Winds and rain prompt travel warning
Winds up to 75mph are expected to hit some parts of Scotland as the remains of Hurricane Gonzalo pass over the country.
Living with smoker risks highlighted
Non-smokers living with a smoker are exposed to three times the officially recommended safe levels of damaging air particles, according to a study.
Edinburgh bids to attract bike races
Edinburgh hopes to be take a step closer to hosting a stage of the Tour de France, if funding for other cycling events is approved.
Ski resort for southern Scotland
A new ski resort is expected to open soon near the village of Wanlockhead in Dumfries and Galloway.
Wildlife award for seal rescuer
A Shetland woman who has been caring for sick animals for more than 27 years is to receive a prestigious award.
Celtic goalkeeper attacked in street
Celtic goalkeeper Lukasz Zaluska is assaulted in the street while on a night out in Glasgow.
Forth Bridge storm van driver banned
A delivery driver who was filmed attempting to drive his van across the Forth Road Bridge during a storm is banned from the roads.
Carrier bag charge comes into effect
A public awareness campaign is being launched to highlight the carrier bag charge which has come into force.
90-year-old witness at murder trial
A 90-year-old retired forensic pathologist gives evidence in the trial of a man accused of murdering two teenage girls 37 years ago.
Flights axed due to weather warning
Heathrow cancels about 10% of flights on Tuesday, as strong winds and rain from the remnants of Hurricane Gonzalo hit the UK.
Aberdeen nominated as dismal town
Aberdeen is nominated for the unwanted title of the most dismal town in Scotland in the annual Carbuncle awards.
Men attacked by fancy dress gang
Two men were left with serious injuries after an unprovoked attack by a group of seven men, some wearing fancy dress, in Glasgow early on Sunday.
Accountants warn over new tax powers
Devolving further tax powers to Scotland will be "more complex than many might anticipate", Scotland's accountancy body says.
Uni staff support industrial action
University staff at several Scottish institutions back industrial action in a row over pensions.
Report shows rise in child poverty
The number of children in Scotland living in poverty has risen over the last year but remains lower than in many parts of the UK, a report says.
Peru drug mule to feature in adverts
A Scottish woman who was caught with £1.5m of cocaine in Peru is to feature in adverts warning about the dangers of drug smuggling.
Goose numbers record broken again
A "goose census" counts 78,970 pink-footed geese at the Montrose Basin reserve, breaking a record set the previous week.
BBC Radio 1 broke swearing rules
BBC Radio 1 broke broadcasting guidelines when Lily Allen and Ed Sheeran swore on air during the Big Weekend festival, watchdog Ofcom says.
Rise in weapons found in prisons
The number of weapons confiscated in Scottish prisons has almost doubled in a year, new figures show.
Car crash OAP in critical condition
A 74-year-old woman is in a critical condition after being hit by a car at traffic lights in Edinburgh.
Tech boost for college students
A fast-growing Edinburgh centre to help technology companies grow is to start working with college students on their business ideas.
Starting salaries 'rising strongly'
Starting pay for new recruits has been rising strongly, according to the latest data on Scotland's labour market.
Great Tapestry goes to New Lanark
The world's largest embroidered tapestry, the Great Tapestry of Scotland, is to be exhibited at New Lanark World Heritage site.
Innocent victims: Children of prisoners
Following the Scottish Prison Service's move to allow "sleepover" visits, we ask how having a mother in prison affects a child.
King says Rangers talks ongoing
Dave King tells BBC Scotland that discussions with Rangers continue as he seeks an answer on his funding offer.
Tug sent to tow stricken cargo ship
A coastguard tug is sent to the aid of a cargo ship that has broken down in the Pentland Firth.
Action pledged on pensioner payments
Some pensioners are paying large proportions of their weekly state pension for transport to and from hospital appointments.
Gaelic's Mod hailed 'a huge success'
The Royal National Mod, which has ended in Inverness, has been hailed a "huge success" by its hosts.
Oil and Gas UK head set to retire
The chief executive of the offshore industry body Oil and Gas UK, Malcolm Webb, is to retire next year.
