FM: Independence 'closer than ever'
Independence is "closer than it's ever been" claims First Minister Alex Salmond, as an opinion polling suggests gains for the "Yes" campaign.
Plea over missing woman and children
Police appeal for help in tracing a woman and three children who have gone missing from the Pollok area of Glasgow.
Glasgow woman 'promoting terrorism'
It is understood that a young woman from Glasgow has travelled to Syria and has been promoting terrorism back home via her Twitter account.
Woman dies in mountain rockfall
A woman has died despite rescue attempts on Coire an t-Sneachda in the Cairngorm mountain range in the Highlands.
Glasgow bus gate fines top £800,000
A controversial new restriction on cars in Glasgow earns the city council at least £800,000 in just two months.
Missing diver's body recovered
Police confirm that the body of a man from Greater Manchester who went missing while diving off the Borders coast has been recovered.
Gallacher gets Ryder Cup wildcard
Europe captain Paul McGinley selects debutant Stephen Gallacher, Ian Poulter and Lee Westwood as his Ryder Cup wildcards.
Unpaid work for partner attack DJ
A radio DJ who attacked his partner after she confronted him with claims he cheated on her is ordered to carry out 300 hours of unpaid work.
Oil field production restart delayed
The operators of the Buzzard oil field in the North Sea say it could be another week before production resumes
Campaign donation figures released
More than £250,000 was donated in the last month to groups campaigning in the Scottish independence referendum.
Worker hurt in post office robbery
A post office worker is hurt and money is taken during a robbery at a post office in the Scottish Borders.
Cyclist seriously injured in crash
A cyclist is taken to Ninewells Hospital with "serious" head injuries after a collision with a car closes Dundee's Riverside Drive.
Bells stopped after church ding dong
Edinburgh City Council is examining ways to make an Edinburgh church bell quieter after it was found to exceed night-time noise limits.
Biker airlifted after tractor crash
A motorcyclist is airlifted to hospital in Dumfries following a collision with a tractor on the A714 in Wigtown.
Abuse probe school rated 'weak'
Education Scotland rates Kingspark School "weak", months after an investigation into abuse claims at the Dundee school.
Suspicious fire at Army cadet hall
Police and the fire service investigate after a break-in and a suspicious fire at the Army cadet hall in Camelon.
Golden Boy paint work to begin
Work is due to start on the Golden Boy statue on the dome of Edinburgh University's Old College.
New Paranormal Festival for Scotland
The first ever Scottish Paranormal Festival dedicated to ghosts, UFOs and aliens is to be held in Stirling later this year.
Thousands in late rush to vote
Local registration centres say in recent days they have received tens of thousands of applications from people wanting to vote.
Armed thief sought for bookmaker robbery
An armed thief who brandished a knife at a bookmaker in West Lothian and demanded money is being sought by police.
Woman raped on her way to work
A 20-year-old woman is raped at the entrance to the Swanfield Industrial Estate, Leith, while walking to work.
Edinburgh panda may have miscarried
Edinburgh Zoo is concerned that the UK's only female giant panda may no longer be pregnant.
Singing Kettle comes off the boil
Children's entertainers The Singing Kettle announce they are calling it a day and will stop performing early next year.
Man to face trial over rape charge
A man is to stand trial accused of raping a woman while she was drunk and asleep at a house in South Lanarkshire.
Missing Paisley man back with family
A man who had been missing from his family home in Paisley, Renfrewshire, is found safe and well.
Superfast computing to be piloted
Superfast computer technology is to be piloted in the Highlands in a project involving Fujitsu, Highland Council and Energy North.
Water voles end 20-year absence
Water voles - one of the UK's rarest animals - have re-established a population at an RSPB Scotland reserve in the Highlands.
Woman injured in two-car collision
A woman is treated in hospital after being injured in a two-car crash in Nairn in the Highlands.
Biker, 29, killed in crash named
A 29-year-old man who died after crashing at King's Gate in Aberdeen is named by police.
Council chief executive retiring
The chief executive of Aberdeenshire Council, Colin Mackenzie, announces his retirement from the post he has held since 2008.
Trucker jailed for killing cyclists
A lorry driver who killed two cyclists on a charity ride from Land's End to John O'Groats is jailed for eight and a half years.
£200m hospital bidder selected
High Wood Health, a consortium involving Laing O'Rourke, is named as preferred bidder to build a new £200m general hospital in Dumfries.
Former ferry site interest heats up
Inquiry levels from developers interested in taking over the former ferry terminal site in Stranraer are revealed.
