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Tributes have been paid following the "tragic loss" of an 18-year-old who died of pneumonia after suffering from flu.
The 188 men who died when two warships ran ashore in a snowstorm exactly a century ago have been remembered at a ceremony in Orkney.
The chief executive of a new body set up to boost growth in the financial technology sector has been named.
Thirteen employers have signed up for a return to work programme to help women back into the financial services industry after a career break.
The flu rate in Scotland for the first week of 2018 was four times higher than the same week last year.
A man has been jailed for six months for "recklessly" setting off fireworks in a busy street.
A coroner is seeking to trace relatives of serial killer Robert Black to establish if they want to participate in his inquest.
The sister of a young boy who died at an orphanage has told an abuse inquiry he was buried without a headstone - despite a pledge from staff they would pay for one.
Ruth Davidson has called on the First Minister to stop cutting hospital beds while Scotland is in the midst of a "flu crisis".
Nicola Sturgeon has criticised the UK Government for a lack of urgency on tackling the scourge of plastic pollution.
A teenage girl has been left traumatised after she was raped in the early hours of New Year's Day, police said.
Scotland women's football star Lisa Evans is to take part in an online reality show designed to give youngsters a glimpse of life as a professional player.
Edinburgh and Glasgow airports have recorded their busiest year, according to the latest passenger figures.
A motorist needed hospital treatment after he was attacked by four men armed with knives.
The number of people studying education at Scottish universities increased by almost 10% over a year, according to new figures.
Taxpayers should be legally required to notify a change of address to close a "gap" following the devolution of income tax powers, MSPs have heard.
A portrait of former SNP MP Winnie Ewing should be hung in the House of Commons, MPs have heard.
The sale and manufacture of plastic cotton buds is to be outlawed in Scotland as part of moves to tackle marine litter, the Scottish Government has announced.
Calls have been made for a review of the Scottish Police Authority after the watchdog apparently ruled Phil Gormley could return to work without informing Police Scotland or the body investigating allegations against the Chief Constable.
More than 80% of independent home care services are concerned about being able to survive this year, a new survey has found.
There needs to be a "large-scale systemic change" to tackle Scotland's obesity problem, according to a report.
The Scottish Government is due to set out its apprenticeships target for 2018/19.
Adding a blood test alongside a brain scan could help pinpoint the cause of one of the deadliest forms of stroke , research suggests.
A Scots saxophonist has been announced as the winner of a prestigious jazz award.
A target to cut youth unemployment in Scotland has been met four years ahead of schedule, a report has revealed.
The scheme for charging court fees in Scotland could be "illegal", a group of senior lawyers has suggested.
The inaugural multi-sport European Championships will provide the "perfect opportunity" to build on the legacy of the 2014 Commonwealth Games, Sport Minister Aileen Campbell has told MSPs.
Scotland's top law officer has said the Crown Office is still examining whether or not criminal proceedings will be taken forward regarding a couple who died following a crash on the M9 and a man who died in police custody.
Winter pressures on the health service have highlighted a lack of funding and solutions required to make the NHS sustainable in the long term , doctors have said.
Scotland's new income tax system could help attract people to the country, the Finance Secretary has claimed.