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Co-driver dies in island rally crash
A co-driver has died and a driver has been seriously injured at a car rally on the isle of Mull.
Singer-songwriter Jim Diamond dies
Glasgow-born singer-songwriter Jim Diamond, who had hits including I Should Have Known Better, has died aged 64.
Samoa 33-36 Scotland
Scotland will play Australia in the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals after a pulsating triumph over Samoa at St James' Park.
Two rescued after microlight ditches
Two people are rescued after their microlight aircraft ditched in the Cromarty Firth just west of Invergordon.
Nurse in Ebola scare still 'serious'
Nurse Pauline Cafferkey remains in a "serious condition" after being readmitted to the isolation unit where she was previously treated for Ebola.
Harvie urges 'turn Scotland Green'
The economy and climate change are priorities for the Scottish Greens, Patrick Harvie tells its conference.
Death crash driver 'may not have known'
Police say a driver involved in a fatal collision in Edinburgh may not have realised they had struck someone.
Emergency phone service restored
The 999 emergency service is restored in the far north of Scotland and Orkney, after being out of action for much of the day.
Hopes of opening fire-hit ice centre
The world's largest indoor ice climbing facility could open later this year after being closed by a fire.
New wind farm plan being developed
Landowners and developers are examining the possibility of building 20 wind turbines in the south of Scotland.
Ebola nurse 'serious' and Red Road demolition
The Scottish Ebola nurse back in hospital and the demolition of the Red Road flats in Glasgow feature on the front pages of Scotland's newspapers..
Astrophysicist wins porridge prize
An astrophysics postgraduate student wins the 22nd annual World Porridge Making Championship in Carrbridge.
Guard wall tackles castle rock danger
A new permanent structure is to be built under Edinburgh Castle to guard against the danger of rock falls.
MP will not face parliamentary probe
Westminster's standards watchdog will not be investigating allegations surrounding property deals linked to the MP Michelle Thomson.
Woman pushed down station escalator
A woman in Edinburgh was knocked unconscious after being deliberately pushed down an escalator at Waverley Station.
Trial set over alleged nursery assaults
A Fife nursery worker is ordered to stand trial accused of assaulting a toddler by holding him upside down, bursting blood vessels around his eyes.
Killer's drug gang jailed for 50 years
A drugs gang convicted of distributing large amounts of heroin across Scotland are jailed for a total of almost 50 years.
Ice Age tools unearthed by hungry pigs
Archaeologists find the earliest dated evidence of human activity in Scotland - with the help of a herd of pigs.
Glasgow crowned UK Airport of the Year
Glasgow Airport wins its second major award this year, after being crowned UK Airport of the Year at the National Transport Awards
Two drug users treated for botulism
Two injecting drug users are being treated in hospital for suspected botulism, it is confirmed.
Rise in passengers at regional airports
The operator of Scotland's 11 regional airports handled more than 1.4 million passengers in the 12 months to March 2015, according to its annual report.
Lib Dems win Highland by-election
The Liberal Democrats win a by-election in Highland Council's Aird and Loch Ness ward.
Rescuers and dogs in new search
Glencoe Mountain Rescue Team and a police dog unit are to make a fresh search of Glen Coe for missing hillwalker Robin Garton.
Student cleared of terror charges
An Aberdeen student speaks of his relief and being cleared of terrorism offences following a long-running trial.
Shellfish processor sold for £100m
Macduff Shellfish Group is being snapped up by a Canadian seafood firm in a deal worth nearly £100m.
CCTV released over serious assault
Police investigating a serious assault at an Aberdeen nightclub release CCTV images of a man they want to trace.
Flood warning scheme for Solway coast
Hundreds of people and businesses along the Solway coast are invited to sign up for a new early flood warning scheme.
Police in hunt for cereal offenders
A trailer loaded with more than nine tonnes of breakfast cereal bars is stolen from a lorry park in the south-west of Scotland.
Warning over increased care costs
Scottish Borders Council is warned the increasing expense of caring for vulnerable people could cost it an extra £1.5m this year.
