Scientists who have completed a DNA investigation of the waters of Loch Ness have said that one theory about its fabled monster “remains plausible”.
The legend of the Loch Ness Monster is most likely to have been sparked by sightings of giant eels, scientists say.
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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.
Wild salmon populations across the Atlantic are continuing to fall, casting doubt the future of one of Scotland’s most iconic species.
Golf tournament organisers have reassured fans that Hollywood star Bill Murray is fit to play despite reports he had been involved in a car crash.
Bridges closed, rail services at standstill and roads blocked as Storm Ali rips through Tayside and Fife
Storm Ali, the first named storm of the season, is causing havoc across Scotland.
Fans and football greats pay their final respects to Celtic and Scotland legend Billy McNeill.