Authorities have confirmed that 3 people were killed and 6 injured in Wednesday's train derailment near Stonehaven in Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
The Scottish government has threatened to suspend the national football season, which has just begun, following a number of breaches of regulations put in place to guard against the coronavirus pandemic.
Local residents rallied together to rescue the stranded whales.
Companies with innovative plans for wind farms can now bid for the multi-billion euro investment.
The ex-first minister and Scottish National Party leader has been acquitted on charges of assaulting nine women.
The eco philanthropist wants to rejuvenate the northern peak of the Highlands, but local businesses aren't happy.
The new legislation would put a legal obligation on the government to provide free sanitary products to "everyone in Scotland who needs to use period product"
On her first visit to Brussels following Brexit, Scottish first minister Nicola Sturgeon insisted on Scotland's place in the European Union, as a sovereign independent state.
Her remarks were made during a speech at a Brussels-based think tank.
The resignation of Scotland's finance minister raises important questions about what red lines are - legal or moral - in the social media age.
As the UK formally leaves the EU on Friday, Scotland's First Minister is to stress that Scots overwhelmingly voted against Brexit and that they should thus be allowed to hold a new independence referendum.
Scotland's parliament also voted to keep the European Union flag flying outside the parliament building after Brexit.
Reporting from the now former Lib Dem leader's constituency was a gamble, but sadly for Swinson, it became the story she never wanted.
It's arguably the most fascinating battleground in the whole election. Orlando Crowcroft is on the scene to bring you the latest.