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Former First Minister Jack McConnell has called for a new system of resolving wrangles between Edinburgh and London.Read
Revised guidance on patients getting access to drugs which are not available on the NHS will make the system clearer, according to health secretary Nicola Sturgeon.Read
Boxing promoter Barry Hughes has been fined £5,000 for being caught in possession of a knife at a nightclub.Read
MSPs have been told the Crofters Commission is to be slimmed down and some of its functions given to other bodies.Read
A roads campaigner has gone to court in an appeal case which could have major implications for motorists with speeding convictions.Read
Police investigating a suspicious fire in which a mother died have issued a fresh appeal for information.Read
New laws designed to crack down on drivers who abuse disabled parking spaces have been backed in principle by the Scottish Government.Read
Scotland's manufactured exports are holding up despite the global slowdown, enterprise minister Jim Mather said.Read
Health secretary Nicola Sturgeon said it is vital that vulnerable groups get their free flu jab this winter.Read
Halifax Bank of Scotland's shares surged ahead amid a revival in confidence over its rescue takeover by Lloyds TSB.Read
A violent criminal who raped a schoolgirl while on the run from an open prison has been jailed for a minimum of nine years.Read
MSPs have been set a 30-day deadline for providing details of any relative they employ.Read
Former football manager Steve Paterson has entered a rehab clinic to receive treatment for a gambling addiction, it has emerged.Read
A review of rules on NHS patients paying privately for medicines will try to create a clearer system, health secretary Nicola Sturgeon pledged.Read
Health Secretary Nicola Sturgeon said some NHS patients may also be able to get private healthcare treatment.Read
A man who raped a schoolgirl while on the run from an open prison is being sentenced.Read
The prison that houses some of Scotland's most dangerous sex offenders still has some of the worst conditions in the country, inspectors warned.Read
Politicians and anti-smoking campaigners have welcomed the first anniversary of the age limit for buying cigarettes being increased.Read
Twelve charities have demanded the Scottish Government extend free bus passes to cover special transport schemes used by the elderly and disabled.Read
The majority of Scots would try to force down the asking price of a property if it got a bad energy-efficiency rating under the new home report system, research suggested.Read
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