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Academic researchers in Scotland will receive nearly £14 million from government grants and a commitment from universities to match the funding.Read
The Flag of Europe outside the Scottish Parliament has been replaced after it was spotted flying with just 11 stars.Read
The new bridge over the Firth of Forth will be officially sanctioned by MSPs in a vote.Read
A father whose toddler son was killed by a gunman with an illegal weapon will be presented with a letter of thanks from the UK Government, recognising his campaigning efforts.Read
A teenager had to be rescued by the fire service after falling down a chimney.Read
Two-fifths of a half-billion-pound public sector pay-off fund was shared by just 1,200 high earners, the spending watchdog has found.Read
The grieving family of a boy who died following a crash between his bike and a mobile crane have paid tribute to their much-loved "ray of sunshine".Read
The first concert announced for new £125 million Glasgow venue The Hydro is to be delayed, operators have confirmed.Read
A teenager who died on a school bus trip might have survived if she had worn a seatbelt and the driver had travelled slower, an inquiry has found.Read
The wife of a serviceman killed by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan has told mourners at his funeral he will live on through their unborn son.Read
Farmers hit by extreme weather can seek financial assistance from a £6 million government fund, Rural Affairs Secretary Richard Lochhead has announced.Read
A suggestion that the number of councils be cut as part of the reform of public services has been dismissed by the Scottish Government.Read
Friends, family and soldiers have gathered in Midlothian for the funeral of one of three servicemen killed by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan.Read
MP Eric Joyce is facing breach of the peace charges following an incident at Edinburgh Airport.Read
Two men have admitted taking part in a million-pound armed robbery at a jewellery shop, police said.Read
Campaigners for a nurse convicted of murdering four patients claim new evidence has emerged that challenges his conviction.Read
The independent commission set up in the wake of the baby ashes scandal has called for the views of bereaved parents, cremation staff and others to be submitted.Read
Plans for the world's largest commercial wave energy farm have been given the go-ahead.Read
As fashion designs go, some might say it is just offal.Read
Cutting the number of councils and health boards across Scotland could lead to better services and reduced costs, a senior police officer has suggested.Read
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