An investigation is under way after a 13-month-old baby girl dies at a nursery in Edinburgh.
Scottish Widows is to cut 130 jobs across the UK as part of a restructuring of its pensions and investments businesses.
Edinburgh Castle is named the UK's best heritage attraction for the fourth year in a row at the British Travel Awards in London.
Police in Edinburgh are appealing for witnesses following the attempted robbery of a taxi driver in the west of the city.
The chief engineer of the Forth Replacement Crossing project is leaving the post for a new job in the Middle East.
The revamped Royal Blind School in Edinburgh is officially opened following a major redevelopment.
The Scottish Wildlife Trust is opposing plans for commercial peat extraction in Fife.
A thief who forced a driver out of his car before stealing the vehicle by driving off with it is being sought by police.
A 25-year-old man dies in hospital a week after he was seriously injured in a crash between a car and truck in Perthshire.
Edinburgh-based hotel chain Apex is to open its first hotel on Scotland's west coast next year, as part of expansion plans.
Entertainment magazine The List is to become a free title with an increased print run from next year
A mother who lost her son in an East Lothian car crash speaks of her continued heartbreak
Scandinavian Airlines announces it will launch a new service between Edinburgh and Copenhagen in March 2015
Richard Wilson catches up with Raith Rovers players on the anniversary of their famous League Cup win over Celtic.
Tom English looks at the BBC's interactive drama 'Footballers United' about the Scottish players who fought in World War One.
Missing out on promotion this season would not be a total failure, Hearts owner Ann Budge tells BBC Scotland.
Passengers travelling to London from Scotland on the East Coast Mainline are being promised shorter journey times and a more reliable service.
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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