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Olympic gold medallist Andy Murray will not attend the official victory parade for Scottish Olympians and Paralympians.Read
A piper has marked the Scottish roots of Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the Moon, when he played at his memorial service in the United States.Read
Union chiefs urged the Finance Secretary to end the public-sector pay freeze, arguing that increasing wages for hundreds of thousands of workers could help the economy.Read
Scottish cancer deaths have reached their highest level in more than 30 years, according to official figures.Read
Conservative leader Ruth Davidson has called for an investigation into the "staggering" number of patient appointments being cancelled by the NHS.Read
Subsidies for offshore wind technology could be increased as part of a plan to encourage investment.Read
The Scottish wildcat, one of the country's rarest species, could become extinct "at any moment", conservationists have warned.Read
Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond will meet the Prime Minister and the heads of the devolved administrations next week.Read
Glasgow's bid to host the 2018 Youth Olympic Games has been formally approved by the city council.Read
BBC staff cuts are unacceptable, especially in the run-up to the landmark referendum on independence, according to the Culture Secretary.Read
The Scottish Government will only set out its position on why it believes an independent Scotland will remain in the European Union (EU) in a year's time, the First Minister said.Read
A 50-year-old man has been arrested after a police raid uncovered drugs worth £1.2 million.Read
A campaign to promote responsible sex and recent changes in the law aims to reduce rape and sexual assaults.Read
The man known as the Naked Rambler has been jailed for five months for a breach of the peace after he told a court he would not co-operate with social workers tasked with assessing his mental health.Read
Doctors and nurses are being given advice on how to spot the victims of human trafficking.Read
The man dubbed the Naked Rambler is due in court for sentencing after being convicted of a breach of the peace.Read
More progress could be made towards a deal on the staging of the independence referendum.Read
Britain's most successful Olympian, Sir Chris Hoy, has been announced as the first official ambassador of the 2014 Commonwealth Games.Read
A piper will mark the Scottish roots of Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the Moon, when he plays at his memorial service in the United States.Read
Boundary changes proposed for Westminster elections have been altered in the final stages of public consultation.Read
Fife Police are performing well, with falling crime levels and rising detection rates, according to the latest inspection report.Read
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