People around Scotland are ringing in the new year with up to 100,000 at Edinburgh's street party.
Tens of thousands will attend Edinburgh's Hogmanay street party, one of the world's biggest.
Chloe Repper, 33, hadn't been seen since leaving a nightclub in the early hours.
One teacher was grabbed by the hair by a student and repeatedly headbutted.
Mackie's Crisps has taken inspiration from the country's bard Robert Burns.
Figures obtained from Police Scotland show a year-on-year rise in the number of incidents.
Emergency crews were called out to the North Carr, which is moored within Victoria Dock in Dundee, on Sunday afternoon.
The major engineering works at Haymarket East Junction were completed over the festive period.
Data released to the Scottish Liberal Democrats under freedom of information legislation has been branded 'miserable'.
Citizens Advice Scotland wants the wage breaches to be investigated.
The Wimbledon champion suffered a bruise to his pelvic bone last month.
Mr Weir, who won £161m in the EuroMillions in 2011, died on Friday after a short illness.
Former RBS chief executive Ross McEwan, actress Maureen Beattie and ex-politician Brian Wilson are also recognised.
Rose Reilly, 64, will add her gong to her eight Serie A titles, four Italian Cups, and a world championship medal.
Shona Robison blamed UK welfare polices for the rising number of Scots being forced to turn to charities to feed their families.
Mr Weir and wife Chris, from Largs in North Ayrshire, claimed the £161m prize in July 2011.
A fear that bowel cancer is harder to treat than other cancers may contribute to lower rates of participation in screening.
At least 114 children have been strip-searched in police custody in the last three years.
A study found 77% of 800 respondents said their work had harmed their health and wellbeing in the past year.
NHS boards have faced 117 cyber attacks in five years.