The Government and the Army have been accused of covering up the killing of children in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Footballer Wayne Bridge has said his experiences on SAS: Who Dares Wins have inspired him to run a 156-mile ultra-marathon in the Sahara desert.
The first woman to complete the course in SAS: Who Dares Wins has said her performance “proves women are not second class”.
Four women will compete in the dramatic final episode of SAS: Who Dares Wins for the first time in the programme’s history.
The story of a plant rescued as a “symbol of hope” by a Montrose resident in the aftermath of the Iranian Embassy siege has brought back memories to one of the SAS heroes who stormed the building after a six-day siege.
A man who told police officers he would get the SAS to shoot them, attempted to kick a supermarket worker and threatened a woman working in a Perth bookmakers with violence was given a community disposal at court.
Staff on strike at Dundee University said they are keen to get back to the negotiating table over changes to their pension - despite Universities UK (UUK) saying the door to is still open for talks.
Michael Alexander speaks to Perthshire adventurer David Fox-Pitt about his passion for pushing people's boundaries.
The oystercatchers are back.
A Scots former SAS soldier has denied carrying out mercy killings in the 2003 Iraq war after it was reported he faced a murder probe over claims made in a book.