A funeral is held for John Yuill, one of two people involved in the car crash on the M9 police failed to investigate for three days.
An MSP calls on the Scottish government to clarify why it gave the organisers of the T in the Park festival £150,000 in funding.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon reveals plans by two Scottish firms to expand operations in China as she continues a trade mission.
Police apologise to the family of a woman left dying in a car for several days after an officer left her a voicemail 10 days after her death.
A nurse at a children's hospice who downloaded hundreds of indecent images of youngsters out of "curiosity" escapes being struck off.
Parts of Scotland have seen almost double their normal rainfall so far for the month of July.
An orphaned pine marten is being cared for after taking refuge through a cat flap, helping himself to food and settling down for a nap.
Scientists from Dundee University recreate the face of a young man who lived more than 4,000 years ago.
A new 3D app which allows users to explore what Dundee Waterfront will look like in 2018 is launched.
A total of 469 teaching posts across Scotland are vacant ahead of the new school year, according to local authority figures.
A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 17 and 24 July
The man known by many as the "father of modern Scottish photography" dies aged 86
Rodney Sneijder is used to living in his brother Wesley's shadow but must now make his mark, writes Richard Wilson.
Dundee United signing Rodney Sneijder does not want to be compared with his famous sibling, Netherlands international Wesley.
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