STV News at Six Edinburgh International
STV News at Six from the Edinburgh region. This edition of the broadcast programme may have been edited for rights reasons.
The horrified people of Peshwar in Pakistan are trying to come to terms with the monstrous mass murder that left more than 130 children dead.
The prime minister has confirmed he will back moves to give the Scottish parliament the power to lower the voting age in time for the 2016 election.
A damning report has highlighted a series of failures in child protection at Scotland’s National School for deaf children.
Thousands of homes across Scotland are still without power tonight as the weather bomb causes widespread disruption.
Scotland is bracing itself to be hit by a so-called ‘weather bomb’. The north and west of the country are already feeling the effects of a severe storm, which has been causing travel and power disruption.
A serial young offender is facing life in prison after being convicted of a frenzied knife attack on a couple in their own home.
Four SNP councillors are suspended from the party after filming themselves burning a copy of the Smith Commission report.
The chancellor faces the most difficult balancing act of his career as he prepares to set out his tax and spending plans.
Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown is set to announce he will stand down as an MP at May's general election.
Former Rangers owner Craig Whyte has been released on bail following a court appearance over an alleged fraudulent takeover of the Ibrox club.
The Smith Commission unveils its blueprint for a stronger Scottish Parliament including control over income tax.
Plans to look for a fairer alternative to the council tax and proposals to abolish tax breaks for shooting estates have been unveiled by Scotland's new first minister.
There's been an emotional plea for the families of the Vale of Leven victims to receive proper compensation. Labour MSP Jackie Baillie broke down at Holyrood as she said the families deserved better.
An inquiry into the clostridium difficile outbreak at the Vale of Leven Hospital seven years ago has found that it contributed to the deaths of at least 34 patients.
An 86 year old man has told a jury he watched his partner being stabbed to death by a complete stranger who'd forced his way into their home.