It was a bridge to the future, a stunning piece of engineering, a structure seen around the world. But, after opening in August 2017, has the 1.7 miles of Queensferry Crossing made the world greener and commutes quicker?
Iran must allow an independent investigation and prosecute those responsible for downing a passenger plane, world leaders said yesterday.
Political deadlock in Northern Ireland ended yesterday when unionist and nationalist parties restored a power-sharing coalition.
A woman beaten and abused by nuns at an orphanage in Aberdeen has broken her silence as she sues the Catholic order for £750,000.
Footballer Aiden McGeady’s recruitment company owes more than a quarter of a million pounds in unpaid tax.
A suburb of Sydney was the hottest place on Earth yesterday as Australian wildfires claimed two more lives.
Children as young as four are attending a Scots gender clinic as the number of youngsters referred soars.
Prison custody officers responsible for moving criminals between Scotland’s prisons and courts have threatened to go on strike over a pay dispute.
Scotland’s most senior prosecutor has asked Police Scotland if fiscals were told potential evidence of fraud at an undercover unit had been incinerated.
Thieves are targeting designer dogs in the run-up to Christmas, animal welfare groups have warned.
There were no champagne corks popping after Amy Callaghan unseated Jo Swinson in one of the election’s biggest upsets.