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Police launch an investigation following the death of a man after a disturbance in a street in Girvan, South Ayrshire.
Police investigate an unexplained death in the south side of Glasgow after the discovery of a woman's body.
Investigations are continuing into the cause of an explosion and fire at a flat in West Dunbartonshire.
Detectives appeal for information after a man robbed a bookmakers in Lanark.
The family of a "lovely" teenage girl who died after falling ill during a PE lesson praise school staff for "giving her a fighting chance".
A potentially dangerous restricted patient who was detained without limit of time is found after absconding for a second time in just over a year.
An elderly patient dies on a ward at a community hospital in Glasgow that has been affected by influenza B.
The Scottish nurse who survived Ebola says she has been left with permanent weakness in her leg and will probably never run again.
Spoons and brooches made from remnants of Glasgow School of Art's fire-damaged Mackintosh building are to be auctioned in New York next month.
A plane on approach to Glasgow Airport two months ago almost collided with a drone, a report by the UK Airprox Board says.
Scotland's urban areas, particularly around Glasgow, have the highest lung disease mortality rates in Britain, according to a new report.
Police attempt to trace a man who robbed a bookmakers in Blantyre, South Lanarkshire, while wearing a ski mask.
Five-a-side football company Goals Soccer Centres appoints a leading leisure industry figure to take the business forward.
Craig Samson, Craig Moore and David Ferguson sign contract extensions with Motherwell.
Hamilton Accies extend Spanish defender Jesus Garcia Tena's contract for another season.
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Scotman
For the first time in more than a dozen years at the helm of the Institute of Directors (IoD) in Scotland, David Watt has a dedicated desk in his own office, rather than sharing space or working from home. His digs are part of the group’s newly opened flagship premises in Edinburgh, just a few doors down from the First Minister’s residence on the north side of Charlotte Square.1
HUNDREDS gathered to mark the centenary of the largest naval battle of the First World War at the beginning of a week of commemorative events.1
POLICE are treating the death of a woman in a Glasgow street as unexplained.1
AYR United Football Club has been branded ‘sexist’ after launching their new kit with a body-painted topless female model.1
TWO people are being treated in hospital after an “explosion” at a flat in West Dunbartonshire.1
GLASGOW City Council leader Frank McAveety has declared staying in Europe is in both the city and the UK’s best interests.1
A major commemorative event marking the centenary of the largest naval battle of the First World War is being held in Orkney next week.1
The grandmother of a 14-year-old girl who died after falling ill during a PE lesson has praised school staff for “giving her a fighting chance”.1
Paisley Abbey, the 12th century “Cradle of the Royal Stewarts” may be expanded with a visitor centre to transform it into a major international tourist attraction as the Kirk considers ways of generating income to maintain properties, especially listed buildings such as the abbey.1
The leader of the SNP group at Westminster Angus Robertson yesterday had good reason to say Yes.1
Voters in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland are likely to choose to remain in the European Union, if the latest opinion polls are correct.1
WITH the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2016 having received Royal Assent it is important to understand the magnitude of the amendment in relation to the assignation of farm tenancies.1
Smartphone hacking now poses the biggest cyber security threat to business with SMS-based attacks and ‘evesdropping’ of data and calls among the key risks, business leaders in Scotland have been warned.1
ScotRail owner Abellio has been accused of planning to draft in a “scab army” if train conductors strike next month over plans to downgrade their roles.1
SCOTLAND’S digital technologies industry is going through a purple patch and the career opportunities available to our young people are immense.1