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Boy in hospital with severe burns
A seven-year-old boy is taken to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary after an incident involving petrol left him with severe burns.
Airport boss hits out at state aid
The chief executive of Edinburgh Airport hits out at state support for other airports for "distorting" competition.
Highland clans celebrate anniversary
Clan members from northern and western Highlands are expected to attend an anniversary celebration in Inverness which will also help mark this year's Homecoming festival.
'Nothing to hide' over bird deaths
A farmer whose properties were raided by police investigating the deaths of 20 birds of prey, calls for more resources to be directed at the investigation.
Electricians question CBI vote move
The body representing electrical contractors urges the CBI to think again about giving its support to the campaign against Scottish independence.
Woodland fire brought under control
A large woodland fire threatening properties on the outskirts of Inverness is brought under control.
Image released following sex attacks
Police investigating two sexual assaults in St Andrews release a CCTV image of a man they want to question.
Superfast broadband for island
Lerwick in Shetland is the next area to benefit from superfast broadband as part of the £410m Digital Scotland project.
Sci-fi fans to descend on Glasgow
Hundreds of science fiction fans from around the world are expected to descend on Glasgow this weekend for a major sci-fi convention.
Mobility scooter man in pier plunge
A man is airlifted to hospital after he fell off a pier whilst on his mobility scooter in the small village of Pennan, Aberdeenshire.
Martin Currie reports second loss
The Edinburgh-based firm say its latest set of financial figures represented a 'considerable improvement' on the previous year.
Deal to avert Police Scotland strike
A potential Police Scotland strike has been averted after the force offered additional leave and job security to disgruntled civilian staff.
Kelpies lit up for launch event
The Kelpies, a massive new art installation overlooking the M9 near Falkirk, are lit up as part of a pyrotechnic launch event.
A fifth of gardeners 'throw snails'
A survey finds one-fifth of gardeners admit to throwing snails over their neighbour's fence, with Londoners the worst culprits.
Funeral held for wall collapse pupil
The funeral is held for a 12-year-old girl who died after a wall fell on her at an Edinburgh school.
Bill Walker loses conviction appeal
Ex-MSP Bill Walker loses a bid to overturn his convictions for assaulting a former wife during a catalogue of domestic abuse.
Man killed in flat fire in Edinburgh
An investigation is launched after a man dies in a flat fire in Edinburgh.
Brother tells of night Elaine died
The brother of murder victim Elaine Doyle tells a court how he learned of her death after he was woken in the family home in Greenock.
Footballer assault charge deserted
Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths walks free from court after a charge of assault against him is deserted.
Stamp of approval for Glasgow Games
A set of souvenir stamps is being released to mark this summer's Commonwealth Games which are taking place in Glasgow.
Power cut due to 'transient fault'
The mass power outage which affected more than 200,000 homes across the Highlands and Islands was caused by a "transient fault", according to the Scottish government.
Craig Whyte's former castle for sale
The former Highland castle home of ex-Rangers owner Craig Whyte is put up for sale for offers over £1.1m.
Row over raptor persecution claim
Landowners react angrily to claims the persecution of birds of prey on Scotland's grouse moors has returned to levels last seen in the Victorian era.
BP to create 100 jobs at Sullom Voe
BP is to create 100 new jobs at the Sullom Voe oil terminal in Shetland as part of a £600m investment at the site.
Van death driver case not proven
The case against a delivery van driver accused of causing the death of a nine-year-old boy on an Aberdeenshire street is found not proven.
'Dinna cremate me! I want to be buried'
Fifty years after the largest typhoid outbreak in recent British history, BBC Scotland's Rachel Massie hears what it was like to be involved.
Village murder duo face life terms
Two men face life sentences after they were convicted of stabbing a man to death in south of Scotland village.
Hawick man hits scratchcard jackpot
A tree surgeon from Hawick wins £25,000-a-year for the next 10 years with his first ever National Lottery scratchcard.
Seven seek former provost's seat
Seven people seek election to Scottish Borders Council following the death of former Hawick provost Zandra Elliot.
Police probe after Dundee woman dies
A police investigation is launched after a woman found lying on Court Street in Dundee later dies in Ninewells Hospital.
Helicopter rescue after digger crash
A woman is airlifted to hospital after firefighters free her from a digger which crashed 40ft down an embankment in Perthshire.
Cyclist killed in Angus crash named
Police name a cyclist killed in a crash with a van on the A926 in Angus as Grant Gourlay of Dundee.
More funding for green energy scheme
The Scottish government announces £4m of extra funding for a scheme which helps Scottish households generate their own green energy.
Scotland 'has worst mobile coverage'
The Federation of Small Businesses says Scotland has the worst mobile coverage in the UK and calls for planning laws to be relaxed to improve it.
Economy back to pre-recession level
Scotland's economic performance has returned to pre-recession levels, according to the Scottish Chambers of Commerce.
RBS: No evidence of small firm fraud
Royal Bank of Scotland says law firm Clifford Chance has cleared it over allegations that it forced small firms to close so it could make a profit.
Decline in shop footfall 'slows'
The recent decline in shopper numbers in Scotland has slowed significantly, according to new figures released by retailers.
Co-op Group reports £2.5bn loss
The Co-operative Group reports losses of £2.5bn, the worst results in its 150-year history, after what its chief executive calls a "disastrous" year.
Glasgow Warriors 27-9 Ulster
Glasgow Warriors illustrate their play-off credentials by beating Ulster and moving up to third in the Pro12.
Inverness CT 0-0 Aberdeen
Inverness and Aberdeen battle out a goalless draw as both pass up the chance to give their European hopes a lift.
Griffiths has Celtic future - Lennon
Striker Leigh Griffiths has a future at Celtic despite recent disciplinary issues, according to boss Neil Lennon.
Tuilleadh taic do dh'amasan nan comhairlean eileanach
Choinnich an Rùnaire Dùbhlanach airson Ùghdarrasan Ionadail ri riochdairean bho Chomhairle nan Eilean Siar an t-seachdain seo.
Luchd-smàlaidh a' strì ri teine
Tha luchd-smàlaidh a' feuchainn ri smachd fhaighinn air teine mòr air iomall Inbhir Nis.
"Chan eil càil ri chleith"
Eòin-chreachraidh mharbh Shiorrachd Rois: tuathanach ag iarraidh oidhirp nas motha a dhèanamh leis an sgrùdadh.
VIDEO: Scottish Parliament
Nicola Sturgeon accuses Johann Lamont of "smear and insinuation" about Ryder Cup trip.
VIDEO: Boy in hospital with severe burns
A seven-year-old boy is hospital in Aberdeen with serious burns
VIDEO: Hundreds mourn schoolgirl Keane
Around 500 friends and family members pay tribute to Keane Wallis-Bennett, the schoolgirl who died when a school wall fell on top of her.
VIDEO: Big Noise children visit Venezuela
A group of Scottish schoolchildren have visited Venezuela to see the original orchestra project that inspired their own.
VIDEO: The John Muir Way is set to open
The John Muir Way, in memory of the Scot credited as the father of America's national parks, is to be officially opened.
VIDEO: Author S R Crockett's work reprinted
The work of largely forgotten native Galloway author S R Crockett is being reprinted on his 100th anniversary.
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John Muir Way ready to be unveiled
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