A stretch of the A1 in East Lothian was closed to all vehicles from 5am on Tuesday.
Findings published after third phase of the Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry.
Major road closed as ferry sailings cancelled and electricity firms on standby.
Environmental change means the species is approaching ‘crisis point’, it is claimed.
Researchers studied dozens of measures farmers could take to help tackle the climate crisis.
Christie appeared to grab the Colombian’s testicles during the second-half of his side’s 2-1 defeat at Celtic Park on Sunday, December 29.
The 1320 document will go on show to the public for the first time in 15 years.
A new vote will be opened this week by the Educational Institute of Scotland (EIS).
Oxfam Scotland says that a person in the UK takes just five days to emit the same carbon as someone in Rwanda in 12 months.
Citizen's Advice Scotland says that online advice about revenge porn has doubled in views in the past year.
The bank apologised after wages and other payments failed to enter customers accounts on Friday.
Clydesdale Bank has been inundated with complaints after reports that people's wages had not arrived in their accounts.
The ankle-worn tags test an offender’s sweat every 30 minutes.
Hundreds could have been spared HIV infection if England had sought help, papers suggest.
The secondary school teacher was caught on camera by a pupil abusing paramedics while intoxicated.
The discount supermarket chain will open two stores in Glasgow and one in Edinburgh.
Train fares are set to increase by an average of 2.7%, a campaign group has said.
The number of calls was 2.7% up on the same period last year.
The Loony Dook has become a staple in the east coast’s festive calendar.
A baby boy born at 12.03am at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh was the earliest arrival announced so far.