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A beach and harbour area have been closed off after a suspected oil spill in Fife.
MSPs have passed the Scottish Government’s proposals on income tax rates for the coming financial year by 61 votes to 52.
The death of a woman who is believed to have fallen from a tower block in Glasgow is being treated as suspicious.
Having an attentive partner can significantly improve your long-term health and even life expectancy, new research suggests.
Scotland’s economic growth in 2018 was the second-highest of any UK region, with only London growing more, according to academic estimates.
A no-deal Brexit could see unemployment north of the border increase by about 100,000, Scotland’s Constitutional Relations Secretary has told MSPs.
Police are appealing for information about a vehicle which they believe was used during a shooting in Glasgow.
Lawyers representing Rangers Football Club and Sports Direct boss Mike Ashley are waiting for a judge to make decisions on the latest stage of a High Court dispute centred on merchandise deals.
A teenager accused of raping and murdering six-year-old Alesha MacPhail has told a court he would “never do something like that”.
A teenager accused of raping and murdering a six-year-old girl claims he lost his clothes in the sea after a court heard his DNA was recovered from the waistband of jogging trousers found on the shore.
House building in Scotland has fallen behind England because of different planning policies, MSPs have been told.
DNA matching a teenage boy accused of raping and murdering a six-year-old girl was found on her body and clothes, a court has heard.
People who use prescription medication will be reminded to ensure it does not impair their ability to drive, as a move to crack down on drug-driving is considered by MSPs.
More than 500 patients spent more than eight hours in A&E in the first full week of February – with 139 patients there for 12 hours or more.
A new response system for the Scottish Ambulance Service (SAS) has saved 1,182 more patients in the first year since it was launched, according to an evaluation.
The unemployment rate in Scotland has dropped to a record low of 3.5% according to figures published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Nicola Sturgeon has accused critics of her international trips of “the worst possible parochialism and provincialism”.
More than a quarter of females have missed either work or school because of period poverty, a new survey has revealed.
The UK Government’s aim to end freedom of movement after Brexit is a “self-defeating” measure, according to Nicola Sturgeon.
Education Secretary John Swinney has congratulated Renfrewshire Council on its progress in narrowing the attainment gap in its schools.
Changes to income tax in Scotland will help to protect low and middle-income earners, according to Finance Secretary Derek Mackay.
A new zero-tolerance limit for drug-driving and the introduction of roadside testing is to be considered by MSPs.
Nicola Sturgeon has officially opened the Scottish Government’s hub office in Paris.
Warm weekend weather will see temperatures rise to near record levels for February, the Met Office has said.
People in Scotland are being asked to give their views on proposals to boost the provision of sanitary facilities for disabled people.
A pensioner had her clothing and jewellery – including her wedding ring – stolen from her while she was out walking in South Lanarkshire.
Global targets to limit climate change are unlikely to be met due to delays in changing the way people use land, according to new research.
A murder inquiry has been launched after the body of a man was found in a burning vehicle.
Three police officers were justified in using Tasers in three separate incidents last June and July, the Police Investigations and Review Commissioner (Pirc) has found.
A man who carried out a £180,000 VAT tax fraud to repay money he had previously made as a forger has been jailed for more than two years.