The World's End murder trial has heard of possible DNA matches between the accused and two girls who were killed in 1977.
The Prime Minister has stepped into the row over an Edinburgh father sentenced to death in Pakistan for blasphemy.
Three men are charged after two cars were stolen during a series of robberies at homes in the north of Edinburgh.
The Scottish Government has allocated £3.7m towards the cost of buying another 83 low carbon emission buses.
Travel search provider Skyscanner announces it is buying Hungarian mobile app development company Distinction.
Edinburgh hopes to be take a step closer to hosting a stage of the Tour de France, after funding for other cycling events is approved.
A Polish man who had only just moved to Scotland has been convicted of raping a stranger just yards from her work in Edinburgh.
Sound waves and Soviet invasions chart Edinburgh's history
Ten years in pictures from the founder of photograph diary website Blipfoto
A selection of your photographs taken across Scotland
A technology company is to attempt to drive an electric car over some of the UK's highest roads
Transfer rules prevent injury-hit Hull City from recalling goalkeeper Mark Oxley from his loan at Hibernian.
Glasgow City and Spartans progress to the Scottish Cup final after beating Hibernian and Aberdeen, respectively.
A glut of goals ensures Hearts maintain their unbeaten record at the top of the Scottish Championship.
Hibernian move up to fourth in the Championship with a comfortable victory as Livi slip to bottom spot.
Rangers ensure Hearts' lead at the top of the Championship remains in single figures with a comfortable win over Raith Rovers.
Seventy five years after the first German air raid on the UK during World War Two, one of the last survivors recalls the attack.
Who has inspired you, your family or your friends to get more physically active? Do they deserve to get some recognition?
Officials deny owning a swarm of bees that attached to the Scottish Parliament's former visitors' entrance in Edinburgh.
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