Rest for O'Hare before US adventure
Scottish middle-distance runner Chris O'Hare eases himself back to full fitness before heading to the United States.
Murray beats Tsonga to reach quarters
Britain's Andy Murray beats Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 7-5 7-5 6-4 to book a US Open quarter-final against Novak Djokovic.
New Katie Morag book released
The first new Katie Morag book for seven years is released by children's author Mairi C Hedderwick at an event in Dundee.
Scottish Equity sets up £135m fund
Scottish Equity Partners sets up a £135m investment fund for UK energy infrastructure projects.
VIDEO: Scottish Parliament
Alex Salmond is quizzed on claims his predictions for North Sea oil recovery are too high.
MP Jim Murphy resumes campaign tour
Labour MP Jim Murphy resumes his street tour of Scotland ahead of the independence referendum, following its suspension last week.
Referendum campaign focus on jobs
Both sides in the Scottish referendum debate focus on jobs, just a few weeks ahead of the vote on the nation's future.
Brown issues warning over UK debt
Gordon Brown says an independent Scotland would become "an international outcast" if it refused to accept a share of UK debt.
Low orders for Scots manufacturers
Scottish manufacturers have reported the lowest orders and employment of any part of the UK over the last three months, according to a survey.
Food and drink jobs boost forecast
Nearly 10,000 jobs could be created in Scotland's food and drink sector over the next five years, according to a new report.
Fresh fears over European ferry link
Fresh doubts are raised about the future of the freight ferry service between the port of Rosyth and Zeebrugge.
Celtic my first choice - Scepovic
New Celtic signing Stefan Scepovic denies saying he did not want to join the Scottish champions.
I'm nearly back to my best - Murray
Andy Murray says he is close to playing his best tennis after beating Jo-Wilfried Tsonga to reach the US Open quarter-finals.
Kluivert still keen on County job
Ross County chairman Roy MacGregor says Patrick Kluivert remains in contention to become the Staggies' new manager.
Ministearan air Eaglais na h-Alba fhàgail
Dhearbh Eaglais na h-Alba gu bheil dithis mhinistearan eile air an eaglais fhàgail agus iad le chèile a' falbh à coithionalan air Taobh Siar Rois.
Triùir far an dreuchd am Malaig
Chaidh triùir luchd-obrach aig dachaigh cùraim do sheann daoine ann am Malaig a chur far an dreuchd rè ùine ri linn chasaidean de "dhroch chleachdaidhean".
Lìonra coimpiutaireachd ùr do ghnothachasan
Companaidhean air Ghàidhealtachd a' dol a dh'fhaighinn cothrom air lìonra coimpiutaireachd ùr eadar-nàiseanta.
VIDEO: Independence 'closer than ever'
Scottish independence is closer than it has ever been, the country's first minister has told the BBC.
VIDEO: Bus gate penalties reach £800,000
Drivers are calling on Glasgow City Council to scrap a new bus gate after it generates more than £800,000 in penalty charges in two months.
VIDEO: Jim Murphy resumes 100 towns tour
Labour MP Jim Murphy resumes his street campaign for a "No" vote in the Scottish independence referendum.
VIDEO: Currency clash in indyref debate
Both sides in the referendum campaign clash again on the currency an independent Scotland would use.
VIDEO: Indyref: 'You're not convincing us'
An undecided voter urges both sides in the Scottish independence referendum to stop bickering during a BBC audience debate in Dundee.
VIDEO: Animation on Scotland and the EU
An animation dedicated to Scotland's relationship with the European Union in the referendum on Scottish independence.
Singing Kettle served unique blend
Laura Pettigrew remembers the Singing Kettle's unique blend
Referendum race 'may have got tighter'
Professor John Curtice analyses the latest polls on the referendum
What about Scotland's pensioners?
What does the future hold for Scotland's pensioners?
Does the rest of UK care if Scotland goes?
Does the rest of the UK care if the Scots become independent?
Making for a more 'dramatic' referendum
How performers are making a 'drama' out of a referendum
What the papers say
The front pages of Scotland's newspapers
Wood work: Art with a chainsaw
Images from the Scottish Open Chainsaw Carving Championships
Put your questions to referendum campaign heads
Put your questions to the heads of Yes Scotland and Better Together
A far from bog standard survey
The work to carefully document Scotland's aged loos
A selection of your photographs taken across Scotland
Your pictures from across Scotland
How to send us your images from across Scotland
Be in the Big Debate audience
Join Radio Scotland's Big Debate audience
Join the BBC's referendum debate audience
Apply to take part in a TV referendum debate