Scotland's Euro 2020 qualifying campaign got off to a disastrous start as Alex McLeish's men fell to a 3-0 defeat by Kazakhstan.
Fed-up Fife train passengers had the chance to quiz ScotRail directly at a public meeting. ScotRail Alliance managing director Alex Hynes accepted an invitation to attend and answer questions from the floor at the event at Kirkcaldy Town Hall organised by Lesley Laird MP. Read a full report here.
Excitement is building in Lerwick as Shetland once again hosts the spectacular Up Helly Aa festival. Our colleagues at the Press & Journal will be bringing you all the sights and sounds from the world-famous event, culminating in the torching of the viking galley on Tuesday evening.
A Fife man who sexually abused two young schoolgirls at his house has been jailed for 30 months.
The sixth Courier Business Awards, in association with Henderson Loggie, are under way attended by over 700 guests.
The opening of V&A Dundee is stepping up a gear as the city rocks to a concert by Primal Scream. The 3D Festival kicks off this evening with a concert headlined by Bobby Gillespie & Co. The city centre is said to be “buzzing” as the V&A Dundee opening weekend party gets into gear.
Media from across the world have been invited to tour V&A Dundee for the first time. Hundreds of journalists were given access to the Kengo Kuma-designed museum ahead of its public opening on Saturday. Follow The Courier team’s updates:
Beast from the East: Motorists trapped, schools closed and travel services cancelled as snow causes chaos
Hundreds of schools are closed and rail and bus services cancelled as Scotland continues to be battered by the "Beast from the East".
More than 400 schools across Scotland have been forced to shut as the country gets braced for snow with potentially the highest level of warning from forecasters.
Theresa May is due to make her position clear after her gamble to hold a snap general election spectacularly failed.