News from Glenrothes-Leven-Kirkcaldy
The Archbishop of Canterbury is to become the first head of the Church of England to take part in a debate at the Church of Scotland's General Assembly.
The commanding officer of HMS Queen Elizabeth takes control of what he expects to be one of the last major aircraft carriers built in the UK.
Police say a telephone threat made to schools across Scotland "does not appear to be credible" but is "being taken seriously".
Youngsters at three schools in Edinburgh closed over safety fears return to their own classrooms.
An investigation is launched after a man was punched in the face in an unprovoked attack in an Edinburgh pub.
An investigation is launched after a cat was injured in a homemade snare in Edinburgh.
Almost 90 jobs are at risk after bus operator First Scotland East announces it is withdrawing services in East Lothian.
Evidence of untreated injuries found on Liam Fee's body showed a "callous indifference" to the toddler's suffering, a jury hears.
A theatre adaptation of short stories by Canadian Nobel Prize winner Alice Munro is to feature at this year's Edinburgh International Book Festival.
An MSP lodges a motion claiming disorder at the Scottish Cup final shows the Offensive Behaviour at Football Act should not be repealed.
A Glasgow-based artist paints a massive design on a 72m (239ft) long ship as part of World War One centenary commemorations.
Crocodiles, cobras and elk are among hundreds of dangerous animals being kept legally on private properties in Scotland, it is revealed.
RSPB Scotland says it "strongly supports" wind farms, but in locations where turbines do not pose a risk to birds.
Scotland achieved record-breaking levels of inward investment last year, according to a survey by accountancy firm EY.
A treatment for breast cancer which is more effective than existing medicines could be a step closer thanks to the "promising" findings of a new study.
Hibernian head coach Alan Stubbs has "identified some players" for next term following the club's Scottish Cup success.
Thousands of fans line the streets of Edinburgh to watch Hibernian players take part in a victory parade.
Hibs match-winner David Gray says winning the Scottish Cup will give them the confidence to win the Championship next season.
A stoppage-time header from David Gray sees Hibernian beat Rangers to win their first Scottish Cup in 114 years.
Graves of children and adults dating back at least 400 years are discovered in an Edinburgh school playground
People who have been homeless are acting as guides for new walking tours in Edinburgh