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The deaths of three young children in an explosion are being treated as suspicious, police said.Read
Health secretary Nicola Sturgeon has held talks with union leaders and medical chiefs about looming job cuts in the NHS.Read
Three primary school children, two boys and a girl, have died in a suspected gas explosion in the Scottish capital.Read
A fraudster who was plunged into a political storm when Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon wrote a letter supporting him has been ordered to pay £53,000 under Proceeds of Crime legislation.Read
Alex Salmond has come under fire after claiming that the chance to play golf at one of Scotland's top courses was a factor in the decision to hold a meeting of his Cabinet in the area.Read
Police insist they will be targeting potential disorder throughout the new football season after three men were charged with breaching their banning orders.Read
Tens of thousands of pupils have successfully received their exam results, a day before the postal delivery.Read
Meat from a second offspring of a cloned cow has entered the food chain, the Food Standards Agency said.Read
Three people have died in a gas explosion in the Scottish capital, the ambulance service said.Read
A farmer whose bull entered the food chain despite being the offspring of a cloned cow insists he has done nothing wrong.Read
A controversial £300 million development in the Scottish capital is unlikely to ever go ahead as originally envisaged, it has been confirmed.Read
Tens of thousands of pupils are due to receive their exam results by text and email, a day before the postal delivery.Read
A young woman was forced into a lane by three men and raped in what police have described as a "despicable assault".Read
Conservative MSP Ted Brocklebank has announced his retirement from politics.Read
A husband who subjected his wife to a "horrific and terrifying" death as she planned to leave him has been jailed for life.Read
A new social enterprise which is expected to create up to 50 jobs for people with autism has been launched.Read
An investigation has been launched into claims that the offspring of a cloned cow entered the food chain.Read
NHS staff must not be burdened with "excessive workloads" as thousands of jobs disappear in the service, union leaders have warned.Read
Concerns over the accuracy and efficiency of criminal records have been raised by inspectors.Read
Health Secretary Nicola Sturgeon has reiterated that she will "name the price" of a minimum unit of alcohol next month.Read
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