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Campaigns step up with 10 days to go
Scotland's political parties are continuing to appeal for votes as the general election campaign period enters its final full week.
'Death star' welcomes first patients
The UK's newest hospital, the £842m South Glasgow University Hospital, welcomes its first patients later.
Memorial for anti-war campaigners
A memorial to those who campaigned against the Great War more than a century ago is to be unveiled in Glasgow.
More snow forecast for Scotland
Further snow showers and low temperatures forecast for parts of Scotland.
Antibiotics resistance action urged
Scientists at the University of Edinburgh call for urgent co-ordinated action to tackle the problem of growing resistance to antibiotics.
Scots caught up in Nepal earthquake
A number of Scots are known to be caught up in the aftermath of the earthquake that hit the Everest region on Saturday.
Murdered student's body brought home
The body of Irish student Karen Buckley, who was murdered in Glasgow earlier this month, is brought home to County Cork.
Emergency services battle house fire
Emergency crews are dealing with a "serious" house fire at a property in Clousta in Shetland.
Man arrested after child 'abduction'
A 39-year-old man is arrested following an incident involving a child in Bonnybridge in central Scotland.
Snow and freezing conditions return
Snow and freezing temperatures return to parts of Scotland after people across the country enjoy sunny spells.
Sturgeon: Miliband 'will change tune'
Nicola Sturgeon says Ed Miliband "will have to change his tune" on 8 May after saying Labour would not do a deal with the SNP.
Campaigning continues in Scotland
Scotland's political parties continue to put their key messages to voters ahead of the general election.
Our look at this morning's newspapers
Row over second referendum warning
Labour and the SNP clash on the issue of a second independence referendum as general election campaigning continues in Scotland.
Thousands pedal on parliament
Thousands of people from across Scotland converge on Holyrood in the fourth annual Pedal on Parliament event.
Scots role at Gallipoli remembered
A commemorative service is held in Edinburgh to mark the 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli landings during World War One.
Funeral for baby boy found on path
A funeral service for the remains of a baby found on a path near an Edinburgh cemetery almost two years ago is to be held.
Appeal over 'dangerous' missing man
Police appeal for help in tracing an ex prisoner whom they have described as potentially dangerous.
Labour candidate gets 'death threat'
A senior Scottish Labour politician has had a death threat left on his answering machine, the party says.
Expert in search for murdered girl
A geoforensics expert is enlisted to help find the remains of Lanarkshire schoolgirl Moira Anderson who has been missing since 1957.
Visits to hospital remain suspended
All visits to the biggest hospital in the Highlands remain suspended after four wards and about 30 patients are affected by norovirus.
Top gear: Etape Loch Ness images
Images from the Etape Loch Ness which was held on Sunday for a second year but on a bigger scale than 2014's inaugural event.
Irish series wins Celtic drama award
Irish TV series Love/Hate trumps BBC shows Sherlock, Bannan and Shetland to be named Best Drama at the Celtic Media Festival in Inverness.
Inverness CT 1-2 Aberdeen
Aberdeen roar back from behind to beat Inverness and cement a top two spot in the Scottish Premiership.
Cocaine found after boat boarded
Cocaine is found on board a boat which was intercepted by the Royal Navy and the Border Force in the North Sea.
Man injured after being hit by car
A 47-year-old male pedestrian is being treated for serious injuries after he was hit by a car in Elgin in Moray.
House scheme could cut council costs
A housing project could cut £2m-a-year costs of sending people with learning disabilities to supported homes outside Dumfries and Galloway.
Village housing bid seeks approval
Plans for a sizeable housing development on the edge of the Berwickshire village of Gavinton are being recommended for approval.
Man killed in van crash named
A man has died following a one-vehicle crash involving a van near Lauder in the Borders, police say.
Arrest over car after man's death
A 30-year-old is arrested in connection with the disappearance of a car linked with the suspicious death of man.
Suspected chemical leak at building
Emergency services are the scene of a suspected chemical leak at a commercial premises in Dundee.
Man with head injury found in street
A 45-year-old man is in a serious condition in hospital after being found with a head wound in an Alloa Street.
VIDEO: Scottish Parliament
Think tank analysis of party manifestos dominates early exchanges at Holyrood's FMQs.
Clegg: No 'unstable' coalition deals
Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg says he would not join any coalition government after the election that was "held hostage" by UKIP or the SNP.
PM sets out 'English votes' timetable
Proposals for "English votes for English laws" would be in place for the first Budget of a Conservative government, David Cameron is to say.
Funeral for former MSP Tom McCabe
Senior figures from Scottish politics attend a funeral service for former Labour MSP and minister Tom McCabe who died last week.
Government reduces Lloyds stake
The government sells more shares in Lloyds, raising about £586m and taking its stake in the bank to below 21%.
Nine Scots billionaires on rich list
Scotland now has a record nine billionaires, according to a new study in a Sunday newspaper.
Wind power firm in £30m funding deal
A Glasgow-based renewable energy firm plans to develop wind turbine schemes across the UK after signing a £30m funding deal.
Dundee United 0-3 Celtic
Leigh Griffiths' hat-trick against Dundee United takes Celtic eight points clear at the top of the Premiership.
Five up for BBC Women's player award
The five names in contention for the BBC inaugural Women's Footballer of the Year award are revealed.
Panathinaikos keep eye on Wilson
Greek Super League club Panathinaikos express an interest in departing Hearts captain and defender Danny Wilson.
Casg fhathst aig an Ràthaig Mhòr
Luchd-tadhail fhathast air an casg bho Ospadal an Ràthaig Mhòir an Inbhir Nis, ri linn Noro-Bhìorais.
Fear a thuit bho thogalach air a leòn
Poilis a' sgrùdadh às dèidh mar a thuit duine bho thogalach ann an Steòrnabhagh.
Drochaid a bu chòir, seach fosgladh
Tè a bha iomadh bliadhna na comhairliche an Uibhist ag ràdh gum bu chòir drochaid ùr a chur thar na Fadhla a Deas, seach fosgladh eile a chur sa chabhsair a th' ann.
VIDEO: UK's newest hospital opens its doors
The UK's newest hospital, the South Glasgow University Hospital, is opening its doors to patients.
VIDEO: Miliband rules out deal with SNP
Labour's Ed Miliband rules out any deal with the SNP if no party wins an overall majority at the election.
VIDEO: Labour SNP government 'alarming'
Boris Johnson, has said that voters would find it "deeply alarming" if Labour did a post election deal with the SNP.
VIDEO: English votes on English laws row
David Cameron's plan for English votes for English laws causes controversy among the political parties in Scotland.
VIDEO: TUSC launches anti-austerity manifesto
The Scottish Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) launches its election manifesto with a call for a £10 an hour minimum wage.
VIDEO: Tributes to WWI Gallipoli campaign
Events are taking place to mark the 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli landings during World War One.
VIDEO: CCTV released in rape case appeal
Police investigating the rape of woman in South Lanarkshire release CCTV footage of a man they want to trace.
VIDEO: Ponies could help allergy sufferers
A study of Shetland ponies may offer help in developing a vaccine for people who suffer from allergies.
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Switching arguments over who gets to govern
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Is Scotland a cycle-friendly country?
Is Scotland on road to becoming cycle-friendly country?
Scots polls suggest 'revolution'
John Curtice on why Scottish polls suggest a potential 'revolution' at Westminster
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