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Council tax breaks for energy efficiency measures like better insulation have been called for by MSPs.Read
Justice officials are considering calls from a Jewish organisation to allow non-surgical post-mortem examinations because of religious beliefs, it has emerged.Read
A retired detective involved in the Shirley McKie fingerprint case has said he thought she over-reacted when she was accused of leaving a print at the murder scene.Read
Distilleries and breweries will be exempt from laws targeting alcohol displays in shops, MSPs have agreed.Read
New legislation making it harder for mortgage lenders to repossess homes has been promised by the Scottish Government.Read
Mountain rescue teams are to receive £300,000 in Scottish Government funding this year, it has been announced.Read
A teacher who had sex with a teenage pupil will have to wait to learn if she is to be struck off.Read
Locking up prisoners for short periods of six months or less could endanger public safety, prison chiefs have said.Read
The number of Scots resorting to major surgery for obesity has increased seven-fold in five years, new figures have revealed.Read
Holyrood ministers face tough decisions in next year's budget, a watchdog committee of MSPs has warned.Read
The SNP has seized on a poll which showed that opposition to independence has dropped to a new low.Read
The number of police officers in Scotland has risen above 17,000 for the first time, according to official figures.Read
The Scottish Government has announced it will act to remove a "get-out clause for rapists" from new legislation.Read
Thousands of homeless people will get the chance to open a bank account with the expansion of a dedicated savings group announced.Read
A man has been arrested in connection with the death of a Nepalese student found in undergrowth near her home, police have said.Read
A cancer-beating border collie is the special guest at a new treatment centre for animals which has officially opened its doors.Read
A retired detective at the heart of the Shirley McKie fingerprint case is due to give evidence before a public inquiry.Read
Overcrowding in jails threatens public safety, prison chiefs are due to tell MSPs.Read
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