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A cyclist has died after a crash with a van in Dumfries.
Four new medicines have been approved for use by NHS Scotland for severe asthma, migraines, heart failure and bone marrow cancer.
The UK Government has confirmed it is taking Holyrood to the Supreme Court over a Bill that aimed to enshrine UN children's rights in Scotland.
Less serious criminal cases are to fully resume in Scotland’s courts after more than three months of suspension owing to lockdown.
Public urged to avoid Dalwhinnie rail crossing after train derailment which closed Perth to Inverness route
Dalwhinnie residents have been urged to avoid the railway line at Ben Alder as Network Rail engineers are working to repair the line following a derailment.
Scotland has recorded its lowest number of daily Covid-19 cases in almost seven months.
Alex Salmond has said the SNP are showing a “lack of urgency” over Scottish independence.
Organisers hope the Rewind Festival will get the go-ahead and they will be able to welcome music lovers to Scone Palace in July.
The coldest April night in eight years was recorded in the Highlands overnight, with freezing conditions expected to continue this week.
The Scottish Greens have pledged to scrap homework for primary school pupils.
A cyclist has died in a crash with a van on a rural road in Dumfries and Galloway.
Nicola Sturgeon has said the nation owes a debt of gratitude to "fiercely intelligent" Prince Philip as she led tributes to him from Holyrood.
Political parties are being urged to send a “very strong message” to businesses by including plans for a four-day working week in their election manifestos.
The makers of Come Dine With Me are appealing for prospective contestants to apply for the show as they prepare to resume filming.
With the Covid-19 vaccination programme now under way, we've put together a collection of Covid vaccine tracker charts to monitor the progress of the Covid-19 vaccine rollout across the UK.
We’ve put together some regularly updating charts and maps showing the demographic information available on the people affected by the coronavirus pandemic in Scotland.
Nicola Sturgeon says Boris Johnson will not stand in way of independence referendum if SNP wins a majority
Nicola Sturgeon has claimed Boris Johnson will not oppose a second independence referendum if the SNP wins a majority at the Holyrood elections.
The Highland Mainline railway line between Inverness and Perth remains shut today following a train derailment at the weekend.
Secondary school pupils return to full-time in-person learning in latest easing of Covid restrictions
The majority of secondary school pupils across Moray, Aberdeen, Shetland, and the Western Isles are returning to full-time, in-person learning today.
Immigration is not a “fix-all” and politicians should also focus on retaining and improving the skills of the existing population when developing immigration policy, according to a new report.
Scotland’s economy grew last month for the first time since September although economic activity lags behind most parts of the United Kingdom, new figures suggest.
A lack of job opportunities in the rural north is being blamed for forcing graduates away from the region.
A 24-year-old man is in hospital with serious injuries after falling at a beauty spot made famous by the TV series Outlander.
The Scottish Labour Party has moved to distance itself from a Dundee candidate who made social media comments about the party's reaction to the death of Prince Philip.
A man was robbed of his bike at knifepoint by a gang of masked men.
The emergency services have been called to a beauty spot made famous by the TV series Outlander after a report of a person having fallen.
A former Labour first minister has said Scottish Labour should drop its “blanket opposition” to a second Scottish independence referendum, saying “it will happen sometime”.
Scotland has recorded 250 new cases of Covid-19 in the past 24 hours but no new deaths have been reported.
A further 250 people have tested positive for coronavirus across Scotland.
SNP minister accused of breaching rules over dinner with businessmen at centre of David Cameron lobbying scandal
An SNP minister’s unrecorded dinner with businessmen at the centre of the David Cameron lobbying scandal has sparked calls for an investigation into whether he broke the ministerial code.