Councillors in Edinburgh are considering proposals to reintroduce controversial statutory repair notices for shared private properties.
Nearly half of the governors at the national school for deaf children in Linlithgow have resigned, it has emerged.
Edinburgh's Christmas celebrations start with the opening of the festive market along Princes Street.
A nuclear reactor at the Torness power station in East Lothian has gone offline in an unplanned outage.
The body of a man was found in a caravan damaged by fire in Midlothian, police confirm.
A 58-year-old Livingston man appears in court in connection with the discovery of £53,000 worth of cocaine after a van was stopped in the Borders.
Police are warning people to be careful at an Edinburgh hill after two men were assaulted and robbed in similar attacks within days of each other.
A project supporting victims of honour abuse in Edinburgh is awarded almost £800,000 from the Big Lottery Fund.
A spin-out firm which has developed a way of using whisky residue for salmon feed wins Scottish Enterprise support.
Edinburgh University launches an investigation into threats of rape made by members of an American-style "fraternity" organisation.
The base of a concrete bollard that killed a child at the Royal Highland Show was in a "bad condition", a court hears.
A female passenger is being taken to hospital following a crash between a bus, a Land Rover pulling a trailer of sheep and a car in Midlothian.
A 30-year-old man has died after being struck by a train close to Edinburgh Park station.
Acoustic tags on fish to study their behaviour are causing them to be easily hunted and eaten by seals
A selection of your pictures taken across Scotland
A driver is taken to hospital after reversing into a house in North Gyle Loan in Edinburgh
Edinburgh confirm coach Omar Mouneimne has left the club to return to South Africa due to "personal" reasons.
Scottish Championship leaders Hearts stretch their advantage over Rangers to six points with victory against Falkirk.
Hibernian miss the chance to go level on points with Queen of the South as the two sides drew a blank at Easter Road.
A two-minute silence is observed in Edinburgh before the piper's lament to mark the anniversary of the World War One armistice.
Officials deny owning a swarm of bees that attached to the Scottish Parliament's former visitors' entrance in Edinburgh.
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