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.
College chiefs have written directly to lecturers urging them to reconsider further strike action in a dispute over pay.
Nearly 100,000 operations have been cancelled across Scotland’s NHS since 2016.
Police control room staff did not send any officers to the home of a woman who was found dead in a cupboard there 12 hours later, a report has found.
Scotland’s economy grew more than that of the UK in the final three months of 2018.
A proposed shake-up of council wards in local authorities covering Scotland’s islands has taken a step forward.
The opening of the V&A Dundee has helped boost visitor numbers at nearby attractions by up to 40%, according to new research.
Around £200 billion will need to be spent to add a generation of productive life to the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS), according to a new report.