Glasgow CityMan to stand trial over rape of 14-year-old in Barrhead
A 20-year-old man is to stand trial next year charged with raping a 14-year-old girl in Barrhead.
Seat-throwing football fan Daniel Begg avoids match ban in court
A football fan who threw stadium seats at another supporter during an Aberdeen v Rangers game avoids a ban from matches.
Man charged with human trafficking offences
A man appears in court following a police operation to tackle human trafficking.
Child sex claims against youth coach Hugh Stevenson
A former youth football coach and top-flight assistant referee is accused of a catalogue of child sex offences in Scotland.
UK expansion plan for Glasgow restaurant chain Bar Soba
A Glasgow-based bar and restaurant chain is planning to open a further seven restaurants across the UK.
Larch killer disease spreads to new areas
A deadly pathogen that kills larch trees is discovered in new locations across Argyll and Stirling.
Extra Gourock-Dunoon passenger ferry for winter
The MV Coruisk will be used on the Gourock-Dunoon route during the winter period for the fourth year.
Woman in court on Troon murder charge
A woman appears at Ayr Sheriff Court charged with murdering her disabled sister.
Cloud firm Iomart posts strong first-half results
Cloud computing firm Iomart reports a strong first half to its financial year, after building closer links with big public cloud providers
Cruise Scotland predicts 'bumper' season in 2017
The cruise industry is predicting another bumper season for Scottish ports in 2017, following a seventh successive record year.
Man and woman on attempted murder charge
A man and woman appear in court charged with the attempted murder of a father and son in the north of Glasgow.
Man in serious condition after Bishopton hit-and-run
A 21-year-old man is left with serious injuries following a hit-and-run in Bishopton.
Anti-abortion group in censorship claim at Stathclyde University
Anti-abortion students claim they are being denied their right to freedom of expression by the students' association at Strathclyde University.
Cumbernauld flat fire 'may have been deliberate'
Three people are treated in hospital after a fire at a block of flats in Cumbernauld which police are treating as suspicious.
Wishaw asbestos removal firm secures management buyout
One of the few asbestos removal firms based in Scotland changes hands following a management buyout.
Consumers 'don't know where to get help' over utilities
Consumers are suffering "financial distress" from utility and banking firms but do not know where to seek help, says a Which? report.
Councils blame Scottish government for 7,000 job losses
Scottish councils claim that 7,000 jobs have gone in local authorities over the past year.
Wheelchair Tennis Masters: Gordon Reid to end year as world number one
Gordon Reid becomes the fourth British tennis player to finish 2016 as world number one, following Andy and Jamie Murray and Andy Lapthorne.
Brendan Rodgers: Celtic boss prepares for Manchester City tie
Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers intends to be at the club "for as long as he can" as his side prepare to face Manchester City in the Champions League.
Ross Murdoch ready to 'move on' from Rio Olympics disappointment
Commonwealth Games champion Ross Murdoch says his "open wound" from Rio is healing and he is ready to "move on."
Manchester City v Celtic
Preview followed by live coverage of Tuesday's Champions League game between Manchester City and Celtic.
Rodgers seeks strong Champions League finish
Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers hopes his side can finish their unsuccessful Champions League campaign "on a high".
Rangers 2-1 Aberdeen: Mark Warburton says players were irked before win
Mark Warburton said Rangers had been "more than irked" by criticism they had received before beating Aberdeen.
McGhee's Celtic staff remarks rile Rodgers
Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers hits back at Mark McGhee's critical comments about his backroom staff's behaviour at Fir Park.
A selection of your photographs of a frosty and snow-covered Scotland
A rediscovered original Robert Burns manuscript is to go on display at a Renfrewshire museum in the new year.