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Almost a quarter of schools are below satisfactory condition, figures have revealed.Read
Almost a third of men and a fifth of women are drinking more than their recommended amount of alcohol every week, a Scottish Government survey has shown.Read
The cost of prescriptions to the NHS in Scotland has increased to £1.07 billion, according to new figures.Read
More than a third of boys are now overweight, a Government survey has found.Read
Scottish ministers plan go to the Copenhagen climate change summit despite not being part of the UK delegation, MSPs heard.Read
Members of a pub lottery syndicate which won £4.5 million are set to celebrate their win.Read
The body of a "true hero" who won the Military Cross for saving comrades from a Taliban ambush, is to be returned to Britain.Read
A police investigation has been launched into allegations of match-fixing following a Scottish Cup football match, it has been confirmed.Read
The number of babies born by Caesarean surgery in Scotland has trebled in just over 30 years, figures have revealed.Read
The number of drug users waiting more than a year before they are assessed for treatment has decreased.Read
Crime in Scotland has dropped to its lowest level in almost 30 years, official figures have shown.Read
A referendum on Scottish independence could be considered by Labour "at some point in the future." Scots Secretary Jim Murphy said.Read
A committee of MSPs will set out the remit of an inquiry into the release of Lockerbie bomber.Read
The man convicted of the "limbs-in-the-loch" murder of a teenager will begin an appeal to clear his name.Read
Mathematicians at the University of Dundee have been awarded a European grant of about £1.5 million to develop a computer model showing how cancer grows.Read
A pioneering philanthropist who died more than a century ago is to make history this week as legislation makes its way through the Scottish Parliament in the name of the charity she set up.Read
A brewer criticised for making what it claimed is Britain's strongest beer has unveiled an ale with a 1.1% alcohol content.Read
The introduction of a minimum price for alcohol can help to save the nation almost £1 billion, according to new research.Read
The first group of schools to benefit from more than £1 billion of funding have been announced by Education Secretary Fiona Hyslop.Read
A former German SS prisoner of war is planning to leave a fortune to a Scottish community where he was held captive during the Second World War.Read
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