Six men appear in court charged with conspiracy to rob commercial premises in St Andrews, Fife.
A man is detained in connection with an armed robbery at an Edinburgh jewellers following the search of a property.
The chief executive of Edinburgh city council, Sue Bruce, announces she is to stand down in October
Princes Street in Edinburgh is reopened following reports that a man had fallen from the Scott Monument.
Three men are to stand trial charged with carrying out a racist murder bid in Edinburgh.
Police Scotland releases images of a man officers wish to trace in connection with a robbery at a West Lothian betting shop.
A combined heat and power biomass plant on the site of a Fife-based paper maker is opened by the energy minister.
A man who grabbed a woman by the neck while she was pushing her baby in a pram in West Lothian is being sought by police.
An exhibition of portraits of blind and partially sighted people living in Scotland has launched in Edinburgh.
A severely matted cat with a bald neck is found in a garden shed in Fife.
A Scott Allan free-kick is enough to earn Hibernian maximum points in a drab encounter at Recreation Park.
Rock-bottom Livingston suffer another damaging defeat as Raith Rovers cruise to a comfortable win.
League One leaders Stranraer take full advantage of Gregor Buchanan's red card to hammer Dunfermline.
East Fife keep up their push for a play-off spot after coming from behind to beat Annan in League Two.
Cardiff Blues end a week which saw the departure of director of rugby Mark Hammett with a much needed Pro12 win over Edinburgh.
Edinburgh vice-captain Grant Gilchrist misses the rest of the season with a broken arm suffered in October.
Images of how the new hotel at the St James development in Edinburgh will look are released
The Forth Bridge wasn't the first attempt to cross the river
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