Social Bite ‘sleep out’ to help 600 homeless people

The Social Bite event will provide £3m of support to help people stay in their new homes.

Artists put modern sculptures held in storage up for adoption

The scheme gives charities and other groups the chance to borrow pieces which are in long-term storage.

Aberdeen first city in Scotland to get full fibre broadband

The new network will provide gigabit internet speeds to nearly every home and business in the city.

Woman brings civil case against man cleared of raping her

For the first time in a century a woman begins a civil action in Scotland after an unsuccessful rape prosecution.

Crime gangs net £7m from sophisticated bank phone fraud

Charities, construction firms and an 88-year-old woman have been targeted by vishing scams,

Police Scotland and British Transport Police merger halted as opposition parties call to axe scheme

Justice Secretary Michael Matheson said he remained committed to keeping the plans in place.

Glasgow schoolboy writes sweet letter to teacher to cheer her up after losing her pet dog

A KIND-HEARTED schoolboy has given his teacher a letter after she was devastated about the loss of her pet dog.

Brexit snub as only SNP MPs bother to turn up as Westminster committee probes impact of leaving EU

Unionist MPs from Labour, Lib Dems and the Tories are blasted after failing to attend the meeting in Kirkcaldy.

Man, 83, robbed of cash cards in early hours in Glasgow home

The 83-year-old was threatened with a sharp object by a man who broke into his Glasgow home in the early hours.

Not much action on the pitch? Celtic fan uses Tinder instead of watching his team at Parkhead

A CELTIC fan looking for love has been caught browsing Tinder during one of the club’s games.