The murder trial of a Czech man suspected of killing a Fife woman in a remote village in Finland is expected to begin on Wednesday.
A man has been arrested by police following an apparent two month crime wave in St Andrews.
A minister has spoken of his outrage after discovering a freshly carved swastika on a tree at a local beauty spot.
Council leisure centres, universities and private schools would be forced into paying business rates under reforms suggested in a major review.
As my regular reader knows, I am not a great one for nature and my mistrust of birds verges on the phobic. An incident in the garden of Penman Towers has now made me even more scared and paranoid about the natural world than ever.
So the handover took place, notably to a couple of 13-year-old young girl golfers from a group brought out to Iowa by VisitScotland rather than a fat man in a suit, and Scotland and Gleneagles is now the Solheim Cup host.
Explorer Paul Murton is taking us on another Grand Tour of Scotland in a brilliant new TV series about lochs. Gayle Ritchie catches up with the presented on his travels...
Dundee boss Neil McCann is looking at former Rangers and Aberdeen target Khalid Aucho and ex-Nottingham Forest striker James Demetriou as he bids to ease his selection crisis.
Government and farming industry patience has finally expired with beef producers who are failing to clean up herds infected with the scourge of Bovine Viral Diarrhoea (BVD).
Sir, - The 30 or so businesses supporting the offshore wind turbine development opposed by the RSPB are correct and justified only in that Fife and the wider areas of east-central Scotland desperately need more jobs and local supply-chain activities.