TV presenter Lorraine Kelly has won a £1.2 million battle with HMRC after a tax tribunal judge ruled she was not an ITV employee.
Police are working to piece together the final movements of a man whose body was found in the grounds of a school in Glasgow.
A 93-year-old man has died following a fire at a property in Fife.
Fresh plans for industrial action on some North Sea platforms have been announced by the trade union Unite.
Extending free bus passes to all young Scots up to the age of 25 could cost as much as £230 million a year, the Transport Secretary has said.
A businessman protesting about his treatment by financial institutions has agreed to suspend his hunger strike ahead of a meeting later this week.
Scottish ministers have been urged to set out a timetable for introducing a minimum student income.
Tourism Secretary Fiona Hylsop has said the Scottish Government will bring forward legislation that could result in a new levy being charged on hotel stays – despite refusing to say if she supports the change.
A standing stone circle has been restored and returned to its home after temporarily making way for a £250 million development.
A pancreatic cancer trial that aims to match patients with more targeted and effective treatments for their tumours has recruited its 100th patient.