Davies earns bronze for Scotland
Scotland's youngest ever Commonwealth Games competitor, 13-year-old Erraid Davies, wins bronze in the SB9 100m breaststroke final.
Murder probe launched in Greenock
Police launch a murder inquiry into the death of a 23-year-old Greenock man in the early hours of Sunday.
Scots eye best-ever medal haul
Team Scotland remain one gold away from their best-ever Commonwealth Games total but edge closer to matching their best for all medals.
Universities 'must elect more women'
Scottish universities should appoint more women to their governing bodies or be forced to do so, according to the National Union of Students.
Record number of Green Flag parks
A record number of 59 Scottish parks will fly a Green Flag this year after being awarded the environmental honour.
More Games buses pledged after delays
Glasgow 2014 organisers promise a review to avoid spectator delays that marred the first day of athletics at Hampden Park.
Cyclist Pritchard proposes after race
Team Scotland cyclist Chris Pritchard proposed to his girlfriend after finishing his Commonwealth Games race - and she said yes.
Glasgow people 'steal the show'
The leader of Glasgow City Council says the people of the city have "stolen the show" after the busiest day of the Commonwealth Games so far.
Campaigners accuse BBC of bias
Protesters gather at BBC Scotland's headquarters in Glasgow to protest over coverage of the referendum debate and Gaza.
Glasgow 2014: Auction site launched
Glasgow 2014 has launched the official Commonwealth Games auction website where fans can bid for items used in the Games.
Security alert over bogus bank scam
Police in West Lothian have issued a security warning after a number of people were conned out of money in a bogus bank scam.
One dead, three injured in A87 crash
One person dies and three others are injured in a one-vehicle crash on the A87, near Invergarry, in the Highlands.
Police cordon after man injured
Police have cordoned off an area close to a nightclub in Peterhead, Aberdeenshire, after a man was injured.
Man hurt after being knocked down
A man has been taken to hospital with serious injuries after being knocked down in Glasgow, police confirm.
Utah Saints close Wickerman Festival
Del Amitri, the Feeling and Utah Saints perform on the second night of the annual Wickerman Festival.
Exam reform delayed by schools
Dozens of schools across Scotland are delaying the introduction of new Highers in popular school subjects, according to BBC Scotland research.
Anti-Israeli protest in Edinburgh
Hundreds of demonstrators took to the streets of Edinburgh to protest at Israel's offensive on Palestine.
Red Arrows at national airshow
The Red Arrows headline Scotland's national airshow in East Lothian as they celebrate their 50th flying season.
Mother admits Mikaeel Kular killing
The mother of three-year-old Mikaeel Kular admits killing her son and hiding his body in a suitcase, sparking a major search operation.
'Biggest weekend in Glasgow history'
Thousands of people are lining Glasgow's streets to watch the Commonwealth Games marathon in the "biggest spectator weekend in the city's history".
Bolt to run in 4x100m relay heats
Jamaican Usain Bolt arrives in Glasgow for the Commonwealth Games and says he will run in the heats of 4x100m relay.
Golden Scots match best-ever total
Hosts Scotland match their best-ever total of 11 gold medals at a Commonwealth Games after only three days of competition at Glasgow 2014.
Actress transformed for Marvel role
Scots actress Karen Gillan is to appear in her biggest movie role yet in Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy.
Woman airlifted after A87 crash
A woman is airlifted to Raigmore Hospital following a crash on the A87 in the Highlands involving a minibus.
Princess unveils Skye Terrier statue
A new statue is unveiled by Princess Anne on Skye in honour to the island's famous breed of terrier.
Miley earns medley gold for Scotland
Scotland's Hannah Miley wins swimming gold after breaking her own Commonwealth record in the 400m individual medley.
Man recovered from harbour named
The man whose body was pulled from Aberdeen harbour on Thursday is named as Stuart Wallace, originally from Edinburgh.
Police praise Aberdeen FC fans
Police Scotland have praised travelling Aberdeen football fans after outbreaks of violence before the team's Europa League match in Holland.
Councillor breached code of conduct
A councillor in the Borders is found to have broken a code of conduct by the Commissioner for Ethical Standards in Public Life in Scotland.
Racial assault witnesses sought
Police in the Borders are appealing for witnesses following a racially aggravated assault in Eyemouth.
