The best news and pictures from Scotland this week.
A woman known as Scotland’s first female archaeologist is to be honoured with a plaque recognising her contribution to the field.
A vulnerable teenager who was reported missing from a university campus has been found safe and well.
A search is being carried out for a vulnerable teenager reported missing from a university campus.
As Neil Oliver prepares to share his love of the British Isles with Scottish audiences, he tells Caroline Lindsay about some of the places where the spirit of the past seems to linger.
Engineers are investigating the cause of a damaged railway in Highland Perthshire which caused chaos for commuters.
This year’s United Auctions Bull Sales in Stirling has seen hundreds of bulls and female cattle on show for farmers looking to replace or invest in new stock.
VIDEO: ‘Thank you, for everything’ – Huge outpouring of emotion from thousands of fans as Runrig play last ever shows
It was an emotional weekend for thousands of Scots music fans as one of the country's most famous and best-loved bands played their final ever shows.
The founder and chairman of Sistema Scotland has announced he will retire from the charity in December.
It has been a week of sporting triumph for Dundee's young athletes, after a local lad was named British tennis number one.