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Finance Secretary John Swinney has said council tax freezes would help families in Scotland during tough economic times.Read
The son of a British man in a coma in Thailand said his family fears he will die alone as they cannot afford to fly him home.Read
A Scottish cyclist has said he was "absolutely ecstatic" to have completed a gruelling journey across the longest mountain range in the world.Read
Rugby greats are to take part in a public tribute night in memory of the late commentator Bill McLaren, it has been announced.Read
Snowsports centres and their local communities are enjoying the "silver lining" of recent heavy snowfall, the Scottish Secretary said on Thursday.Read
Merger talks are under way at a leading Scottish university and an art college, it has been announced.Read
Hand hygiene fell in a hospital ward the month before a deadly outbreak of Clostridium difficile, a report has revealed.Read
The woman in charge of implementing a fire safety policy at a care home where a blaze killed 14 elderly residents was not aware she had "any specific responsibilities" for health and safety, an inquiry has heard.Read
The Tories have repeated their call for the abolition of the double jeopardy law to take account of new scientific advances.Read
Thousands of fake DVDs have been seized and four people arrested as part of an operation against counterfeiting, police have announced.Read
A police forensic science lab that was burnt down overnight was deliberately targeted, officers have said.Read
A third senior figure has resigned from a transport body amid an ongoing row over expenses, it has been announced.Read
Anti-racism rally organisers have warned against complacency just days before a right-wing group plans to march in Scotland.Read
One of Scotland`s most popular visitor attractions is to close its doors in two months, bosses have announced.Read
The chief executive of Scotland's largest transport partnership has announced he is standing down, just days after the company's chairman resigned from his post.Read
Some enthusiasts believe the small town of Bonnybridge in Scotland is the world's number one place to spot UFOs.Read
Councils have been warned they should prepare now for the "extremely challenging combination" of reduced funds and increased demand for some services.Read
A leading judge has called on Westminster to take its responsibilities to Scotland seriously.Read
A Briton who spent two decades on death row in America has denied hitting his son with a baseball bat during an alleged assault in the US.Read
JK Rowling has been named in a lawsuit claiming she stole ideas for her wildly popular and lucrative Harry Potter books from another British author.Read
A Briton who spent two decades on death row in America has denied that he hit his son with a baseball bat during an alleged assault in the United States.Read
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