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Scottish Labour's biggest donor is to ask the country's spending watchdog to look into his dealings with Glasgow City Council.Read
A £3.6 million lottery jackpot will be donated to charity after the mystery winner failed to come forward to claim their prize.Read
Nobel prize-winning scientist Sir James Black has died at the age of 85, his family said.Read
Finance Secretary John Swinney has stepped up SNP calls for action on rising fuel prices.Read
A Labour MP is to fight for her Parliamentary future after a bid by local activists to force her to step down.Read
Proposed Conservative spending cuts will lead to "anarchy" in schools and hospitals, Scottish Secretary Jim Murphy said.Read
More than eight out of ten people believe anti-social behaviour is a problem in Scotland, new research showed.Read
An investigation has been launched into claims that a coach failed to stop after hitting a woman who had fallen from a motorway bridge.Read
A retired teacher and his wife were have been identified as the victims of a fatal crash.Read
Scotland has been less successful at cutting crime than the rest of the UK, research has showed.Read
A grandmother given less than a month to live has scooped a £30,000 business award after designing her own beachwear range.Read
The Scottish Government is to spend £557 million on hospital-building, as well as upgrades of equipment and IT systems.Read
British Airways flights between Scotland and England are being severely disrupted as a cabin crew strike continued.Read
The UK's biggest listed ports operator has said it will meet with a bidding consortium after rejecting two takeover approaches.Read
A Marine is facing disciplinary action after smuggling a woman into a high-security naval base in the boot of his car.Read
A mystery lottery winner has until 5.30pm on Monday March 22 to claim a £3.6 million jackpot with a ticket bought six months ago.Read
The Scottish Fisheries Secretary is to set out the case for a "radical shift" in EU policies to meet the needs of the industry.Read
A live snake, a badger and a cow were among the bizarre things found in Scotland's sewer network in the last year, water chiefs have revealed.Read
A police watchdog has called for national guidelines to be drawn up on how complaints about different forces are recorded.Read
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