The Scottish Conservatives will not means test the winter fuel allowance if they come to power north of the border, Ruth Davidson has said.Read the full story ›
The schoolgirl was taken to hospital where medics used a hacksaw and a drill to remove the mug and end her five-hour ordeal.Read the full story ›
The two men found dead after a speedboat went missing off the south-west of Scotland have been named.Read the full story ›
Helicopters and lifeboats have joined a large sea search for two men missing on a speedboat trip off the south-west of Scotland.Read the full story ›
Voters in Scotland exercised their democratic rights in a Ford Galaxy after they arrived at a polling station to find that it was locked.Read the full story ›
A diver has been rescued after spending 11 hours in the sea off the northern coast of Scotland.Read the full story ›
Matthew Bryce was pulled from the water after going missing on the Argyll coast in Scotland.Read the full story ›
Jeremy Corbyn has appealed for Scottish voters to return to Labour as he pledged to fight for workers against "vicious" Conservative attacks.
He said a vote for the SNP, which won 56 of Scotland's 59 seats in the 2015 election, would not bring power to the people, arguing: "Only us or the Tories can form a government."
Mr Corbyn told the Highlands audience: "I implore people in Scotland to fight for the party of progress and not the vicious Tory party, who alongside their previous coalition partners the Lib Dems unleashed an unprecedented attack on the working people in this country."
The Labour leader said his government would "work for the many not the few" as he addressed the Scottish Trades Union Congress in Aviemore.
He vowed to end both food banks and public sector pay caps, raise the minimum wage to £10 and ban zero-hours contracts.
Mr Corbyn also vowed to repeal the Trade Union Act, which sought to limit worker strike action, and create a Scottish National Bank for business investment with "£20bn of lending power" for local businesses.
Drinks giant Diageo is to cut more than 100 jobs across its Scottish operations linked to concerns over Brexit, according to the GMB union.
Workers were warned of redundancies and told that some spirits production will be moved to plants in Italy and the United States, the union said.
A total of 70 redundancies will be made at Diageo's Leven plant in Fife and a further 35 its Shieldhall site, near Glasgow.
Diegeo owns numerous spirits brands including Smirnoff, Johnny Walker, Captain Morgan and Baileys.
A spokesman for the firm confirmed it was consulting staff over redundancies but denied that the proposed job losses were linked to Brexit.
In his first visit to Scotland, Barack Obama will addresses business leaders and take audience questions at a charity dinner in Edinburgh.Read the full story ›