Twenty years after the death of Princess Diana, Michael Alexander looks at her connections with Courier Country.
A blast of Arctic weather brought freezing temperatures to Scotland on Friday, grinding trains to a halt and causing white-out conditions on roads.
The Royal Bank of Scotland is to close 62 branches north of the border in a move it says is driven by customers' increasing use of digital technology.
Scotland could be treated to a spectacular show in the night sky next week as the Orionid Meteor Shower reaches its peak.
Wings Over Scotland blogger Stuart Campbell has begun court proceedings over claims that Labour politician and I’m a Celebrity star Kezia Dugdale defamed him in a newspaper article.
VIDEO: Inverness boss John Robertson gives brilliant interview after kids beat his team 20-5 in #BiggestHomeGame
Dundee boss Neil McCann was given plenty to think about last week when his team were given a lesson from a team of young fans.
This winter could be the coldest in Scotland since records began.
Claim that trains between Edinburgh and Perth are slow coaches of Britain is ‘flawed’, say transport chiefs
As new research suggests Edinburgh to Perth trains are amongst the slowest in the UK, is it time to invest in a new direct rail link with the capital, or is the speed study simply flawed? Michael Alexander reports.
Amid concerns about the impact of concussion on children, World Rugby has criticised claims in a study calling for tackling and scrums to be banned in school sport. Michael Alexander reports.
PICTURES: When “thunder snow” caused chaos across Tayside…Do you remember the epic winter of 2010-11?
With temperatures expected to plunge in the next few days and Scotland's ski slopes filling up with snow, we look back on one of the toughest winters in living memory. Exactly seven years ago Tayside and Fife was entering into one of the most gruelling and severe winters in recent memory.