Police investigate NHS Tayside brain surgeon harm
Police have spoken to more than 20 people in relation to NHS Tayside brain surgeon Sam Eljamel.
Police Scotland cyber kiosks 'could be unlawful'
The introduction of technology allowing police to gather data from mobile phones faces delays.
Scotland's papers: Theresa May vows to see Brexit through
The Brexit deal backlash dominates Scotland's front pages as Theresa May is "beset by enemy forces".
Three arrested after death of man in Gartcosh house
The body of Stephen Anderson, 51, was discovered in a property in Gartcosh more than two weeks ago.
Melbourne shipwreck beer back in Glasgow after 150 years
Diver Jim Anderson discovered the 150-year-old Tennent's stout on a sunken clipper off the coast of Australia.
Sir Billy Connolly says 'art is my life now' as he unveils new show
Sir Billy was speaking as he unveiled his latest collection of drawings in Glasgow.
Woman dies in fire at farmhouse in Peterculter
An investigation is being carried out into the blaze at the property in Peterculter.
Brexit: Scottish Tory MP urges Mundell to quit over EU agreement
The Scottish secretary is told by a colleague that "no Unionist" could support the draft Brexit agreement.
Scottish Event Campus lodges £200m expansion plan
The management at Scotland's largest music venue want to add more meeting areas and a new entrance.
Man jailed for church and temple fires in Edinburgh
The 49-year-old told police after he was arrested that he had wanted to watch the buildings burn down.
Masked raiders rob pensioner couple in their home
The armed robbers threatened the Dundee couple, who are in their 70s, before stealing a car.
Boxer Mike Towell's manager 'knew nothing of seizures'
Mike Towell's former manager tells an inquiry he always asked boxers if they had any medical conditions when he took them on.
Art school admits 'poor communications' after Mack fire
Muriel Gray, chair of the Glasgow School of Art board, gave evidence before the culture committee.
Retired police officer jailed for child abuse in Anstruther
The man, now 76, plied the youngsters with drink and molested them at his then home in Anstruther, Fife.
Ryanair reinstates four Glasgow Airport routes
The airline cut 20 of its 23 services out of Glasgow Airport in February amid concerns over air passenger duty.
Man convicted of street knife murder bid caught on CCTV
David Holmes stabbed Gary Haggerty four times in the stomach in Duntocher, West Dunbartonshire.
Bus passengers hurt in Langholm lorry crash
A number of people are taken to hospital following the collision on the A7, just north of Langholm.
David Mundell says he is "staying as Scottish Secretary"
The Conservative MP has outlined his position after Theresa May unveiled her plan for an EU deal over Brexit.
Sir Billy Connolly on his health and his art
Sir Billy Connolly says his "art is his life now" as he unveils a new collection of drawings in Glasgow.
Brexit: Sturgeon says withdrawal plan 'not good for Scotland'
The Brexit withdrawal plan being considered by the Cabinet is not a good deal for Scotland, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says.
Kilbarchan organ saved by German church
When Kilbarchan West Church closed its doors in 2015 its organ fell silent, but now it is to be transported to a church in Germany where it will be played again.
Assaulted referee says he forgives his attackers
A referee who was assaulted after an amateur football match in the Republic of Ireland says he bears no animosity towards those who attacked him.
Bringing the hospital to the roadside in trauma care
A new health care system aims to deliver specialist care to the major trauma patients wherever they may be.
Sophia Jex-Blake: The battle to be Scotland's first female doctor
Sophia Jex-Blake was a pioneer of women's education on her way to be Scotland's first female doctor.
WW2 Indian soldiers who died in Scotland remembered
A service has been held at the graves of men who died in Scotland amid calls for a new memorial.
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Albania v Scotland: Alex McLeish confident of right-back solution
Scotland boss Alex McLeish says he has a plan to cope with having no natural right-back in his squad to face Albania in the Nations League.
Hannah Rankin ready to face Olympic champion Claressa Shields in Kansas
Farmer's daughter Hannah Rankin is a classically-trained musician, but on Saturday she aims to become Scotland's first female world champion.
Scottish Gossip: John Fleck, Leigh Griffiths, Scotland v Albania
Scotland call up midfielder but only for Israel game next week, Celtic striker back in training, Rangers submit Willie Collum complaint...
Callum Paterson: Cardiff's ex-Hearts defender 'can be foil for Scotland attackers'
"Athletic" Callum Paterson could be the ideal spearhead for Scotland in their Nations League games against Albania and Israel, says John Robertson.
Lee's Scottish legacy
Comic supremo Stan Lee's legacy lives on in Scottish comic book writers and their characters.
The woman who won a civil case against her attacker says the verdict is confusing and should be scrapped.
'Start talking to save lives'
Hollywood star Karen Gillan wants to "start a conversation" about suicide with her directorial debut.
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Held to account
As MSPs debate the age of criminal responsibility, what is the law now and how is it likely to change?
Hope or not?
Dundee's Michelin tyre plant is earmarked for closure, but could it yet be saved?