MoD 'to lose' environment powers
The Ministry of Defence will lose powers for environmental regulation on radioactivity in Scotland, under Scottish government plans.
Carney says RBS move a 'possibility'
The governor of the Bank of England tells MPs it is "a distinct possibility" that RBS would have to relocate to England if Scotland votes for independence.
Faulty implants end women's sex life
Two women who were severely injured by commonly-used surgical implants have revealed their stories ahead of mass legal action against the manufacturer.
Lockerbie bombing Iran link claimed
A documentary claims to have uncovered fresh evidence that Iran, not Libya, ordered the bombing of Pan Am flight 103 over Lockerbie in December 1988.
Road deaths 'may have been avoided'
A fatal accident inquiry hears the deaths of two students hit by a car in Glasgow may have been avoided if the driver had told the truth.
Teen freed in Mortal Kombat probe
A teenager arrested after two boys were treated in hospital after taking what may have been Mortal Combat tablets is released by police.
Woman sues over seagull swoop injury
A woman who claims she was injured when a seagull swooped at her during her lunch-break sues the owners of the building where she worked.
Pair deny Ecclefechan murder charge
Two men go on trial in Glasgow accused of murdering a father-of-two in a south of Scotland village last summer.
Council to send out 'No vote' letter
The Labour-led Aberdeen City Council administration is to press ahead with sending out letters endorsing a "No" vote in the independence referendum.
Hospital 'must improve' elderly care
A Fife hospital is still providing poor care to older people despite being criticised in a report last year, according to inspectors.
Naval base workers in pay strike
Hundreds of workers at the Faslane and Coulport naval bases on the Clyde take part in a mass walkout over pay.
Cycle plan for upgraded A9 'a mess'
The Scottish Greens are describing the planned provision of cycle routes on the A9 between Perth and Inverness as "a mess".
Power cut hits north west Highlands
The electricity supply to more than 2,000 properties in parts of the north west Highlands is off due to a fault.
Concerns over patent law changes
There is concern inventors and designers based in Scotland could lose out because of Europe-wide changes to patent laws.
Passenger numbers rise at airports
Passenger numbers at Scotland's three main airports rose last month, according to new figures.
Girl, 14, charged after school fire
A 14-year-old girl is arrested and charged after a fire broke out at a disused Aberdeen school.
Channel 4 gets licence renewal
Ofcom has renewed Channel 4's licence for another 10 years but says the channel needs to increase its output in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Borders left with one traffic warden
BBC Scotland learns that only one traffic warden is left working across the whole of the Scottish Borders.
Cat food found laced with 'poison'
Cat food laced with suspected poison is found in Fife.
Shorter Christmas school break plan
Children in Edinburgh may get a far shorter Christmas break in 2016 and 2017, according to the council's plan for school holidays.
Child-killer mother found dead
An American woman who killed her three children in Edinburgh is found dead in a secure hospital in Nottinghamshire.
Engineering firm bought in £38m deal
Engineering firm Motherwell Bridge is bought by the industrial services group Cape plc for almost £38m.
Obesity 'link to lower exam results'
A study involving two Scottish universities suggests obesity in adolescent girls is linked with lower academic attainment.
A82 closed after lorry crashes
Police are warning that a long stretch of the A82 could be closed for sometime after a lorry crashed.
Isles chocolate business shut down
Social enterprise Hebridean Chocolates is closed down with the loss of six jobs and two voluntary posts.
Climber hurt in Ben Nevis avalanche
A climber is receiving treatment in hospital in Fort William after being caught in an avalanche on Ben Nevis.
VIDEO: Johansson: 'Not a nudist by nature'
Scarlett Johansson describes her latest film role as an alien in the adaptation of Michel Faber's book Under The Skin
Outdoor spaces to get £400,000 boost
Parks, gardens and roads in Aberdeen are to have £400,000 spent on them thanks to an under-spend, the council says.
Date for Super Puma FAI findings
The findings of a fatal accident inquiry into the circumstances of the 2009 Super Puma helicopter crash will be delivered later this week.
New Aberdeen fire engines to be red
New fire engines in the north east of Scotland are be coloured red rather than the current white, the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service confirms.
Bid to cut young driver death rate
A two-year programme hopes to reduce the number of young people being killed and seriously injured on roads in the Scottish Borders.
Jewel haul worth 'many thousands'
Police say jewellery worth "many thousands of pounds" has been taken from a house in a Dumfries and Galloway village.
Bank worker dies on holiday in Spain
An Edinburgh bank worker dies after falling from the balcony of a hotel while on holiday in Spain.
Dundee retail centre sold for £125m
Commercial property firm Land Securities sells the Overgate shopping centre in Dundee to Legal & General Property for just over £125m.
Vote 'will not affect Grangemouth'
The result of the independence referendum will not make a difference to the future of the Grangemouth oil refinery, according to its boss.
Teenager hurt after car hits tree
A teenage boy is seriously injured after the car he was travelling in left the road and crashed into a tree in Angus.
Drug seizures fall by 3% in Scotland
Scottish police forces make 766 fewer drug seizures in 2012/13 than in 2011/12, according to new figures.
White Paper costs rises to £1.25m
More than 100,000 copies of the Scottish government's White Paper have been ordered since its release, at a cost of £1.25m.
Digital gets £6.6m to attract jobs
Scotland's digital sector given £6.6m by the Scottish government in a bid to attract up to 11,000 jobs and boost training
Co-op accepts chief's resignation
The Co-operative Group accepts the resignation of chief executive Euan Sutherland, and names his replacement as chief financial officer Richard Pennycook.
Banks 'hindering' small businesses
Small businesses may still be getting a raw deal from their banks, according to the Office of Fair Trading.
Sales growth for hospital IT firm
Hospital IT firm Craneware reports a rise in profits and says the US healthcare market shows signs of "settling".
Scots discipline must improve - Brown
Captain Kelly Brown wants to see Scotland reduce their penalty count in the final Six Nations encounter away to Wales.
McCoist not fearing for Rangers job
Rangers' Ally McCoist is more concerned about winning the League One title than criticism from the club's fans.
Maguire to leave Scots for UK role
Scotland will be seeking a fourth director of athletics coaching in five years when Stephen Maguire joins British Athletics.
Ceann-là tòiseachaidh air ainmeachadh
Chaidh innse gun tòisich an MV Loch Seaforth air an t-slighe eadar Steòrnabhagh is Ulapul air an 8mh là den t-Sultain.
Caidreachas nan Gnìomhachasan Beaga sna h-Eileanan
Meur nan Eilean Siar de Chaidreachas nan Gnìomhachasan Beaga ga ath-bheothachadh.
Leisgeul ga iarraidh bho Westminster
Prìomh Mhinistear na h-Alba ag iarraidh leisgeul agus mìneachadh bho Dhaibhidh Camshron, mu mar nach do dh'innseadh do mhinistearan Albannach mu aodion rèidio-beò aig Dùnrath ann an 2012.
VIDEO: Scottish Parliament
Plans announced to give SEPA greater powers to regulate MOD radioactivity in Scotland.
VIDEO: Was Iran linked to Lockerbie bombing?
A documentary claims to have new evidence that the Lockerbie bombing was ordered by Iran and not Libya.
AUDIO: Obesity affects teen girls at school
A new study by academics shows that obesity in teenage girls can lead to lower academic achievement.
VIDEO: Concern over changes to patent law
Legal experts claim inventors and designers based in Scotland could lose out under changes to patent rules.
VIDEO: Women warn of incontinence implants
Two women who have been damaged by a commonly used surgical implant have spoken of their ordeal to the BBC before mass legal action.
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