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A teenager who admitted the brutal murder of a British backpacker in New Zealand may be preparing to change his guilty plea.Read
Three men, including two men from Glasgow, have been cleared of taking part in a countrywide counterfeit currency "business" that put millions of pounds worth of fake notes in people's pockets.Read
The Government's efforts to claw back some of former RBS chief Sir Fred Goodwin's £693,000-a-year pension are mired in confusion.Read
A 14-year-old school boy is in hospital after being stabbed.Read
The Scottish Government is heading for a clash with the drinks industry after announcing a plan to set a minimum price for alcohol.Read
Wintry weather is expected to grip parts of Scotland again over the next few days, forecasters have said.Read
Twenty suspected drug dealers have been arrested in a series of early-morning raids during a major police operation in Aberdeen.Read
Scottish hotels have been hit harder by economic turmoil than the rest of the UK, a report revealed.Read
Higher levels of drinking by older people could place significant demands on health and social services, an academic has warned.Read
Supermarket giant Tesco has announced a plan to create more than 200 finance jobs.Read
Two shipyards on the Clyde are to get a bigger slice of a mammoth £4 billion order for two aircraft carriers, it was announced.Read
Ministers have announced plans to set a minimum price for alcohol in a bid to stop drink being sold for "pocket money prices".Read
A major crackdown on drug dealers has been launched with a series of early-morning raids by around 150 police officers.Read
The Government was set on a legal collision course with former banking chief Sir Fred Goodwin after a Cabinet minister vowed he would not get his £650,000-plus pension even if he was lawfully entitled to it.Read
Police in Scotland have launched a nationwide crackdown on gang violence and other forms of group disorder.Read
A pilot who was attacked while on a stag night in New Zealand is out of a coma but remains in intensive care, police have said.Read
Ministers are due to unveil the Scottish Government's plans for tackling the country's £2.25 billion alcohol misuse problems.Read
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