Scotland News:

Scotland's papers: Drug drive fears and Rod's cancer fight
…Concern over the policing of new drug drive laws and Rod Stewart beating cancer make the front pages.…


Funeral poverty fund opens to grieving families in Scotland
… to cover funeral costs. Scotland's social security department has taken control… in central Scotland the figure was just 19%. 'Less intrusive' The new Funeral Support… in line with inflation. Derek Mitchell, chief executive of Citizens Advice Scotland


Church of Scotland sues for share of £2m Viking treasure
…The Church of Scotland is suing for a share of a £2m Viking treasure trove…, who found the hoard in 2014. The National Museum of Scotland paid almost £2m… for the items, which are due to tour Scotland in the next two years . The Kirk said…


Scotland's papers: 'Ghost' hospital and Kirk sues for Viking treasure
… on Scotland's front pages.…


Scotland's first Gandhi statue unveiled on 150th birthday
Scotland's first statue of Indian civil rights campaigner Mahatma Gandhi has…


Van Rompuy: Europe 'looking at what Scotland is in favour of'
… attitudes to Scottish independence. Herman Van Rompuy told BBC Scotland there is “much…


Scotland's papers: David Cameron's 'revenge' and 'I'm sorry, I failed'
…Saturday's papers report how former PM David Cameron says he was "hugely depressed" after 2016's referendum result.…


EU nationals applying to stay in Scotland
…There are about 220,000 EU nationals living in Scotland. If they want to remain…. BBC Scotland's The Nine spoke to one charity supporting families.…


Your pictures of Scotland: 6 - 13 Sept
…A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 6 and 13 September…


Survey begins of damaged deep sea coral off Scotland
…Scientists are surveying a rare deep water coral reef off the coast of Scotland