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Thousands join climate change march
Thousands of people march in Edinburgh to demand that the Scottish and UK governments act to prevent climate change.
Boy 'critical' after being hit by car
A nine-year-old boy is in a critical condition after being hit by a car outside a school in the Highlands.
Anti-racism march welcomes refugees
An anti-racism march in Glasgow sends out a message that refugees are welcome in Scotland.
Ajax fans in 'assaults and bar attacks'
Ajax fans are thought to be responsible for a major disturbance in Glasgow on Thursday before their team's Europa League game against Celtic.
Anti-terror plans 'updated' after Paris
Anti-terrorism police in Scotland have reviewed and updated their training and planning in the wake of the Paris attacks, officers reveal.
Man jailed after shotgun incident
A man who shot through the bedroom window of his ex-girlfriend's Edinburgh home after she split up with him is jailed for seven-and-a-half years.
Black Friday shoppers 'move online'
There was little sign of a Black Friday shopping frenzy on the high streets as Scots appeared to turn to the internet for bargains.
Scots look for energetic performance
Coach Anna Signeul is confident Scotland will be much fresher against Macedonia on Sunday than they were in Skopje.
Alliance Trust chairwoman to leave board
Alliance Trust chairwoman Karin Forseke is to step down from the board of the Dundee-based company from 1 January.
Black Friday flop and Labour MPs revolt
Black Friday branded a flop in Scotland after shoppers go online, and Labour MPs revolt against Corbyn.
Margaret Thatcher's legacy in Scotland
Why does a leader who left officer a quarter-century ago still provoke such strong opinions in Scotland?
Two women charged with man's murder
Two women are to stand trial charged with murdering and robbing a man in his Edinburgh flat.
Museum theft coins worth about £20,000
Police investigating the theft of three antique coins from a museum reveal they are worth about £20,000.
Boy indecently assaulted at bus stop
A 14-year-old boy is indecently assaulted by a man while waiting at a bus stop with friends in Edinburgh.
Rangers to pay Sports Direct loan
Rangers reverse a decision not to pay back a £5m loan from shareholder Mike Ashley's Sports Direct retail firm.
Three youths arrested over stabbings
Three youths, aged 15 and 16, have been arrested over the stabbing of four teenagers in Clydebank.
Illegal snare plea after cat loses leg
An animal charity issues a warning about illegal snares after a family cat lost its leg in East Ayrshire.
Lifeboats go to aid of cargo ship
Lifeboat crews go to aid of a cargo ship after it breaks down in the Pentland Firth while en route to Iceland.
Most snow patches counted in 21 years
Seventy-three patches of snow have survived on Scotland's hills from last winter - the most for 21 years, according to a man who counts them.
Ideas set out for castle's future
Various ideas set out for potential future uses of Inverness Castle, including museum space and self-catering accommodation.
Workers taken off Shell platform
Almost 30 workers are airlifted from Shell's Brent Charlie oil platform, 116 miles north east of Lerwick in Shetland, after a power failure.
Man airlifted after harbour fall
A man is airlifted to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary hospital after falling about 30ft from an embankment at Cove harbour.
VIDEO: Opera world premiere for Lerwick
An opera sung in the Shetland dialect has its world premiere in the Shetland town of Lerwick.
Police probe after body found in street
Police are treating the death of man as "unexplained" after his body was found in a lane in Galashiels.
Regeneration plan for mining heartland
Plans for a multi-million pound regeneration of a former coal mining heartland in the south-west of Scotland are unveiled.
Tidal energy plan for Solway Firth
Plans are drawn up for a multi-million pound tidal energy project which could link the south-west of Scotland with Cumbria.
Move to community care for elderly
A "new model" of care which will see elderly people looked after in the community rather than in hospital is being launched in a Perthshire town.
Minecraft star to deliver RSE lecture
YouTube and Minecraft legend Stampy Cat is to deliver a lecture in front of 2,000 schoolchildren in Dundee.
Contract dispute delays air route plans
A contractual dispute is holding up plans to launch a new air route between Dundee and Amsterdam.
VIDEO: Scottish Parliament
Nicola Sturgeon takes questions from opposition party leaders, during first minister's questions.
Scottish Greens re-elect co-convener
Maggie Chapman maintains her position as co-convener of the Scottish Green Party, following a leadership election.
Key Syria questions 'remain unanswered'
The SNP says it will not support air strikes in Syria unless the prime minister is able to address "key questions" that "remain unanswered".
Green light for £330m hub projects
Scotland's finance secretary John Swinney gives the go-ahead for 12 new capital investment projects worth £330m.
Clydesdale flotation plans confirmed
Clydesdale Bank's Australian owners confirm they are pressing ahead with plans to float the bank on the stock market in February.
Logistics specialist buys Oban Express
Logistics provider Menzies Distribution buys parcel delivery business Oban Express for an undisclosed sum.
Growth of 0.5% confirmed for UK
The UK economy grew by 0.5% in the third quarter of the year, official figures have confirmed, dragged down by a widening trade gap.
Rangers 4-0 St Mirren
Rangers overcome fellow Scottish Championship side St Mirren to book a place in the Petrofac Training Cup final.
Scotland thrash PNG in opening game
Scotland open their ICC Women's World T20 Qualifier campaign with an eight-wicket win over Papua New Guinea
Aberdeen v Ross County
The hosts are likely to be without captain Ryan Jack as goalkeeper Scott Fox closes in on a return for County.
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VIDEO: Library books funding cut by £1m
Scottish councils cut spending on library books by nearly £1m, according to figures obtained by BBC Scotland.
VIDEO: Woman's 80th birthday toy bank appeal
A Glasgow woman celebrates her 80th birthday by asking for donations for a new toy bank instead of gifts for herself.
VIDEO: Former first minister meets schoolboy mimic
Alex Salmond meets the schoolboy who has made a name for himself by mimicking the former first minister.
VIDEO: Sturgeon lets off steam over heckling MSP
A remark by Nicola Sturgeon about a Labour MSP is picked up on an open microphone at the end of first minister's questions.
The fabulous history of gay Scotland
The fabulous history of gay Scotland
A selection of your photos of Scotland sent in between 20 and 27 November
Surf and turf in football off-season
What do female international footballers do when the season ends?
Banking on generous toy donations
Toy bank aims to give disadvantaged children in Glasgow a happy Christmas
Irish 'tunnel tigers' feat commemorated
The Irish workers who set a world record for rock breaking in Scotland