» Eight injured in A82 lorry and minibus crash23/10/19 14:34 from BBC News - ScotlandThe casualties have been taken to three hospitals following the crash near Bridge of Orchy.
» New Elgin woods attack: Man in court charged with murder23/10/19 14:33 from BBC News - ScotlandAn 83-year-old man died and a minister and his wife both aged 70 were injured in the incident in Moray.
» Ofgem 'unable to approve' subsea cables from Shetland and the Western Isles23/10/19 14:17 from BBC News - ScotlandThe link from Shetland and the Western Isles would connect wind farms to the national grid.
» Playing the bagpipes is the perfect way to honour the teachings of his Hindu guru23/10/19 13:54 from BBC News - ScotlandFor Darshil, playing the bagpipes is the perfect way to honour the teachings of his Hindu guru. He leads the pipe band through the streets of North-West England.
» Knifeman jailed for life for Drumchapel murder of vulnerable man23/10/19 13:19 from BBC News - ScotlandJoseph McIntyre stabbed Darren Sinclair to death after luring him to waste ground in Drumchapel, Glasgow.
» Sturgeon and Drakeford back general election if no-deal risk removed23/10/19 13:14 from BBC News - ScotlandBut Nicola Sturgeon and Mark Drakeford say the risk of no-deal must first be removed before they agree to an early poll.
» Unite pushes for de-selection of Labour MP Ian Murray23/10/19 11:01 from BBC News - ScotlandThe union wants to prevent Edinburgh South MP Ian Murray from being a candidate in the next general election.
» Europa League: Rangers urge fans to 'maintain standards' in Porto23/10/19 10:58 from BBC News - ScotlandRangers urge fans going the Europa League group game with Porto not to sing songs or behave in a way that "Uefa could deem unacceptable".
» Brexit: PM to push for election if EU agrees three-month delay23/10/19 10:28 from BBC News - ScotlandIt comes as Boris Johnson "pauses" his Brexit bill after MPs reject his fast-track Commons timetable.
» Brexit factor in 'care jobs emergency'23/10/19 09:41 from BBC News - ScotlandRecruiter says Brexit is a key factor in the staffing crisis facing Scotland's care sector.
» Scottish FA head of refereeing operations John Fleming dies at 6223/10/19 08:41 from BBC News - ScotlandThe Scottish FA's head of referee operations John Fleming has died at age 62 after a prolonged illness.
» Celtic v Lazio: From 90s powerhouse to mid-table, Serie A side still pack a punch23/10/19 06:52 from BBC News - ScotlandLazio are no longer one of Serie A's heavyweights but Celtic's Europa League opponents can call on an array of international talent, writes Liam McLeod.
» Shooting: Commonwealth Games exclusion could be 'good' for Scotland, says Seonaid McIntosh23/10/19 06:18 from BBC News - ScotlandSeonaid McIntosh hopes the exclusion of shooting from the 2022 Commonwealth Games will end being "a good thing" for the sport in Scotland.
» Scottish universities 'oblivious' to extent of racial abuse22/10/19 23:11 from BBC News - ScotlandOne student felt the need to "act more white" and anti-English sentiment was found at Scottish institutions.
» 'Lord of the Rings' elm is Scotland's tree of the year22/10/19 23:07 from BBC News - ScotlandThe Last "Ent" of Affric beat five other outstanding Scottish trees to win the coveted Woodland Trust award.
» Breast cancer detected by thermal imaging scan in Edinburgh22/10/19 16:07 from BBC News - ScotlandA thermal imaging camera in Edinburgh showed that a Slough visitor's breast was a different colour.
» Regis Prograis v Josh Taylor: Rise from an Edinburgh hut to the cusp of greatness22/10/19 14:25 from BBC News - ScotlandBoxing trainer Terry McCormack talks about the kid Josh Taylor was, the man he has become and the superstar he could be.
» Face of a Medieval man found in Aberdeen reconstructed22/10/19 13:52 from BBC News - ScotlandThe man was one of 60 full skeletons found after work began at the Aberdeen Art Gallery site.
» PM tells Commons to back his deal to avoid no deal22/10/19 12:55 from BBC News - ScotlandPrime Minister Boris Johnson has urged MPs to back his deal so the government can stop no deal preparations and the country can "move on".
» Overtaking police car crashes into traffic lights22/10/19 09:58 from BBC News - ScotlandA police officer has been fined after crashing his patrol car into a set of traffic lights in Perth.