Mass coronavirus testing centre set up at University of St Andrews to check students before they go home for Christmas.
When a young Syrian asylum seeker turned up in Glasgow four years ago and asked for help, he could have had no idea what he'd started.
Glasgow’s Bene Briggs-Mckinlay is being celebrated this week for her volunteering during the pandemic as part of a new initiative from The National Lottery and STV.
The 94-year-old entertainer will be presented with the prize at a digital ceremony next month.
Praise has poured in for Scotland's football team after they qualified for Euro 2020 - their first major tournament since 1998.
Dundee Rep and Scottish Dance Theatre have unveiled their festive programme, which includes surprise pop-up events entitled PRESENT.
Former Blue Peter presenter John Leslie denies grabbing a woman's breasts at a Christmas party in London's West End in 2008.
Duncan Bannatyne told Ruth Davidson he broke even with his Dragons' Den ventures and that the Covid-19 crisis has cost his businesses £30 million.
There are some key differences in how people’s freedoms are being restricted in Scotland and England. Yahoo News UK takes you through them...
Nicola Sturgeon has ruled out a 'circuit breaker' lockdown in Scotland which would have seen the country undergo a temporary shutdown.
Scotland secretary Alister Jack said the first minister’s inaccurate claim that COVID-19 was five times more prevalent in England than Scotland led to 'bad feeling'.
The actor, who previously backed Scotland to remain a part of the UK, said that after the "Brexit vote I’ve changed my tune".
First minister Nicola Sturgeon has said people will only be able to meet in groups of six or under as the country tries to keep its COVID-19 cases down.
Shetland's council voted 18 to two in favour of exploring independence options as they've grown increasingly frustrated with the Edinburgh government.
Mercy Baguma was found dead in her flat, with 16-month-old Adriel so malnourished he was unable to stand up in his cot.
The Isle of Rum, Inner Hebrides, put out a call for tenants to join the population of around just 30 people.
Workers at the Victoria Hospital in Kirkcaldy, Fife, found their cars underwater after their staff car park flooded in torrential rain.