Call for nuclear sub fault inquiry
Labour calls for an inquiry into the disclosure of a radioactive fault found at a nuclear submarine reactor test site in the Scottish Highlands in 2012.
Women face 'significant obstacles'
Women still face "significant" barriers in education, employment and public life, organisers of an International Women's Day event in Scotland warn.
Bank says currency union 'unlikely'
A deal on sharing control of the pound between an independent Scotland and the rest of the UK is "unlikely", analysts at the global bank Citigroup say.
Crime falls by 22% in four years
Reported crime rates in Scotland fell by almost a quarter over the past four years, according to government figures.
Council leader in non disclosure ban
A council leader is given a four week ban from attending a committee after he helped approve a £25,000 award to a group run by his employer.
Cross-border pension move welcomed
Scottish independence campaigners welcome changes to cross-border pension plan rules, amid concern from the UK government
Firm reveals vote contingency plans
Investment firm Alliance Trust says it is setting up companies registered in England ahead of the independence referendum.
Glasgow SNP leader to step down
The SNP group leader on Glasgow City Council is to step down for personal reasons.
Ineos to pay salary of sacked worker
Grangemouth operator Ineos ordered to pay the wages of a sacked union convener until his unfair dismissal claim is heard by an employment tribunal.
Date set for council by-election
A date is set for a council by-election in the Scottish Borders following the death of a former Hawick provost.
Councillor intervened over visits
The councillor who wanted to ban Scottish government ministers from Aberdeen buildings personally intervened to block visits, BBC Scotland learns.
Minister sorry for upsetting general
Scottish minister Roseanna Cunningham apologises to a retired Army general for causing any "inadvertent stress" by publicising his contact details on Twitter.
Pound-share risk claim 'overstated'
The Treasury has "overstated" the risks of an independent Scotland sharing the pound with the rest of the UK, Scottish government advisers have said.
Shell boss: Scots should stay in UK
The chief executive of the oil company Shell says he would like Scotland to "remain part of the UK".
Report: First minister's questions
Text and video coverage of First Minister Alex Salmond taking questions at the Scottish Parliament.
New plans for healthier school meals
New guidance which aims to teach children healthy eating habits is published by the Scottish government.
Adviser backs Scots pound-share plan
The head of the Scottish government's fiscal advice group urges SNP ministers to stick with their planned monetary union under independence.