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Transport group Stagecoach has announced it is to invest over £75 million in hundreds of new buses and coaches.Read
An investigation into a crematorium which secretly buried cremated remains of babies without their parents' knowledge could reveal a wider problem across Scotland, it has been suggested.Read
The daughter of a man linked to the disappearance of a schoolgirl more than 50 years ago has reportedly told how her father was "every bit as much of a paedophile as Jimmy Savile".Read
The mild conditions enjoyed since the start of the year are set to be replaced by snow and freezing temperatures, forecasters have warned.Read
A woman has told a court that her life was "ruined" after former Big Brother star Jason Cowan allegedly forced himself on her as she slept after a work night out.Read
The Scottish Government has been asked whether its plan to siphon off money for a Norway-style oil fund will be funded by topslicing existing taxation or levying more taxes on the oil industry.Read
The Scottish Government is "making promises which they cannot possibly keep" on the benefits issue, a coalition minister has claimed.Read
Police are hunting a driver who deliberately knocked a man down in a shopping centre car park.Read
Serious consideration is being given to upping the speed limit for HGVs on the road branded the deadliest in Scotland.Read
Scottish students studying at European Union universities will be offered a full package of financial support for the first time under a £750,000 pilot scheme.Read
Older people have a "fundamentally optimistic" impact on society, according to the Finance Secretary.Read
A severely emaciated dog is recovering in a care centre after being found abandoned on a beach.Read
A lorry driver has been taken to hospital after his vehicle tipped over on one of the country's busiest commuter routes.Read
The UK Government has been urged to reveal details of any contingency plans ministers might have for moving the Trident nuclear submarines if Scotland votes in favour of independence.Read
Police have launched an investigation after the body of a man was found in the grounds of a primary school.Read
Auditors have been called in to look at the records of a crematorium which buried the cremated remains of babies after parents were led to believe there would be no ashes to scatter.Read
Six designs shortlisted to transform one of Scotland's best-known city spaces have been unveiled to the public.Read
A workman suffered multiple fractures when he reportedly fell 30ft at a harbour.Read
A fisherman died after falling overboard from a boat found to have deck walls lower than the minimum statutory height, an official report has said.Read
A group of birds from two threatened species of pheasant are being taken to India to take part in a breeding programme.Read
A tax should be levied on each bottle of whisky sold to share the industry's riches with the drink's country of origin, economic experts have suggested.Read
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