Stephen Daisley helps dull the pain of being mugged by the Chancellor of the Exchequer on live TV.
Fergus Ewing did not rule out fracking when asked twice in Holyrood.
Neil Richardson has announced he will leave his role when his contract expires.
Owners of the weapons will be invited to hand them over between May 23 and June 12.
Kezia Dugdale has pledged to regulate bus services if she becomes First Minister.
The plan aims to improve prevention, detection, diagnosis, treatment and after care.
Victims often thought police could do nothing about them or incidents were 'too trivial'.
The transport minister said the upgrade will equate to an extra 20,000 seats per day.
An STV News team accompanied two Scots doctors in their bid to help refugees.
On the 'main street', one refugee told STV about his interest in the Independence Referendum.
The SNP government says the tax would be abolished completely when resources allow.
The Prime Minister issued the warning as a poll suggested the final result hangs in the balance.
Keep Scotland Beautiful said Scotland's local environment has been in decline since 2012.
The bank will shed staff from its investment advice and protection products teams.
Tony Blair's spin doctor said the nationalists believe they have a 'divine will to rule'.
A report has recommended 34 ways to help widen access to university.
Draft bill would remove three-year time limit on people going to civil court.
Hundreds of technicians will be trained as front-line paramedics at service's academy.
Around 60 officers are being trained by the Equality Network to become LGBTI liaisons.
Comment: Stephen Daisley on the life beyond politics, where the country is to be found.