3 hrs ago | Sunday Herald
Elaine Smith, a deputy presiding officer of the Scottish Parliament, appealed for an open debate as the Scottish Government prepared to bring forward the landmark bill next week.
7 hrs ago | 24dash
Every young Glaswegian is to be given an account with a safe community credit union as part of a bid to halt the rise of high-cost payday lenders.
11 hrs ago | The Star Online
Scottish Premier League club Hearts served notice on Monday of their intention to appoint an administrator having last week put all their players up for sale and been banned from making new signings.
13 hrs ago | Newsday
One of two men accused of murdering three people in a Helensburgh house fire denied responsibility while being arrested, court has heard.
13 hrs ago | Scotsman.com
Elaine Brackenridge, who has served as deputy head for the last four and a half years, will replace Julie Fardell at the beginning of the autumn term.
14 hrs ago | The Daily Record
LET'S get one thing straight: Never, ever, is there any excuse for a man to put his hands around a woman's throat and choke her.
18 hrs ago | Scotsman.com
AN ISLAND mother is to lodge a complaint after a mainland hospital discharged her and her newborn baby in the middle of the night.
23 hrs ago | Evening Times
HUNDREDS of small-scale windfarms have been given planning permission and are due to appear in the next few months, it was revealed today.
Defence ministers are to face questions this week over an emergency exercise that revealed how Scotland could be left to fend for itself after a catastrophic nuclear weapons accident.
Jason farmer / staff photographer Mr. Skovira found this Nazi flag in a German police station, then sent it home as a souvenir of his war experience.
In ancient times, before trousers, someone with an enormous penis could let the weight of his phallus hang right down from the middle of his being.
British fighter jets escorted an EgyptAir plane bound for New York to a Scottish airport on Saturday after a note was found on board threatening to set it on fire, authorities and eyewitnesses said.
EgyptAir Flight 985, bound for New York City from Cairo, was diverted to Glasgow, Scotland, after a passenger found a threatening letter in the bathroom, June 15, 2013.
The drugs were found on Friday in a building in West Dunbartonshire and in a vehicle travelling in South Lanarkshire.
Their call came as figures from Glasgow City Council showed the number of people visiting the city's main shopping areas known as footfall fell more than 8% in the second half of last year.
Former Strathclyde Police chief and now head of the national force, Steve House, has been recognised for services to law and order.