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Leaders of the Scottish and UK Governments are looking forward to debating the "big issues" of Scottish independence as Holyrood and Westminster prepare to finalise an agreement on the holding of a referendum.Read
The construction of the "largest and most powerful warship" ever built for the Royal Navy has taken another step as its 11,000-tonne hull section was prepared for delivery to Rosyth.Read
A man has died after being swept into the sea while fishing, coastguard said.Read
SNP defence spokesman Angus Robertson has been seeking the views of Scotland's Nordic neighbours ahead of a party conference address to members in support of Nato membership.Read
The next stage in the building of the "largest and most powerful warship" ever built for the Royal Navy is set to begin when an 11,000-tonne hull section is prepared for a 600-mile journey.Read
A former SNP leader will condemn plans to legalise gay marriage at the party's conference this week.Read
Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill is to host a summit to look at new ways the Scottish Government and its partners can tackle the problem of human trafficking in Scotland.Read
Ellon in Aberdeenshire has seen the biggest 10-year increase in house price per square metre in the UK, according to research.Read
Voting in the independence referendum will be the most important decision people in Scotland will ever have to make, the Scottish Secretary has said.Read
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