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Brown calls for 'promises' petition
Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown calls for 100,000 Scots to sign a petition urging Westminster to keep devolution promises.
Bodyguard said killer was 'dodgy'
A Scottish security guard shot dead by a colleague in Iraq, had described his killer as "a bit dodgy" the night he died, an inquest hears.
Whyte given 15-year director ban
Former Rangers owner Craig Whyte is banned from being a company director for the maximum period of 15 years.
Bid to keep Scot from Pakistan jail
Lawyers acting for a Scot jailed in Pakistan have filed an emergency application to prevent his return to the prison where he was shot.
Constance stands for SNP deputy job
Scottish Youth Employment Minister Angela Constance will become the third person to contest the deputy leadership of the SNP.
Memorial for aid worker killed by IS
A memorial service is to be held in Perth for David Haines, the British aid worker taken hostage and killed in Syria.
Police to review firearms policy
The controversial policy allowing police firearms officers to routinely carry guns will be reviewed by the national force, the BBC learns.
Teenager raped in Kilmarnock park
Police try to trace a man who raped a 17-year-old woman in a park in Kilmarnock in East Ayrshire on Sunday night.
Scots Tories 'toxic' image a 'myth'
Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson says the party has shed its "toxic" image by standing up for the "silent majority" in the independence debate.
Police probe 'suspicious' death
The death of a 49-year-old man in the Torry area of Aberdeen is being treated as suspicious by police.
Kinloss spaceport plan endorsed
A bid to bring the UK's first spaceport to the former airbase at Kinloss is endorsed by Moray councillors.
Protection order for sea off Arran
An urgent Marine Conservation Order is being brought in to protect a fragile underwater ecosystem off Arran.
Footballer admits assault charge
Former Queen of the South, Morton and Gretna player Ryan McGuffie admits punching another man outside a Dumfries pub in October last year.
Man in hospital after van hits shop
A man is taken to hospital after the van he was driving struck a lamppost and hit a shop in Helensburgh.
Pair had drugs 'worth £679,000'
Two men admit being involved in the supply of cocaine worth as much as £679,000 in the Aberdeen suburb of Peterculter.
Ann Gloag denies New Pyjamas meeting
Ann Gloag tells a trial that she was in Kenya on the day charity campaign director Elaine McGonigle claimed expenses for meeting with her.
Google Glass used by airport staff
Staff at Edinburgh Airport are using Google Glass headsets to help them deal with customer inquiries.
Nicki Minaj to host Glasgow MTV EMAs
US rapper Nicki Minaj is to host this year's MTV Europe Music Awards (EMAs) in Glasgow.
Views sought from indyref campaigns
The man leading the commission on more devolved powers for Scotland writes to campaigners on both sides of the independence debate.
Edinburgh unveils Christmas schedule
Edinburgh unveils its programme of Christmas celebrations, promising they will be bigger and more affordable than ever.
Grant for new vision-loss detector
Scientists in Scotland are given funding to develop new laser technology aimed at detecting early vision loss.
Masked men threaten family in home
Four armed men wearing masks break into an Edinburgh house during the night, threatening a couple and their 10-year-old boy.
Rangers repay loans to shareholders
Rangers repay the short-term loans they took out earlier in the year from shareholders George Letham and Sandy Easdale.
Violin worth £17,000 stolen from car
A violin valued at £17,000 is stolen from a parked car in the west end of Glasgow.
Early release robber jailed for raid
A man who failed in a bid to rob a shop while out on licence from a previous prison term is jailed for seven years and three months.
Thief in 'armed robbery' at bookies
A betting shop is robbed of a four figure sum of money by a thief who was wearing a motorbike helmet and fled the scene on a bicycle.
Health boards miss cancer target
The Scottish government says waiting times for cancer treatment have improved but nine health boards miss a key target.
Oyster farm refused permission
Plans for an oyster farm in Loch Moidart near Castle Tioram are refused permission by Highland councillors.
Legal action over Christmas lights
Aberdeen could be left without its usual Christmas lights because of a legal dispute, it is feared.
Oil industry 'needs to cut costs'
The oil and gas industry must do more to cut costs while oil prices fall even if it means more job losses, it is claimed.
