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Dive teams will inspect a passenger ship that has been brought safely to anchor after it ran aground on the west coast of Scotland.Read
It remains to be seen if a review of the system for approving new medicines will lead to fairer access to drugs for patients, a cancer charity has warned.Read
An elderly woman has died in a blaze at her home.Read
A passenger ship has run aground on the west coast of Scotland, coastguard said.Read
London accounted for half the visits overseas tourists made to the UK last year, according to latest figures.Read
Encouraging more people to cycle to work would not only improve the nation's health but could save the economy millions, according to new research.Read
The Scottish Government is launching an attack on Westminster-led economic policy in its latest attempt to promote independence.Read
Seven members of a criminal gang which made up to £200 million flooding the west of Scotland with cocaine and heroin have been jailed for more than 60 years.Read
A man accused of murdering three members of the same family in a fire threatened a steward when he was thrown out of a pub which days later burned down, a court has heard.Read
The Church of Scotland has voted in favour of allowing openly gay men and women to become ministers - whilst maintaining a traditionalist standpoint.Read
Supermarket giant Sainsbury's has been accused of selling "responsibly sourced" Hebridean salmon from a loch hundreds of miles away.Read
The Church of Scotland's eventual decision on the ordination of openly gay ministers will impact on the way the Church is received in society, its annual gathering has been told.Read
More women will be able to be tested to see if they have a gene that puts them at greater risk of developing breast cancer, the Health Secretary has said.Read
Scottish secondary schools will receive £1 million to fund "unforgettable" educational trips to European battlefields to commemorate the centenary of the First World War, the First Minister has announced.Read
A rent-to-buy housing scheme which aims to build affordable homes and boost the economy with jobs and investment has been extended, the Scottish Government has announced.Read
Drivers in Scotland are being warned to take extra care as torrential downpours are forecast Monday afternoon and into the evening rush-hour.Read
A fire chief has told a murder trial that two earlier blazes in the same area had been started deliberately.Read
A cancer charity has hit out at the "enormous inequality" in the system for prescribing new medicines.Read
Senior UK Government ministers have raised concerns that savers and financial institutions could be hit under plans for Scottish independence.Read
Rod Stewart is to play the first concert in a new entertainment venue.Read
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