The £500m development is to have a town centre and retail, leisure and community facilities.
The attacks on his fellow pupils happened at the Royal Blind School in Edinburgh during the 1980s.
Did an ancient people paint their ornately carved standing stones in vivid colours?
Ski-Scotland says it will take time for the initiative offering skiing in Scotland and Iceland to work.
The veteran Celtic rockers will also compose the title music for the Scottish film Journey Bound.
The first minister apologises to farmers for Common Agricultural Policy subsidy payment "failures".
A previous plan for a see-saw like art installation in Inverness was abandoned by the council.
Five varieties of the grain crop are being tested on Raasay where barley was last grown 40 years ago.
Archaeologists have been trying to find the centuries-old Monastery of Deer for a number of years.
Championship side Burton break their club record to sign Ross County striker Liam Boyce on a three-year contract.
Struggling defending champions Newtonmore lose to Lovat in the Premiership as league leaders Kyles progress in the MacAulay Cup.
John Robertson is the new manager of Inverness Caley Thistle, returning to the club he left almost 13 years ago.
Attendances at Scottish Professional Football League games went up by more than 12% last season to over 4.2 million.
A new exhibition reveals hidden depths to a tumultuous period of Scottish history.
A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 16 and 23 June.
US spokesman Sean Spicer says Qatar, Saudi Arabia and others should "work crisis out themselves".
The president questions the neutrality of the man investigating alleged election interference.
Officials say a suicide bomber blew himself up when security forces surrounded the house he was in.
David Vallenilla's son was shot dead by military police during a protest earlier in the week.
Three children, and two adults who tried to rescue them, die at a water park in north-west Turkey.
Donald Tusk says offer to EU nationals could "worsen the situation" as Theresa May defends her plan.
The actor says his remarks were in "poor taste" and did not "come out as intended".
They receive suspended jail terms and fines for abuses in a hotel in Brussels in 2008.
Wapekeka First Nation is calling for more mental health funding following three suicides.
The pair were freed in good health, rebels say, but there is no confirmation from Dutch authorities.
Violence at different ends of the country kill nearly 50 people and injure many more, officials say.
An online petition is set up after the president said mothers would be too distracted to go to school.
Tropical Storm Cindy tears through the southern United States creating extreme weather patterns and widespread damage, including this liquor store.
A car swerved dramatically after an altercation with a motorcyclist in California. Footage courtesy Chris Traber
The British roommate of Otto Warmbier has described the moment he saw his American friend being arrested by guards in North Korea. He never saw him again.
Pat Gallant-Charette, 66, becomes the oldest woman to make the 21-mile swim across the English Channel.
Missiles are fired from the Mediterranean at Islamic State group targets in Syria.
How Facebook's new initiative plans to tackle extremist and hate speech online.
EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker isn't sure what the UK wants.
Chinese media highlight an online trend that sees users stitching patterns through their skin.
The drag queen is to get a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame next year along with Snoop Dogg and Simon Cowell.
Motor enthusiasts attempt a motorised version of the cult toy, and very nearly succeed.
Orienteering team can't resist the lure of cheap beer over the Finland-Russia border.
Dozens of horrified New Zealand parents accidentally feed their children treats meant for dogs.
Award-winning photographer Chris de Bode describes the desperation of people living in northern Cameroon.
The BBC's Gabriel Gatehouse is one of the first reporters to reach the de-facto IS capital Raqqa.
The French president makes his debut in Brussels, but it will take him more than smiles to succeed.
It is a crime to make threats against the US president, so could Johnny Depp run into trouble?
Yuri Drozdov was in charge of the "illegals", who gave up their identities to go undercover in the West.
A guide on how to deal with "uncomfortable questions" during family gatherings after Ramadan.
How the suicide of a young Chinese woman working in prostitution inspired a film on hidden lives of London.
The secret of how a healthy young American ended up in a coma in a North Korean jail may have gone with him to the grave.
How a 61-year-old farmer embodies Uganda's welcoming attitude to South Sudanese refugees.
Camden residents react to the evacuation of several tower blocks because of fire risk fears.
Camden Council head Georgia Gould says several large tower blocks in the borough are being evacuated because of fears over fire safety.
Amy Denton Clark recalls taking the racket during the 1997 final at the Queen's Club.
Tory MP Andrea Leadsom says broadcasters need to be more patriotic while reporting the UK's Brexit negotiations.
