A study of the rapid decline of ancient ice sheets has left Scots scientists fearing modern-day climate change could lead to rapid sea level rise.
France was awash with blood as executions took place in the streets, aristocrats awaited sacrifice at the hands of revolutionaries and hundreds were drowned on wrecks lowered into the Loire.
Ultra-endurance cyclist Mark Beaumont has set a new World Record as his bid to cycle round the world in 80 days continues.
Daytime lane closures on the Queensferry Crossing will be lifted by 6am on Tuesday morning.
An Arbroath woman reported as missing has been found. Karen Stewart had been missing since around 11am on Wednesday July 19. Police appealed for information but later said she had been found safe and well.
Some of the finest days out in the country are to be had in Tayside and Fife, with the regions scooping some of the top prizes at the Scottish Hospitality Awards.
Scotland’s bumblebees are on the fritz say researchers at Stirling University, with controversial pesticides causing them to lose their buzz.
A serious accident has forced the closure of the northbound A9 near to Dunblane.
Health chiefs in Fife have committed to funding an additional motor neurone disease nurse on what is the first anniversary of the death of the dedicated MND campaigner, Gordon Aikman.
A massive drugs haul in Perthshire has been revealed as Scotland’s first commercial scale “shatter” factory.