Drug addicts in Scotland 'waiting up to six months' for treatment
Experts say more people with drug and alcohol problems should be fast-tracked for treatment.
Manchester attack: Remembering Barra's Eilidh MacLeod
Eilidh MacLeod, 14, from Barra, was one of the 22 people killed in the terrorist attack a year ago.
Scotland's papers: Kirk sell-off plans and Indyref2
The General Assembly says plans to safeguard the Kirk are not radical enough and church sell-offs should be looked at.
'Dynamic' Dundee picked as must-see destination
The city is named by Lonely Planet as one of the 10 best European places to visit this year.
New whisky distillery in Moray 'like nothing else'
The new distillery in Moray, which cost £140m, is believed to be the most expensive in the country.
Fire crews tackle industrial estate blaze in Perth
Firefighters were called to the "large and well developed" blaze in buildings in Friarton Bridge Park in Perth.
New body aims to get ex-prisoners back into work
Release Scotland will provide a "one-stop shop" for firms taking on staff who have a criminal past.
Ruth Davidson: Union 'will have to change' to survive
The Scottish Conservative leader calls for UK institutions to become less London-centric to create "a better Union".
Glasgow streets sealed off as forensic teams examine car
The vehicle was discovered on Bunessan Street in Craigton, near the Helen Street police station.
Jury hears Rangers fans' bus driver was 'going too fast'
A police crash expert tells a court a study of the vehicle's tachograph showed it was going too fast.
Scott Hutchison mural unveiled in Glasgow
Artist Michael Corr's tribute to the singer will be on show at BAaD (Barras Art and Design) until next week.
Man shot at in attempted murder in Scotstoun
Police say the occupants of a car shot at a man sitting in another car in Scotstoun and "narrowly missed".
Colin McNair: 'Drugs put an end to my football career'
Promising footballer Colin McNair says he overcame his drug addiction and is back in the game he loves.
Rocket to make Scottish space history
Plans are in place to make some Scottish space history - the first rocket launch dedicated to a Scottish satellite.
'The anxiety started to build after attack'
One woman tells how getting caught up in the horrific Manchester terror attack has left her struggling with the lack of support.
The drug cop and the addict in recovery
A police inspector and a recovering drug addict are working together to improve support services.
What does Dumbarton think about royal title?
Locals on the streets of Dumbarton give their views on the wedding of the new Earl and Countess.
Village of Markle marks the big day
The wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle is cause for celebration in the Scottish village of Markle.
Scotland's Rural College predicts daddy longlegs increase
Although many people are scared of the insect they are not harmful to humans, but farms and gardens are at risk.
Plans for first rocket launch dedicated to Scottish satellite
A Glasgow company is planning the first dedicated rocket launch for a Scottish satellite.
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Andy Murray to make comeback at Libema Open - tournament director
Andy Murray will make his comeback from hip surgery at next month's Libema Open, according to tournament director Marcel Hunze.
Andy Robertson confident in Liverpool attack for Champions League final with Real Madrid
Scotland's Andy Robertson says Liverpool's confidence in their ability to score could be crucial in Saturday's Champions League final against Real Madrid.
Edinburgh prop Pierre Schoeman: 'If it takes seven years to play for Scotland, I don't care'
Edinburgh's new South African prop Pierre Schoeman pledges to work tirelessly to represent Scotland, no matter how long it takes.
Scottish Gossip: Celtic, Edouard, Rangers, Skrtel, Gerrard, Scotland, McLeish, Hearts, Dundee
Celtic have a 31 May deadline to pay a club-record £10m for Odsonne Edouard, as Rangers are close to signing Martin Skrtel.
'Tradition and prejudice'
Six women fought against tradition and prejudice to win the right for women to be ordained as Kirk ministers.
Promising footballer Colin McNair has been speaking to BBC Scotland about how he slipped into a world of drugs.
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Rahul Pradeep always longed to be a dancer - now a Scottish ballet school is making his dream come true.
How a positive pregnancy test changed everything for a homeless heroin addict.
The Scottish coastal town at the centre of the linoleum industry for over 100 years.
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