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A large relief sculpture has been created to mark links between Aberdeen and the Spanish Civil War.
Some of Scotland’s main political parties have revealed their candidate lists for the European Parliament elections.
Health Secretary Jeane Freeman has been urged to ensure an internal report on treatment at a mental health unit is published in full.
Stunt biker Danny MacAskill has said he still finds it “unbelievable” that posting a video online 10 years ago triggered his global stardom.
A new exhibition exploring the cultural importance of video games opens at the V&A Dundee this weekend.
A man has been charged with attempted murder following a mass brawl in Glasgow city centre.
A motorcyclist has died after crashing into a fence in East Ayrshire.
Sports Direct owner Mike Ashley and bosses at Rangers Football Club are waiting for a judge’s ruling on the latest round of a long-running High Court fight over merchandise sales.
A sixth person has been arrested following a brawl in Glasgow city centre.
Almost 30 people have been charged after a police crackdown on “money mules” who keep cash in their bank accounts for criminals.
Scotland must unite to stand against transphobia to ensure everyone feels safe, secure and accepted, the equalities secretary has said.
There was no smell of fuel or any evidence of a leak at the scene of a helicopter crash in which 10 people were killed, an expert has said.
The SNP leader of Scotland’s largest council has been accused of promoting a “hostile environment” by a councillor who has left the party in protest.
An ATM has been stolen from a bank branch by a gang who used a car to pull it from the building.
Monkeys have been enjoying Easter treats at their safari park home.
Police have confirmed that the discovery of a suspicious package near the Sullom Voe oil and gas terminal was a “false alarm”.
The five early signs of the potentially fatal condition sepsis will be highlighted in a new campaign.
A woman is facing court accused of being behind the wheel while almost seven times over the Scottish drink-drive limit.
A £31.5 million bypass project on the A77 could employ up to 165 people, the Government has said.
Recommendations have been made to police over their handling of missing person reports after a review concluded officers delayed visiting the home of a man who was later found dead.
A 14-year-old boy was taken to hospital after he was hit by a bus in Glasgow.
Motorsport events will be able to take place on public roads again after new regulations came into force.
National assessments for primary pupils will be reformed following feedback from teachers, Education Secretary John Swinney has said.
Residents on the street where Trainspotting 2 star Bradley Welsh was shot dead have spoken of their shock.
Members of the public are being encouraged to anonymously report damage to Scotland’s historic buildings and monuments as a new group is launched to tackle heritage crime.
The number of full-time staff working at colleges in Scotland fell by 13.5% in just over a decade, according to analysis by Scottish Labour.
The prospect of a no-deal Brexit has taken its toll on the confidence of Scottish businesses, a report has warned.
Police are investigating a “suspicious” death in Edinburgh’s West End.
Police have been called to Edinburgh’s West End after reports of a disturbance.
A man who attacked a pensioner with dementia in her own home is believed to have fled the scene with a garden parasol, police have said.