Police left message for M9 victim
Police apologise to the family of a woman left dying in a car for several days after an officer left her a voicemail 10 days after her death.
Rolls-Royce in £60m Scots investment
Rolls-Royce, the engine and turbine maker, is to invest up to £60m in its Renfrewshire manufacturing plant.
July 'almost twice as wet' as normal
Parts of Scotland have seen almost double their normal rainfall so far for the month of July.
Bin lorry crash: No time to react
The bin lorry which killed six people in Glasgow travelled too quickly for people to react effectively, a fatal accident inquiry (FAI) hears.
Drilling firm to make 100 redundant
A North Sea drilling contractor is set to make more than 100 people redundant due to the current market conditions.
Driver fined after overtaking video
A man who was caught on video carrying out a careless overtaking manoeuvre on the A90 between Aberdeen and Peterhead is fined.
Child images nurse not struck off
A nurse at a children's hospice who downloaded hundreds of indecent images of youngsters out of "curiosity" escapes being struck off.
Biker found guilty over crash death
A biker who crashed head-on into another motorcyclist, leaving him with fatal injuries, is found guilty of causing death by careless driving.
Scouts found after overnight search
Five scouts, all aged 13, are found safe and well after an overnight search in a forest in south-west Scotland.
New searches for missing Fife man
Police are carrying out door-to-door inquiries and searches in the Cadham area of Glenrothes following the disappearance of a Fife man.
Lords should be scrapped, says SNP
An SNP MP repeats his call for the House of Lords to be scrapped, saying it is "the most absurd and ridiculous legislature anywhere in the world".
Foodbank opening 'broke rules' claim
Dumfries and Galloway MP Richard Arkless claims David Mundell may have broken House of Commons rules by opening a foodbank in his constituency.
Sunset Song to premiere at Toronto
A film adaptation of one of Scotland's most loved novels - Sunset Song - is to get its premiere at the Toronto Film Festival in September.
Pine marten arrives through cat flap
An orphaned pine marten is being cared for after taking refuge through a cat flap, helping himself to food and settling down for a nap.
Lord Sewel scandal and fracking row
The allegations against Lord Sewel and concerns children at primary school are 'sexting' feature in today's Scottish newspapers.
Labour Party 'should not split'
The two candidates hoping to become the next leader of Scottish Labour reject calls for the party to break away from UK Labour.
Body of man found in house by police
The body of a man is found in a house in Midlothian following a report of concern for a person.
Paolozzi underground mosaics on move
Mosaics designed for a London Underground station by Edinburgh sculptor Eduardo Paolozzi are to be reassembled in the artist's home city.
Scottish house prices rise 3.5%
Scottish house prices were 3.5% higher in the three months to June than at the same time last year, figures have shown.
Two arrested after stabbing attack
Two men, both aged 23, are arrested by police investing a disturbance in the Easterhouse area of Glasgow.
Two pensioners injured in crash
A man and woman in their 80s are among four people who have been injured in a head-on crash in North Lanarkshire.
Works starts on 96-turbine wind farm
Construction work begins on a 96-turbine wind farm straddling the border of South Ayrshire and Dumfries and Galloway.
Hopes high for 'Highland Harrods'
Plans for a community group to acquire the Falls of Shin tourist site formerly owned by Mohammed Al Fayed's Balnagowan Estate are pushing ahead.
Drones used to target giant hogweed
Aerial drones are being used for the first time in the Highlands to seek out giant hogweed and other invasive plant species so they can be destroyed.
Highland locations in 'movie map'
About 50 locations in the Highlands are being featured in new movie map to mark their lure for tourists.
Shell moving to three weeks on plan
Oil giant Shell is moving staff offshore to a three weeks on working pattern.
Nobody leaving Dons while in Europe
No players will be leaving Aberdeen, either permanently or on loan, while they remain in the Europa League.
Phone charger explodes, burning student
EE say they are investigating as a matter of urgency after Katy Emslie woke up at 1am on Friday to "smoky soot in the air" and a "firework noise."
Borders Railway interest 'enormous'
Tourism Minister Fergus Ewing says he expects strong and sustained interest in the new Borders Railway and does not rule out extending the line.
