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Banning the mechanical harvesting of kelp would send a “chilling” message to science companies in Scotland, industry leaders have warned.
A no-deal Brexit would be “catastrophic” for Scotland, according to David Mundell.
Scotland’s First Minister believes there is a potential Commons majority for remaining in the single market and customs union.
Police are investigating a suspicious fire that tore through a historic hotel building.
Anglers are being urged to help save a critically endangered fish by taking photographs of any caught.
Pupils will be taught Scots to see if it can help improve attainment.
A resident has died after a fire in a flat, which police are treating as suspicious.
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Nicola Sturgeon will reiterate her call for the UK to remain part of the single market and customs union when she addresses an economic forum later.
A new study suggests people living in cold climates with less sunlight are more likely to drink heavily.
Scotland could lose out on a £300 million industry if MSPs vote to ban the industrial harvesting of kelp in its waters, company bosses have claimed.
Shoppers at more than 230 stores across Scotland will be able to use compostable carriers from this week as part of the Co-op’s move to ditch single-use plastic.
More than 500 safety events have been recorded at the home of the UK’s nuclear deterrent since 2006, the MoD has revealed.
A motorcyclist is in a critical condition in hospital following a road crash.
A 50-year-old man suffered a serious head injury when he was knocked to the ground outside a bar, police have said.
Deputy First Minister John Swinney is to promote Scottish trade and investment on a trip to India.
Nicola Sturgeon has said SNP MPs will vote against the Prime Minister’s EU withdrawal plan, and she hopes to sit down this week with Labour and others to formulate an alternative.
Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard has said the turmoil of Brexit would be nothing compared with that of Scotland leaving the UK.
A medical bag was stolen from ambulance workers as they responded to a call-out, in what police described as a “despicable” act.
The number of solicitors withdrawing from legal aid schemes in police stations has quadrupled in three years, according to figures.
Tighter controls on the use of fireworks will be considered as part of a government consultation next year.
Brexit in any form is likely to reduce economic growth, Scotland’s First Minister is to tell a forum in Dundee.
One person has died after a house fire in Livingston. The blaze broke out at the property in the West Lothian town in the early hours of Saturday. Police said a joint inquiry into the cause of the blaze, in the Knightsridge area, is being carried out with the fire service.
Scottish Secretary David Mundell has pledged his support for Theresa May amid what he called an “unprecedented onslaught” by her critics.
Union bosses are calling for jobs and newspaper titles to be protected as publisher Johnston Press enters administration.
A man has been seriously hurt in a knife attack in Renfrewshire.
A second teenager has died following a fatal car crash in Fife.
Hundreds of giant lanterns inspired by mythical creatures from Scottish and Chinese folklore have been placed around Edinburgh Zoo to create a “winter wonderland”.
Scotland will not be “blackmailed into a bad deal” when leaving the EU, according to the External Affairs Secretary.
A woman has been rescued from a burning building by firefighters in Dundee.