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The body of a man has been discovered in a private garden.Read
Work to restore the flow of oil through a major UK pipeline system in the North Sea has begun.Read
The Government is facing a fresh strike by civil servants after a union announced it is balloting 250,000 of its members in a row over pay, pensions and working conditions.Read
One of the UK's fastest growing film festivals has unveiled its biggest programme.Read
The public may soon have the right to request information from publicly owned companies that provide culture and leisure facilities on behalf of councils, the Deputy First Minister has announced.Read
Establishing a written constitution would be one of the first duties of an independent Scottish Parliament, the First Minister has said.Read
Hundreds of agency workers have braved freezing temperatures to stage protests across the country against "morally wrong" contracts they claimed were costing some more than £500 a month.Read
Two men have stolen £1 million-worth of jewellery during an armed shop raid in which they smashed glass display cabinets with an axe.Read
Scotland has twice as many fire deaths than England and Wales despite running the most expensive fire brigades in Britain, according to the public spending watchdog.Read
Measures aimed at preventing people from jumping to their deaths from the new Forth Replacement Crossing have been outlined to MSPs.Read
The rise in the number of self-employed people is not a sign of an entrepreneurial boom but is instead a worrying trend, MSPs have been told.Read
Hundreds of patients have waited up to eight months for diagnostic tests, breaching the Scottish Government's 18-week guarantee.Read
An internet clip apparently showing a schoolgirl attacking a male pupil has been reported to police.Read
Some patients have waited up to eight months for diagnostic tests, breaching the Scottish Government's 18-week guarantee.Read
People living in an independent Scotland could have the right to a home and free education enshrined in the country's constitution, the First Minister has said.Read
A leak on a North Sea platform has forced the closure of a major pipeline system supplying UK oil, it has emerged.Read
Winter weather conditions will push north to Scotland before a new front brings a deluge of snow to the UK on Friday, according to forecasters.Read
A pilot project introducing more flexible visiting hours at some hospitals is the first step to making the NHS more user-friendly, the Health Secretary said.Read
The Scottish Government has been accused of failing to sufficiently focus on the type and quality of jobs being created in its economic strategy.Read
Legislation to update the public's right to scrutinise how taxpayers' money is spent is expected to be passed at Holyrood.Read
Primal Scream will headline this year's Wickerman Festival.Read
Police are seeking witnesses to the robbery of a city jewellery shop by two men with an axe and a gun.Read
The average house price has fallen by more than £5,000 in the last year, according to a market index.Read
A lack of volunteers and facilities will threaten the sporting legacy of the 2014 Commonwealth Games, a Holyrood committee has warned.Read
Agency workers will stage protests outside call centres, claiming a loophole in the law is costing some more than £500 a month because they are being denied the right to equal pay.Read
The high street enjoyed some of the best sales for two years in the run-up to Christmas, according to new figures.Read
Finance Secretary John Swinney has told business leaders that an independent Scotland would allow them to "realise their growth ambitions and contribute" to the country's success.Read
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