Rugby player Girvin Imrie is sentenced to six years for raping a teenager in a Fife garden last year.
A cyclist is placed in an induced coma by doctors after being knocked off his bike by a car in South Queensferry.
The Scottish government says it stands ready to assist in the case of a Scot who was shot by a prison guard in Pakistan.
Four Scottish universities rise up the Times Higher Education world rankings despite the UK coming under pressure from overseas competition.
Scottish journalist jobs are to be cut as newspaper titles cut costs and introduce technological change.
Researchers capture the social spread of a new type of tool use in a wild population of chimps for the first time.
Edinburgh unveils its programme of Christmas celebrations, promising they will be bigger and more affordable than ever.
Staff at Edinburgh Airport are using Google Glass headsets to help them deal with customer inquiries.
Ann Gloag tells a trial that she was in Kenya on the day charity campaign director Elaine McGonigle claimed expenses for meeting with her.
A selection of your photographs taken across Scotland
Large numbers of dead and dying young gannets have been found on the East Lothian coast
New gas and water technologies could add decades to the lifespan of oil reserves in the North Sea, according to Edinburgh researchers
Rangers' Kris Boyd and Bilel Mohsni are offered bans and accused of violent conduct against Hibernian.
Hibernian stun Rangers at Ibrox to register their first away win in the Scottish Championship this season.
Two goals by Osman Sow and strikes by Soufian El Hassnaoui, Jamie Walker and James Keatings give Hearts victory over Livingston.
Scottish Cup holders Glasgow City beat Hamilton 11-0 as Aberdeen, Hibs and Spartans also reach the semi-finals.
The family of an Edinburgh grandfather, who was shot and wounded by a prison officer while on death row in Pakistan, appeal for his release.
A firework display on the Forth Road Bridge has marked the end of celebrations of the crossing's 50th anniversary.
Officials deny owning a swarm of bees that attached to the Scottish Parliament's former visitors' entrance in Edinburgh.
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