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Record levels have been reached of Scottish 18-year-olds from deprived areas going to university, according to official figures.
Activity in the housing market is "subdued" in the run up to Christmas although experts expect sales to pick up over the next few months, according to a report.
A "miracle dog" has survived a 30ft plunge into a rocky riverbed after leaping off a bridge in Glasgow.
Anti-rape apps create a "climate of fear" where responsibility for gathering evidence of a sexual assault is pushed on to victims, according to a new study.
The face of a 17th century Scottish prisoner of war who died after being captured by Cromwell's troops has been revealed using the latest digital technology.
Hundreds of isolated older people in Glasgow are among those who will share in almost £2 million of National Lottery funding.
MSPs have agreed to remove a deadline for key legislation for the Scottish Government's controversial named person policy.
Eight offenders have been jailed after drones were used to smuggle cannabis and mobile phones into prisons in England and Scotland.
Firefighters have dealt with a chemical leak from a delivery van in a hospital car park.
Theresa May should summon Royal Bank of Scotland chief executive Ross McEwan and tell him a recent decision over branch closures is unacceptable, the SNP has said.
Nicola Sturgeon has said investing in innovation to increase productivity will be a key focus of the Scottish Budget.
The Scottish Government should consider increasing the number of funded places in higher education to help boost access for poorer students, a new report has said.
The small Scottish company which made the bag Meghan Markle carried on her first royal engagement has seen its website traffic soar 5000% as a result.
Unemployment in Scotland has increased to 114,000 at the same time as the number of people in work across the country has fallen.
Fishing quota talks have produced a "strong result" for Scotland's fishermen, the Rural Economy secretary has said, as a new deal was struck in Brussels which will allow the fleet to catch more of several key stock, including cod and haddock.
A primary school has been closed for the day after around 60 firefighters tackled a blaze there overnight.
A Beatles box set gifted by Sir Paul McCartney is to be auctioned to raise funds for two Scottish families affected by the Manchester Arena attack.
Whisky is set to flow again at the first recorded distillery in Scotland after production returned to the site more than 500 years on from when the first dram was bottled.
SNP ministers have "absolutely no mandate" to increase the basic rate of income tax, the Tories have said.
Scotland's most senior midwife has called for every baby to be born free from the effects of smoke following figures showing smoking in pregnancy has fallen to the lowest level on record.
Around 120,000 older Scots could be living with undiagnosed mental health conditions caused by loneliness and isolation, charities have warned.
Burial charges across Scotland have increased by more than £250 on average since 2014.
Black Friday was not enough to boost November's Scottish retail sales, which were down on the previous year, according to new figures.
Residents of a Scottish community are resigned to living side by side with bed bugs, according to an academic.
Putting income tax for top earners up to 50p in Scotland alone could see the change raise only a few million in extra revenue or even result in a loss of cash for the Scottish Government, a new report has warned.
More than 20,000 pre-paid meals were bought for homeless people within 10 hours of a festive campaign being launched.
Scotland's care sector needs an extra £1 billion of funding, MSPs have heard.
A young boy at an orphanage in the 1960s did not die as a result of an attack by a nun, an inquiry has been told.
The NHS continues to miss key cancer waiting times, as new figures showed a third of patients in one health board area had to wait more than two months for treatment to get underway.
Property prices in Scotland have continued to rise year-on-year, according to the latest monthly UK House Price Index (HPI).