New legislation to extend the no-fly zone for drones around airports will come into force next month, the Department for Transport has announced.
Critically-acclaimed drama Tutti Frutti is to return to TV screens after more than 30 years when it is shown on the new BBC Scotland channel.
Annie Mac has pledged to tackle the “embarrassingly lopsided” gender imbalance in the music industry.
A scheme designed to help businesses develop and grow has been criticised by MSPs over its “lack of accountability and transparency”.
A special Holyrood committee set up to probe how misconduct allegations against former first minister Alex Salmond were handled is to meet for the first time.
What is it? The market for highly focused, track-orientated supercars is a lucrative business – you only need to look Germany’s way for proof of that and the success of the likes of the Porsche GT3. So it’s hardly a surprise that relative upstart McLaren has sought to emulate that cash cow with its LT series. Short for Longtail, the marque’s track-orientated range follows in the famous footsteps of the 1997 Le Mans-winning F1 GTR Longtail. Now it’s time for the fifth chapter in the firm’s LT story – the 600LT Spider.
Sir Philip Green is being investigated by US police after a fitness instructor alleged the retail tycoon groped her at a luxury resort, officers have said.
Officials at the Grand Canyon are investigating whether anyone was exposed to radiation at unsafe levels while samples of uranium ore sat in plastic buckets in a research building.
An eighth Labour MP has quit the party to join the breakaway Independent Group in protest at Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership.
A ticket bought in Ireland has won the £153 million (175 million euro) EuroMillions jackpot, the biggest in the country’s history.