Missing man was killed in lodge fire
A missing 26-year-old from Aberdeen was killed in a fire at a holiday lodge near Dundee, police confirm.
Tenth patient in E. coli outbreak
A tenth person is diagnosed with the same strain of E. coli O157 in a Scottish outbreak linked with raw venison.
Warning over health board finances
Audit Scotland issues a warning to MSPs about financial problems faced by NHS24, NHS Tayside and NHS Highland.
VIDEO: Scottish Parliament
Nicola Sturgeon takes questions from opposition party leaders, during first minister's questions.
New law over baby ashes scandals
New legislation on burials and cremations is proposed by the Scottish government in response to the baby ashes scandals.
New law to tackle 'revenge porn'
A bill to tackle the rise of so-called "revenge porn" and domestic abuse is published by the Scottish government.
Corbyn praises social enterprise
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn urges a shake up in the economy to give more support to businesses that operate in the wider interests of the community.
Viridor selected for £700m waste plan
Viridor is selected as preferred bidder for a £700m contract to process household waste for a consortium of Scottish councils.
UK construction output drops in August
UK construction output fell sharply in August but the UK's trade deficit narrowed, official figures show.
Ithaca boosted by Israeli investment
Plans by oil and gas firm Ithaca Energy to pursue opportunities in the North Sea are boosted by a $66m investment from an Israeli group.
Gibraltar v Scotland
James McArthur is among five withdrawals from Scotland's squad for Sunday's match against Gibraltar
Cotter hails 'outstanding' Laidlaw
Head coach Vern Cotter lauds the "outstanding" Greig Laidlaw after Scotland reach the World Cup quarter-finals.
Australia 15-6 Wales
Australia top World Cup Pool A with a 15-6 victory over Wales, who now face South Africa in the quarter-finals.
"Dìth mhisneachd" an cnap-stara mòr
Teachdaireachd Cheann-suidhe a' Chomuinn Ghàidhealaich aig fosgladh a' Mhòid Nàiseanta Rìoghail anns an Òban.
CalMac a' cumail taic ris a' Mhòd
Caledonian Mac a' Bhriuthainn ag ràdh gun cùm iad taic-airgid ris a' Mhòd Nàiseanta Rìoghail an ath-bhliadhna fiù 's mura glèidh iad cùmhnant ùr nan seirbheisean aiseig.
Tosgaire na Gàidhlig air ainmeachadh
An t-Àrd-Oll. Boyd Robasdan air ainmeachadh mar Thosgaire na Gàidhlig aig a' Mhòd Nàiseanta Rìoghail anns an Òban.
VIDEO: Military plane transports nurse
Scottish nurse Pauline Cafferkey, who contracted Ebola last December, has been flown to hospital in London after falling ill again.
VIDEO: St Kilda makes global 'abandoned' list
Abandoned Scottish island community of St Kilda is given global recognition in new publication.
VIDEO: First Minister's 'regrets' over MP
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon expresses her regret that one of the MPs elected in the SNP landslide in May is at the centre of a row over her business dealings.
VIDEO: Rescued yachtsman speaks of his ordeal
Rescued yachtsman Julian Mustoe, 82, speaks of his ordeal
VIDEO: 'What you have done is cruel'
A sheriff tells a woman who tried to extort money from a mother and daughter who died in an apparent suicide pact that she was responsible for a "complex web of deceit and lies".
AUDIO: The Great Wizard of the North
Aberdeen magician John Henry Anderson delighted 19th century audiences with his showmanship, inspiring Harry Houdini along the way.
VIDEO: How angels inspire heavenly art
What is it about angels? Pauline McLean looks at how traditions have inspired heavenly creations down the ages.
The part played by Scots women in the battle for the vote
A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 2 and 9 October
Profile: Ebola nurse Pauline Cafferkey
A profile of nurse Pauline Cafferkey, who contracted Ebola in Sierra Leone
What are the risks of Ebola recurring?
What are the risks of Ebola recurring?
Whisky growth gives southern comfort
Whisky producers going against the grain
Riba Stirling Prize 2015: Maggie's Lanarkshire
Maggie's Centre shortlisted for architecture prize