ScotRail to reduce Sunday services
ScotRail says it will be reducing its rail services on Sundays because it does not have enough drivers.
Abuse inquiry challenge dismissed
A judge dismisses a legal bid by two Catholic charities to overturn the appointment of a top QC as chairwoman into historic child abuse in Scotland.
Oil giant Shell fined over leak
Oil giant Shell is fined thousands of pounds after a diesel leak on board a North Sea platform.
Mobile phone death crash woman jailed
A woman who killed a cyclist in Fife after using her mobile phone while driving has been jailed for five years.
Youngest MP joins pensions committee
The youngest MP at Westminster, Mhairi Black, is to take up a place on one of the House of Commons select committees.
Gleneagles Hotel sold by Diageo
Gleneagles Hotel and golf resort has been sold by drinks company Diageo, which has owned it for 31 years.
Judge rules man killed comedian
A judge rules that a man who is being treated for a mental illness murdered a Scottish comedian almost 18 years ago in his Glasgow home.
Legal review agreed on death crash
The Crown Office agrees to review its decision not to prosecute the driver of a Range Rover who knocked down and killed two students in Glasgow.
Scotland to roll out 'Clare's Law'
A trial scheme which allows people to be told if their partner has been violent in the past is to be extended across Scotland.
PM denies 'second class MPs' claim
The Prime Minister dismisses SNP claims that plans for English votes for English laws would create "second class" MPs.
Church apology over sex abuse priest
The Catholic Church apologises after a retired priest admits indecently assaulting three teenage boys in Aberdeen and Glasgow.
Scots Tunisia victims confirmed
Four Scots were among those killed in Friday's shootings in Tunisia, Police Scotland confirms, as the repatriation of victims begins.
'Balcony bloodbath' and Greek crisis
Scotland's front pages on Wednesday include the latest details on the Sousse attack, the Greek bail out bid, and continuing controversy over the 'named person' scheme.
Wicker Man tribute to actor Lee
Film-maker Robin Hardy wants to make a third Wicker Man movie as a tribute to its star Sir Christopher Lee.
Sturgeon tops women's power list
SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon tops a power list compiled by BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour programme.
Children's ward to partially close
A children's ward at St John's Hospital in Livingston is to close to in-patients over the summer because of staff shortages.
Picture issued in attack probe
Police release a picture of a man they wish to trace in relation to an attack on a 71-year-old man on a train in Edinburgh.
Bikes now allowed on city trams
Bikes are to be allowed on Edinburgh Trams on a permanent basis, following a successful two-month trial.
Third runway 'good for Scotland'
The Scottish Chambers of Commerce (SCC) welcomes recommendations for a third Heathrow runway, saying it would be good for business.
Man cleared of UDA murder conspiracy
One of four men accused of plotting to kill two former UDA leaders in Scotland walks free after prosecutors withdraw all charges against him.
Cause of fatal lorry crash 'unclear'
A fatal accident inquiry into the death of a 45-year-old lorry driver is unable to establish what caused his vehicle to veer off course.
Banned lawyer's jail term quashed
A 64-year-old lawyer who pretended to be a colleague in order to breach an order banning him from working as a solicitor has his jail term quashed.
Man jailed for betting shop theft
A former soldier convicted of stealing £13,499 from a betting shop in Inverness in March last year is jailed for two-and-a-half years.
Red deer stags 'poached' on Lewis
Police are appealing for information after suspicions two red deer stags have been taken by poachers on the Western Isles.
US wakeboarder tackles Scots lochs
Adam Errington, a wakeboarder from the USA and a cast member of MTV show WakeBrothers, takes to the waters of Scottish lochs.
Offshore safety work backlog 'grows'
Industry body Oil and Gas UK reports a growing backlog of safety-critical maintenance on offshore installations.
Roundabout work 'to take two years'
Work to tackle the notorious traffic blackspot at Aberdeen's Haudagain roundabout is expected to take about two years, it is announced.
E-cigarette ban recommended offshore
Industry body Oil and Gas UK is advising companies not to allow e-cigarettes to be used offshore.
Collapsed firm lost 'major contract'
A specialised engineering firm in the Borders collapsed after losing a major contractor, its liquidator confirms.
