Crash boy wakes from two-week coma
A boy who sustained serious head injuries when he was knocked down by a van in East Lothian wakes from his coma.
Hill murder appeal car on Crimewatch
Police investigating the murder of a woman whose body was found on a hill in Edinburgh appeal for information about a car they want to trace
Iain Banks' final novel published
The final novel written by Iain Banks - The Quarry - is released 11 days after his death.
Hearts staff braced for redundancies
Hearts staff will learn of job losses on Thursday, with the administrator revealing the club have "no funds at all to meet costs".
Wealthy '273-times richer than poor'
Scotland's wealthiest households are now 273-times better off than the most deprived, according to a report by Oxfam Scotland.
Ferry condition to blame for sinking
A tourist boat that sank on Loch Lomond causing five passengers to jump into the water was in "poor condition", an official report says.
Warning issued over webcam hackers
A charity is advising people to cover their webcams when they are not in use because hackers could be using them to spy on you.
BrewDog in £4m crowdfunding bid
Brewer and bar operator BrewDog is hoping to raise £4m from a crowdfunding initiative in order to support expansion plans.
Aberdeen by-election voting begins
Voters go to the polls in the Aberdeen Donside Holyrood by-election, after the death of the SNP MSP Brian Adam.
Ten congregations in split talks
The Church of Scotland says about 10 out of its 1,400 congregations are considering leaving the Kirk in a row over the issue of gay ministers.
Three taken to hospital after crash
Three people are taken to hospital after a crash on the A90 near Laurencekirk in Aberdeenshire.
Man injured in Grassmarket stabbing
A man is being treated in hospital after being stabbed during a serious assault in Edinburgh's Old Town.
First minister backs RBS split
The Scottish first minister backs a break-up of RBS to split its risky investment bank from its mainstream business.
BT's Livingston to be trade minister
Scotsman Ian Livingston is to step down as BT's chief executive to join the government as a trade minister, David Cameron announces.
Old school coal mining bid assessed
A bid by a mining company to carry out exploratory drilling in the grounds of a former Dumfriesshire school looks set to take a step forward.
Plan for 20mph zones for cyclists
All residential areas should have 20mph zones to make them safer for cyclists, according to plans from the Scottish government.
Barman knocks back Scots Tory leader
The leader of the Scottish Conservatives is refused alcohol at a Bruce Springsteen concert - because the barman did not believe she was over 18.
Rare moth a first for Scotland
A moth not previously recorded in Scotland is spotted in the Highlands after conservationists missed their ferry.
Firm fined over toxic chemical leak
Virgin Active is fined £20,000 for breaching safety laws after a toxic mix of chemicals was released at an Edinburgh fitness club.
Parents call for baby ashes inquiry
Bereaved parents who did not receive the ashes of their dead babies take their fight for a public inquiry to the Scottish Parliament.
Ancient pollen offers climate clues
Ancient pollen from the Brazilian rainforest may help predict the impact of climate changes in the future, according to Edinburgh scientists.
Glasgow to cash-in on events tourism
A new website will be launched later to help businesses in Glasgow benefit from major events taking place in the city.
Ian Brady 'chronically psychotic'
Moors Murderer Ian Brady remains "chronically psychotic", an expert at high-security Ashworth Hospital tells his mental health tribunal.
New Subway card prompts price change
Prices for multiple-journey tickets on Glasgow's Subway system are revised to cope with the introduction of new smartcard technology.
Council plans to spend almost £1bn
Highland Council plans to spend almost £1bn over 10 years on new roads, schools and flood prevention.
Smashed pot clue to forced eviction
A smashed pot found at the site of an early 19th Century longhouse is being held up as potential evidence of a forced eviction.
New restaurants planned for city
A new McDonald's along with a Frankie and Benny's and Chiquito’s are planned for Inverness retail park.
Dundee makes culture city shortlist
Dundee makes the shortlist for the UK City of Culture in 2017, but Aberdeen misses out.
Bodies of two missing divers found
The bodies of two missing divers are found close to a wrecked German warship in Scapa Flow in Orkney.
Nat Fraser case due in September
An appeal against conviction by convicted wife killer Nat Fraser is set return to court in September.
Aid sought to save £2m arts project
A council is asked to intervene to help safeguard the future of a £2m arts project in southern Scotland.
Park operator fined over tower fall
A council highlights the need for proper maintenance after a Borders park operator is fined over a teenager's fall during an adventure weekend.
