The BBC Scotland news website has looked back at our most-read stories of 2011.
Here is the top 10, with the ranking based on the number of page views:
Police told people not to travel, as winds of up to 165mph affected the country, leaving more than 50,000 people without power.
The Met Office issued its highest warning, a red alert, and hundreds of schools were closed.
John Clark Wilson, 26, was charged with breach of the peace and assault, both aggravated by religious prejudice.
The Celtic football club manager was attacked on the touchline after his club's second goal at Tynecastle.
Wilson was eventually cleared of assaulting Lennon when a jury at Edinburgh Sheriff Court found the case against him not proven after a trial.
However, he was jailed for eight months for breach of the peace.
The joke was: "I needed a password eight characters long so I picked Snow White and the Seven Dwarves."
A panel from TV channel Dave put a selection of their favourites to public vote.
Paul Daniels was said to have had the worst joke of the festival.
Chris White took a photograph of his four-year-old daughter in a shopping centre.
Braehead Shopping Centre said it had a ban on all photography on the premises.
Staff called security after seeing a man taking photographs near their counter.
The Queen's grand-daughter Zara Phillips married England rugby player Mike Tindall on 30 July.
Senior members of the Royal Family including the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall attended the ceremony in Canongate Kirk.
Wayne Rooney Sr and seven of the men were released on bail.
Police said the men had been arrested for conspiracy to defraud.
The probe related to alleged betting irregularities surrounding a game between Motherwell and Hearts on 14 December 2010.
The outcome means that the party has enough votes to hold an independence referendum.
SNP leader Alex Salmond said his party's election victory was "a victory for a society and a nation".
The Scottish Ambulance Service said the restaurant needed to rethink its annual curry king event after several competitors became ill.
Curie Kim, who finished second in the contest, was one of those taken to hospital. She said: "It was very painful and felt like being chainsawed in the stomach with hot sauce on the chainsaw."
The Kismot restaurant has said next year's event will be about "eating rather than endurance".
A deal which offered three packs of beer for £20 went through the till for £11.
Police were called to a store in Greenock after traffic around the shop caused traffic congestion.
The show, organised by Oban and Lorn Lions, was expected to last about half an hour and was to be accompanied by music.
After the unexpectedly short display, an announcement was made to inform the crowds that the fireworks were over.