German airline Lufthansa has cancelled hundreds of flights at its budget unit Eurowings, affecting 40,000 passengers, because of a strike by cabin crew.
Stocks of major household brands such as Marmite, Flora and Persil detergent are running low at Tesco following a row between the supermarket and Unilever, one of its main suppliers.
The polls closed and Fife’s decision had been made as the result of the region’s stake in the historic EU referendum were calculated. The Michael Woods Leisure Centre in Glenrothes was a hive of activity as the first ballot boxes arrived for counting shortly after 10pm.
Footballer Ched Evans has won his appeal against his conviction for raping a 19-year-old woman.
The exploits of Perthshire teenager Flora Shedden and other hopefuls in this year’s Great British Bake Off are expected to fuel a massive surge in spin-off charity funding.
Three bridges spanning three centuries have the potential to become a magnet for visitors from across the world, according to the chairman of VisitScotland, Mike Cantlay.
As the violence and bloodshed in Gaza continue to escalate, Courier contributor and Dundee University student Jalal Abukhater writes a personal viewpoint from the front line in Palestine.
Dundee-born tycoon Scot Young will appear in a new reality TV show thanks to his model girlfriend.
As Alex Salmond announces that every P1 to P3 child in Scotland will receive free school meals, Caroline Lindsay finds out more.
2013 is the 170th anniversary of the first Christmas card ever sent. But as Christmas e-cards increase in popularity in this digital age, Caroline Lindsay asks: does this mean the traditional Christmas card is dying out?