Welcome to Edinburgh’s Sunday Assembly – described as a “church with no religion”.
Researchers say patients would recover better if rehab focused on how they see their surroundings.
Blooms have flourished during the warm spell but they pose a health risk to humans and animals.
Vertical rocket and satellite launches could be made from the peninsula on the north coast of Scotland.
Great Britain finish third in the inaugural Athletics World Cup at London Stadium, thanks in part to victory in the women’s 4x100m.
Unfancied South African Brandon Stone wins the Scottish Open in style, and with it almost goes into golfing folklore.
Britain’s Jamie Murray and partner Victoria Azarenka lose to Alexander Peya and Nicole Melichar in the Wimbledon mixed doubles final.
South African Brandon Stone misses out on a historic first ever 59 on the European Tour, but wins the Scottish Open at Gullane.
Aberdeen’s pre-season friendly at Cove Rangers is abandoned after Cove midfielder Jordon Brown suffers a serious head injury.
Donald Trump departs the UK following his first visit since being elected US president.
Police say the 43-year-old woman was approached from behind on a footpath in Erskine overnight.
Adventure, tragedy and golfing greatness – the Smiths were trailblazing transatlantic emigrants whose story lives on at Carnoustie.
A site on the A’Mhoine peninsula between Tongue and Durness is likely to become the first UK spaceport.
Scottish runner Jemma Reekie sets a new 1500m personal best on her senior GB debut at the Athletics World Cup.
Hundreds of people were denied entry to the festival at Kelvingrove Park, despite having valid tickets.
Thousands took to the streets of Edinburgh for the biggest protest in Scotland against Donald Trump’s visit to the UK.
The US president is expected to fly to Finland later, ahead of a meeting with Vladimir Putin.
Aberdeen defender Scott McKenna is a £2m target for Swansea, while Rangers are set to miss out on signing Liverpool’s Harry Wilson.
Photographs of the scene show the store on Dumfries high street was badly damaged in the blaze.
Firefighters extinguished the blaze in the HGV, after it caught fire on the A9 south of Inverness.
Images of Donald Trump playing golf and a “carnival of resistance” in Edinburgh dominate the front pages.
Swede Jens Dantorp takes a one-shot advantage into the Scottish Open final round with 25 players within three shots of the lead.
George Smith was stopped from getting into Turnberry Hotel where he was due to marry a couple there.
Manager Brendan Rodgers believes Celtic’s investment in a new pitch will help the team’s style and benefit players and fans.
Nicola Sturgeon has praised a 21-year-old man for his response to suffering a violent homophobic attack.
The march from the Scottish Parliament to the Meadows was peaceful with police confirming no arrests were made.
People who have paid for tickets are left waiting outside Kelvingrove park after the event reached capacity.
If, the Orange Order do not voluntarily change the route, they will be forced to by Glasgow City Council.
US President Donald Trump is playing golf at Turnberry during his private visit to Scotland.
Police Scotland appeal for help in tracing the protester who breached the air exclusion zone at Turnberry.
The First Minister is named honorary grand marshal at the event which attracted thousands.
Britain’s Gordon Reid and Alfie Hewett win their third successive Wimbledon wheelchair doubles title with a straight-set victory in the final.
Donald Trump’s visit to his Turnberry hotel is interrupted by a paragliding protester
Rangers and Celtic set to battle for signature of Iran left-back, Dembele can earn Hoops £60m, St Mirren wait for McGinn windfall.
Scotland’s front pages reflect a hostile public reception for the US president as he stays in Ayrshire.
The US president spends the weekend in Scotland as further protests against his visit take place.
Alan Stubbs hopes to bring “marquee” signings to Paisley as his first game as St Mirren manger ends with a penalty shootout win.
The US Presidential motorcade causes a stir after his arrival at Prestwick Airport.
Protestors gather in Glasgow ahead of the arrival of US president Donald Trump
The man, who was in his 50s, died following the crash between Glenshee and Braemar on Friday afternoon.
St Mirren beat Kilmarnock 3-2 on penalties after an entertaining Scottish League Cup opener finishes goalless at Rugby Park.
Jamie Murray and Victoria Azarenka beat British youngsters Jay Clarke and Harriet Dart to reach the Wimbledon mixed doubles final.
No-one was injured in the incident which happened on Friday afternoon and involved a light aircraft.
Blair Wilson has won widespread praise for his response to the homophobic attack in East Renfrewshire.
The way Blair Wilson reacted to a homophobic attack has been described as “unbelievable”.
Items which could be used to construct a bomb were discovered when police searched his Edinburgh house.
Now in its 40th year, the event began with music from the New Orleans based Soul Brass Band.
The Edinburgh Jazz and Blues Festival gets under way with music from New Orleans based Soul Brass Band.
The 16-year-old appeared in court for a second time in connection with the six-year-old girl’s death on Bute.
More than two kilos of heroin in a bag is recovered from Buchanan Bus Station in Glasgow.