The bodies of the four Scottish holidaymakers killed in the Tunisia terror attack are released to their families.
A dramatic thunder and lightning storm lit up many parts of Scotland overnight into Thursday.
Amateur footballers in Edinburgh are attempting to break the world record for the longest 11-a-side match by playing for 105 hours.
T in the Park bosses announce that items including selfie sticks and flagpoles are banned from this year's festival at Strathallan Castle.
Three men admit attempting to incite violence after a "ruckus" broke out prior to a football match between Dundee United and Aberdeen.
A convicted killer who escaped from Cornton Vale woman's prison in Stirling is arrested in Glasgow.
In his latest BBC Sport column, Andy Murray talks about a "lippy" Tim Henman and too much Taylor Swift during training.
Fire crews are called to extinguish a blaze at an e-cigarette shop in Perth city centre.
Mihran Manasyan gives Europa League debutants Alashkert a deserved victory over St Johnstone in Armenia.
Seven men are arrested by Home Office teams in a series of immigration raids in Perth, Scone, Blairgowrie and Bridge of Earn.
A group of Scottish councils receive £11m from the Scottish government to help pupils from deprived areas perform better in school.
The Scottish SPCA investigates after a badly injured fox is found in an illegal gin trap in Dundee.
A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 26 June and 3 July
The Gleneagles Hotel is sold by drinks company Diageo, which owned it for 31 years.
Dundee United striker Nadir Ciftci rejects an offer from English League One outfit Wigan Athletic.
St Johnstone fear Murray Davidson suffered knee ligament damage during their Europa League defeat by Alashkert.
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