A British judo star critically injured in a motorbike accident in Vietnam has woken from her coma and reached for her Father's hand.
Singer Susan Boyle has revealed she is giving up sweets for the next 40 days as she backed a charity's Lent fundraising appeal.
Independent Scots shopkeepers are being encouraged to stop selling energy drinks to children as momentum in support of stricter controls on the caffeine-packed products gathers pace.
Tennis ace Andy Murray bought the Cromlix Hotel on a whim after its former owners left their card at his uncle’s optometrists business in Dunblane, his mum Judy has revealed.
Scotland’s medical practices could be headed for meltdown after it emerged more than half of all GPs plan to quit or slash their working hours within the next five years.
The use of Police Scotland’s stop and search tactic has increased by more than 470% in one year in areas of Courier Country.
A programme to support families and challenge the behaviour of domestic abusers is to be expanded following a £360,000 cash injection.
A Scottish charity that provides meals to more than a million impoverished children around the world is to benefit from £5 million in UK Government funding.
A shocking new study has revealed enough alcohol to take an adult up to the recommended weekly limit can be purchased for just £2.52.
It is 135 years since the Tay Rail Bridge collapsed. Jack McKeown interviews historian Rosa Matheson, who has looked at the human cost of the disaster.