A disastrous night for Labour has left the Conservatives on the brink of forming a new government and the SNP celebrating its near total domination of Scottish politics.
Scottish Labour has unveiled a plan to end the need for foodbanks, as figures show more than 60 children a day are relying on food hand-outs.
The Conservatives should form a minority UK Government as it is “unlikely” they will win a majority in May, according to the party’s Scottish leader.
The SNP would team up with Labour to hike tax for the highest earners.
A national curling centre should be based in Stirling in the wake of sporting success at the Winter Olympics, an MSP has said.
David Cameron has led tributes to record-breaking athlete and Tory former minister Sir Christopher Chataway, describing him as “one of a kind” and a “great Briton”.
All Commonwealth Games tickets for shooting events at Barry Buddon have sold out, according to the minister in charge of the event.
Dundee and Stirling have both been offered consolation prizes after missing out on Scotland’s National Performance Centre for Sport.
British Swimming has given a strong indication that Stirling’s centre of excellence could lose its international training centre status.
A nationwide tour will take place to ask Scots what they want the lasting effect of next year’s Commonwealth Games to be.