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Body found in hunt for missing man
A body is found by police in West Lothian investigating the disappearance of a 47-year-old man.
UK Ebola nurse 'happy to be alive'
British nurse Pauline Cafferkey tells the BBC she is "very happy to be alive" as she is discharged from hospital, having made a full recovery from Ebola.
Celtic striker Griffiths arrested
Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths has been arrested in connection with an incident at an Edinburgh pub.
Man arrested over woman's death
A 56-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the death of a 27-year-old woman in Bridge of Earn on Friday.
Demo over Marischal Square complex
Several hundred protesters form a human chain around the site of a controversial development in Aberdeen.
Archbishop's condition improves
The Roman Catholic church said that the condition of the Archbishop of Glasgow had "markedly improved" following his heart attack.
Man in hospital after flat incident
A man is taken to hospital after an incident in Irvine that saw part of the town centre cordoned off.
Midlothian Labour MP to stand down
Labour MP for Midlothian David Hamilton announces his plan to stand down at the general election in May.
Pub chain goes into administration
One of the oldest names in Scottish brewing calls in administrators to its pub chain following an "unexpected funding requirement".
Tennis legacy concerns Jamie Murray
Jamie Murray is concerned there will be no legacy in Scotland when brother Andy retires from top-class tennis.
Cold weather hits Scottish fixtures
Cowdenbeath v Rangers, Brechin v Peterhead and East Fife v East Stirling are postponed but Stirling v Forfar goes ahead.
SNP to back UK fracking moratorium
The SNP is to back a moratorium on fracking in the UK when the House of Commons votes on the issue on Monday.
Tory slams Saudi flags 'nonsense'
Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson has condemned the lowering of flags on public buildings as a mark of respect for the Saudi king.
Two men rescued from burning flat
Neighbours and firefighters rescue two men from a fire in a first-floor flat during an early morning blaze.
Tram fall cyclists to sue council
A lawyer is taking Edinburgh council to court on behalf of 60 clients who claim they have fallen off their bikes due to the city's tram tracks.
SNP wins Fife council by-election
Nationalists win council election in an area represented at Westminster by former Prime Minister Gordon Brown.
Algae-hit loch set for swimming area
An open water swimming area is to be created in Strathclyde Loch, after local officials announced measures to tackle toxic algae.
Police station fire woman dies
A woman who set herself on fire in the reception area of a Clydebank police station two weeks ago has died.
Two arrested after cocaine raid
A man and a woman are arrested after police recover cocaine with a street value of £640,000 in a raid on a house in Glasgow.
Warning about 'killer cornices'
The Mountaineering Council of Scotland is warning walkers and climbers of the risk posed by large overhanging ledges of snow called cornices.
Man accused of rape at nursery
A 30-year-old man denies raping a young boy and sexually abusing two other children at a nursery in the Highlands.
Flu continues to affect hospital
A ward at Raigmore Hospital in Inverness remains closed to new admissions because of flu, says NHS Highland.
Man in court on terror charges
A man appears in court accused of carrying out terror offences while living in Aberdeen.
St Johnstone 1-1 Aberdeen
Adam Rooney's 25-yard strike salvages a point against St Johnstone as Aberdeen miss a chance to go top above Celtic.
Man hit by lorry on A96 identified
A man killed on the A96 near Kintore in Aberdeenshire after being hit by a lorry is named by police.
Lockerbie case goes back to court
A judge is asked if families of some of the Lockerbie bombing victims can launch an appeal on behalf of the only man convicted.
PM outlines business support effort
Prime Minister David Cameron outlines the UK government's efforts to support economic growth in the Borders during a visit to Hawick.
Firm fined over worker roof fall
An agricultural building firm is fined £50,000 after a worker suffered severe injuries after falling through a fragile roof on a Borders farm.
Murray coasts through to last 16
Andy Murray sees off Portugal's Joao Sousa in straight sets to earn a last-16 clash with Grigor Dimitrov at the Australian Open.
Roman artefacts put on display
A collection of Roman artefacts from the British Museum goes on display in Dundee in the tour's only Scottish stop.
In pictures: Infrastructure in focus
The winning images from this year's Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) photographic competition.
