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The total number of people charged over Bonfire Night violence has risen to 27 as a month-long police investigation comes to an end.
Barry Robson insists there is "no panic" at Aberdeen amid a run of poor form in the league but admits competing in the group stages of the Conference League has been a "learning curve" for the club.
Hibernian manager Nick Montgomery believes his side's defensive record is improving and can help them continue to climb the table.
ScotRail is introducing a new timetable that will see the introduction of electric trains and "more accessible" Sunday services.
A man has been charged in connection with the death of another man found unconcious on a street in South Lanarkshire.
The evidence in the trial of three people accused of murdering a schoolgirl almost 30 years ago has been completed.
Rangers manager Philippe Clement has revealed that Tom Lawrence and Danilo are to miss at least eight games through injury, with the attacking duo ruled out until the winter break.
Brendan Rodgers admits he may be forced to look for attacking reinforcements in January to deal with several potential departures to the Asian Cup.
Heavy rain is forecast to batter parts of Scotland with flood warnings in place across much of the country.
Vladimir Putin will attempt to serve a fifth term as Russian president, as he announces his intention to compete in the 2024 presidential election.
Greg Taylor is hoping to earn a place in Steve Clarke's 23-man squad for Euro 2024 after an "unbelievable" draw that will see the national team take part in the opening game.
The video report may contain images some people may find upsetting Footage has emerged appearing to show men - one of whom is understood to be a journalist - undressed and lined up on the streets of Gaza after reportedly being detained by the Israeli military.
A teen woman has been left "distraught" and required medical treatment following a sexual assault in Fife.
Motherwell manager Stuart Kettlewell has simplified his approach in an attempt to end a 12-match run without victory.
A driver has died after a crash with a lorry in South Lanarkshire on Thursday morning.
A dad was brought back to life after suffering from a heart attack during a fan football match at Falkirk football stadium.
A major road has been closed in both directions due to a "serious" collision in Argyll and Bute.
A Rangers fan who assaulted two police officers has been jailed for six months.
Asda will open 24 Express shops in Scotland as it continues a rapid roll out of convenience stores across the UK.
Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance (SCAA) received an early Christmas present when a foreign coin deposited in one of their collection cans turned out to be worth £1,462.
Two people have been charged amid protests calling for a ceasefire in Gaza as Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer arrived in Glasgow.
Paul O’Grady has been posthumously named Peta’s person of the year for his “lifelong determination to make the world a kinder place for animals”.
Doja Cat has announced that she will bring her show to Glasgow amid a headline UK and European tour next year.
A landmark court ruling has upheld the UK Government's unprecedented veto of the Scottish Parliament's gender self-identification bill.
A man is in critical condition in hospital after his car left the M9 and collided with a tree near Dunblane.
The Glasgow Clan ice hockey team have released a Christmas single in time for the festive season.
Stephen Robinson would back a ban on plastic pitches in the Scottish Premiership and said it would raise the standards and reputation of the game.
A lucky Scot could become the biggest ever Euromillions winner if they hold Friday’s winning ticket.
Hearts forward Barrie McKay is braced for the likelihood that it will take him some time to get back to his best as he tries to regain his sharpness following an injury-disrupted start to the season.
A great white shark alert was mistakenly sent to a Scottish coastal town - after it was meant for a place in New Zealand with the same name.
A person has died after being hit by a train in East Dunbartonshire.
Lyall Cameron stressed that Dundee’s primary objective remains to ensure they are not dragged into a relegation scrap even though he feels they have been performing well enough to be sitting higher than seventh in the cinch Premiership.
Ishmael Duncan pretended to be a model agency scout to blackmail children into sending sexually explicit photos, ITV News Correspondent Lucy Watson reports The first thing the mother of one of Ishmael Duncan’s victims said to me was: “It came into our home and we didn't know it was there.
Part of one of Glasgow's busiests intersections will shut over the weekend due to emergency gas repairs.
Celtic striker Oh Hyeon-gyu feels he reaped rewards for carrying out his instructions as he capitalised on a rare start.
The UK's four largest mobile phone network operators could be forced to pay out £1,823 to some customers after a claim against them alleges the companies have been abusing their dominance in the industry to overcharge customers.
Hibernian midfielder Joe Newell feels they will ultimately enjoy the benefits of their expansive approach despite a sore night at Celtic Park.
ScotRail is surveying passengers on whether the ban on drinking alcohol on its trains should be lifted.
Leon Balogun is happy to have earned the trust of Philippe Clement after taking advantage of a reset under the Rangers boss.
