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A man who died in an industrial accident at a sawmill has been named.Read
Tanker drivers at Scotland's only oil refinery have called off strike action after a dispute over pay and pensions was resolved.Read
Mobile phone records link a man accused of torturing and killing a financial adviser to the DIY store where he allegedly bought items to clear up after the crime, a court has been told.Read
Taxpayer-backed Royal Bank of Scotland reports annual figures on Thursday after a year of scandal and amid mounting political pressure over its recovery plans.Read
Tributes have poured in for the British victims of a hot air balloon crash in Egypt in which 19 people were killed.Read
A leading economist has voiced his concerns about university tuition fees in England.Read
The Archbishop of Glasgow has been named temporary successor to Cardinal Keith O'Brien following his resignation.Read
The UK Government has hailed an EU agreement to introduce a blanket ban on dumping dead fish back in the sea.Read
The Scottish Government will consider if companies taking on public sector contracts should be banned from using zero-hours contracts for their staff.Read
A 40-year-old man has died after being caught in machinery at a sawmill.Read
A scheme which offers a guaranteed place in training or education for teenagers has been extended to include vulnerable young people aged up to 24.Read
Funding to create an extra 850 university postgraduate places every year has been announced.Read
Personal injury claims could be heard in a new specialist court under plans to restructure the civil justice system.Read
Companies engaged in tax avoidance may be barred from bidding to maintain the new Forth road bridge, according to Transport Scotland.Read
A woman has been raped as she walked her dog in the early hours of the morning.Read
A severely emaciated dog described as a "walking skeleton" has shocked police and animal welfare inspectors.Read
Two Britons and a UK resident killed in a horrific balloon crash which left 19 people dead have been named.Read
Seventeen officers and four police staff are under investigation after emails said to be of a "racist and sexist nature" were circulated on a force's internal system.Read
A Nobel prize-winning economist is set to give evidence to the Scottish Parliament.Read
Three-fifths of people in Scotland believe those who are overweight should be denied NHS treatment if they ignore medical advice to slim, a survey found.Read
Island communities are set to benefit from almost £1 million of lottery funding to improve life in remote areas.Read
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