Train companies must have a “robust contingency plan” in case Sunday’s timetable change leads to a repeat of last year’s meltdown, public transport campaigners have warned.
A new Moderator of the Church of Scotland’s General Assembly has been installed.
Nigel Farage has made a pitch to SNP voters in Scotland, saying Scottish independence while still in the EU is the “most dishonest political discourse I’ve ever seen anywhere in the world”.
A man has made a second court appearance over the murder of a woman whose body has yet to be found.
Barlinnie Prison is running at an occupancy rate significantly over its capacity, according to latest figures.
An appeal has been launched for a man police want to trace after an attack which left the victim with “considerable scarring”.
An emu is on the loose after escaping from its enclosure at a care home.
An aircraft engineer who worked on the helicopter which crashed into a pub was not aware of an information notice about problems with fuel indicators, an inquiry has heard.
Scotland could benefit from an economic boost if further referendums on independence and Brexit are ruled out, Ruth Davidson has said.
New guidelines have been published to help teachers talk “confidently and sensitively” to young people about relationships.