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SNP plans Commons refugee debate
The SNP confirms it will use an opportunity on Wednesday to hold the UK government to account over its stance on the refugee crisis.
'Golden' trip on Borders Railway
A group of specially selected passengers takes a trip on the Borders to Edinburgh railway a day ahead of its opening to the general public.
Decision sought on Kintyre ferry link
Campaigners call for a speedy decision on whether to keep an experimental ferry service going between Ardrossan and Campbeltown.
Appeal over missing 13-year-old boy
Police have appealed for information after a 13-year-old boy went missing in Inverness.
Body find 'may be Lachlan Simpson'
Relatives of missing man Lachlan Simpson are told a body found at a harbour in Aberdeenshire could be his.
Georgia 1-0 Scotland
Scotland's hopes of reaching the Euro 2016 finals take a blow as Georgia claim a first home win of the qualifying campaign.
Mother and partner deny toddler murder
A mother and her partner deny murdering her two-year-old son at a house in Fife and blaming his death on a seven-year-old boy.
Grangemouth operator makes £16m loss
The firm which operates the Grangemouth refinery, Petroineos Manufacturing Scotland, made a £16.3m loss in 2014.
Landmark event for Royal Gathering
Thousands of spectators are expected to descend on Royal Deeside this weekend for a landmark Braemar Gathering.
Independence referendum cost £15.8m
The cost of staging last year's Scottish independence referendum amounted to just over £15.8 million, it has been revealed.
Walk to freedom and Scotland's defeat
Scotland's front pages focus on refugees walking from Hungary to Austria and Scotland's defeat by Georgia in the Euro qualifiers.
Thousands expected at chainsaw contest
A crowd of about 3,000 people is expected to attend the Carve Carr-Bridge Scottish Open Chainsaw Carving Championships.
Glen image wins UK photo contest
A photograph of Glen Feshie in the Cairngorms National Park wins the 2015 UK National Parks Photo Competition.
Deal struck over Scottish teachers' pay
A two-year deal which would see Scottish teachers being given a 1.5% pay rise this year and a 1% rise next year has been struck after months of talks.
Details of power station demolition
Details are released of the demolition of the landmark twin chimney stacks at the former Cockenzie Power Station site.
Business backing for city deal bid
A bid to secure £1bn of funding for Edinburgh and the south east of Scotland winds the backing of almost 100 businesses.
Gore-Tex manufacturer to shed 120 jobs
Up to 120 jobs could be lost at fabrics manufacturer WL Gore's plant in Livingston, West Lothian.
Glasgow agrees to take extra refugees
Scotland's largest council agrees to accommodate another 60 refugees amid the ongoing crisis in Europe as people flee from war-torn Syria.
Appeal over vulnerable missing woman
Police appeal for help in tracing a vulnerable 45-year-old woman who has gone missing in Helensburgh.
Killer rapist loses prison transfer bid
A killer rapist loses a second legal bid to be transferred to prison from the State Hospital at Carstairs.
Race's first female remembered
Saturday's Ben Nevis Race marks 60 years since the first woman completed the challenging run up and down Britain's highest mountain.
Eagle released after op to remove hooks
A white tailed sea eagle chick that had to be rescued after swallowing two fish hooks is released close to his nest site in the Highlands.
Singer's film to raise stroke awareness
A film about songwriter Edwyn Collins is to be given a special screening to raise awareness about strokes.
Offshore caterers to vote on strike
Catering staff on North Sea oil platforms are to be balloted on strike action in a dispute over pay.
VIDEO: Music unlocks dementia memories
Dementia patients in Scotland could soon have access to a new app designed to unlock their memories through a personalised playlist.
Marischal exterior breakdown agreed
Two-thirds of the outside of the Marischal Square development in Aberdeen is set to be glass with the rest made of granite.
Village harbour shares go on sale
A community bid to take over Portpatrick harbour will get underway this weekend as shares go on sale to village residents.
Celebrating the Borders Railway
It is the longest new domestic railway to be built in Britain in 100 years. So how should we celebrate?
In Pictures: Borders Railway
VisitScotland publish a series of striking images to mark the opening of the new Borders Railway on Sunday
New city rail bridge formally opened
A new £3.5m pedestrian bridge over the railway line in Dundee is officially opened by city MSP Joe Fitzpatrick.
Murray fights back to beat Mannarino
Britain's Andy Murray fights back from two sets down to beat Frenchman Adrian Mannarino and keep his US Open hopes intact.
Police call centre closures delayed
The Scottish government says plans to close regional police call centres are to be delayed in the wake of delays in investigating a fatal crash on the M9.
VIDEO: Scottish Parliament
Nicola Sturgeon speaks of her tears for a Syrian migrant boy washed up on a Turkish beach.
Talks held on devolution funding deal
Scotland's finance secretary meets a key Westminster counterpart as part of attempts to reach an agreement on a new funding deal for Scotland.
Consensual stop-and-searches to end
Police Scotland is to stop carrying out non-statutory stop-and-searches of adults and children, the justice secretary has confirmed.
'Named person' challenge appeal fails
Opponents of plans to appoint a "named person" for every child in Scotland lose their latest court battle against the policy.
New car registrations rise in August
The number of new car registrations in Scotland in August grew slightly when compared to the same month last year, new figures have revealed.
Finance directors predict 'flat growth'
Scottish finance directors are more pessimistic about economic growth than their counterparts south of the border, a survey suggests.
Christmas tree farm put up for sale
What is described as one of Scotland's largest Christmas tree farms has been put up for sale for offers of more than £3.2m.
Stick with Scotland - Robertson
Andrew Robertson urges Scotland fans to continue to support the team ahead of Monday's Euro 2016 qualifier with Germany.
Murray & Konta target US Open last 16
Andy Murray has British company in the US Open third round as both he and Jo Konta attempt to reach the last 16.
Edinburgh 16-9 Leinster
Edinburgh get the season off to a winning start with two Damien Hoyland tries helping them defeat Leinster at Meggetland.
Port ùr Loch Baghasdail ga fhosgladh gu h-oifigeil
Fosglaidh Leas-Phrìomh Mhinistear na h-Alba port ùr Loch Baghasdail gu h-oifigeil Disathairne.
Dh'fhaodadh gun do lorgar corp Lachlann Simpson
Chaidh innse do theaghlach Lachlann Simpson, a th' air a bhith a dhìth bho a dhachaigh ann an Cataibh, gur dòcha gur e a chorp a chaidh lorg ann an cala an Siorrachd Obar Dheathain.
Iomairt an aghaidh sgìrean glèidhte mara a' dol am meud
Tha an iomairt an aghaidh sgìrean glèidhte mara mu thimcheall nan Eilean Siar a' dol am meud.
VIDEO: Call to reopen St Andrews railway
Campaigners are calling for the railway line between Levenmouth and St Andrews to be reopened.
VIDEO: FM ready to help with 'human catastrophe'
Nicola Sturgeon says Scotland has a moral obligation to help refugees.
VIDEO: Minecraft revamp of Penicuik House
Penicuik House, one of Scotland's grandest houses, is recreated in Minecraft to mark Doors Open Day.
Battling against Beeching
Fighting for the return of long-lost rail routes.
Journalist hails referendum 'involvement'
Lesley Riddoch's memories of Scotland's referendum
A selection of your pictures from around Scotland
Use of stop-search falls dramatically
BBC data journalist Marc Ellison on the big fall in police searches
At-a-glance: Scottish legislative programme 2015-16
The Scottish government plans to introduce eight new bills