One man has been taken to hospital after the collision near Foveran in Aberdeenshire.
Scotland could follow an English scheme providing grants to places of worship to install alarms, lighting or CCTV.
The 28-year-old suffered a violent assault before being found at his home in the east end of Glasgow.
The 22-year-old is charged with causing the death of Lionel Simenya in Edinburgh by culpable and reckless driving.
A dealer from the Scottish Borders who sold ecstasy tablets to two 12-year-olds is criticised by a sheriff.
Scotland have not given up hope that Andy Robertson will be available for Thursday’s opening Euro 2020 qualifier in Kazakhstan.
The former Pinneys of Scotland plant in Annan has been bought by a food processing company.
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The health secretary has launched a drive to recruit retired clinicians in areas struggling to find staff.
Footage captured during the flight shows two men fighting while other passengers attempt to intervene.
Glasgow City Council begins a consultation on options for the single-sex Notre Dame High.
The property where police found the body of Michael Stewart, 32, in Aberdeen is understood to have been padlocked.
The lost snowsports enthusiast and his Labrador cross were found by rescuers in a survival bag in the Cairngorms.
Police have recorded 1,600 cases of sexual offences against children online in just 11 months.
From FA Cup dreams and a “gutting” suspension to West End musicals, Scottish defender Murray Wallace is becoming a hero at Millwall.
Hannah Miley puts thoughts of retirement on hold and sets her sites on a fourth Olympic Games as she recovers from ankle surgery.
Brexit dominates Scotland’s front pages again after MPs vote to reject the UK leaving the EU without a deal.
Jermain Defoe says Rangers fans should be ‘excited’ about the team as Oliver Burke targets Scotland striker role
Two men and a woman died in Tuesday’s collision on the A90 at Glenbervie which involved a coach and two cars.
MPs will vote on delaying Brexit after rejecting the idea of the UK leaving the EU without a deal.
Birch water is popular in Finland and the Baltic States and it is also starting to catch on again in Scotland.
A programme of comedy, theatre, dance and music across the south west of Scotland is unveiled.
MSPs call for “comprehensive research” into the impact of social media on young people’s mental health.
Pamela Butchart says ‘girl power’ is a theme in her Secret Seven book Mystery of the Theatre Ghost.
Scottish attractions appearing in the TV adaptation of Outlander have seen a surge in visitors.
A decision on extending Edinburgh’s tram scheme will be taken by the city’s councillors later.
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The £79m supercomputer will be hosted at Edinburgh University, Chancellor Philip Hammond has announced.
Rangers’ progress this season will be measured by their points tally, says former Ibrox striker Kenny Miller.
The contractor building the Moray East offshore wind farm confirms the Fife fabrication yards have not won any of the work.
The Scottish Cup semi-final between Hearts and Inverness Caledonian Thistle will be held at Hampden on 13 April and will shown live on BBC Scotland.
Around 50,000 are expected to take part in the World’s Big Sleep Out to aid homeless people around the world.
The 40-year-old died following the crash on Sir Harry Lauder Road in Edinburgh on Wednesday morning.
Hibernian ban two season-ticket holders arrested during their Scottish Premiership draw with Rangers.
William Rigby attacked the girl at a house in Helensburgh, Argyll and Bute, in October 2018.
The only survivor has described being hit by “heavy, compact snow” in the incident which claimed the lives of three companions.
A small dog missing for 48 hours in bad weather in the Cairngorms has been rescued by helicopter.
Dundee-based McGill went bust with the loss of 374 jobs but has now been bought out of administration.
The Coastguard crew were on a training exercise when they spotted the dog on a narrow ledge above a steep drop.
Police said the targeted attack by up to 10 hooded men near Glasgow cathedral was “completely unacceptable”.
William Quigg’s offences took place between 1980 and 1986 at addresses in Glasgow.
Aberdeen’s win ratio in games against the Old Firm has rocketed this season. But what has changed for Derek McInnes’ side?
Police say the three people who were passengers in a car are understood to have been foreign nationals.
The European mountain biking event will come to the Scottish Borders for the first time later this year.
The latest defeat for Theresa May’s Brexit deal and a fatal avalanche on Ben Nevis make Scotland’s front pages.
A Met Office warning of possible disruption comes into effect covering much of the west of Scotland.
Nicola Sturgen says “the people must surely decide” the fate of Brexit after MPs reject Theresa May’s deal.
The 15-year-old has been charged with attacking a 13-year-old boy in Shawlands on Monday afternoon.
Four people have also been injured in the collision involving a coach and two cars on the A90 at Glenbervie.