Locharbriggs Orange Lodge seeks processions approval

An Orange Lodge in southern Scotland seeks approval for two processions to mark its 25th anniversary.

Man injured after being hit by lorry in Glasgow

The 36-year-old is in hospital after being struck by the lorry as he crossed Shettleston Road in Glasgow.

In pictures: Scottish Nature Awards 2016

An image of a young osprey is named the overall winner of the Scottish Nature Awards 2016.

Nairn Book and Arts festival ‘needs to raise £15,000’

Organisers of the festival say they need to raise thousands of pounds in four weeks for it to survive.

Ask the leaders

BBC Scotland is hosting a series of "Ask the leaders" debates and is calling for members of the public to join the audiences.

Bridges nursery in Westhill closing over business rates

An Aberdeenshire nursery blames rises in business rates for its decision to close part of its operation.

Deal or no deal?

No clear cut winners in Scotland's local elections means difficult deals have to be done.

‘Injured bat’ in Eaglesham turns out to be plastic toy

Scottish SPCA called out to treat "lifeless" animal, only to discover that it was a plastic toy.

Plea to ban mountain hare culling in Scotland

Campaigners say at least half of all mountain hares in Scotland are either killed for sport or in a cull.

Air traffic control ‘needs massive modernisation’

Government support is needed to improve the network of "ageing" flightpaths, says the national air traffic service.

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