Scottish Greens 'leading change' - Harvie
The party's co-convener says the Greens are leading Scotland towards a "fairer and greener" future.
US life sciences firm BioClavis sets up base in Glasgow
The spin-out from a Californian molecular profiling company will create more than 40 jobs in Glasgow.
Glasgow artist Cathy Wilkes wins international prize
The former Turner Prize nominee is the first winner of the Maria Lassnig prize and has her work on display in New York.
Police conduct inquiries into Royal Bank of Scotland unit
Officers are looking into a division of the bank set up to help failing firms, the BBC understands.
Son of Clutha victim finally wins damages claim
John McGarrigle was one of 10 people who died when a police helicopter crashed into the roof of a Glasgow pub.
Double decker bus gets stuck under Aberdeen bridge
The accident happened on Riverside Drive in Aberdeen at the Wellington suspension bridge, causing rush hour delays.
Man charged after Edinburgh assault on 19-year-old
The incident in Morningside left the young man needing treatment for facial injuries.
Inaya Ahmed: Mother 'used pillow to kill daughter'
A woman accused of murdering her daughter made a confession to her sister-in-law, a court hears.
'Tracking device' led to Amazon depot evacuation
A bomb disposal team had been called to the Greenock depot after a suspicious package was found.
Defence Secretary says Clyde shipyard's have 'certainty'
Sir Michael Fallon claimed no other industry had as much certainty as shipbuilders on the Clyde.
Man guilty of raping 14-year-old girl outside supermarket
Samuel Ciornei raped the girl, who had gone to a shop to buy sweets, outside a supermarket in East Renfrewshire.
Rare Charles Rennie Mackintosh painting secured for nation
The National Galleries of Scotland buys the Charles Rennie Mackintosh painting for £65,000.
Signal fault causes rail disruption
Commuters on one of Scotland's busiest routes face major disruption after a signalling fault causes cancellations.
Man suffers serious head injuries after being hit by van near Newmachar
The pedestrian was struck by a white Mercedes Sprinter van on the A947 north of Newmachar in Aberdeenshire.
Consultation to seek views on national investment bank
A public consultation is to be launched on the detail of how it could support the Scottish economy.
Harry Benson has spent his life capturing images
Photographer Harry Benson has been talking to the BBC about his life of capturing striking images.
Bomb disposal called to Amazon warehouse
A Royal Navy bomb disposal team has been called to an Amazon depot in Inverclyde after reports that a "suspicious package" was found on site.
'Universal Credit isn't a fair system'
"It isn't a fair system." The story of one single mum who had to wait six weeks for her Universal Credit payment.
PMQs: Tory Douglas Ross shown 'red card' by SNP's John McNally
An MP asks the PM about one of her backbench MPs who is "doing his other job" in Barcelona.
'You are never too old to dance'
"It doesn't matter what age you are ...you can still dance". Meet 85-year-old Doreen and 90-year-old June as they prepare for a new show.
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John Hardie: Edinburgh & Scotland flanker suspended from duty
Edinburgh's Scotland flanker John Hardie is suspended pending an internal investigation, meaning he could miss the autumn Tests.
European Track Championships 2017: Katie Archibald wins women's individual pursuit
Britain's Katie Archibald wins her second medal of the European Track Championships with gold in the individual pursuit.
Neil Lennon: Hibs must be ready for Celtic backlash at Hampden
Head coach Neil Lennon warns Hibernian to prepare for a fired-up Celtic in Saturday's League Cup semi-final.
Rangers: Pedro Caixinha not discussing Kenny Miller furore - 'period'
Rangers boss Pedro Caixinha insists 'nothing distracts him' as he refuses to discuss Kenny Miller's agent's recent criticism.
Your pictures of Scotland: 13 - 20 October
A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent between 13 - 20 October.
'The gunshots were getting closer'
Lisa Marie Husby recalls the day Anders Breivik opened fire as she sat with students attending a summer camp in Norway.
'I pulled out my own hair'
Sufferers of the disorder trichotillomania feel relief from the hair-pulling that leaves them balding.
Sectioned at 13
At the age of 13, Rian, who is autistic and has learning difficulties, was sectioned and spent 11 months in a unit in Edinburgh.
Building V&A Dundee
The finishing touches are applied to the exterior of the £80.1m museum which will open next year.
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