Andy Murray will work with Jonas Bjorkman in the next month with a view to the Swede joining his coaching staff full time.
A search is under way in the US after an army helicopter crashes in Florida leaving its crew of seven marines and four soldiers missing.
Three baby boys born in Scotland last year were called M, R and T, while Bluebell-Fawn features on the list of names given to girls.
Press and photographers have gathered outside Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson's home as they await his response over his suspension from the BBC.
Top Gear presenter James May has confirmed that Jeremy Clarkson had a "dust up" over dinner, leading to his suspension from the BBC.
A Lanarkshire woman whose baby suffered brain damage during birth has won a 16-year fight for £5.25m compensation.
Kumar Sangakkara scores a record fourth successive one-day international century as Sri Lanka beat Scotland by 148 runs.
UK industrial output fell by 0.1% in January compared with a month earlier, official figures show.
Authors Joel Harrison and Neil Ridley put the case for the economic benefit of a cut in tax on spirits in the Budget.
The man in charge of policing on the day of the Hillsborough disaster said he told officers "safety was paramount" at a briefing prior to the match, the inquest hears.
Scotland's public finances have improved but they remain worse than the UK average, according to Scottish government figures.
Two US children are praised for their swift action in pursuing a man who attempted to kidnap their 22-month-old sibling.
A South African news reporter is mugged while preparing for a live broadcast.
The BBC's Gabriela Torres visited a farm in Extremadura in south west Spain to find out how pigs behind the world's most expensive ham - Iberico - are reared.
A former New Age traveller whose ex-husband became a millionaire a decade after they separated has won a divorce cash fight in the Supreme Court.
One of South Africa's best known TV reporters is mugged on camera as he waited to go on air in Johannesburg.
Armed thieves seize a reported €9m (£6m) euros' worth of jewels from two high security vans at a French motorway toll booth.
A court in India summons former prime minister Manmohan Singh over a corruption scandal involving coal mining licenses.
The social network says it's listening to criticism that the "feeling fat" status could reinforce negative body image.
A former Ministry of Defence special adviser says David Cameron gave a "personal assurance" that the defence budget would increase after 2015.