Avondale Park Primary School pupils share happy memories of friends lost in the Grenfell Tower fire.
How Facebook's new initiative plans to tackle extremist and hate speech online.
The Metropolitan Police added that insulation and cladding on the building had failed safety tests.
Gabriel, 4, gets distracted on set during a Victoria Derbyshire discussion on sickle cell disease.
Test Match Special commentator Henry Blofeld has announces his retirement after nearly 50 years.
BBC Question Time host David Dimbleby asks a rowdy audience member to leave the programme.
Natalie Balmain has type 1 diabetes and says the clothes she has designed will help women manage the condition.
The chain says three hotels are affected - but the cladding is 'less flammable' than Grenfell Tower.
Student Katie Leverton steps into the male-dominated world of motorsport.
It's the first memorial to African and Caribbean soldiers who fought in WW1 and WW2.
Footage emerges of the prime minister being booed after meeting Grenfell Tower victims on Wednesday.
The best festival advice from Worthy Farm.
Residents at a block of flats in Tottenham have been told the building has the same cladding as Grenfell Tower.
Mother Charlotte Campbell remembers Olivia Campbell-Hardy, who died in May's Manchester attack.
The foreign secretary struggled to explain how the PM would tackle "burning injustices".
Huw Edwards had a tough night at the office on Tuesday, but he's not the only BBC newsreader to fall foul of a "technical problem" or two.
Amelia Brome from Lancashire was diagnosed with cancer in January 2017.
Kevin Spacey lauds British director Edgar Wright for his unique use of music during the film-making process in their latest movie.
The video app, Monkey, is designed to help teenagers make new friends
These students say it's not fair they can't wear shorts.
This year it was "dressed down" - the horses didn't have enough time to rehearse after Trooping the Colour.
It is the first time the prime minister has apologised for the government's response to the Grenfell fire.
Ed is tutored by Barney Greenway of Napalm Death in the fine art of extreme metal vocals.
Columnist Melanie Phillips argues that wearing your heart on your sleeve doesn’t make you a good leader.
Kym Field's son died hours after birth due to a failure by medical staff to monitor his heart rate.
Many Muslim leaders are calling for more to be done to protect their worshippers from hate crimes.
Not got long? Here are the best moments from the day.
Listen to the first one minute of the charity single rising money for the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire.
Kodie Holland says she realised the compressions were working and 'had to keep going'.
Thousands welcomed the dawn.
Presenter Huw Edwards still managed to keep his cool.
One woman feared she would not escape the 10th floor, until a stranger knocked at her door.
Many in the Muslim community are feeling scared and anxious in the aftermath of the terror attack near a mosque in Finsbury Park, London.
BBC colleagues from Nigeria, Tanzania, Yemen and Brazil give us their advice for coping with hot weather.
It marks the beginning of the parliamentary year - but why will it look different from normal?
Sam Mendes, who is currently directing 'The Ferryman' in the West End, says he could not have made his hit films now because the industry does not fund middle budget films.
Lucy, 19, overcame an eating disorder and now helps others with the condition.
Nigel Ackland lost his arm in a factory accident in the UK, but now has one of the most sophisticated prosthetics in the world.
Will Gompertz speaks to playwright Jez Butterworth, whose play The Ferryman is about to open in London's West End.
The species has a long-standing history on planet Earth but its future is less certain.
Essex Police say installing a fake camera is not breaking the law but they would "not encourage it".
This is the moment the suspected Finsbury Park attacker is restrained then arrested.
A policeman joined Pakistan cricket fans celebrating a victory in Luton.
UK Brexit Secretary David Davis and EU Chief Negotiator Michel Barnier in Brussels give their thoughts.
An eyewitness describes the scene in north London.
Locomotive is the first steam train built in the UK since the 1960s and visited Bristol and Devon.
Finsbury Park attack "as sickening as previous terror attacks" said the Prime Minister Theresa May.
Jeremy Corbyn says that the only way to "deal with this kind of issue is communities coming together."
Muslims praying near Finsbury Park Mosque, for the victims who were attacked.
Aerial footage of police teams at the scene of an attack in Finsbury Park.
Metropolitan deputy assistant commissioner confirms all victims were from the Muslim community.
The home secretary says police were on the scene of the Finsbury Park attack immediately.
The Chancellor says a criminal investigation will examine building regulations at Grenfell Tower.