A woman was taken to hospital after being knocked down by a vehicle which then drove off outside a Territorial Army Barracks in Perth.
The winners of Scotland’s National Book Awards have been announced.
A man has been arrested in connection with the death of another man found unconcious on a street in South Lanarkshire.
Only having one drink is the most common excuse heard for drink-driving, a new survey suggests.
Crowds of people are expected to gather in Dublin and Tipperary for the funeral procession of Shane MacGowan in Ireland.
A ruling on whether the UK Government's veto of Scotland's gender self-identification bill can stand is expected on Friday.
Passengers were facing travel chaos on Thursday night after a person was hit by a train between Glasgow Queen Street and Croy.
The Princess of Wales will host a special Christmas carol service at Westminster Abbey.
A poll has suggested there is increasing support for human rights, with nearly half of Scots saying they are supportive towards them.
Next year’s average global temperature may rise higher than 1.5C above pre-industrial levels for the first time in modern history, according to Met Office forecasts.
Scotland’s last remaining lightship could be setting sail for the scrap heap unless a new buyer is found in a matter of weeks.
Emergency repairs on a coastal protection wall that collapsed into the sea in Fife have been completed.
People can now buy trees as gifts, which will be planted by the council, in public locations such as Alexandra Park, Glasgow Green, and Queens Park.
South Lanarkshire councillors have approved plans to progress LGBT+ inclusivity in schools across the area.
Stretches of the M9 have been closed due to a collision near the Stirlingshire area.
Dozens of new houses on the outskirts of Carnoustie are set to be approved by councillors despite 77 objections.
Plans to light up parks at night in Glasgow are making progress as council officers have come up with ways to fund the move in the south side.
Two people have been arrested amid protests calling for a ceasefire in Gaza in Glasgow after Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer arrived in the city.
Wild salmon protection zones will be introduced in the Hebrides and west coast of Scotland from February, the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) has said.
An appeal has been launched after a car was set fire to in a what police believe was a "wilful" attack.
A man has been hospitalised after a collision involving two lorries and a car on a major road in Aberdeenshire.
Prince Harry has told a court that he and Meghan were “forced” to leave the Royal Family and move to the United States.
A boiler company in Edinburgh has offered free gas safety checks to residents in Baberton following an explosion which killed a pensioner.
Scotland centre Huw Jones returns following a six-week lay-off to start for Glasgow in Friday’s Investec Champions Cup opener at home to Northampton.
Traffic disruption is expected in Glasgow after the Clyde Tunnel required emergency repair work.
A man accused of murdering a schoolgirl told jurors he did not see her the night he allegedly helped kill her.
Legendary folk singer Bob Dylan has sold his home in the Scottish Highlands which he has owned for 17 years for more than £4m.
A victim was dragged from his car after a man ordered a dog to attack him.
The first major events and screenings for Glasgow Film Festival’s 20th anniversary have been announced.
A search has been launched for two men who attempted to rob a car and open the doors of a separate car in Lanarkshire.
A health board has been ordered to apologise to a family after they refused to fund travel for parents to visit their child who was under compulsory treatment.
McDonald’s is set to launch a retro-style beverage-led store with customisable drinks including s’mores cold brew, churro frappes and turmeric lattes.
Holyrood officials have published the remit of their investigation into the health secretary's expense claim for an £11,000 iPad roaming bill while on a family holiday.
MPs are warned of 'sustained' attempts by Russia to hack the private conversations of high-profile politicians and journalists Private conversations of high-profile politicians, civil servants and journalists have been the subject of "sustained" attempts by Russia to "meddle in British politics", MPs have been told.
Hearts manager Steven Naismith says Zander Clark remains his first choice goalkeeper despite club legend Craig Gordon's return from injury.
The SNP reported no donations between July and September this year, figures published by the Electoral Commission have revealed.
An RAF officer saved by an air ambulance after a plane crash has presented a fundraising cheque to the charity that runs the operation.
Famous cartoon family The Simpsons have ventured across the pond for an adventure in Scotland.
Glasgow councillors have agreed to twin with war-torn city Mykolaiv in Ukraine.
Judges have rejected moves made by a man facing extradition to the United States to give him more to time to fight the order.
ITV made “considerable efforts” to find out the truth about an alleged relationship between Phillip Schofield and a runner on This Morning in 2019 but was “unable to uncover the relevant evidence” until the presenter’s own admission in late May 2023, an external review has found.
