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Experts argue for drink price plan
Health professionals say they are stepping up efforts to see alcohol minimum pricing in place in Scotland, with a seminar being held in Brussels.
Sunbed study highlights cancer risk
Sunbed users are still at risk of skin cancer even if they do not burn their skin, according to a new study by Dundee University.
Murray into US Open fourth round
Andy Murray sees off Russia's Andrey Kuznetsov in four sets to reach the last 16 of the US Open in New York.
Man arrested over votes 'for sale'
A man is arrested after votes for the independence referendum were listed on internet auction site eBay.
Man charged over Galloway assault
A man is charged with religiously-aggravated assault after MP George Galloway was attacked in a west London street.
Rangers fans protest over finances
Rangers fans hold a protest against the club's board during the Championship game against Queen of the South at Ibrox.
Tallship grounded on rocks near Oban
Oban Coastguard and the local lifeboat go to the rescue of a tallship, which grounded on rocks just outside the town.
Campaigns focus on jobs and families
Alex Salmond talks of a "jobs gap" in Better Together's campaign while those backing the Union say independence would "cost families dear".
Women injured as car hits bus stop
Two women are taken to hospital after driver loses control of his car and crashes into a bus stop in Glasgow.
Sir Paul urges Scots 'stay together'
Sir Paul McCartney becomes the latest celebrity to call for Scotland to stay part of the UK ahead of the historic vote on independence.
Driver in hospital after bypass crash
A driver is taken to hospital after his car crashed into the central reservation of the Edinburgh City Bypass, police say.
Only two Games lane fines issued
Only two drivers were fined for breaching Commonwealth Games lane restrictions in Glasgow, data obtained by BBC Scotland shows.
Crews tackle city building blaze
Eight fire crews tackle a blaze at a former health and safety building in Aberdeen.
Swimming champ meets 'biggest' fan
A five-year-old boy who wrote a fan letter to Commonwealth swimming champion Ross Murdoch gets to race his hero in the pool - and beats him.
New trail recalls commando role
A new tourist trail recalling the training of commandos during World War Two in Lochaber is officially opened.
Call for more disabled children data
A charity campaigner calls for better official information on the number of Scottish children with a disability.
Fresh appeal over Edinburgh murder
Police are making a fresh appeal for information a week after Robbie Morrison was murdered in Edinburgh.
Bus and tram in Edinburgh collision
A bus and a tram collide as they travel east towards Princes Street during the rush hour in Edinburgh.
Driver sought after hit and run
Police in Edinburgh appeal for witnesses after a 20-year-old man was injured in a hit and run in the city centre.
Glasgow rape suspect held in Spain
A man is arrested in Spain in connection with an alleged kidnapping and rape in Glasgow in 2005.
Home raid OAP murderer loses appeal
A man who murdered a 91-year-old woman during a failed robbery at her home in East Ayrshire loses a second legal bid to overturn his conviction.
Man convicted of raping law student
A man is convicted of raping a law student as she slept in her Barrhead home following a birthday night out.
Aviemore to host rescue conference
Aviemore in the Cairngorms is to host the UK and Ireland Mountain Rescue Conference later next month.
Mod unveils biggest fringe programme
The programme for the biggest fringe event in the Royal National Mod's 122-year history is announced.
New craft beer festival to start
An inaugural two-day craft beer festival featuring beers, gins and cocktails is due to open in Inverness.
Two in hospital after collisions
Two people are taken to hospital, one by air ambulance, after separate serious crashes in the north east of Scotland.
Hospital inspection widened out
An inspection of Aberdeen Royal Infirmary is to be widened out to include obstetrics and gynaecology, BBC Scotland learns.
Ryder Cup trophy to tour Scotland
The Ryder Cup trophy is to go on a tour of Scotland before the Gleneagles event tees off on 26 September.
Dozens warned over school speeds
Police warn more than 70 drivers about their speed and dangerous parking outside schools in the Lothians and Scottish Borders.
Rail route property impact assessed
A housing expert says the Borders railway has had "no dramatic or even discernible" impact as yet on property values in Galashiels.
Car body discovery 'not suspicious'
Police say a man found dead at the wheel of his car near Gretna appears to have taken ill while driving.
Victim's son freezes killer's money
A son who is suing his mother's killer has secured an order to freeze thousands of pounds of his assets.
Karate coach jailed for abuse images
Kids' karate instructor David McAusland is jailed for two years after being found with nearly 3,000 images of child abuse.
