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Apology after air ambulance sent to Shetland instead of Orkney
NHS Grampian apologises after an air ambulance meant to air lift a sick baby to Aberdeen was sent to Shetland instead of Orkney.
Partner of Scot held in Indian jail raises safety concerns
The partner of a Scottish man held with other UK nationals in jail in India on firearms charges says she fears for his life.
Sheepdog missing for 12 days is rescued from gorge near Fort William
A sheepdog that went missing 12 days ago is rescued from a gorge where it was spotted from a train passing on a nearby railway line.
Corrie Mckeague: Sixty tonnes of waste a day searched for airman
The search for missing Corrie Mckeague at a landfill site has so far taken three weeks.
Pensioner Archibald Shaw jailed for sexually abusing children
A pensioner is jailed for raping an 11-year-old girl and attempting to rape a 10-year-old in the 1980s.
Police investigate sudden death of Perth woman
Police are investigating the sudden death of a woman in her 50s in Perth.
Two children in hospital after flat fire in Whitburn
Two children are taken to hospital following a fire at a flat in Whitburn.
Strike action begins at Faslane and Coulport naval bases
Civilian staff at the Faslane and Coulport naval bases begin a series of strikes in a dispute over workers' rights.
Discovery of rusty sword-like object in Orkney investigated
The discovery of a rusty sword-like weapon by an eight-year-old schoolboy in Orkney is being investigated by experts.
Scottish government to fund three IVF cycles on NHS
The Scottish government is to fund three cycles of IVF treatment for eligible couples.
Lassie comes home as ospreys reunite at Loch of the Lowes reserve
A female osprey is reunited with her mate at the Scottish Wildlife Trust’s Loch of the Lowes reserve in Perthshire.
Search called off for bridge fall man
A major search operation for a 25-year-old man who fell from the Queens Bridge in Perth is called off.
Armed police patrols increased
Police Scotland step up patrols, including armed officers, for "reassurance and community engagement".
Call to save funding for jogging programme
Scotland's governing body for athletics says the Scottish Government should reinstate funding for its successful community programme "JogScotland".
Holyrood's presiding officer suspends debate following Westminster attack
Holyrood's presiding officer Ken Macintosh suspends debate following an suspected terrorist incident at Westminster.
Politicians debate timing of second referendum
A BBC Scotland TV debate asks if Prime Minister Theresa May should be allowed to delay a Scottish independence referendum because of Brexit?
Married couple swap military role
Lt Col Gill Wilkinson was commanding officer of 154 (Scottish) Regiment Royal Logistic Corps but now her husband Lt Col Alan Wilkinson has taken her place.
Robots could transform healthcare and emergency response
A healthcare revolution is being predicted after the Edinburgh Centre for Robotics received new funding.
Avengers land in Edinburgh for Infinity War film shoot
Avengers filming in Edinburgh is thought to be Scotland's biggest ever movie project
Wild Film Festival Scotland gets under way in Dumfries
A new festival celebrating the very best wildlife film and photography gets under way in Dumfries.
Scotland's papers: Solidarity and defiance follow terror
Scotland's front pages carry stories of "solidarity" and "defiance" after the London terror attacks.
Your pictures 10 and 17 March
A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 10 and 17 March.
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A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 3 and 10 March.
Your pictures: 24 Feb - 3 Mar
A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 24 February and 3 March.
Your pictures: 17 - 24 Feb
A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 17 and 24 February.
Scotland v Slovenia: Boo us if we're rubbish, says assistant Mark McGhee
Assistant manager Mark McGhee urges Scotland fans to turn up for the key meeting with Slovenia but says they will be entitled to be critical of a poor display.
Scottish Gossip: Rangers, Sports Direct, Mark McGhee, Scotland, Stoke, Hearts, Falkirk, Motherwell
Four former Rangers players have been reportedly interviewed for a coaching role as Aaron Hughes closes on a new Hearts deal.
Scotland call up Jack Hamilton as goalkeeper David Marshall withdraws
Hull goalkeeper David Marshall is out of the Scotland squad for Sunday's World Cup qualifier against Slovenia.
Six Nations: Scotland's Stuart Hogg voted player of the championship again
Scotland full-back Stuart Hogg wins the public vote for Six Nations player of the championship for the second year running.
Your pictures of Scotland
A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 17 and 24 March.
A synthetic skin for prosthetics limbs that can generate its own energy from solar power has been developed by engineers from Glasgow University.
Talking terrorism with kids
In the wake of the Westminster attacks, we ask how should we explain terrorism to children?
'Our mother in faith'
A little-known Scottish missionary continues to inspire million of Kenyans almost 70 years after her death.
A Scottish couple made an unusual bit of British military history when the wife handed over command of an Army unit to her husband.