The court says the policy significantly restricts the market
Republican presidential candidate had argued that the wind farm would spoil the view from his Balmedie golf resort
Scottish Government has an annual budget of £30bn but this figure has been dwarfed as a result of a spending spree on schools, roads, railways, higher education and hospitals
A petition calling for Sandra White to 'resign for her racist tweet' has received almost 600 signatures
Elaine Mead said the UK’s current system of diagnosis 'isn’t fit for the future'
Young people spend more than any other age group on meals – much of it on fast food, thanks to a lack of cooking skills
Exclusive: All 32 Scottish councils will refuse to implement the conditions of the bill
Bass Island enjoys special EU protections which have helped the gannet population to thrive, but the water around it does not - that may be about to change
The end of an era?
Scotland's anti-independence campaign maintains a notable lead in poll results released on Sunday, ahead of next year's referendum.
Government officials deciding whether to back an offshore windfarm in sight of Donald Trump's Aberdeenshire golf course did not visit the resort, his lawyers have said.
22 universities have now banned 'The Sun' on their campuses
‘Great relief’ as former SNP politician quits Scottish Parliament ahead of sentencing
A charity has also labelled the Home Office posters displayed in reporting centres ‘racist’
"We are here as witnesses." These words stare down at you in large white letters from the back wall of a neighbouring house, and they’re apt: in Common Wealth’s site-specific production, you walk through a small home on an estate in Wester Hailes, on the outskirts of Edinburgh, witnessing the impact of domestic violence on six different people. The words are also a potent reminder - as is the whole production, explicitly and intentionally - that should we be aware of such violence, we should speak up, speak out.
The country's vast estates are under threat of being broken up and sold to small farmers. The laird's response? Get off our land