A Fife dad has created his own mini marvel of engineering — in the shape of a replica Forth Bridge in his back garden.
Volunteer lifesavers battled through the night to rescue the crew of a stricken fishing vessel.
A Dutch appeals court has upheld a landmark ruling that ordered the government to cut the country’s greenhouse gas emissions by at least 25% by 2020 from benchmark 1990 levels.
Royal Bank of Scotland’s boss has called for regulation of small business lending in the UK, despite dodging disciplinary action over the mistreatment of SMEs by its Global Restructuring Group earlier this year.
Your centre back having a dig from 40 yards out when you’re 2-0 down is usually cause for groans from fans, but not in the case of Irishman Ian Morris.
Two church workers who assaulted children for failing to get top grades at school have walked free from court.
More people are holidaying alone to keep them “sane” and because they do not want to compromise, according to new research.
Heavy rain and strong winds have caused disruption to travel across Scotland, affecting roads, rail and ferry services.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un wants Pope Francis to visit his country, South Korean officials have said.
Dundee United's new manager Robbie Neilson says he is "confident" he can lead the Tangerines back to the top league in Scotland.