Rangers midfielder Ryan Jack has withdrawn from the Scotland squad for the Nations League double-header with Albania and Israel. The 26-year-old, capped twice, was selected on Sunday evening following
Jonathan Sutherland introduces highlights from the weekend's Scottish Premiership. Celtic take on Livingston, while Rangers host Motherwell and Hearts are at home to Kilmarnock. Elsewhere, Aberdeen play
A health and safety investigation has been launched after the death of a man at a farm in Aberdeenshire. Police were called to the farm in the Fisherie area of Turriff after the sudden death of the 47-year-old
Lake Vyrnwy supplies lots of Liverpool's water. In l847, Liverpool promoted the Liverpool Water Act, which allowed it to look for water outside the city limits. Additionally, the city took over the local
A man has been charged in connection with a series of break-ins - including the theft of charity tins - in Peterhead. Police Scotland said there had been numerous break-ins and attempted break-ins to and
More than 300 delegates have gathered in south west Scotland to hear the case for a Galloway national park. The event in Gatehouse of Fleet heard how it could help with wider regeneration of the area.
Some people had "very lucky escapes" after being caught in avalanches in Scotland's mountains last winter, according to a new report. The Scottish Avalanche Information Service (SAIS) said 20 people in
More than 150 Scottish landmarks have been illuminated red to mark the Armistice centenary. Castles, churches and universities are among the venues forming the Scottish Poppy Appeal's "Light Up Red" campaign.
A man has been rescued after getting into difficulty while walking in the Cairngorms. A major search for the walker, involving Braemar and Aberdeen mountain rescue teams, was launched on Ben Macdui at
Location of mountain bothies should kept secret, walkers say amid fears shelters are being ruined by stag parties and adventure
A row over the use of remote mountain bothies by stag parties and adventure groups has led to a campaign of poison pen letters and calls from angry hillwalkers to restrict access to the shelters. Landowners
Towns and cities across Scotland are set to remember the end of conflict in the First World War. Below is a gallery featuring a selection of your photos of remembrance displays from around the country.
The delayed Aberdeen bypass could cost its builders "hundreds of millions" of pounds more than the contract signed with the Scottish government, it has been claimed. The £745m 28-mile (45km) bypass was
Four cattle culled at a farm in Aberdeenshire where BSE was discovered did not have the disease, tests have revealed. So-called "mad cow disease" was discovered last month at Boghead Farm in Lumsden. "cohort"