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A dinosaurs display described as the “most comprehensive exhibition ever mounted on tyrannosaurs” is to make its only European appearance in Scotland.
The first paediatric operating room in a refugee camp is to be build by a Scottish charity, it has been announced at the World Economic Forum.
Jess Phillips has endorsed Ian Murray as he bids to become Labour’s new deputy leader.
Scotland is coming under “unprecedented attack”, SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford has claimed as he clashed with the Prime Minister over Brexit and a second Scottish independence referendum.
Former first minister Alex Salmond has appeared in court accused of offences against 10 women, including attempted rape and a series of sexual assaults.
The UK is facing a constitutional crisis after each of the three devolved administrations voted against Brexit legislation, the SNP’s Westminster leader said.
Tesco Bank is creating 120 new jobs in Edinburgh and Newcastle as part of wider investment.
Former first minister Alex Salmond is set to appear in court later on Wednesday accused of offences against 10 women, including attempted rape and a series of sexual assaults.
A lifeboat crew faced 45mph winds and 20ft swell as they rescued a fishing vessel.
Nicola Sturgeon will issue an update on her next steps for independence within days after the Prime Minister’s refusal to allow a second referendum.
The powers of Brussels must be transferred to the UK’s regions to stop the country breaking up after Brexit, former prime minister Gordon Brown said.
A student aiming to be the youngest person to complete a solo trek to the South Pole plans to then help a young adventurer break his own record.
Prince Charles visited a project aiming to turn an art installation into blankets for homeless people.
The UK needs to change fundamentally to stop Scotland opting for independence, Labour former prime minister Gordon Brown will say.
Lord Robert Maclennan of Rogart, former leader of the Social Democrat Party, who also served as joint interim leader of the Liberal Democrats, has died.
More than 10,000 people gathered in Glasgow to watch a 10-metre high puppet parade through the city centre.
Richard Leonard has told Labour leadership contenders that the Scottish party will decide the position on independence.
A man has appeared in court charged with murdering his mother who was last seen 17 years ago.
Three brothers from Scotland have set a world record after rowing the Atlantic Ocean in just 35 days.
The makers of Line Of Duty and Bodyguard are set to bring new thriller Vigil to BBC One.
An investigation has identified an “industry-wide” issue of lorry drivers ignoring international regulations and putting lives at risk by staying in their cabs at sea.
Climate change activists have ended a 13-hour protest at the entrance to the headquarters of oil giant Shell in Aberdeen.
Outgoing Bank of England governor Mark Carney has been given a key role as an adviser to Boris Johnson for major UN climate talks in the UK this year.
Legal advice commissioned by a pro-independence group has suggested there are “good arguments” to be made for holding a second referendum without UK Government approval.
Labour deputy leadership candidate Ian Murray has said the party must listen to the public or become “a diminishing, perpetual opposition”.
Celtic Connections has returned to Glasgow, with the 2020 programme under way.
Campaigners have welcomed the Scottish Football Association’s move towards a ban on heading in the under-12s game.
A charity set up by the brother of a UK aid worker who was beheaded by terrorists has launched a poetry competition for school children to discuss unity.
Climate change activists have blocked the entrance to the headquarters of oil giant Shell in Aberdeen.
Scottish Labour’s only remaining MP is pledging to visit every corner of the UK to try to win back support for his party if he becomes deputy leader.