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A police officer has suffered serious injuries after a crash in Fife.
Eric Trump has branded Patrick Harvie “an irrelevant and spineless politician” after the Scottish Greens leader suggested US President Donald Trump could be involved in money laundering.
The Scottish Conservatives have accused the Greens of being “played like a fiddle” during budget negotiations with the Scottish Government.
The chairman of a review into abuse in Scottish football has said his report includes no reference to liability on any clubs.
The partner of Motherwell FC’s manager has told a court she sparked an incident where he was charged with assaulting her by “acting like a bit of an idiot”.
Schools have been issued with advice on coronavirus by Health Protection Scotland (HPS).
An extra £20 million in Scottish Government funding will be made available for drug rehabilitation and mental health support for addicts, the public health minister has announced.
A police vehicle has been involved in a crash in Fife.
The partner of Motherwell FC manager Stephen Robinson wrote to prosecutors saying he should not have been charged with assaulting her, a court has heard.
Nicola Sturgeon has been urged to take legal action to force US President Donald Trump to reveal how he could afford his Scottish golf resorts, amid concerns about possible money laundering.
A UK Government minister has proposed a cross-border policing round-table between English forces and Police Scotland to tackle the drug trade’s “business model”.
Documents published on the budget deal struck between the SNP and Scottish Greens “only partially answer” how it will be funded, according to a new analysis.
Nicola Sturgeon has been challenged to “rip up” a Scottish Government agreement on Heathrow expansion after a court ruled a third runway was unlawful.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has been urged to intervene and order Scotland’s largest health board to halt plans to suspend several out-of-hours care centres.
The availability of some drugs on Britain’s streets is almost as easy as getting a pizza, it has been claimed.
Nicola Sturgeon has defended the Scottish Government’s record on education as she denied there was a lack of transparency in the publication of an analysis of exam results.
A Highlands MSP has announced she is quitting Holyrood after next year’s election and called for parliament bosses to introduce remote voting and video meetings.
Police Scotland could cut officer numbers after 2020, Chief Constable Iain Livingstone has told MSPs.
Michael Gove echoed Dad’s Army as he told the SNP “they don’t like it up ‘em” as he accused their MPs of being “nationalists” intent on “smashing up the United Kingdom”.
Firefighters have tackled a blaze at a city centre flat.
Health Secretary Jeane Freeman has increased her security after a man was charged with making violent threats towards her.
Rioting similar to the yellow vests protests in France could happen in Scotland if measures to cut emissions are not seen to be fair, ministers have been warned.
A man has admitted pointing a loaded gun at bouncers outside a bar on a busy centre street just before Christmas.
The UK Government has had “limited success” in stopping a drugs market that costs society over £19 billion a year, according to a new report.
Safe consumption rooms, which have been suggested to tackle Scotland’s drug problem, have been described as a “distraction” by a UK Government minister.
Two people have been airlifted to hospital after one was caught in an avalanche and another fell on a mountain nearby.
The first debate on the Scottish budget will take place on Thursday afternoon, following the announcement of a deal between the SNP and the Scottish Greens.
University researchers believe they have developed new technology to help stop passengers losing internet connections on trains.
The Scottish Government has announced a new fund aimed at tackling gender-based violence.
Significant financial pressures are putting health and social care services in Fife in jeopardy, a watchdog has warned.