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A £27 million recycling and resource facility in Aberdeen has been described as Scotland's "most advanced" by council chiefs.
Violence against staff in the public sector has reached "epidemic" proportions, a union has warned.
A woman who died at a property in Edinburgh will be "sorely missed", her family has said.
More than 10,000 baby boxes have now been delivered to new parents in Scotland.
A teenage girl could have come to serious harm in an incident condemned by police as an "act of utter stupidity".
Gary Tank Commander star Greg McHugh has revealed how he turned to a therapist after suffering from anxiety.
A young man has suffered serious facial injuries in an early-morning attack in Edinburgh.
Nicola Sturgeon has vowed to press on with plans to explore a citizen's income scheme for Scotland while acknowledging it "might turn out not to be feasible".
A pedestrian is in hospital with serious head injuries after being knocked down by a van.
A reluctance to call for a halt to Brexit has created a "huge hole" at the heart of Scottish politics, an EU expert has warned.
Police are to speak to motorists in a bid to trace a man who has been missing for three weeks.
A badger sneaked into a house and ate a pet cat's food before falling asleep in its bed.
BP chairman Carl-Henric Svanberg has announced plans to step down from the oil major. Mr Svanberg, who took up the role in January 2010, will remain until a successor can be found. He will chair the company’s annual general meeting (AGM) in May next year. For more on this story visit EnergyVoice.com
Three men have been arrested and £85,000 of drugs seized in a police raid.
An electric train has been tested on the main line between Edinburgh and Glasgow for the first time.
Police are hunting a gang of youths who left a man in hospital with a serious head injury.
Chris Grayling warned the SNP they "can't have their cake and eat it" after his Government was accused of carrying out "another great train robbery" in Scotland.
A 15-year-old girl who was knocked down and killed at a pedestrian crossing in South Lanarkshire has been named by police.
Care workers who cover sleepover shifts are to be paid the real living wage.
Northern Ireland football manager Michael O'Neill has been banned from the road and fined after pleading guilty to drink-driving.
Former England football captain Terry Butcher has said he is "devastated" after the death of his son Christopher aged 35.
Firefighters have visited more than 1,000 high-rise homes to offer reassurance and support following the Grenfell Tower tragedy.
The Tories have warned of "severe" consequences if out-of-hours GP shifts continue to go unfilled over the winter months.
Scotland's transport agency could find it "challenging" to provide ferry services that meet users needs within its budget in future years, despite spending having more than doubled in the last decade, public spending watchdogs have warned.
More than one million potholes were reported to councils last year, according to new research.
The owners of Loudoun Castle estate in Ayrshire are in talks with a major developer over a £450 million leisure, tourism and residential development for south west Scotland.
Hundreds of railway enthusiasts were left disappointed after a journey by Flying Scotsman was cancelled due to a fault.
Bosses at a cash-strapped health board have put on hold all planned, non-urgent operations for three weeks over the festive period.
A missing woman who left home as her family slept is believed to have travelled to London.
A woman who died at a property in Edinburgh has been identified by police.