The bus crashed down an embankment near Our Lady's High in Cumbernauld, Lanarkshire
The position is at odds with the UK Labour Party not to frustrate the process for triggering Article 50 Lisbon Treaty
Group has been taken to hospital in Fort William where they are being treated for non-life threatening injuries
Shetland’s Viking fire festival Up Helly Aa is an absurd cross between ‘Game of Thrones’ and ‘The X Factor’. Our writer just got back from this year’s event
Prime Minister says the UK government still plans to 'fully engage' with Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales but they will have no role in decision making
Nicola Sturgeon has said another ballot on the issue is highly likely
People from Canada and Africa have already applied
But the legacy of Scotland's national poet lives on
Northern Ireland and Scotland both voted to Remain in the EU
Plans call for appropriate penalty after Argentinians 'used armed force to seek to settle an international dispute'
It is that time of the year to practise your haggis cooking skills, don some tartan and recite some of the Scottish Bard’s poetry
Rothes Glen House has 11 bedrooms, eight reception rooms, a lake and a rose garden...
Scotland voted to remain in the EU by 62 per cent
The buyer of the two islands known as the Holms of Stromness in Orkney will need to be up for rowing to shops from their six-bedroom hideaway - unless the tide is low...
Scottish literature returned to the spotlight after Graeme Macrae Burnet’s crime novel was nominated for the Man Booker Prize. Timothy C Baker takes a timely look ahead at what else is on offer from Scottish authors in 2017
At least 500 homes have been left without electricity after strong winds hit overnight