The sister of a Scottish soldier killed during service more than 60 years ago has collected an honour in his memory.
T In The Park Comes To An End
The Red Hot Chili Peppers received a rapturous welcome as they took to the stage to bring the curtain down on T in the Park.
Lead singer Anthony Kiedis danced his way on to the main stage at Strathallan Castle in Perthshire, addressing the crowd: "Hey Scotland, so this is the festival?''
The Californian band - Kiedis, Michael "Flea'' Balzary, Chad Smith and John Frusciante - opened with hit track Can't Stop.
Across the weekend revellers braved the mud to enjoy performances by some of the country's top artists.
Festival organisers have hailed this year's event as "unforgettable''.
Jake Bugg, James Bay and Faithless were among the acts to wow thousands of fans on the final day, following on from Saturday's headliner Calvin Harris.
Seven men have been arrested in connection with a large-scale disturbance following the Edinburgh derby in the Scottish Cup.
A new £25,000 scholarship to improve care for people with motor neurone disease (MND) will be set up in memory of campaigner Gordon Aikman.
Police have launched an investigation after a 19-year-old woman was the victim of a serious sexual assault in Edinburgh.
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