STV News at Six Aberdeen International
STV News at Six from the Aberdeen region. This edition of the broadcast programme may have been edited for rights reasons.
The Electoral Commission says there's been an unprecedented surge in people registering to vote in the referendum.
Alex Salmond says his performance in the debate will give the Yes campaign a boost. However both sides believe the referendum battle will be won or lost on the doorsteps not on television.
The mother of three year old Mikaeel Kular has been jailed for 11 years after she admitted killing her son and hiding his body in a suitcase.
Yes Scotland says it has reached its target of one million declarations backing independence four weeks before voters head to the polls.
MSPs are leaving Holyrood tonight as the Scottish Parliament prepares to go into recess until after the referendum poll on the 18th of September.
A leading figure in the oil and gas industry has claimed the Scottish Government's North Sea estimates are up to 60 percent too high.
The future of the NHS was at the heart of the referendum debate today as the health secretary said only a Yes vote would protect the service from privatisation.
The referendum battle has intensified with a month to go before we make the most important decision in our country's history.
Scotland's triumphant Commonwealth Games athletes have taken to the streets of the host city today in a victory parade watched by thousands.
Scotland's single police authority is in the firing line tonight amid growing controversy over the deployment of armed officers.
A major clean-up operation's underway following the torrential rain and high winds which left a trail of damage across the north and north and north-east.
It may have been the remnants of a Caribbean hurricane but Bertha still slammed into Scotland overnight with a vengeance bringing a month's rainfall to the north and north-east in a 12 hour deluge.
'It's our pound and we are keeping it'. Those were the defiant words of First Minister Alex Salmond today who came under sustained attack at Holyrood to reveal a Plan B on currency if he can't negotiate a post
Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill says the decision to deploy armed police officers must be down to the Chief Constable of Police Scotland.
A badly decomposed body has been discovered in a flat in Port Glasgow. Police are treating the death as suspicious.