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Scotland's two biggest parties have joined forces to run the capital's council after days of negotiations.Read
A Scot who spent two decades on death row before being released is heading back to jail for threatening a judge.Read
A man has died and another was injured in an early morning motorcycle crash, police said.Read
A man has been arrested in connection with the death of another man who was found seriously injured at a house last weekend.Read
Human remains have been found in remote countryside, police said.Read
Tory leader Ruth Davidson has urged disillusioned Liberal Democrats to switch their support to her party.Read
Labour leaders in the capital said "nothing has been ruled out" in their bid to form a coalition in the city.Read
A man released from prison four years ago after spending two decades on Ohio's death row will learn whether he will be going back to prison.Read
More than three-quarters of Scots think libraries are still important or essential to their community, according to a poll.Read
A campaign has been launched to try to help renters reclaim the "extortionate and unjustified" fees charged by some property letting agents.Read
Councils are "siphoning off" large proportions of windfarm community benefit funds, it has been claimed.Read
The Scottish unemployment rate is estimated to outstrip that of the UK and hit its highest level since 1993, according to a new report.Read
Tourism businesses have seen an increase in visitors during the traditional "off-season" since the the UK's first and only Dark Sky Park was awarded its exclusive status.Read
A shoe box full of images capturing life in India at least a century ago has been discovered in one of Scotland's national collections.Read
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