Man in court over murder at house in Johnstone

A man appears in court charged with murdering a man after breaking into his house in Renfrewshire.

World’s first ‘whisky-powered’ car makes debut trip

The world's first "whisky- powered" car completes a successful debut journey.

Drivers face M74 roadworks disruption

Restrictions are in place around Junction 3A so kerbing, barrier and road surfacing works can be carried out.

Scottish Gossip: Neil Lennon, Hibs, Rangers, Patrick Roberts, Eilidh Doyle

Police Scotland launch a probe into the conduct of Hibernian head coach Neil Lennon at Ibrox...

Borders fox-hunting trial shown video footage

Evidence shown to a court of an animal being chased by a pack of hounds is described as "appalling".

Nicola Sturgeon to set out economic strategy

The first minister will warn that Scotland must be "more ambitious" in building a stronger economy.

Diving into history

A detailed record of German warships scuttled in Scapa Flow is created in preparation for the centenary of their sinking.

Scotland’s papers: Low wage firms named and shamed

The front pages reveal how 19 Scottish firms failed to pay the minimum wage to their workers.

Seven-year-old boy killed in Elgin road accident

The child died after being hit by a red Renault Master van on a street in Elgin on Friday evening.

Fair Isle set for 24-hour electricity

Residents on Fair Isle look set to have 24-hour electricity after news that a £2.6m package has been completed.

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The King Arthur-inspired tourist attraction at Llangorse was found with its sword missing.