New Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard promised to offer voters a "message of real hope" as he set his sights on becoming the country's next first minister.
Politicians have been urged to show "moral and political" leadership by overhauling the current "unsustainable" UK state pension scheme.
More Scots over the age of 55 are saving money to go travelling than are putting away cash to leave to their families, according to new research.
The Kingsway was closed for a brief period on Friday night following a crash. Police Scotland closed both sides of Dundee’s dual carriageway after an accident. The road was reopened before 11pm. A police spokesperson confirmed a diversion is currently in place and that the person involved in the crash suffered “minor injuries”.
A man has been detained following an "isolated disturbance" in Dundee's West End.
The Prince of Wales was welcomed with pomp and ceremony to Antigua and Barbuda as his tour of hurricane-ravaged Caribbean islands began.
A complete family of prehistoric mammoth skeletons will go under the hammer for the first time.
A man has been struck by a car in Glenrothes. The town’s Leslie Road was closed for a period on Friday night as emergency services treated the male victim. The pedestrian in question has been transferred to hospital. A police spokesperson confirmed his injuries are not thought to be life threatening.
US civil rights campaigner Jesse Jackson has revealed he is suffering from Parkinson’s disease.
A member of the Rothschild family has told of her shock after a mid-air collision between a helicopter and an aircraft missed her by five minutes.
A new council gritter is to be named Gritsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Yellow Anti-Slip Machiney after a massive public poll attracted more than 40,000 votes on Twitter.
Tickets still remain for a fundraising evening launched to mark the life of a well-loved Dundee man.
Health Secretary Shona Robison has ordered an independent review after a whistleblower raised concerns that long A&E waiting times at a hospital were being under-reported.
Amanda Kopel has been named Public Campaigner of the Year at the Scottish Politician of the Year awards.
Fans of KFC can celebrate their love of the fast food even at Christmas.
Aberdeen's plans for a new football stadium are to go back out to public consultation.
Phil O'Donnell's youngest son will parade the League Cup around Hampden before his late father's former clubs meet in the final, almost ten years since he died aged 35.
A police force is to introduce spit guards after the number of assaults against officers doubled.
Sarah Clarke has been named as the first female Black Rod in the House of Lords in the 650-year history of the position.
Police are to investigate claims that children as young as 12 are routinely being sold for sex in one of Scotland's most deprived areas.