Scotland

MSPs set for Brexit bill talks at House of Lords

MSPs head for the House of Lords for talks with MPs and peers in a bid to avert a Brexit "constitutional crisis".

Scotland

MSPs recommend repeal of Offensive Behaviour at Football Act

A majority of members on Holyrood's justice committee back a bid to repeal the Offensive Behaviour at Football Act.

Scotland

Ex-Carillion boss resigns from Aberdeen oil services giant

Richard Howson, who left Carillion just weeks before it went into administration, has stepped down from the board of Wood.

Scotland

Two men arrested after £250,000 of cannabis seized from flat

Officers targeted the property in the east end of Glasgow at about 14:00 on Tuesday.

Scotland

Care home nun admits slapping children on the hand

The sister rejected claims she beat and insulted children at Smyllum Park orphanage in Lanark.

Scotland

Murder trial told of taxi driver's 'fright'

A 31-year-old man goes on trial accused of stabbing another man to death in a Dundee street.

Scotland

RBS stands by branch closure decision

Officials from the bank faced questions from MPs over plans to close a third of its branches in Scotland.

Scotland

Serious Shetland crash victim flown to Aberdeen for treatment

The 59-year-old man was hurt on the outskirts of Lerwick and has been flown to Aberdeen.

Scotland

Meet Phelps, the swimming hedgehog

A young hedgehog has been receiving hydrotherapy care to help it build up strength in its hind legs.

Scotland

Drivers facing major disruption due to icy conditions

Drivers across Scotland are facing major disruptions on the roads due to icy conditions.

Scotland

SNP slams Scots Tories over Brexit bill

The party claims the Conservatives acted as "lobby fodder" for the UK government by opposing changes to the bill.

Scotland

Fence stops runaway lorry as it ploughs down icy street

The vehicle took off after workmen got out to help clear a road in Glenmavis, North Lanarkshire.

Scotland

Sepa halts movement of rigs from Cromarty Firth

The Scottish Environment Protection Agency says it has concerns about the movement of the three rigs.

Scotland

Edinburgh team helping to design robots for Mars

Two legs good, but robots looking too similar to human beings could be bad, suggests Edinburgh-based scientist.

Scotland

Hearing into Aberdeen FC stadium plans to be held

Aberdeen FC put plans for the £50m stadium and training facilities at Kingsford on hold in October.

Scotland

School staff 'need mental health training'

A charity calls on the Scottish government to train all school staff in mental health.

Scotland

Difficult driving conditions as snow sweeps Scotland

Police in Dumfries and Galloway warned against "all but essential travel" on Tuesday night.

Scotland

Carillion helplines set up in Scotland

The Scottish government says the helplines will offer assistance to anyone affected by the firm's collapse.

Scotland

Sixth complaint against Police Scotland Chief Constable Phil Gormley

BBC Scotland understands the latest complaint against Phil Gormley was made by a civilian worker.

Scotland

Wife told how 'slave' husband was driven away from home

Christina Anderson told the High Court in Glasgow James Keith suffered at the hands of the McPhee family.

Scotland

Where's Sir Andy Flurry? Keeping track of Scotland's gritters

An online tracker showing Scotland's cleverly named gritters becomes a social media hit.

Scotland

'Significant cuts' in education roles in Highlands proposed

Head teachers in the Highlands have been told in a letter that savings need to be made in education.

Scotland

Police now treating Renfrew assault as attempted murder

Police were unsure if a man found with serious facial injuries on Sunday had fallen or was attacked.

Scotland

Man jailed for 23 years for murdering his mother

William Kelly doused the 71-year-old in petrol at their home in Kilmarnock and set her on fire.

Scotland

Three men attack and rob woman in Fort William

The 50-year-old woman suffered injuries to her face and had jewellery taken from her after being knocked to the ground.

Scotland

Child injured in Aberdeen school wall incident

An 11-year-old boy is injured after rendering falls from a playground wall at a school in Aberdeen.

Scotland

Brushing only party protects children's teeth

A study of almost 4,000 pre-school children shows snacking habits are most strongly associated with decay.

Other news portals: S4news.in, S4news.de.
Other portals: Property for sale in UK, S4jobs.com, Best jobs in United Kingdom, Beste jobs in Deutschland.