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A government investigation should be held into a bacteria outbreak at a children’s hospital after it caused treatment delays for child cancer patients, Scottish Labour has said.
Thieves have used a forklift truck to pull a cash machine from the wall of a convenience store.
Nicola Sturgeon has come under fire on education, after her government lost a vote on controversial assessments for P1 pupils.
Nicola Sturgeon has said fracking protesters should not be considered “domestic extremists” after police labelling them as such was raised at First Minister’s Questions.
A motorcyclist who died after a crash with a waste disposal vehicle has been named.
Glasgow School of Art (GSA) management will be asked to give evidence to MSPs after a Holyrood committee heard of systemic management failures on fire risk.
A new national hub to support town “improvement districts” has been launched in the capital.
Cutting the speed limit to 20mph in Scotland’s towns and cities could result in up to 755 fewer injuries a year – with savings of up to almost £40 million possible, according to new research.
An arrest has been made in connection with the death of a man in a wood behind a Lidl store.
A man has died following a fire at a house in a village.
Thousands of people are still without power as clear-up operations continue in the wake of Storm Ali.
Extending the timetable for Brexit negotiations must remain on the table if the UK is to “avoid an economic cliff edge”, Nicola Sturgeon has warned.
A new survey has today revealed the top reasons why Scots leave the lights on in empty rooms.
The Scottish Government’s pledge for superfast broadband coverage across Scotland by 2021 will be “difficult” to deliver, a public finance watchdog has warned.
Small business confidence has dropped sharply and Scottish businesses are among the most concerned in the UK about a no-deal Brexit, new figures show.
A think tank has warned skills system reform is needed to deal with a forecast gap of more than 400,000 workers by 2030.
Views are being sought to help shape a 10-year strategy on the future of Scotland’s forests.
Heavy rain and strong winds are set to once again batter parts of the British Isles, after two people were killed as the first named storm of the season brought with it gusts of 102mph.
Scotland was battered by winds of more than 100mph as Storm Ali swept in and left about 70,000 homes without power, with major disruption to the travel network.
A man has died after being injured at a car dealership in Aberdeen.
A man has appeared in court charged with murder after the death of another man in Glasgow.
MSPs have narrowly voted in favour of halting national assessments for P1 pupils – with Education Secretary John Swinney now facing calls to respect the will of Parliament and ditch the controversial tests.
Two people have died as Storm Ali swept across the UK and Ireland, bringing wind speeds of more than 100mph.
Uber Eats has said a message asking couriers to work in severe weather conditions was sent accidentally.
An HIV charity has been saved from closure following a Scottish Government funding u-turn.
More than 70,000 homes have been without power as Storm Ali continues to cause major disruption across Scotland.
V&A Dundee has closed to new visitors after ferocious Storm Ali wind swept people off their feet outside.
A 78-year-old woman has died in hospital after being hit by a car as she crossed the road.
A woman has died after the caravan she was in was blown off a cliff in Storm Ali, which has brought gusts of more than 90mph.
Four men who admitted being involved in supplying more than £1.72 million worth of drugs have been jailed.