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The pioneering work of James Watt will be celebrated by the University of Glasgow with a year of events marking 200 years since the engineer’s death.
An “historic and generation-defining failure” by the Conservatives on Brexit strengthens the case for Scottish independence, the SNP has claimed.
Prison officers in Scotland are exposed to “unnecessary risk” because the Scottish Government does not routinely provide body-worn cameras, the Scottish Conservatives have said.
Police were called to a school in Fife when 10 pupils fell ill after apparently taking tablets.
A 21-year-old woman has died after being struck by a car in East Renfrewshire.
A search is being scaled back for a man last seen two weeks ago on a beach in the north east.
The Scottish Government forecasts a 40% rise in the number of people able to get help with funeral costs when a new benefit payment is introduced this summer.
Police are trying to trace two women who helped the victim of an assault in Dundee.
A man has died after his van hit a parked lorry.
Pupils have been sent home for the day after a suspected chemical odour was noticed at their school.
Experts have been piecing together Dippy the dinosaur before he goes on public display on the only Scottish stop of his UK tour.
A dairy company has said one of its delivery drivers was involved in a road incident, as police continue to investigate the discovery of a man’s body on a city bypass.
A leading psychiatrist has been appointed to oversee an independent review of the mental health support services available to young people behind bars.
The wilful neglect of Lauren Wade by her mother Margaret Wade and partner Marie Sweeney has been described as one of the “most challenging” cases in the last 50 years of Scottish child protection.
A man who died following a five-vehicle crash has been named by police.
Snow flurries are forecast to hit parts of the UK after Britons shivered through the coldest night of the winter so far.
Lauren Wade should have been setting off for another day of school on Friday morning, but instead her parents Margaret Wade and Marie Sweeney were being jailed for neglect which led to her death.
The parents of a malnourished toddler who died have been jailed for more than six years after admitting neglect.
Original manuscripts of two Robert Burns poems will go on display in Glasgow on Burns Day.
Three women whose sister disappeared more than 40 years ago say they still hope her remains can be found so their family can be “complete again”.
A man has died following a five-vehicle crash.
Improvements to social housing in Glasgow has boosted Scotland’s economy by £2 billion, according to a report.
The UK will wake up to sub-zero temperatures as wintry conditions grip the country.
Gordon Brown said he had never seen the country more divided as he called for the Government to extend Article 50 by a year to consult people on Brexit and give the public the final say.
Gordon Brown has called for Britain’s Brexit deadline to be extended by a year, as he warned the country is now “more divided” than at the time of Margaret Thatcher’s poll tax.
The Scottish Labour party has defended itself after viewers noticed a promotional video was partially filmed in Wales.
An agreement in principle has been reached in a bid to bring an end to Glasgow’s long-running equal pay dispute.
An investigation has been launched after a body was found in the central reservation of the Edinburgh city bypass.
A council worker has died after being hit by a bin lorry in South Lanarkshire.
The Scottish Government is working on plans to reintroduce a procedure for removing blood clots from the brains of stoke victims.