Fans and football greats pay their final respects to Celtic and Scotland legend Billy McNeill.
Scotland sweltered on the hottest Easter Monday since records began with the highest temperature recorded in the Highland village of Kinlochewe.
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The annual 'Fastern’s E'en Hand Ba' event on Jedburgh's High Street in the Scottish Borders. The annual event, which started in the 1700's, traditionally the first ever game was played with an Englishman's head, involves two teams, the Uppies (residents from the higher part of Jedburgh) and the Doonies (residents from the lower part of Jedburgh) getting the ball to either the top or bottom of the town. The ball, which is made of leather, stuffed with straw and decorated with ribbons representing hair, is thrown into the crowd to begin the game.
Staring into the ‘bowels of hell’: Lockerbie disaster 30 years on and the ongoing transatlantic search for justice
In an exclusive interview marking the 30th anniversary of the Lockerbie bombing, Michael Alexander speaks to an American terrorism expert whose university is marking the loss of 35 of its students in the attack - and hears the 'hellish' memories of several journalists who covered the aftermath.
A Dundee researcher said "liquefied" soil may have caused hundreds of deaths following the devastating earthquake and tsunami in Indonesia.
These images show the crew of the Radiant Star fishing in the North Sea. The UK fishing industry has been a vocal constituency throughout the negotiation of the draft Brexit agreement.
The head of MI6 has warned Russia against underestimating the organisation's capabilities as he spoke of the Novichok poisoning in Salisbury.