Thursday Aug 14
Approval recommended for 3,000 homes
Some 27,910 Scottish applicants won a place in UK higher education, an increase of 4% on last year.
Thursday Aug 14
Unfinished defences 'saved homes'
Partially completed flood alleviation schemes in Elgin and Forres "saved hundreds of homes and businesses" from flooding, Moray Council has said.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
Sleeper train passengers switched to bus in storm aftermath
The operation to clear up and assess damage caused by the storms and torrential rain of earlier this week got under way but the rail lines from Inverness to both Aberdeen and Perth remained out of action.
Emergency fund to help with Hurricane Bertha floods
Emergency funding will be provided for councils to deal with the costs of flood damage caused by the tail-end of Hurricane Bertha.
Tenement evacuated following blaze
The Scotsman and Press and Journal report on Scotland's floods, saying homes were evacuated, roads were closed and transport disrupted as Hurricane Bertha made its mark.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Travel warning after storm hits
The Scottish Environment Protection Agency has more than 20 flood warnings in place, covering Aberdeenshire, Speyside, Moray, Caithness and Sutherland, and Tayside.
City bypass prep work set to start
The move comes after preferred bidder Connect Roads signed a pre-start works agreement for the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route .
Hundreds of homes evacuated as parts of Scotland hit by 4ins of rain
Arrangements are being made for residents to leave their homes in parts of Elgin, Moray, as the level of the River Lossie continues to rise.
Man punched in unprovoked attack
The 25-year-old was walking near the tennis courts at the east end of the park at about 04:30 on Saturday when he was approached by two men.
Bumper summer for airports continues
Edinburgh Airport said more than 1.1 million passengers travelled through its terminal in July - a record for the month.
Bid to build skatepark resubmitted
A bid was initially made last year by the Jed Skatepark Group to develop a grassy area known locally as "the Dip", between the A68 and Jed Water.