Nicola Sturgeon puts Scottish independence referendum bill on hold
First minister puts her referendum plans temporarily on hold, but says one is still likely by 2021.
Grenfell cladding found in Edinburgh Napier University halls of residence
Edinburgh Napier University orders repairs to be carried out to one of its residential buildings.
Armed robbery at Gleneagles Hotel boutique
Officers are in attendance at the Mappin and Webb boutique within the five-star Gleneagles golfing resort.
Scots ministers escalate dispute over Tory-DUP deal funds
The Scottish government is preparing to trigger formal dispute resolution talks over the £1bn Tory-DUP deal.
Singer Paolo Nutini on trial accused of drink driving
Paolo Nutini was arrested in February after a witness told police he saw him order a vodka before driving.
Kayaker thanks rescuer for saving life in Skye accident
The experienced paddler says he would have drowned after falling unconscious while swimming to shore after capsizing.
Crosshouse baby deaths report criticises staff shortages at hospital
The review was ordered after a BBC investigation revealed six "unnecessary" deaths at Crosshouse Hospital.
Schoolgirl admits acid attack at Haddington school
The 17-year-old pupil poured acid into a viola case owned by a girl who had started seeing her former boyfriend.
Man dies after being found near Inverness car park
Police in Inverness said the 40-year-old's death is not being treated as suspicious by police in Inverness.
Major Elgin housing application approved by Moray Council
The development in south Elgin includes 870 houses and a range of facilities, such as a sports centre.
Father of missing man charged over search house incident
Allan Bryant went missing after a night out at Styx nightclub in Glenrothes on 3 November 2013.
Dundee doctor convicted of drug supply charges
The 31-year-old was previously acquitted of causing a friend's death by giving her painkillers.
Scottish Episcopal Church elects Rt Rev Mark Strange as new Primus
The Rt Rev Mark Strange takes up his new role weeks after the church voted to allow same-sex marriage.
Nicola Sturgeon to 'reset' independence referendum plan
First Minister calls for independence referendum to be held in autumn 2018 or spring 2019.
HMS Queen Elizabeth sets sail from Rosyth for sea trials
The Royal Navy's new aircraft carrier has left its home port for the first time.
Centenary of Wilfred Owen's arrival in Edinburgh marked
The arrival of war poet Wilfred Owen in Edinburgh 100 years ago is re-enacted.
JK Rowling speaks in 1997 about how she got Harry Potter published
JK Rowling speaks in 1997 about how she got the first Harry Potter book published.
Meet RAF Lossiemouth's first response jets
RAF Lossiemouth's first response jets are standing by ready to intercept military and civilian aircraft which encroach UK airspace.
Vintage Bedford OB bus completes 1,200-mile Shetland trip
The Bedford OB was restored in Suffolk and set off from Norfolk on the 1,200-mile (1,931 km) trip.
UK's largest warship embarks on maiden voyage
The largest and most powerful ship to be built for the Royal Navy leaves its Rosyth dock for the first time.
Russell Brand to address Edinburgh International Television Festival
The comedian and actor will discuss his work, his commitment to comedy and fatherhood.
Cult TV series Raven to be made in Cairngorms
The children's fantasy adventure show which last aired in 2010 is to be made in the Cairngorms.
Scotland's papers: Theresa May's 'grubby' deal with the DUP
The Scottish and Welsh governments protest as Prime Minister Theresa May makes a £1bn pact with the DUP.
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Andy Halliday: Rangers midfielder set for loan move to Gabala in Azerbaijan
Rangers midfielder Andy Halliday is close to completing a season-long loan move to Azerbaijani side Gabala.
British & Irish Lions: Finn Russell & Allan Dell 'will wonder why they're there'
The Scotland players called up late to the British and Irish Lions tour will be “wondering why they are there”, says former Lions centre Alan Tait.
Scotland Women: Jen Beattie misses Euro 2017 through injury
Jen Beattie is ruled out through injury as Scotland name their squad for next month's Women's Euro 2017 finals.
Greg Stewart: Aberdeen sign Birmingham City forward on season-long loan
Birmingham City striker Greg Stewart joins Aberdeen on a year-long loan, making him the Dons' third summer signing.
The man who patented the first bank cash machine did not get the credit for his achievement for years.
Batman helped me cope
An artist tells how Adam West's Batman helped him handle "explosion" in his anxiety disorder following his mum's death.
A parliamentary inquiry was carried out after a fatal tower block fire in Irvine, North Ayrshire.
Can you believe it's 20 years since the publication of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone?
Rootin' aboot: Seeking out the action at Northern Roots Festival
After a two-year break, the music event returned at the weekend with more than 40 acts.
Growing up with cancer
Three teens share their experiences of being treated for cancer at a pivotal time in their lives.
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