Centre membership inquiry refused
A request to reveal the impact of persistent problems at a Dumfries leisure complex on membership levels is refused.
Australian buyer revives distillery
Scotland's most southerly distillery at Bladnoch is to reopen and restart whisky production after being bought by an Australian entrepreneur.
Face of 'Thankerton Man' revealed
Scientists from Dundee University recreate the face of a young man who lived more than 4,000 years ago.
3D app shows waterfront's future
A new 3D app which allows users to explore what Dundee Waterfront will look like in 2018 is launched.
Vacant teaching posts highlighted
A total of 469 teaching posts across Scotland are vacant ahead of the new school year, according to local authority figures.
VIDEO: Scottish Parliament
MSPs quiz First Minister Nicola Sturgeon at FMQs.
A&E waiting times target met again
A key waiting times target for Scotland's accident and emergency (A&E) departments has been met for a second week.
No need for another referendum - PM
David Cameron says there is "no need" for another Scottish independence referendum and one will not take place while he was prime minister.
Plea over women's rights in China
Speaking in Beijing, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says China can do more to promote gender equality and women's rights.
Sweet French deal for confectioner
Scottish sweet firm Tilly Confectionery secures a contract to launch its fudge products across the French market.
Export orders down, says CBI survey
Orders for Scottish manufacturers fell in the last quarter at their fastest pace for 30 months, according to a CBI Scotland survey.
Fantasy sport firm plans expansion
One of the big hopes for Scotland's digital sector is to expand into an office which could see its workforce multiply up to three-fold.
Hibs' Allan submits transfer request
Scott Allan makes his desire to leave Hibernian official after two transfer bids from Rangers are rejected.
Seven Scots are named in GB team
Seven Scots make the Great Britain team for next month's World Athletics Championships in Beijing.
Deila backs Celtic squad's quality
Celtic's Ronny Deila thinks his side have sufficient strength to overcome Qarabag in Champions League qualifying.
MV Hebrides a-mach à seirbheis
Chaidh na seòlaidhean eadar Loch nam Madadh agus Ùige a chur dheth airson a' chòrr den là ri linn trioblaidean tecnigeach.
"Fiosrachadh ceàrr" air cùl sgìrean glèidhte mara
Cuireadh do Mhinistear nan Eilean agus Ministear na h-Àrainneachd tadhail air na h-Eileanan Siar, a bheachdachadh air fiosrachadh air a bheil sgìrean glèidhte aig muir stèidhichte.
Togail mòr air fàire do Chataibh
Bheir ionad ùr Eas Shìn ann an Cataibh a bhios air a ruith leis a' choimhearsnachd togail mòr do dh'eaconamaidh na sgìre, am beachd na comhairle coimhearsnachd.
VIDEO: Can cycling reduce reoffending?
A police officer, a doctor and a sheriff team up with a group of offenders to cycle around Scotland in an attempt to break the cycle of violence.
VIDEO: Man fined for careless driving video
A man is fined for careless driving after a police investigation into a video of a driving manoeuvre on the A90.
VIDEO: Oldest Pict fort found on sea stack
Archaeologists say a Pictish fort uncovered during a dig near Stonehaven is the oldest in Scotland.
VIDEO: Missing scouts found in forest search
A group of scouts is found safe and well after an overnight search of Ae Forest in Dumfriesshire.
VIDEO: Lord Sewel announces resignation
Lord Sewel resigns from the House of Lords after the release of footage which allegedly shows him taking drugs with prostitutes.
VIDEO: New Borders railway line - in minutes
Footage shows a journey along the new railway line between Edinburgh and the Scottish Borders in less than three minutes.
VIDEO: Chasing Britain's most threatened duck
Keeping track of Britain's most threatened duck
In pictures: Wickerman Festival
Images from south west Scotland music event
One rower, two cats, 900 miles
One rower, two cats, 900 miles
Heroes of Arctic convoys remembered
Stories from WW2 Arctic convoy veterans
Searching for Mrs Livingstone
Searching for Mrs Livingstone
A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 17 and 24 July