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London says 'no' to Scotland over new independence vote
Nicola Sturgeon said that Scottish democracy 'will not be a prisoner' to Boris Johnson or any other British prime minister.
'Now is the time': Plans unveiled for new Scottish independence vote
The first minister has asked Boris Johnson to negotiate the terms of a referendum, but is also getting a ruling on whether the Scottish Parliament can do it legally without London's approval.
Best wild camping spots in Europe and the laws you need to follow
If you prefer to go with the flow and get away from the crowds, a summer wild camping trip is perfect.
Up Helly Aa Viking fire festival squads open to women for first time
Women will be able to take part in squads at the main Up Helly Aa fire festival in Shetland for the first time next year, organisers have announced.
Scotland looks to Europe as new independence campaign launched
The first minister compared Scotland to other European countries and said after independence, Scotland would be wealthier, fairer and happier.
Ukraine defeat Scotland 3-1 in emotional World Cup qualifier
Ukraine have moved one step closer to competing in the World Cup, after beating Scotland 3-1 Wednesday night.
Could underwater tunnels finally link up the remote Scottish isles?
Inspired by the Faroe Islands, one British politician is keen to link up the Scottish islands through a series of tunnels - but is this a good idea?
Will Scotland's longest-serving leader deliver an independence vote?
Nicola Sturgeon passes her predecessors this week to become Scotland's longest serving first minister - and plans to hold a new independence referendum in 2023.
Eintracht Frankfurt beat Glasgow Rangers in Europa League final
Eintracht Frankfurt won against Rangers in the Europa League final, ending its 42-year wait for a European trophy.
Women Beyond Borders
This woman is recreating expeditions by forgotten female adventurers
Elise Wortley is following in the footsteps of history’s forgotten female explorers to prove adventure can be for anyone.
This 81-year-old man has climbed more than 200 Scottish mountains
After 636 days of climbing mountains, Nick Gardner is now halfway through his challenge.
Can becoming a 'Lord of Glencoe' really help conserve Scotland?
Highland Titles has made thousands of people green 'lairds' - including Beyonce. We investigated what's going on with the souvenir plot scheme.
What's in the Oscars swag bag that's causing controversy in Scotland?
Scott Wortley, a lecturer in commercial law at the University of Edinburgh Law School, gives us the lowdown.
Dinnae wheesht: Scots language campaigners speak up for census return
There's been a revival of the Scots language in recent years, with an estimated 1.5 million speakers. Campaigners say a new census this month will give them even more status and services.
Scotland sorry over killing of thousands of women for 'witchcraft'
Between the 16th and 18th centuries, around 4,000 people in Scotland were accused of 'witchcraft'.
Shetland: How the remote islands are making the most of strong winds
Shetland’s fortunes were bound up in North Sea oil and gas. Now it's at the start of a green new chapter just as the energy crisis bites.
'Superbly preserved' pterosaur fossil unearthed in Scotland
The fossil of a 170 million-year-old flying reptile known as a pterosaur has been found on the Isle of Skye in Scotland.
Team drops rapist player after intervention from bestselling author
Raith Rovers have reneged on their signing of David Goodwillie who was found guilty by a judge of raping a woman in 2017.
Scottish island sweeps up Olympic curling
Ailsa Craig granite will be used at the Beijing Winter Olympics, which start with a mixed doubles event between Great Britain and Sweden on Wednesday.
Meet the flying sea turtle who travelled 8,000 kilometres to Scotland
This injured sea turtle flew from the sunny Maldives to her new home in the Scottish lochs