THE HIGHLANDS and islands have been given a £6.5 million share of a funding package for local authorities to be spent on infrastructure projects in the region.
THE CAMPAIGN for independence faces a considerable challenge to convince Scotland to vote yes but has a sizeable base of undecided voters to build on, a polling company said.
Tanker drivers servicing the BP Grangemouth oil refinery have voted to strike at the end of the week in a dispute over cuts to their pensions and pay.
MSPS have asked ministers for formal assurance that Edinburgh taxpayers will not face a multi-million-pound compensation bill for roadworks leading to the new Forth bridge, despite repeated reassurances by the transport minister.
A Doune company has become the latest victim of identity theft, after online fraudsters stole its identity to fleece customers out of thousands of pounds.
Butchers across Central Scotland, Fife and Tayside have seen trade soar by as much as 25% in the wake of the horsemeat scandal.
She was dubbed 'supergran' after bringing a runaway bus in Dundee City Centre to a halt.
A village doctor has admitting that he prescribed strong sedatives inappropriately to patients for up to eight years.
Trained dogs were welcomed into Ninewells Hospital in Dundee as part of Dementia Awareness Week in Tayside.
A Scots grandmother has inspired a range of Christmas jumpers featuring risqu reindeer.