Falkirk Wheel visitor total hits 5.5m
Visitor numbers to the Falkirk Wheel have topped the 5.5m mark.
VIDEO: Scottish Parliament
Alex Salmond is quizzed on claims his predictions for North Sea oil recovery are too high.
Egged MP suspends campaign tour
Labour MP Jim Murphy suspends his Scotland-wide tour ahead of the independence referendum, citing "co-ordinated abuse" from "Yes" voters.
Salmond: Eurosceptics 'are damaging'
The Scottish first minister claims the "politics of Euroscepticism" at Westminster are "deeply damaging" for Scotland.
Landlord data 'will empower tenants'
Council and housing association tenants are to be given more information about how well their landlord is performing.
Rangers confirm £4m share issue plan
Rangers make new shares available to current shareholders and admit poor uptake could hinder payments to creditors.
Exports dip hits engineering orders
Scottish engineering firms reports a fall in orders for the first time in six quarters, as exports continued to slip.
Coutts sets aside £110m for payouts
RBS-owned private bank Coutts sets aside £110m to compensate thousands of customers who may have been sold unsuitable investments.
Inverness CT 2-0 Kilmarnock
Inverness Caledonian Thistle maintain their lead at the top of the Premiership table with a win at home to Kilmarnock.
Hamilton Academical 4-0 Ross County
Hamilton stay second in the Premiership with victory over managerless bottom side Ross County, who remain without a point.
Lawrie tips Gallacher for Ryder Cup
Paul Lawrie feels fellow Scot Stephen Gallacher "deserves" a place in Europe's Ryder Cup team at Gleneagles next month.
Togail do luchd-iomairt an losgadair
Luchd-iomairt an aghaidh losgadair sgudail ann an Ros an Ear ag ràdh gur e togail a th' ann dhaibh gun deach cur às don chead a fhuair am plana, an dèidh cùis-lagha aig Cùirt an t-Seisein.
Taic riaghaltais a dhìth
Thuirt fear de chomhairlichean nan Eilean Siar gum feum an riaghaltas a dhol an sàs às ùr, agus gun dàil, ann an trioblaid bochdainn connaidh nan eilean.
Làrach ga taghadh do sgoil ùr Bhaile Dhubhthaich
Comhairle na Gàidhealtachd air taic a chur ri moladh sgoil ùr Bhaile Dhubhthaich a thogail air an làraich far a bheil an Acadamaidh.
VIDEO: MP hit by egg on campaign trail
Labour MP Jim Murphy is hit by an egg after being confronted by pro-independence supporters as he tries to speak on the streets of Kirkcaldy.
VIDEO: MP Jim Murphy suspends pro-UK tour
Labour MP Jim Murphy suspends his pro-Union tour after being hit with an egg and claiming he was subject to "orchestrated" intimidation.
VIDEO: Bees move into City Chambers
More than 120,000 bees take up residence on the roof of Glasgow City Council headquarters as part of a new environmental project.
VIDEO: Cameron promises more powers
Prime Minister David Cameron has reiterated that he will devolve further decision making powers to Holyrood in the event of a 'No' vote.
VIDEO: Salmond praises pro-independence letter
The First Minister praises the 'positivity' of 200 Scottish businesses backing a 'Yes' vote on 18 September.
VIDEO: Esha Ness cave is 'UK's biggest'
Geologist Jonathan Swale claims that the Calders Geo sea cave at Esha Ness in Shetland is the largest in Britain.
VIDEO: Protester interrupts Gordon Brown speech
A supporter of Scottish independence interrupts a speech by former Prime Minister Gordon Brown in Dundee.
VIDEO: Scots independence: Business views
Two business chief executives give their opinions on whether independence would be good for Scotland's businesses.
A selection of your photographs taken across Scotland
The key #indyref moments from this week
Scots politicians captured on canvas
Scotland's most powerful female politicians are captured on canvas
How quickly is Scotland’s economy growing?
How fast is Scotland's economy growing and could it be faster?
What the papers say
The front pages of Scotland's newspapers
Profit or loss?
The BBC's Douglas Fraser on the referendum battle for business
Shaking off the 'kilted straitjacket'
How Scottish national identity shook off its 'kilted straitjacket'
Targeting floating voters on a ferry
James Cook on the referendum battle in the Northern Isles
VIDEO: Sporting chance for Games visitors
Young people from disadvantaged areas are given a taste of sport
The popular rise of postal voting
The popular rise of a system born from conflict
What is Scotland's tax and spend?
What does Scotland pay in taxes and how much does it spend?
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