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Support for independence has dropped back to the lowest level since devolution, according to a survey.Read
A teenage girl whose body was found on a motorway has been named by police.Read
Proposals to set up a parliamentary sub-committee to oversee the new single police force are to be put forward at Holyrood.Read
The UK Government has held Holyrood back from introducing a national scheme to insulate older, colder homes and make them more fuel efficient, according to the Scottish housing minister.Read
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has paid tribute to former Celtic player Sean Fallon at his funeral.Read
More than 100 Scottish posts are to be lost under plans announced by Lloyds Banking Group.Read
A missing businesswoman owed thousands of pounds to well-known criminals, according to a man who denies murdering her, a court has heard.Read
Some homeowners could face an annual council tax bill of up to £5,000 if they leave their property empty for more than a year, MSPs have heard.Read
Restaurant chain McDonald's is creating about 200 new jobs in Scotland this year, the firm has announced.Read
David Cameron's European Union referendum speech has "completely changed" the debate in Scotland ahead of the 2014 independence referendum, according to First Minister Alex Salmond.Read
Benefits sanctions are trapping people in jobs where they are unable to work enough hours to make ends meet, MSPs have been told.Read
A missing businesswoman had her kneecaps broken with a golf club during a torture session, a murder trial has heard.Read
Forensic experts have constructed a life-size model of the face of national poet Robert Burns "in his full living glory" for a TV documentary.Read
Two men have appeared in court in connection with a haul of cannabis recovered by police worth almost half a million pounds.Read
Scotland has seen another big fall in unemployment, with the latest figures showing the jobless total fell by 14,000.Read
Around 300 jobs are to be axed at regional airline Flybe as it battles to slash costs by £35 million to stem losses.Read
Housing associations have called on the Scottish Government to increase funding to cut fuel poverty and bring down carbon emissions.Read
A Government review will provide "credible" alternatives to the like-for-like replacement of Trident, a Cabinet minister has said.Read
Fresh snow has fallen across many parts of the UK overnight, continuing a week of disruption to schools, airports and traffic networks.Read
The Scottish Government should create a post-graduate apprenticeship scheme to address underemployment among university leavers, according to the National Union of Students (NUS).Read
Calls to the medical advice service NHS 24 in Scotland will be free from summer next year, Health Secretary Alex Neil has announced.Read
Mental illness has become the drug industry's golden goose, a GP claimed as he cautioned against over-use of antidepressants.Read
The economy is "bumping along the bottom of a recession" rather than undergoing a real recovery, a new study has suggested.Read
Almost one billion children will be trapped in poverty by hunger and malnutrition by 2025 unless action is taken, a new campaign has warned.Read
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