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More than 200 tonnes of oil could have entered the North Sea following a leak at an offshore platform, according to estimates from operator Shell.Read
A local authority has come under pressure from politicians to block an application from a far-right group for a march in the capital.Read
A man has appeared in court charged with murder following the death of a 40-year-old after a disturbance near a pub.Read
A man was dragged along by a train after being punched and falling onto the railway track.Read
A householder has been beaten in his own home and robbed after up to half a dozen men broke into his property in the early hours.Read
An oil spill in the North Sea is estimated to amount to several hundred tonnes, making it the biggest such leak in more than a decade, according to UK Government figures.Read
Air safety chiefs are investigating a possible near-miss between a passenger jet and a glider close to a major airport.Read
Scotland's new £74 million transport museum has attracted more than half a million visitors in its first seven weeks.Read
Free plastic carrier bags could become a thing of the past, the Scottish Government has said.Read
A Liberal Democrat peer has revealed he left an advisory role to the Scottish Government because he was "appalled" by the tone of language used by First Minister Alex Salmond and senior SNP figures in the row over the Supreme Court.Read
Gordon Brown has spoken out against what he described as "politicised" parts of the British press, which he said try to "destroy pieces of people's characters" to make political points.Read
A woman has been taken to hospital after she fell 90ft from a cliff.Read
Concerns over the impact of a North Sea oil spill are being taken "very seriously", according to an offshore industry body.Read
Criminals can now be reported to the police on Facebook under a new scheme.Read
Workers have been evacuated from a distillery as firefighters deal with a nitric acid spill at the site.Read
The cast and crew of a blockbuster film starring Brad Pitt will be on location in Scotland's biggest city for the next fortnight.Read
Scotland's oldest woman has celebrated her 110th birthday.Read
A third of Scottish adults say their favourite way of spending time with the family is to watch TV or a film together, according to a survey.Read
Property asking prices increased by an average of almost 2.7% from April to June, figures show.Read
More workers are finding jobs, although the economic crisis means any improvement in employment is difficult to maintain, according to a bank report.Read
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