A new rail link between the Borders and Edinburgh reaches a major milestone as track-laying is completed.
Most of Scotland's councils are due to set their budgets for the coming year, with councillors facing tough decisions on local spending as they seek to balance their books.
Tiger Woods says he is needs "a lot of work" on his game and he will not return until he is "tournament ready".
The row over claims of tax evasion at HSBC's Swiss bank, and Labour leader Ed Miliband's labelling of David Cameron as a "dodgy" prime minister, lead several papers.
The Romanian entrepreneurs making money from communism
The English town where wages have soared by 16% in a year
Dogs can tell the difference between happy and angry human facial expressions, a touch-screen study reveals.
Everton boss Roberto Martinez accuses Chelsea's players of trying to sway the referee during a 1-0 defeat at Stamford Bridge.
As Greece settles into negotiations over its future in the eurozone, we lay out the various futures facing the country.
How furniture assembly was turned into a game
Paralympic sprint champion Alan Oliveira wants Oscar Pistorius to resume racing when the South African is released from prison.
The long-running takeover battle for the French holiday company, Club Med, has finally come to an end with Chinese conglomerate Fosun taking control.
There is hope for a deal on Greek debt with the Eurozone by next Monday after "very good discussions", says Greece's finance minister.
An unmanned SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying a weather satellite successfully launches from Florida's Cape Canaveral Air Force Station on its third attempt.
The Deep Space Climate Observatory launches from Florida on a mission to monitor both the Sun and the Earth.
The killing of three Muslim students in North Carolina has prompted anger in their community, and online.
Nick Robinson on the parliamentary exchanges over HSBC
At least 300 migrants have been killed after attempting to cross the Mediterranean Sea from North Africa.
A man is injured following a shooting on the outskirts of west Belfast.
Reported cases of concussion in English professional rugby rise by 59% in the 2013-14 season, according to an audit.