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Families on low incomes can apply for a new pregnancy and baby grant from December 10, the Scottish Government has announced.
Two armed attackers have assaulted an elderly woman and her son in their home in a possible case of mistaken identity.
The Scottish Government has announced it will back proposals to ban the mechanical harvesting of kelp in Scotland’s waters.
Tougher restrictions on the use of home detention curfews (HDC) have resulted in a significant drop in the number or prisoners being freed from jail on electronic tags.
A TV watershed for alcohol adverts and compulsory health labelling on products could be brought in under Scottish Government plans.
Celtic matches and spending by supporters contributes £165 million to the Scottish economy, according to a study.
Teachers could be balloted on industrial action in the row over pay, a union has warned.
The current system of intergovernmental relations between the devolved administrations and the UK is “not fit for purpose” and should be changed, MPs have heard.
Families are being encouraged to have conversations about organ donation as the Scottish Government considers a Bill that would presume people’s consent for having a transplant.
Cash for family health services fell in real terms last year despite overall spending on the NHS topping more than £12 billion in Scotland.
More than 23,000 Scots were taken to hospital because of their drinking last year, with people from the most deprived areas seven times more likely to need help than those in the most affluent.
Efforts to trace a teenager who has been missing since the weekend have found he got off a bus in an Aberdeenshire village.
Power has been restored to 999 services which went down across “significant” parts of eastern Scotland.
A new survey has shown 60% of people in Scotland would vote to remain in the UK in a referendum.
A skip truck driver is in a serious condition in hospital after crashing into a bridge and another vehicle.
Extra police patrols have been put in place after 999 services went down across “significant” parts of eastern Scotland.
Five children were among those rescued from a burning block of flats by firefighters.
The daughter of a man who died with pancreatic cancer after months of delays in his treatment has called for waiting times to be cut to help fight the disease.
A charity helping abused children has launched a campaign to fight childhood trauma brought on by neglect.
Cuts to environmental health departments are putting the public at “high risk of harm”, according to a new report.
Scotland’s First Minister has warned that Brexit must not be a “false choice” between the deal Theresa May has presented and no deal.
People living in deprived areas are at higher risk of premature death due to unhealthy habits such as long hours watching television, according to a study.
Around 35 firefighters are tackling a blaze at an old primary school in Inverkeithing.
Police searching for an Aberdeen teenager who has not been seen for two days have released CCTV footage of him.
The Scottish Secretary has indicated he could quit if the UK remains tied to EU fishing policies and quotas until 2022.
Craig Gordon slept under the stars at Celtic Park on Saturday as he joined more than 100 supporters to raise money for charity.
Minimum unit pricing (MUP) for alcohol should be implemented in all parts of the UK and extended across Europe, a health expert has suggested.
A major trauma centre to treat the most seriously injured patients in the east of Scotland has been opened by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.
A man has been arrested in connection with a suspicious fatal fire.
A cancer sufferer who was stuck on an island in the Indian Ocean has died despite efforts to return home to Scotland for treatment.