, left on school bus
A four-year-old boy tried to walk home from a bus depot after being left on his school bus.
Spending a night with Glasgow's street pastors
We spent a night with the Glasgow street pastors, as some people were merry on their Christmas night out.
Joking around HIV
Comedian Scott Agnew "came out" as HIV positive to try and help raise awareness around the virus and confront myths about living with HIV.
These diamonds are a cut above
An amazing Cartier tiara is due to go on public display for the first time.
'HIV rules stopped me becoming a commercial pilot'
How being HIV positive stopped a Glasgow man from being able to become a commercial airline pilot.
Scotland's papers: Scottish Labour 'bully'
Alex Rowley's resignation and Joe McFadden's Strictly win are stories on Scotland's front pages.
Your pictures 1 - 8 Dec
A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 1 and 8 December.
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Your pictures: 24 Nov - 1 Dec
A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 24 November and 1 December.
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A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 17 and 24 November.
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A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 10 and 17 November.
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A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 3 and 10 November.
Heart of Midlothian 4-0 Celtic
Hearts end Celtic's 69-game, 585-day unbeaten domestic run with a stunning Scottish Premiership victory at Tynecastle.
Aberdeen second best team in Scotland - Gary Mackay-Steven
Aberdeen's comprehensive win over Hibs is proof they are Scotland's second best team, says hat-trick hero Gary Mackay-Steven.
Scottish Gossip: Celtic, Rangers, Pulis, Sviatchenko, Dembele, Hearts, Dundee
Could Erik Sviatchenko be on his way out of Celtic? Could Tony Pulis be the next permanent manager of Rangers?
Child star to dance champion
He is Scotland's first Strictly winner, but who is Joe McFadden and what else has he done?
John Buultjens was taken into care when he was just seven after attacking his abusive father.
Your pictures of Scotland: 8 - 15 December
A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 8 and 15 December.
Shame and damage
John tells how legal pornography led to viewing indecent images of children and the "shame" of getting caught.
The four remaining celebrities on what being on the BBC dancing show has meant to them.
Photographer Paul Glendell explores the forests in the Highlands of Scotland.