Another property has fallen victim to an arsonist in South Lanarkshire after a firebomb was thrown towards a building, with police now hunting a masked man in connection with the attack.
Supermarket shoppers across Scotland could see empty shelves and suffer disrupted online orders in the run-up to Christmas, a union has warned, after workers voted to strike.
One of Scotland’s main electricity distribution firms is planning to shift resources to areas set to suffer the “worst” impact from Storm Barra, with increased staff on hand to deal with any damage to ...
Branding those who support continued drilling in the North Sea as “hard right” was “disgraceful”, Scottish Secretary Alister Jack has said.
Post-Brexit changes to Scottish football’s transfer rules have been halted by a joint effort from the Scottish Football Association and the country’s league bosses.
SNP ministers have been urged to show "communication and leadership" to help speed up Scotland's vaccine booster programme amid concerns targets will not be met.
Former footballer Ian Wright left the ITV coverage of last weekend’s FA Cup fixture mid programme, leaving viewers wondering where the Arsenal legend had disappeared to.
Scottish Secretary Alister Jack has said he was not invited to a Christmas party in Downing Street at the centre of controversy.
Craig Gordon started to think about coaching to stay in the game, fearing that his career was over due to injury.
The site of a castle that was destroyed in the 16th century in a revenge attack has been excavated for the first time.
Scotland’s Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service have announced a Fatal Accident Inquiry (FAI) is to take place over the deaths of Lamara Bell and John Yuill on the M9.