Cervical cancer roadshow to tour Scotland

Volunteers will tour retail parks and shopping centres to raise awareness of the symptoms of the disease.

The master blender who is Scotch whisky’s First Lady

Rachel Barrie is a rarity in the world of Scotch whisky – a female master blender.

Andy Murray may make comeback in Scotland at Glasgow ATP Challenger event

A final decision on whether Andy Murray will make his injury comeback at a new ATP Challenger event in Glasgow is expected by Wednesday.

Partick Thistle 2-1 Hamilton Academical

Kris Doolan scores his 100th league goal as Partick Thistle come from behind to beat Hamilton and move off the foot of the Premiership.

Partick Thistle 2-1 Hamilton Academical

Kris Doolan scores his 100th league goal as Partick Thistle come from behind to beat Hamilton and move off the foot of the Premiership.

Biker dies in crash with ambulance near Lochgair

The man was killed in the collision which happened on the A83, near Lochgair in Argyll, at about 14:30.

Biker dies in crash with ambulance near Lochgair

The man was killed in the collision which happened on the A83, near Lochgair in Argyll, at about 14:30.

Teens ‘badly shaken’ after kidnap ordeal

Police are hunting a group of men who abducted the 18-year-olds and forced them to drive through Paisley.

Teens ‘badly shaken’ after kidnap ordeal

Police are hunting a group of men who abducted the 18-year-olds and forced them to drive through Paisley.

Body found in police hunt for pensioner

Police have confirmed that the body of a missing 78-year-old was found on the shoreline near Gairloch.

Body found in police hunt for pensioner

Police have confirmed that the body of a missing 78-year-old was found on the shoreline near Gairloch.

Killer whales spotted in River Clyde near Dunoon

Killer whales, dubbed “urban Orcas” by one expert, have been filmed near Gourock and Dunoon.

Killer whales spotted in River Clyde near Dunoon

Killer whales, dubbed “urban Orcas” by one expert, have been filmed near Gourock and Dunoon.

Hibernian 2-1 Celtic: Best team won, says Brendan Rodgers

Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers says Hibernian “were very intent” on not allowing the title to be secured at Easter Road.

Search for missing Liam Colgan to widen

Family and friends are drawing up plans to broaden their search beyond Hamburg, where he was last seen.

Man stabbed while walking along Glasgow footpath

The 21-year-old was walking with four friends in Glasgow when they were approached by three Asian men.

Man charged over armed robbery in Edinburgh

The incident happened at a Scotmid store in the Inch area of Edinburgh last Sunday evening.

Injured woman rescued from yacht off Fair Isle

The French woman was taken to hospital after a distress signal led to her rescue off Fair Isle.

The papers: Anger over energy bill rise

Scottish Power’s decision to raise its gas and electricity prices is branded “unjustifiable” in The Herald.

Scottish Gossip: Celtic, Rodgers, Rangers, Murty, Partick Thistle, Hibs, Kilmarnock

Former Celtic striker Chris Sutton criticises Dermot Desmond’s comments regarding Brendan Rodgers being linked with Arsenal.

Richard Cockerill: ‘I want players to choose to play for Edinburgh, not Glasgow’

Richard Cockerill wants Edinburgh to usurp Glasgow Warriors as Scottish rugby’s dominant force, after signing a contract extension.

Stone stackers come to Dunbar for European Championship

The variety of rocks on the beach at Dunbar makes it a paradise for stone stackers

Rock hard

Stackers from home and abroad converge on Dunbar in East Lothian for the European Championship.

Scottish salmon farming petition signed by 30,500

The petition urges the Scottish government to routinely test effluent from salmon processing plants.

Cable to urges SNP to back campaign for new Brexit vote

Vince Cable is to tell Lib Dem conference delegates that SNP votes could be “crucial” to winning a new vote on Brexit.

Scottish doctors’ leader warns health service ‘deteriorating’

The chairman of BMA Scotland said patients are suffering due to funding not keeping up with demand.

Dundee care unit reopens after sickness outbreak

The Bluebell Intermediate Care Unit is to accept new admissions after a precautionary closure.

Pavilion Theatre bosses criticise access delay after fire

The Glasgow theatre has been closed for safety reasons since a major blaze at a nearby nightclub four weeks.

No time limit for terminal illness benefits

The Scottish government says its new benefits system will now allow doctors alone to decide whether an illness is terminal.

Concern at more Aberdeen fire engines stood down

The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service says two appliances were stood down overnight on Monday into Tuesday.