Police name victim of fatal crash
A 52-year-old man who died following a crash in Aberdeenshire on Sunday is named by police as a local man.
Queens appoint Fowler as new boss
Former Kilmarnock defender James Fowler is named manager of Queen of the South following his time in caretaker charge.
Gretna Gateway set for expansion
Work is set to start on an expansion of a shopping outlet village in southern Scotland with the promise of 50 new jobs.
School kitchens set for spruce up
Councillors are asked to endorse a range of upgrades to school kitchen facilities across the Scottish Borders.
Gas leak at Grangemouth refinery
Police say there is no risk to the wider community after a leak of butane gas at the Grangemouth industrial complex.
Debate over wind farm proposal
MSPs debate a proposed wind farm development near Loch Rannoch which has drawn a number of objections.
V&A Dundee exhibition work under way
Curators sort through 17,000 items relating to Scottish design history to develop exhibitions for the V&A Dundee museum.
VIDEO: Scottish Parliament
John Ronald calls for court orders for child access to be enforced.
MSPs consider sex education law call
A sex education organisation tells parliament that Scottish schools should be compelled by law to teach sex and relationship education.
EU vote not like Scotland - Cameron
The prime minister says he cares "about a thousand times more strongly" about keeping the UK together than he does about staying in the EU.
MSPs seek action over Tinkers' Heart
MSPs are writing to Scotland's heritage agency over calls to protect an ancient monument to the travelling community.
RBS says 'bad loan' losses reduced
State-owned Royal Bank of Scotland says an improving economy means it can free up £800m from the pot of money set aside to cover losses on bad loans.
Supermarkets launch petrol price cut
Three major UK supermarkets are to cut the prices of petrol and diesel by up to 5p, starting on Tuesday.
Scottish economy shrugs off slump
The Scottish economy continues to recover with performance at pre-recession levels, according to the Bank of Scotland business monitor.
Aberdeen 2-2 St Mirren
Kenny McLean's late penalty earns St Mirren an unlikely point at Pittodrie as Aberdeen are left to rue missed chances.
Gauld and May called up for Scotland
Sheffield Wednesday's Stevie May and Sporting Lisbon's Ryan Gauld are called up for Scotland's Euro 2016 double-header.
Murray fights back to beat Janowicz
Andy Murray follows up his first title for 15 months with a hard-fought win over Poland's Jerzy Janowicz at the China Open.
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Cead ga dhiùltadh do sgeama Loch Mhùideart
Chaidh cead a dhiùltadh do fhear de na tuathanasan-eisir as motha an Alba a thogail ann an Loch Abar.
Teine mòr sa Chorpaich
Chaidh aig luchd-smàlaidh ri smachd a chur air teine ann am fear de na gàraidhean fiodha as motha anns an Roinn Eòrpa.
VIDEO: Brown warns of 'Tory trap' on tax
Gordon Brown is warning of a "Tory trap" in devolving all income tax to Holyrood that would see a weakening of Scottish MPs at Westminster.
VIDEO: Police officers to cover up firearms
Police Scotland is recommending officers cover up their firearms and tasers to reduce public alarm.
VIDEO: Free password 'afterlife' advice
A legal firm is advising internet users to record online passwords in a will so their assets are accessible to their families.
VIDEO: Ryder Cup 'champion' to retire
European Ryder Cup captain Paul McGinley says the win means he can "retire a little bit like a heavyweight champion, undefeated".
VIDEO: Davidson: No Tory 2015 predictions
Scotland's Tory leader declines to predict the number or names of seats she is targeting at the general election.
VIDEO: What to pack for the new V&A Dundee?
Curators at the Victoria and Albert Museum are preparing exhibits to put on display in its new space in Dundee.
In pictures: Loopallu festival
The 10th anniversary of the Loopallu music festival in Ullapool
What the papers say
What do Scotland's newspapers say?
Lennox 'challenged' by jazz album
Annie Lennox tackles jazz from US civil rights era with new album
A selection of your photographs taken across Scotland
Your pictures from across Scotland
How to send us your images from across Scotland
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