» Sale 7-45 Glasgow Warriors: Scots keep Champions Cup quarter-final hopes alive18/01/20 21:39 from BBC News - ScotlandGlasgow give themselves a chance of reaching the Heineken Champions Cup quarter-finals with a dominant bonus-point win against Sale.
» Dundee 0-3 Motherwell: Christopher Long scores hat-trick for visitors18/01/20 21:10 from BBC News - ScotlandChristopher Long scores his first Motherwell hat-trick as the Premiership side reach the Scottish Cup fifth round at the expense of Dundee.
» Partick Thistle 1-2 Celtic: Leigh Griffiths scores first goal since August18/01/20 19:22 from BBC News - ScotlandLeigh Griffiths scores his first goal since August as Celtic ease into the Scottish Cup fifth round at the expense of Partick Thistle.
» Lord Robert Maclennan: Tributes to former SDP leader and LibDem peer18/01/20 17:57 from BBC News - ScotlandHe served as an MP in the Highlands and was interim leader of the Liberal Democrats after the party's formation.
» Hearts 5-0 Airdrieonians: Daniel Stendel claims first win18/01/20 17:38 from BBC News - ScotlandDaniel Stendel earns his first win as Hearts manager as his side comfortably beat League One Airdrieonians in the fourth round of the Scottish Cup.
» Ayr United 1-0 Ross County: Scottish Cup shock for Premiership side18/01/20 16:55 from BBC News - ScotlandScottish Championship side Ayr United beat top-flight Ross County to move through to the next round of the Scottish Cup
» Detectives investigate park rape in Edinburgh18/01/20 15:04 from BBC News - ScotlandPolice Scotland said the victim was subjected to a serious sex assault in Dalmeny Park in Leith.
» Giant puppet Storm takes to streets of Glasgow18/01/20 14:37 from BBC News - ScotlandThe 10m tall sea goddess, called Storm, helps celebrate the opening weekend of Celtic Connections.
» ScotRail racks up £3.3m in performance fines18/01/20 13:31 from BBC News - ScotlandFigures obtained by the Scottish Greens found almost 5,000 service failures were recorded last year.
» Rangers 'astounded' by Scottish FA charges on not acting in orderly fashion18/01/20 12:29 from BBC News - ScotlandRangers say they are "astounded" by Scottish FA charges of not acting in an "orderly fashion" and intend to contest them "in the most robust manner possible".
» Council probe after workers burn memorial benches in Edinburgh18/01/20 11:36 from BBC News - ScotlandA whistleblower claims managers told Edinburgh council staff to torch the benches instead of repairing them.
» People with at least two Northern Isles grandparents needed for genetics study18/01/20 11:07 from BBC News - ScotlandGenetic researchers are looking for thousands of people with at least two grandparents born in Orkney or Shetland.
» Is Scotland leading the way on climate change?18/01/20 00:04 from BBC News - ScotlandA major UN climate conference is coming to Glasgow. What is Scotland doing about climate change?
» Cow named after Robert Burns given to Rwandan hero18/01/20 00:02 from BBC News - ScotlandAmiel Mbarubukeye saved a baby during the Rwandan genocide and raised her until her father was traced.
» Chart success for Edinburgh dementia patient and carer17/01/20 17:49 from BBC News - ScotlandThe duo went viral last year and their version of Frank Sinatra's My Way will raise money for dementia charities.
» 'I've seen girls with botched lip jobs'17/01/20 17:47 from BBC News - ScotlandMoves to regulate the beauty filler industry in Scotland have been welcomed.
» Chart success for Edinburgh dementia patient and carer17/01/20 17:46 from BBC News - ScotlandThe duo went viral last year and their version of Frank Sinatra's My Way will raise money for dementia charities.
» Ban on spiked collars at Slipknot gig in Glasgow 'ridiculous'17/01/20 16:43 from BBC News - ScotlandOne club owner described the clothing restrictions for the band's Glasgow show as "a joke".
» Barrhead Travel founder Bill Munro 'unfairly dismissed'17/01/20 16:37 from BBC News - ScotlandBill Munro says he is delighted to be "vindicated" after a tribunal rules the company was wrong to sack him.
» Edinburgh brothers set rowing world records in the Atlantic17/01/20 16:23 from BBC News - ScotlandThe MacLean brothers from Edinburgh crossed the ocean in 35 days, setting three world records.