The Princess Royal has officially launched a new book about the “important” contribution of Scots in London during the First World War.
The Centipede Project, based in Muirhouse, has worked with Edinburgh schoolchildren and artists to highlight their artwork in the ‘Germinator’ exhibition at the Royal Botanic Gardens in the city.
The Moderator has welcomed the decision to award the Templeton Prize to King Abdullah II of Jordan.
Peace campaigners are staging a protest outside a controversial arms fair in Glasgow today/tomorrow (June 26) to express outrage at the “untold suffering” that weapons of war cause around the world. ...
Christian and Muslim faith leaders have been lauded in the Scottish Parliament for working in close partnership to combat extremism.
A Kirk minister has blessed a new £840,000 footbridge installed across the widest part of the River Carron near Falkirk.
The Church of Scotland is backing a new campaign to challenge the UK Government’s approach to illegal immigration which is leading to destitution, discrimination and distrust.
Two teenage Christian brothers fear they will be killed if they are forced to leave Scotland and deported to Pakistan.
A film producer will reunite with the Kirk minister who helped his family after tragedy struck in Bangladesh more than 50 years ago at the Edinburgh premiere of his latest production.
An adventurous Kirk elder from Fife cycled nearly 700 miles in just 12 days to raise thousands of pounds for a mental health counselling charity originally started by the Church of Scotland.