A biography of a war correspondent killed in Syria has won a literary prize in the centenary year of the awards.
Workers are planning to strike at sites owned by the UK’s largest producer of whisky amid a dispute over pay.
Pupils will now only be authorised to miss school to go on climate strikes once a year after a decision by Edinburgh City Council.
Twitter is set to celebrate the success of #ScottishTwitter with an “immersive visitor centre” during the Edinburgh Fringe.
Lewis Capaldi has been honoured by Greggs with his very own blue plaque.
The administrators of Harland and Wolff in Belfast have allowed further time to explore potential rescue deals for the famous shipyard.
The Scottish Greens are calling for councillors to “see sense” ahead of discussing proposals to restrict the number of climate change protests school pupils take part in.
A sportswoman and conservationist is taking to the air for a trip of more than 6,000 miles to track the migration route of ospreys from the UK to Africa.
Ten records have been chosen for the shortlist of the 2019 Scottish Album of the Year (SAY) Award.
Nicola Sturgeon has said that she will not rule out any options in a bid to avoid a no-deal Brexit.