New TV channel for BBC in Scotland
The BBC in Scotland will launch a new channel, with a £30m budget, in autumn 2018.
Storm Doris forecast prompts amber snow warning
Preparations are under way across many parts of Scotland ahead of an amber snow warning linked to the arrival of Storm Doris.
Dean Brett: Cowdenbeath defender banned over 'offensive tweets'
Cowdenbeath's Dean Brett will serve a four-match ban after being found in breach of SFA disciplinary rules on social media.
Scottish Landscape Photographer of the Year Awards winners
Dumfries-born photographer Nick Hanson has been announced as this year's overall winner in the Scottish Landscape Photographer of the Year Awards.
Glasgow rail delays over 'abusive' passenger
An "abusive passenger" causes widespread disruption to rail services in the Glasgow area, ScotRail says.
Woman raped by driver after night out in Edinburgh
A woman is raped by the driver of a car she got into after a night out in Edinburgh.
Calls for 'fundamental' Scots business rates review
The Scottish government is urged to undertake a "fundamental review" of the business rates system.
Call for government action over fall in bus journeys
The Scottish government faces calls to increase investment in bus services as passenger journeys drop.
Aberdeen City Council freezes council tax rate
Aberdeen will not have an across the board council tax rise, but a Band H property will go up by more than £550 after MSPs agreed changes.
Spiegeltent loses Edinburgh Festival home
The famous Spiegeltent has lost its home during the Edinburgh Festival.
Snapchat groomer reported to police by father
A man who groomed a 14-year-old girl over social media before having sex with her was reported to police by his father, a court hears.
Coca-Cola backs Scottish bottle deposit scheme calls
Drinks giant Coca-Cola backs calls for a deposit return scheme for cans and bottles in Scotland.
Gordon Aikman: Scholarship to commemorate MND campaigner
A new £25,000 scholarship to support improvements in motor neurone disease (MND) care in Scotland is to be set up in honour of campaigner Gordon Aikman.
Mundell: Article 50 not a 'red line' for Scots Brexit talks
The triggering of Article 50 is not a "red line" for talks over Scottish engagement in the Brexit process, the Scottish secretary says.
Glasgow janitors stage further two-week strike
Glasgow primary school janitors have started another two-week strike in a long-running dispute over plans to re-organise the service and pay.
Tony Hall announces new BBC TV channel for Scotland
BBC director general Tony Hall announces plans to launch a new dedicated TV channel for Scotland.
Miserable TV minister the Reverend IM Jolly is making a comeback
The Reverend IM Jolly, the miserable minister who preached on TV screens at Hogmanay, is making a comeback.
Edinburgh's views of new BBC TV channel for Scotland
Viewers in Edinburgh say they have mixed opinions about the plans for a new BBC TV channel for Scotland.
Feral cats neutered to protect wildcats
About 80 feral cats are neutered as part of a project to prevent them breeding with wildcats.
Report reveals Scottish charities' financial pressures
A report by the Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations finds Scottish charities are facing severe financial pressures.
The Tawse was the Scottish education system’s corporal punishment weapon of choice
An essential part of the teacher’s trade, the Lochgelly Tawse was the Scottish education system’s corporal punishment weapon of choice against unruly students.
Scottish Conservative MSP Annie Wells on being young and gay
Scottish Conservative MSP Annie Wells tells Holyrood that coming to terms with being gay as a young teenager took her to a "dark and confusing place".
Images of Scapa Flow warship scrap sites dive
Photographs are released showing a dive to the scrap sites of Germany's World War One High Seas Fleet in Scapa Flow, Orkney.
Your pictures of Luskentyre beach as it hits the 'UK's top 10'
A beach in the Western Isles is named one of the UK's best beaches in the TripAdvisor Travellers' Choice Awards.
Miserable minister the Rev IM Jolly to make comeback
The Reverend IM Jolly, the miserable minister famous for his Hogmanay sermons, is making a comeback.
Scotland's papers: May's union 'fightback' and rates reprieve
Scotland's front pages: Theresa May orders Cabinet to get ready for independence fight and SNP bows to business rate pressure.
Your pictures: 3 - 10 Feb
A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 3 and 10 February.
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All you need to know about sending in photographs for our weekly gallery.
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A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 27 January and 3 February.
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A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 20 and 27 January.
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A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 13 and 20 January.
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A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 6 and 13 January.
Hibernian 3-1 Heart of Midlothian
Holders Hibernian beat Edinburgh rivals Hearts to set up a home Scottish Cup quarter-final with Ayr United.
Six Nations 2017: Scotland can benefit from Glasgow half-backs - Huw Jones
Familiarity with Finn Russell's game means Scotland's scrum-halves can offset the loss of Greig Laidlaw, says Huw Jones.
Rangers interim boss Graeme Murty undecided on future
Graeme Murty says his spell as interim Rangers manager is teaching him whether he has the "temperament" to be a first-team boss.
Hibs' response against Hearts delights boss Neil Lennon
Neil Lennon got the desired reaction from his Hibs side in their "magnificent" Scottish Cup win over Edinburgh rivals Hearts.
For years councils have warned of tight budgets and many argue the Scottish government does not give them enough money. So why are some voluntarily freezing the council tax?
Reign of terror
For children schooled in Scotland right up until 1980s, a particular leather product was the source of fear and dread - the Lochgelly Tawse.
Scotland's Hall of Heroes at the Wallace Monument is set to honour a woman for the first time.
Twenty years ago, a busload of Scottish musicians travelled to France to play at a music festival. They went on to become some of the biggest names in the business.
Kidnap and regicide
A team of academics is hoping to find the grave of a 15th Century king of Scotland. Who was James I and why don't we know where he's buried?
Party season: Looking ahead to Scotland's political conferences
Scotland's political parties gearing up for their Spring conferences - here's what to expect.
Your pictures of Scotland: 10-17 February
A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 10 and 17 February.