Student accommodation to be created
Accommodation for nearly 200 students in Aberdeen is to be created in a bid to alleviate shortages.
Electric car to tackle highest roads
A Livingston-based technology company is to attempt to drive an electric car over some of the highest roads in the UK.
Appeal over wind farm rejection
An appeal is lodged with the Scottish government over a wind farm development rejected by Dumfries and Galloway Council.
NHS radiographers strike over pay
Radiographers across the UK hold a four-hour strike in the latest walkout by NHS staff in an ongoing dispute with the government over pay.
Fatal crash cause remains unclear
A sheriff says he can reach no "firm conclusion" as to why a driver's pickup left the A74(M) motorway near Ecclefechan resulting in his death.
Scots 'home of golf' marketing drive
A new marketing campaign aims to attract thousands of golf tourists to Perthshire in the wake of the 2014 Ryder Cup.
Search for missing man called off
Police have called off a search for Scott Anderson, a vulnerable 23-year-old who went missing in Dundee.
Scots uni prize in Ghana contest
A full scholarship at Dundee University is the prize in a prime time Apprentice-style radio contest in Ghana.
VIDEO: Scottish Parliament
Finance Secretary John Swinney gives a statement on the 2015-16 budget.
Rally marks Challenge Poverty Week
Trades unionists and anti-poverty campaigners lead a rally in Glasgow's George Square as the culmination of Challenge Poverty Week.
Clashes continue over Scottish powers
Scottish and UK ministers continue to argue over more Scottish Parliament powers, exactly one month on from the independence referendum.
Government wins £3.2m gritting case
The Scottish government wins in court against a gritting business which had claimed it had breached EU competition laws.
Thousands attend pay protest marches
Tens of thousands of people march in London, Glasgow and Belfast, calling for pay increases and an end to austerity measures.
Bank to probe system failure
The Bank of England has launched an official probe after an automated system that transfers billions of pounds between banks was suspended for much of the day delaying house movers.
Pension funds unaccounted for
Hundreds of people are searching for their money after transferring frozen pensions.
Gilchrist to captain Scots for Tests
Edinburgh lock Grant Gilchrist will captain Scotland in the autumn internationals against Argentina, New Zealand and Tonga.
McFadden impressed by Scotland style
St Johnstone forward James McFadden is both "envious" and "proud" of the current Scotland international set-up.
East Fife boss savours Rangers tie
Manager Gary Naysmith urges East Fife to "embrace the occasion" of a Cup quarter-final tie at home to Rangers.
Gonzalo a' dèanamh buaireadh an Alba
Droch shìde a' toirt buaidh air seirbheisean còmhdhail air feadh na h-Alba.
Cumhachd ùr air Càball a' Chuain Sgìth?
Iarrtas gum faigh Riaghaltas na h-Alba smachd air leasachadh lìonra an dealain, gus Càball a' Chuain Sgìth a phutadh air adhart.
Co-dhùnadh mu sgoiltean Sgitheanach sa Bhliadhn' Ùir
Tha dùil gun dèan comhairlichean Gàidhealach co-dhùnadh mu na tha an dàn do cheithir bun-sgoiltean san Eilean Sgitheanach tràth sa Bhliadhn' Ùir.
VIDEO: Navy ship begins life as hospital
A former Royal Navy vessel, rebuilt on the River Clyde as a hospital ship, arrives at Lake Victoria in East Africa.
VIDEO: Weather warning of strong winds
The Met Office is issuing a yellow warning for wind across much of the country as ex-hurricane Gonzalo heads to the UK.
VIDEO: Shoppers pay 5p for carrier bags
A 5p levy on single-use carrier bags comes into effect in Scotland whether the bag is plastic, paper or made from plant-based material.
VIDEO: Aberdeen up for 'most dismal town'
Aberdeen is among the nominees for the Carbuncle award, given to the "most dismal town in Scotland".
VIDEO: Haines's brother: 'Come together'
The brother of murdered aid worker David Haines calls for communities to come closer together to "fight evil".
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