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First US shale gas arrives at Ineos plant in Scotland
The first shipment of US shale gas is arriving in Scotland amid fierce debate about the future of fracking in the UK.
Huge drop in oil and gas jobs since 2014
The number of jobs relying on the UK's offshore oil and gas sector has fallen by more than quarter in the past two years, according to an industry report.
Scotland's papers: Labour warning and police 'crisis'
A warning that Labour could be "killed off" in Scotland and police shortages delaying arrests are two stories on Scotland's front pages.
Sturgeon to link Brexit to austerity in London speech
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is to tell business leaders that UK austerity policies were partly behind the Brexit vote.
Work to begin on £70m community hospital in East Lothian
Work on the new £70m East Lothian Community Hospital is to start in October.
May: Brexit will 'enhance' Scotland's global standing
Prime Minister Theresa May claims that Brexit will "enhance" Scotland's standing in the world through free trade.
Passengers unable to leave Inverness Airport terminal
Passengers were unable to leave a Scottish airport after arriving on a flight from Amsterdam due to a staffing problem at passport control.
Man on trial over Dunblane bin lorry death
The trial begins of a bin lorry driver accused of causing the death of an 80-year-old wheelchair user by dangerous driving.
Kezia Dugdale reaffirms 50p tax pledge in conference speech
Scottish Labour Leader Kezia Dugdale reaffirms her support for an increase in income tax in Scotland during a party conference speech.
Brian McKandie murder: Case features on Crimewatch
The murder of a 67-year-old man at his home in Aberdeenshire features on BBC One's Crimewatch.
Two charged after Aberdeen versus Rangers game
Two people are charged for alleged offences in connection with the football match between Aberdeen and Rangers on Sunday.
Woman killed in tree crash in West Lothian is named
A 47-year-old woman who died after her car hit a tree in West Lothian is named.
Driver found guilty of A952 Mintlaw death crash charge
A motorist is found guilty of causing the death of a man by driving carelessly on an Aberdeenshire road.
Motherwell, Greenock and Arbroath are 'most affordable commuter towns'
Motherwell, Greenock and Arbroath are Scotland's most affordable commuter towns, according to a banking survey.
Gang leader Alexander Donnelly ordered to hand over cash
A leader of a Glasgow drugs gang is ordered to hand over £52,000 in earnings from crime.
Stranded cadets 'could leave Hanjin vessel on Wednesday'
Four sea cadets stranded onboard a container vessel in the South China Sea could finally set foot on dry land later this week.
Doctors at NHS Grampian cleared of wrongdoing
Eight senior doctors - including the Queen's former surgeon - are cleared of wrongdoing after a series of investigations said to have cost £5m.
Kezia Dugdale promises to vote against any indyref2 plan
Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale says she will vote against any proposal for a second independence referendum.
Brian McKandie murder appeal: 'Someone knows what happened'
The brother of murdered pensioner Brian McKandie is to appeal on Crimewatch saying: "Someone knows what happened."
Kezia Dugdale confident of more power for Scottish Labour
Kezia Dugdale says proposals to give the more power to the Scottish Labour Party are "the right thing for the whole party".
MV Hebrides: Woman watched ferry collide with harbour wall
A woman who was waiting to board a passenger ferry tells how she watched it crash into a harbour wall in North Uist.
The perils of tweaking Scotland's council tax
The pros and cons of abolishing, tweaking or replacing Scotland's council tax.
Hen harrier nest study reveals findings
A research project is trying to find out why so many hen harrier nest sites fail in Scotland.
Kezia Dugdale on Corbyn's re-election as Labour leader
Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale says a UK party led by Jeremy Corbyn can win a general election
Maeshowe Neolithic burial cairn in Orkney to stay open
A Neolithic Orkney burial cairn is to stay open to the public thanks to a shuttle bus service from Thursday aimed at addressing road safety concerns.
First woman completes all UK's 'Marilyn' hills
A hillwalker from Cumbria becomes the first woman to complete all of the UK's "Marilyns" - hills with a drop of at least 150m on all sides.
Your pictures: 9-16 Sept
A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 9 and 16 September.
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All you need to know about sending in photographs for our weekly gallery.
Your pictures: 2 to 9 Sept
A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 2 and 9 September.
Your pictures: 26 Aug - 2 Sept
A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 26 August and 2 September.
Your pictures 19 - 26 August
A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 19 and 26 August.
Craig Gordon: Celtic keeper hopes Brendan Rodgers homework pays off
Craig Gordon hopes extra work on what Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers requires will pay off if he wins his starting spot back.
Scottish Gossip: Celtic, Manchester City, St Mirren, Rangers
Man City's John Stones and Bacary Sagna cannot wait to experience the Celtic Park atmosphere...
Celtic v Man City: Brendan Rodgers says his side will be aggressive
Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers says the Bhoys will be "aggressive" when they face Man City in the Uefa Champions League.
Arnold Palmer dies at 87: Colin Montgomerie thanks golfing great for career
Colin Montgomerie says he has the late Arnold Palmer to thank as the Scot wins his latest tournament on the seniors tour.
A selection of images from the weekend's Loch Ness Marathon and Festival of Running.
Hundreds of people take part in a gruelling race challenge at Banchory in Aberdeenshire.
Your pictures of Scotland
A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 16 and 23 September.
The Scottish Parliament's voting system has come under scrutiny after a missing vote saved the government from defeat. So how does it work?
A bit different
A quick glance through the visitors' book at the Glasgow Women's Library is testament to its global reach as it celebrates its 25th anniversary, reports Gillian Sharpe.
Historic Scotland is hoping to raise the profile of architect Peter Womersley whose works are found all over Scotland - but who is largely unknown by the wider public.
Re-writing the rules
Scottish Labour will become "fully autonomous" under proposed reforms, Kezia Dugdale claims. But what does this mean?