» Leaders clash over Scottish budget 'con' claims
23/11/17 15:55 from BBC News - Scotland
Nicola Sturgeon and Ruth Davidson trade barbs over Scotland's share of the chancellor's Autumn Budget.
» Brexit scuppers Dundee's 2023 European Capital of Culture bids
23/11/17 15:51 from BBC News - Scotland
Five UK cities will no longer be able to compete for the European Capital of Culture 2023 title.
» Second man in court over Bridge of Weir farm shooting
23/11/17 15:42 from BBC News - Scotland
The 36-year-old is accused of attempting to murder a man in Renfrewshire on 31 October.
» Union members at Dounreay reject pay offer
23/11/17 15:42 from BBC News - Scotland
Trade unions representing workers at the Dounreay nuclear site are preparing for a ballot on industrial action in a dispute over pay.
» Campbeltown Picture House returned to former glory
23/11/17 15:21 from BBC News - Scotland
The art nouveau Picture House in Campbeltown, first opened in 1913, has undergone a £3.5m restoration.
» Dolly the sheep health fears 'unfounded'
23/11/17 15:17 from BBC News - Scotland
Concerns that Dolly the cloned sheep had early-onset arthritis were unfounded, scientists say.
» Pole winners
23/11/17 15:05 from BBC News - Scotland
Barra secures official recognition of its flag but where else in Scotland has its own banner?
» Puppy trader sold trafficked dogs
23/11/17 14:54 from BBC News - Scotland
Jaimie Colquhoun sold animals on Gumtree that had been trafficked from illegal breeders in Ireland.
» Weather warnings for Scotland as temperatures drop
23/11/17 14:29 from BBC News - Scotland
Weather alerts are issued but the band of snow moves northwards faster than expected
» Derek McInnes: Aberdeen say Rangers target has told chairman he's not leaving
23/11/17 13:58 from BBC News - Scotland
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes has told the club he is not leaving his job, says chairman Stewart Milne.
» Annie Lennox named Glasgow Caledonian University chancellor
23/11/17 13:55 from BBC News - Scotland
The Eurythmics star will become the first woman to take on the role as chancellor at Glasgow Caledonian University.
» Emma Caldwell: Police accused of gross misconduct
23/11/17 13:49 from BBC News - Scotland
The Police Service of Northern Ireland is investigating the role of seven Police Scotland officers.
» Rangers: Graeme Murty urges clarity over managerial vacancy
23/11/17 13:35 from BBC News - Scotland
Interim Rangers manager Graeme Murty urges clarity over who will succeed Pedro Caixinha at Ibrox.
» Photographer suing over Craigievar Castle nude shots wrangle
23/11/17 13:14 from BBC News - Scotland
The National Trust for Scotland (NTS) said the nude photo shoot at 17th Century Craigievar Castle was "unauthorised".
» Government plans £15bn RBS share sale
23/11/17 12:41 from BBC News - Scotland
UK ministers revive plans to re-privatise Royal Bank of Scotland after its 2008 financial crisis bailout.
» Edinburgh Tram Inquiry: Costs reach £7.2m
23/11/17 12:18 from BBC News - Scotland
The inquiry cost has increased by £1.2m since the public hearing began under Lord Hardie on 5 September.
» Girl's lost teddy flown 200 miles home to Orkney from Edinburgh
23/11/17 11:19 from BBC News - Scotland
Four-year-old Summer, from Orkney, forgot to put the soft toy back in her bag at the security area of Edinburgh Airport.
» Hearts: Craig Levein - Players may need to leave before I can 'fix' squad
23/11/17 11:04 from BBC News - Scotland
Hearts boss Craig Levein concedes he may need to 'make some headroom' before he can strengthen his squad in January.
» Yellow Warning of Ice for Central, Tayside & Fife
23/11/17 10:49 from Met Office Warnings for Central, Tayside & Fife
Yellow Warning of Ice for Central, Tayside & Fife : Falkirk, Perth and Kinross, Stirling & Clackmannanshire valid from 1800 Thu 23 Nov to 1000 Fri 24 Nov
» Paris St-Germain 7-1 Celtic: James Forrest - We are still on course for Europa League
23/11/17 07:55 from BBC News - Scotland
James Forrest insists Celtic are still on course to achieve their aim of a Europa League spot despite a 7-1 rout in Paris.