Toddler-dragging woman pleads guilty
A 26-year-old woman admits behaving in a threatening and abusive manner towards a two-year-old girl at a Falkirk retail park.
Summer storm and hailstones warning
Thunder storms and torrential downpours are likely to hit parts of southern Scotland on Wednesday afternoon, forecasters warn.
Council defers city hall decision
The future of Perth City Hall remains uncertain, after councillors defer a decision on what should happen to it.
Appeal over city motorcycle crash
Police appeal for information after two motorcyclists are injured in a crash at Dundee's Camperdown Leisure Park.
MPs' expenses credit cards blocked
Iain Duncan Smith is among 19 MPs to have had their Commons credit card suspended after running up more than £1,000 in expenses debts.
VIDEO: Scottish Parliament
MSPs quiz First Minister Nicola Sturgeon at FMQs.
MPs say Scotland Bill calls ignored
The Scottish Secretary dismisses accusations that UK ministers are not listening to those who want the Scotland Bill strengthened.
Islands fishermen call for opt-out
Fisheries associations in the Western Isles, Orkney and Shetland join forces to demand that they be given a greater say on crucial local issues.
'Protect children from welfare cuts'
Children and their families should be "protected from welfare cuts" - which have contributed to child poverty - the four UK children's commissioners say.
Sweet French deal for confectioner
Scottish sweet firm Tilly Confectionery secures a contract to launch its fudge products across the French market.
Plan for 3,000 houses in £1bn estate
Plans are submitted for a £1bn development in Perth including 3,000 houses, schools, shops, restaurants and community facilities.
Income needs falling for families
Income needed for an "acceptable" standard of living has fallen slightly for most families compared with a year ago, social policy campaigners say.
Murray: US heat taught me lesson
In his latest BBC Sport column, Andy Murray talks ice baths and hydration after learning a hot weather lesson in New York.
Celtic agree deal for Man Utd's Janko
Celtic sign 19-year-old Swiss right-back Saidy Janko from Manchester United, subject to a successful medical.
Dons relishing Europa League unknown
Aberdeen's Derek McInnes says entering the unknown is part of the excitement of the Europa League's early stages.
Eas-aonta aig Bòrd na Gàidhlig
Dh'innis Bòrd na Gàidhlig gu bheil ceannard na buidhe, Iain Caimbeul, air a dhreuchd fhàgail.
Buannachd Gàidhealach bho Heathrow
Ball pàrlamaid Gàidhealach a' cur ìmpidh air Westminster gabhail ri moladh Heathrow a leudachadh.
Taic ri àrdachadh sa chìs chomhairle
Ceannard Comhairle Mhoireibh a' cur taic ri iarrtasan 'son cur às dhan reothadh air a' chìs chomhairle.
VIDEO: Testing UK's first human slingshot
A BBC Scotland reporter volunteers to try out the UK's first human slingshot, which reaches speeds of 70mph.
VIDEO: Video shows new Haudagain roundabout
A flythrough video of Aberdeen's Haudagain roundabout shows what the new route will look like if proposed work goes ahead.
VIDEO: 'Second class status' for Scottish MPs?
Scottish MPs will be "excluded from parts of the democratic process in Westminster", says the SNP's Angus Robertson.
VIDEO: Warning issued for flash flooding
The Met Office issues a yellow "be aware" warning for heavy showers and flash flooding in parts of Scotland on Wednesday.
VIDEO: Plugging peatland greenhouse gases
Work is ongoing at sites across Scotland to restore peatland to health and prevent the emission of centuries-old greenhouse gases.
Sling fling from a human catapult
What is it like to be catapulted at 70mph from what is claimed to be the UK's largest human slingshot?
New Arctic research projects start
The Scottish Association for Marine Science announces the start of Arctic research projects
In pictures: The 69th Edinburgh International Film Festival
The 69th Edinburgh International Film Festival draws to a close
Pearl poaching inspires new rom-com
The new romantic comedy inspired by freshwater pearl mussel poaching
A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 19 and 26 June.
The Corpse Flower groupies
Sniffing the air with the Corpse Flower groupies