Large areas of the UK look set to be hit with some heavy downpours as the Met Office warns of longer journey times due to spray and flooding on roads.
The BBC licence fee will rise by £10.50 to £169.50 a year, the culture secretary has confirmed as she announced a review into it.
Fife Council has officially awarded the Freedom of the City of Dunfermline to its peacocks.
Meta has begun its rollout of automatic encryption of all Facebook and Messenger chats, the company has announced.
The SNP has been accused of "destroying Scotland's once world-leading education system".
A man is in hospital following a five-car crash on the M8 near Glasgow Airport on Thursday morning.
Stephen Robinson is adamant St Mirren have not suddenly become a “useless” team and has vowed that they will soon be back on track.
A woman has been found dead in a river in a town in Ayrshire.
A deaf dog learning sign language is seeking a new forever home in time for Christmas.
Motherwell manager Stuart Kettlewell says he's had no conversations about his future at the club after Tuesday's defeat to Ross County left the team without a league win since September.
The First Minister is facing his weekly grilling from MSPs ahead of a special cabinet meeting on Thursday night.
Writer Professor Benjamin Zephaniah has died at the age of 65, his family have announced.
Rishi Sunak has said his latest plans to get his flagship migration policy off the ground will "block every single reason that has ever been used to prevent the flights".
Former Weakest Link star Anne Robinson and the Queen’s ex-husband Andrew Parker Bowles are in a relationship, according to reports.
Cash usage has grown for the first time in a decade as households look to balance their budgets amid the cost of living squeeze, according to the British Retail Consortium (BRC).
St Johnstone boss Craig Levein savoured an “intoxicating” finale after striker Chris Kane put him through the wringer before scoring a stoppage-time winner against faltering St Mirren.
A woman has been taken to hospital after being struck by a car in Paisley.
A climber who fell and injured their leg has been rescued after triggering an avalanche in the Cairngorms.
Lidl has launched a limited edition deodorant designed to smell like the port of Leith.
Tickets for Scotland’s Euro 2024 group games are going back on sale after the Scottish FA fixed the issue that caused Wednesday's release to be cancelled.
A man is in hospital after being hit by a bus on Wednesday evening in the centre of Glasgow.
STV's coverage of Euro 2024 will begin with the exclusive live broadcast of the opening game as Scotland face Germany at the Allianz Arena.
Boris Johnson was reluctant to meet the leaders of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland during the pandemic because he thought it would be like a “mini EU”.
Commuters in the central belt are experiencing travel disruption following a crash and a vehicle breakdown on two motorways.
Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers praised Oh Hyeon-gyu for seizing his chance after the South Korea striker hit a double in a 4-1 win over Hibernian.
Dame Judi Dench has said her pet parrot Sweetheart once spoke the name of former prime minister Boris Johnson “clear as day”.
US fugitive Nicholas Rossi is set to represent himself in a last chance legal bid to prevent his extradition to America.
Philippe Clement wants to see a ruthless Rangers side following their narrow and nervy 1-0 cinch Premiership win over Hearts at Tynecastle.
Sean "Diddy" Combs is facing fresh sexual assault allegations after a woman claimed he and two other men raped her in a New York City recording studio two decades ago when she was 17.
Nursing courses at Scottish universities have not been filled for the second year running, Ucas figures show as acceptance numbers fell 11%.
A German U-boat from the First World War is likely to have been sunk deliberately rather than being handed to the Allies, according to a 3D map produced by researchers.
Campaigners are staging a blockade at a defence company’s shipyard in Glasgow in protest over its ties to Israel as they call for a ceasefire.
Five flood alerts have been issued across Scotland as two new yellow weather warnings for heavy rain come into force.
Animal charities in the north east are warning that more pets will need their help this winter, as the cost of living crisis continues to bite.
The number of people in Scotland living with a welfare guardianship has reached a record high of almost 18,000.
A father whose premature baby needed blood transfusions has told how he has started donating blood in a bid to repay “the kindness of strangers” who helped save his daughter.
A Scottish teacher has told how she feared she may never be able to walk again after being assaulted by a pupil.
Kirkcaldy’s rich history with linoleum is being detailed at a new exhibition in the town’s art gallery.
A woman who lost her mum to pancreatic cancer has thrown her support behind a new fundraising campaign that aims to ensure more people aren't "missed at Christmas" by getting an earlier diagnosis.
Police were left feeling "disempowered and disenchanted" by the former chief constable's statement that the force was institutionally racist, a report has revealed.