» Scotland's papers: Police camera plan and new Maddy lead
26/04/17 06:06 from BBC News - Scotland
The front pages say all officers could have body cameras and detectives pursue latest Madeleine MaCann lead.
» Weather-damaged ferry returns to Aberdeen
26/04/17 06:05 from BBC News - Scotland
Northlink Ferries confirmed that windows in the ferry's bar were damaged by extreme weather.
» Scottish Gossip: Moussa Dembele, Kenny Miller, Aberdeen, Celtic, Rangers, Hibernian
26/04/17 05:50 from BBC News - Scotland
Celtic star Moussa Dembele will not play again this season, Rangers to offer Kenny Miller a new deal...
» Neil Lennon: Hibernian boss given immediate two-game suspension for Morton fracas
25/04/17 23:26 from BBC News - Scotland
Hibernian head coach Neil Lennon will sit in the stand for two games after his touchline altercation with Morton's Jim Duffy.
» MPs call for review of Glasgow Jobcentre closure plans
25/04/17 23:17 from BBC News - Scotland
A Scottish Affairs Committee report says the plans "showed a lack of clear planning".
» Child protection scheme for Scottish sport 'not working'
25/04/17 23:16 from BBC News - Scotland
The system designed to prevent child abuse in sport is not working properly, according to a report by MSPs.
» College lecturers' strike to go ahead after talks fail
25/04/17 20:50 from BBC News - Scotland
The strike will be held on Thursday after the EIS union and Colleges Scotland failed to reach agreement.
» Hibs' Darren McGregor not giving up hope of Scotland call-up
25/04/17 20:36 from BBC News - Scotland
Darren McGregor thinks he could equip himself well for Scotland but says Hibernian team-mate Paul Hanlon has a stronger case for a cap.
» Two men on trial over Glasgow shotgun attack
25/04/17 20:28 from BBC News - Scotland
The men also face a separate allegation of trying to stab one of the two shooting victims a month earlier.
» Bigamy accused Iain Theyers 'caught out on Facebook'
25/04/17 19:52 from BBC News - Scotland
Iain Theyers says "he was never properly married" to his first wife and denies lying to registrars.
» Ex Celtic Boys Club official faces sex abuse charge
25/04/17 17:41 from BBC News - Scotland
A former official at Celtic Boys Club is arrested in connection with historical sex offences.
» Scottish aviation tax bill passes first Holyrood vote
25/04/17 17:41 from BBC News - Scotland
MSPs back the general principles of a bill for a devolved aviation tax, but many call for more details.
» MSPs condemn child tax credit reform 'rape clause'
25/04/17 17:30 from BBC News - Scotland
A series of MSPs speak out against changes to child tax credits and a controversial provision known as the "rape clause".
» 'Breathtaking' stone-stacking artworks on Dunbar beach
25/04/17 17:14 from BBC News - Scotland
Artists from as far as Spain take part in the first European Stone Stacking Championships at Dunbar.
» Tour of Britain to open with Edinburgh to Kelso stage
25/04/17 17:00 from BBC News - Scotland
Some of the top stars of world cycling will take to the roads from Edinburgh to Kelso in September.
» Rangers discussed administration before Whyte bid, court hears
25/04/17 15:59 from BBC News - Scotland
The trial of Craig Whyte hears that the Rangers board discussed administration before his bid for the club in 2010.
» ScotRail warns of months of disruption to evening trains
25/04/17 15:36 from BBC News - Scotland
Journey times are likely to be longer on some trains operating after the peak evening rush.
» Police probe package sent to SNP MP John Nicolson
25/04/17 15:29 from BBC News - Scotland
The suspicious item was delivered to the office of John Nicolson in East Dunbartonshire.
» Killer whales captured on mobile phone in Shetland
25/04/17 13:55 from BBC News - Scotland
Diver and photographer Richard Shucksmith witnessed a pod of orcas surface inches from the shore.
» A mother's determination: EJ the osprey braves the snow to keeps her eggs toasty
25/04/17 12:24 from RSPB News - Scotland
EJ, the famous Loch Garten osprey, is braving snow storms to keep her eggs toasty.