Borders alcohol bans considered
Consultations starts on plans to introduce by-laws banning the consumption of alcohol in public places in parts of the Scottish Borders.
Two men held after alleged assault
Two men are detained in connection with an alleged assault on a 46-year-old man in Dundee.
More than 5,000 apply for 350 jobs
More than 5,000 people have applied for 350 jobs at a newly built Asda supermarket in Dundee, it emerges.
Mackintosh cabinet back in Glasgow
A music cabinet designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, found after 115 years, is set to return to Glasgow.
Call for earlier sex education
Sex education at a younger age and free contraception for people as young as 13 are needed to cut teenage pregnancies, MSPs say.
Fund launched to help deprived areas
Businesses in Scotland are being given the chance to receive cash from a multi-million pound fund aimed at improving job prospects deprive-hit areas.
Vion deal secures thousands of jobs
A takeover of the Vion UK Poultry business by 2 Sisters is given approval, securing thousands of jobs at plants across the UK.
UK banks told to plug £27bn hole
The Prudential Regulation Authority says the UK's top banks and building societies need to fill a £27.1bn hole in their balance sheets.
Hearts placed into administration
Hearts' administrators say they are aware of the need to find a resolution to the club's problems so close to the new season.
Pixmania woes hit Dixons results
Dixons Retail reports a rise in sales, but costs incurred at its troubled online outlet Pixmania mean it reports a loss for the past year.
Heathcote returns for Scotland
Tom Heathcote, David Denton and Al Kellock are named in the Scotland team for Saturday's Test against Italy in Pretoria.
Van Dijk arrives for Celtic talks
Groningen's Netherlands Under-21 defender Virgil van Dijk is in Glasgow for signing talks with Scottish champions Celtic.
Corbisiero named in Lions Test side
Prop Alex Corbisiero is the surprise inclusion in a Lions team featuring eight Welshmen for the first Test against Australia.
Coinneamh mu chidhe Chrosaboist
Coinneamh ga cumail a tha ag amas air cidhe Chrosaboist ann an Leòdhas a leasachadh.
Coithionalan eile an impis Eaglais na h-Alba fhàgail
Dà choithional eile sna h-Eileanan Siar a' coimhead ri Eaglais na h-Alba fhàgail air sgàth connspaid nam ministearan gèidh.
Cead do thuath-gaoithe mhòr
Cha chuir Comhairle na Gàidhealtachd an aghaidh plana gus 277 crann-gaoithe a thogail far chladaichean Ghallaibh.
VIDEO: Scottish Parliament
The Justice Secretary calls on the chamber to support the general principles of the Victims and Witnesses Bill.
VIDEO: Extras star in World War Z
Brad Pitt says World War Z's real stars are the 500 local extras, many of whom will be at the first Scottish screening of the blockbuster.
VIDEO: Newsnight debate: What women want
An audience composed exclusively of women - some of whom are firmly in one camp or the other, and the rest who have yet to make up their minds, join an expert female panel for a debate chaired by Jackie Bird.
VIDEO: Michael Moore takes your questions
Secretary of State for Scotland Michael Moore answers BBC news website reader questions on next year's independence referendum.
VIDEO: Jolomo goes back to artistic roots
One of Scotland's best loved and most prolific artists is the subject of a new retrospective.
AUDIO: Island councils in special treatment call
Scotland's three island councils call for more powers as part of its bid to be treated differently.
VIDEO: First 'bicycle shinty' match to be played
Shinty bicycle polo has been dreamt up by the organisers of Bikefest Scotland, a cycling festival taking place this weekend in and around the village of Kingussie.
AUDIO: 'There is always a jolly atmosphere'
Golf commentator Peter Alliss tells BBC Scotland's Richard Gordon how he has become a fan of book festivals like the one in the Scottish Borders.
VIDEO: Thousands 'wrongly paying' for care
The BBC discovers thousands of people may be wrongly paying for care in nursing homes, with some selling their homes to do so.
Why does the Army have 500 horses?
Why does the army have more horses than tanks?
Serious questions over loch safety
Sinking of Loch Lomond tourist boat 'narrowly avoided tragedy'
Farmhouse displays green credentials
Eco-farmhouse is kept warm with the help of 1,500 sheep
Traffic matters in Donside election
Glenn Campbell finds out why traffic matters in by-election
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