New law would allow satellites and rockets to be launched across the country for the first time.
A General Assembly committee brought forward legislation which could ultimately allow Kirk parish ministers and deacons to conduct same-sex marriages.
The NASUWT said verbal and physical abuse of teachers is going unchallenged too commonly.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are known as the Duke and Duchess of Strathearn when in Scotland.
Industry bodies say without a change to the guidance more cash will be needed to protect a deeply damaged sector.
After more than a year of no sailing, hundreds of passengers were due to leave Scotland to visit the Norwegian fjords.
The UK Government has announced that non-essential trips abroad from England will get the go-ahead from May 17.
Fourteen students will attempt to paddle up the Great Glen from Fort William to Inverness in a birlinn boat.
Ian Blackford called on Boris Johnson to withdraw legal challenge over two Bills passed unanimously by the Scottish Parliament.
Baroness Helena Kennedy, a barrister and expert in human rights law, is among nine British individuals targeted in the retaliation.
Edinburgh-based Skyrora aims to be the first UK company to make space launches from a European site.
Cross-party group found 570 prostitution adverts for Scotland in a single day on just one website.
Labour leader will meet frontline healthcare workers in Edinburgh and Glasgow alongside Anas Sarwar.
Investment worth up to £452m could be available for regions on either side of the border.
The milestone was reached on Wednesday just five weeks on from when doses reached one million.
Children’s minister Maree Todd said the Bill would make Scotland a ‘world leader in children’s rights’.
A total of 14 ports and harbours have been allocated Scottish Government funding so far.
The Scottish Government is providing additional funding of £2m a year for three years.
Nicola Sturgeon says she hopes to be among the Tartan Army cheering on Scotland at Euro 2020 this summer.
The Limnephilus Pati caddisfly had not been spotted in the UK for more than a century when it was discovered in the Outer Hebrides.