Scotland is tackling the longest cold spell for six years with 500 gritters and 100 snowploughs as a five-week chill from Europe sees forecasts of -18C and 10 inches of snow.
Scotland’s winter sports season got off to one of its earliest starts at the weekend – even without natural snow – with one pair travelling 600 miles just to ski.
Seven people from Tayside and Fife are among 700 new names in the 2019 edition of Who’s Who, which will be published on Monday.
A drive-in firm is to screen every Harry Potter film outside at Glencoe – one of the key locations which features in the series based on the novels by JK Rowling.
A former SNP member who "blared" an independence anthem at Conservative Party supporters from a van as they canvassed at the last general election has been fined £500.
A butcher just minutes from death after getting stuck in a freezer saved his own life by battering his way out -- with a frozen black pudding made by the Royal Family's favoured Scots butcher.
This winter could be the coldest in Scotland since records began.
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.
Appeal judges have been urged to look again at evidence that led to two former Dundee United players being labelled as rapists in a civil action.
The Church of Scotland is staging “men-only days” in an attempt to tackle a gender imbalance in its pews.