Highlights from the Queen's Baton Relay
The baton will play a key role at tonight's Opening Ceremony of the Commonwealth Games.
Six seconds 'can transform health'
Short six-second bursts of vigorous exercise have the potential to transform the health of elderly people, say researchers.
Teenage swimmer rescued from river
A teenager is rescued from the River Tay in Perthshire after getting into difficulty while swimming.
Christie shoots his way to silver
Drew Christie wins Scotland's first medal at the shooting range as he picks up a silver in the men's skeet.
'No question' over Red Arrows smoke
There was "no question" the Red Arrows would change the colour of smoke trails to represent the Scottish flag at the Glasgow 2014 opening ceremony, Defence Secretary Michael Fallon says.
Killers fail to overturn voting ban
The UK Supreme Court dismisses a bid to overturn the ban on convicted prisoners being able to vote in the Scottish independence referendum.
Marine protected areas to be set up
A network of 30 marine protected areas is to be established around Scotland's coastline to protect marine species and their habitats.
Tunnock's teacakes sales 'soar'
Sales of Tunnock's teacakes have soared after they featured in the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games, a supermarket has said.
RBS shares surge on surprise profit
Shares in Royal Bank of Scotland have jumped 11% after it said it expects pre-tax profits to double to £2.65bn for the first half of the year.
AG Barr sales 'outperforming market'
Irn Bru maker AG Barr says it is on track to outperform Britain's total soft drinks market, with strong first-half sales.
Scots swim to relay silver medal
Scotland seal a silver medal in the men's 4x200m freestyle relay, to continue their impressive display in the pool.
Bullish McFadden targets gold medal
Scotland's Reece McFadden says he is "ready for a gold medal" after seeing off England's Charlie Edwards.
Archibald nets bronze for Scots
Bronze medal-winner Katie Archibald says the riders were "trying to kill each other" in the 25km points race.
Dragh mu sheirbheis slàinte Mhuile
Iarraidh riochdairean coimhearsnachd ann am Muile coinneamh ri Rùnaire na Slàinte, Ailig Neil, is dragh ann mun t-seirbheis slàinte san eilean.
Obraichean air falbh an Inbhir Nis
Chaidh 16 obraichean aig tuath a chall is companaidh a bha a' reic phìosan de chàraichean agus stuthan do gharaidsean air a dhol ann an rianachd.
Moladh air muinntir nan carabhan
Thàinig beachd bho thè a tha a' ruith ghoireasan turasachd ann an Uibhist gu bheil carabhanaichean is bhanaichean-campachaidh a' cur gu mòr ri eaconamaidh nan Eilean Siar.
VIDEO: Scottish Parliament
Alex Salmond defends his government's record on the NHS after Labour criticism.
VIDEO: Flotilla: 250 boats - and a baby
The largest flotilla ever seen on the River Clyde is sailing to Glasgow for the city's Commonwealth Games celebrations.
VIDEO: Questions for Sir Menzies Campbell
Sir Menzies Campbell, Liberal Democrat MP for North East Fife, answered your questions on the Scottish independence referendum.
VIDEO: Mother admits to killing her son
The mother of Mikaeel Kular admits killing her son and then starting a search after claiming he had gone missing.
VIDEO: Miley's dad skips queue to see win
Hannah Miley's father Patrick says he was embarrassed to have to skip a large queue to see his daughter win gold.
AUDIO: Emirates airline boss on Glasgow Games
Sir Tim Clark, president of the Emirates Airline, on the company's role as a commercial partner and sponsor in the Commonwealth Games.
VIDEO: Renicks sisters win golds for Scotland
Scotland's Kimberley Renicks wins the first gold for her country after beating India's Sushila Likmabam in the women's -48kg final.
VIDEO: Miley earns gold after stunning swim
Scotland's Hannah Miley wins gold after breaking her own Commonwealth record in the 400m individual medley in Glasgow.
VIDEO: Murdoch stuns Jamieson in pool
Scotland's Ross Murdoch stuns the home crowd by beating compatriot Michael Jamieson to gold in the 200m breaststroke at Glasgow 2014.
Jason Maclean: From pitch to track
Para runner Jason Maclean caps a remarkable 18 months
Glasgow 2014 round-up: Day Four
Some of the key moments from Day Four of Glasgow 2014
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River Clyde plays host to biggest-ever flotilla
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Top-secret high-fives with the fastest man on earth
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