VIDEO: Scottish Parliament
Nicola Sturgeon fields questions on the NHS, the budget and the Scotland Bill.
Seven-party TV debate plan announced
Broadcasters publish new plans for TV election debates including leaders of seven UK political parties, and say they will go ahead regardless of who takes part.
New deal reached on free bus travel
A deal worth £414m is reached to secure free bus travel for the elderly and disabled for the next two years.
'Revised plans' for TV debates
Broadcasters are expected to put forward new proposals for the live TV election debates which include the Greens, the SNP and Plaid Cymru.
Energy firm price cuts are 'token'
Energy firms are being accused of "token price cuts" and failing to pass on larger savings to their customers.
Lidl expansion 'to create 500 jobs'
German discount supermarket Lidl says it will create 500 jobs over the next 12 months in Scotland, as part of expansion plans.
Glasgow 2014 contracts 'worth £669m'
Major construction projects connected to the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games amounted to nearly £670m, according to city officials.
Deila focused on signings, not sales
Managers Ronny Deila and Jim McIntyre give their reaction to Celtic's 1-0 win over Ross County in the Premiership.
Buddies seek referee talks with SFA
St Mirren are to seek talks with the Scottish Football Association over the standard of refereeing.
Double gold for Briton Christie
Britain's Elise Christie wins gold in the 500m and 1500m at the Short Track Speed Skating European Championships in the Netherlands.
Cumar an Riaghaltas ri geallaidhean
Comhairle nan Eilean Siar ag ràdh gun tèid an dà Riaghaltas a chumail ris na gheall iad a thaobh sgaoileadh chumhachdan Oighreachd a' Chrùin do dh'ùghdarrasan Eileanach.
Dàil air Bun-sgoil Uibhist a Tuath
Cha bhi bun-sgoil ùr Uibhist a Tuath deiseil a-nis gu as t-Samhradh 2016, agus dùil nach bi na pàircean mun cuairt oirre deiseil gu toiseach 2017.
Sgrùdadh mu dhòighean-obrach SSE
Dh'fhaodadh gun cuir Comhairle nan Eilean Siar fiosrachadh gu riaghladair a' chumhachd Ofgem mu SSE agus an dòigh anns a bheil iad a' dèiligeadh ri dealan anns na h-eileanan.
VIDEO: 'I lost a week of my life'
The first Briton to be diagnosed with Ebola in the UK has been given the all clear and discharged from hospital.
VIDEO: Wee Kris's AC/DC Hampden dream
An online campaign launches for a 12-year-old boy to support AC/DC at Hampden after a video of him playing their music went viral.
VIDEO: Winston Churchill's bond to Dundee
On the 50th anniversary of the death of Winston Churchill BBC Scotland explores his links with Dundee.
VIDEO: Cyclists pursue tram injury claim
Dozens of cyclists are pursuing a claim against City of Edinburgh Council saying they have fallen off their bikes due to tram tracks.
VIDEO: Researchers slow the speed of light
A team of Scottish scientists is making light rays travel slower than the speed of light.
VIDEO: Archive: Burns night in Belfast 1978
The BBC's Nicholas Witchell reports on how three butchers celebrate Burns Night, including parading three haggises around the streets of Belfast with a bagpipe player.
VIDEO: Lockerbie relatives seek U-turn
Relatives of some of the victims of the Lockerbie bombing are seeking permission for an appeal to overturn the conviction of Abdelbaset Ali al-Megrahi.
VIDEO: Ebola experience 'life changing'
The BBC's Laura Bicker spent the day with a Scottish GP who has returned to the UK after joining volunteers battling Ebola in Sierra Leone.
The sex life of Robert Burns
What happened to the women who fell under the spell of Robert Burns
Super woofers: Sled dog racing
The 32nd Aviemore Sled Dog Rally takes place
What the papers say
What do Scotland's newspapers say?
Burns 'with a Batman and Robin vibe'
Robert Burns's transformation into witch hunter
A selection of your photographs from around Scotland
How Robert Burns was used during WW1
How Robert Burns was used during WW1
Your pictures from across Scotland
How to send us your images from across Scotland
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