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The Sean Connery Foundation reveals €1 million grant recipients
The Sean Connery Foundation, set up after the James Bond star's death, has split more than €1 million in funds between four Scottish filmmaking organisations.
Scottish nationalists 'tearing apart' amid another arrest
Police in Scotland arrested the SNP treasurer on Tuesday in connection with a long-running probe into party finances.
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Sturgeon's husband released without charge after party probe arrest
The police force said it would send a report to Scottish prosecutors and that officers searched a number of locations as part of the probe.
Tartan: Not just for royals and the Scottish
The iconic fabric and its rich history is to be celebrated at a V&A Dundee exhibition which will display 300 pieces of tartan from all walks of design
Rishi Sunak says no to new Scotland Independence demand
The UK government appears determined to block the new Scottish leadership from holding a new independence referendum.
Scotland's oldest tartan goes on show in history of fashion fabric
The fabric, discovered in a peat bog in Glen Affric in the Scottish Highlands, is thought to date back to the 1500s - and will go on show at the V&A Dundee from 1 April.
Scotland: New first minister chosen to succeed Nicola Sturgeon
Humza Yousaf becomes Scotland's first Muslim leader.
25 injured as docked ship topples over in Scottish port
The Scottish Ambulance Service said 15 people were taken to hospital, while 10 others were treated and discharged at the scene.
Minimum pricing on alcohol in Scotland has led to a drop in deaths
Minimum unit pricing is estimated to have averted 156 deaths a year since its introduction in May 2018.
Scotland: Accusations and resignations in chaotic first minister race
Petter Murrell, the party's long-time CEO is mired in scandal, and married to outgoing First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.
Why is the UK stalling on plans for a bottle deposit scheme?
Deposit schemes have led to high rates of return in countries across Europe but in the UK they have caused division between England and Scotland.
Scotland’s northernmost Shetland Islands dazzle, even in winter
These wind and sea-battered islands are just the tonic for adventurous souls, as David Attenborough's new Wild Isles shows.
Six Nations: Ireland closer to Grand Slam after thrashing Scotland
In rugby action, hosts Scotland were blown away in the second half of their penultimate game against Ireland on Sunday.
Ukraine needs vehicles: These British volunteers are delivering them
'In many ways life continues as normal, but reminders of the war are ever present. '
What is desflurane and how is it bad for the environment?
Scotland has recently banned the general anaesthetic due to its climate impact.
Scotland: Why did Nicola Sturgeon resign and who will replace her?
There are several reasons why Scotland's longest-serving First Minister is stepping down, and more than a few likely contenders for her job.
WATCH: Scotland First Minister Nicola Sturgeon's resignation speech
After eight years in office, Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is set to step down as the country's longest serving leader
Mary, Queen of Scots’ secret letters are no longer a secret
The letters shed new light on Mary's captivity.
Women now allowed to participate in Europe's largest fire festival
For the first time in its 142-year history, women and girls will participate in the torchlit procession at Lerwick's Up Helly Aa festival.