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The Scottish Government has been attacked after figures suggested a sharp drop in teacher numbers.Read
Introducing US-style yellow school buses across Britain would create up to 13,000 new jobs, according to new research by a group headed by former Home Secretary David Blunkett.Read
The trial of a man accused of murdering a businesswoman in a Glasgow park could take place in his absence after he refused to enter the courtroom.Read
The Scottish government could land a £50 million windfall after moves to stop a flood of human rights challenges over slopping out were announced.Read
A former Russian army soldier is to appeal against his conviction for murdering a woman whose severed head was found on a Scottish beach.Read
Lloyds Banking Group is the new sponsor of Scotland's largest mass participation event, the Great Scottish Run.Read
The fate of a teenage apprentice facing redundancy has sparked a Holyrood clash between Alex Salmond and Labour leader Iain Gray.Read
A date has been set for the trial of a woman accused of murdering her mother and dumping her body in a stream.Read
A murder accused would have had to turn into a "fiend" in a matter of hours to kill his baby daughter, a court has heard.Read
A driver who caused a crash which killed two men after he reached out for his mobile phone has been jailed for six years.Read
Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill has insisted the SNP administration would increase police numbers by at least 1,000 and hit out at opposition politicians who had questioned if the Scottish Government's pledge would be met.Read
Anti-social behaviour orders are to be used more sparingly, the Scottish Government said today.Read
More areas of public land could be sold off to allow investment in forestry planting schemes, environment minister Roseanna Cunningham has said.Read
First Minister Alex Salmond has claimed Hearts are in "unsafe hands" under majority shareholder Vladimir Romanov.Read
Airport operator BAA has said it could appeal against the decision to force the sale of either Edinburgh or Glasgow airport.Read
New laws are to be rushed through Westminster to block a flood of human rights cases by Scottish prisoners over slopping-out, it has been announced.Read
The Competition Commission has ordered BAA to sell three of its airports.Read
Extending hate crime legislation to include attacks on gay and disabled people will send a clear message that such crimes should not be tolerated, Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill told MSPs.Read
The Scottish Government has faced calls for a programme of tree planting across the country's forests.Read
Labour are to seek to put the SNP on the defensive over police numbers.Read
The Chancellor is to face a grilling from MPs on the Commons Treasury Committee over the Government's handling of the banking crisis.Read
A collection of ceramics by one of the pottery world's most renowned designers has fetched nearly £220,000 at auction.Read
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