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Hearts FC owner Vladimir Romanov has failed in his bid to run for the Lithuanian presidency.Read
The Scottish National Party has gained from Labour in a Dundee City Council by-election result.Read
Scottish and UK Government officials have held talks in an attempt to prevent a possible flood of prisoners claiming that their human rights have been breached.Read
A murder trial jury has been shown "distressing" photographs of the body of a businesswoman who was found dead in a park.Read
A walker who went missing overnight on a Highland trek has been found lying unconscious.Read
Rebel Liberal Democrats have failed in a bid to block a proposed ban on cigarette vending machines.Read
First Minister Alex Salmond has been criticised by a senior Liberal Democrat over his recent visit to the United States.Read
Almost one in ten workers are not considered proficient at their job, a survey has shown.Read
A plan to lease off as much as a quarter of publicly owned forests will not go ahead, the Scottish Government has announced.Read
A search is taking place for a walker who has went missing in the Highlands.Read
A court has heard details of the arrest of a man accused of raping and murdering a businesswoman in a park.Read
The London Olympics are bringing "golden opportunities" to firms, Scots businesses have been told.Read
A major two-week drugs crackdown saw more than 150 suspected dealers arrested, police have said.Read
An X Factor-inspired course designed to jazz up the dry subject of business studies is going on show.Read
Hearts owner Vladimir Romanov launched a bid to become president of Lithuania, it has been reported.Read
Scottish Liberal Democrats will debate measures to revive the economy when they gather for their annual spring conference.Read
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