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Former board members of Royal Bank of Scotland "bent over backwards" to furnish Sir Fred Goodwin with a pension package he was not entitled to, a Treasury minister has said.Read
First Minister Alex Salmond has stepped up the pressure on Westminster for a spending package to breathe new life into the economy.Read
A man suspected of killing his baby daughter was accused of crying "crocodile tears" when questioned by police, a court has heard.Read
A businesswoman had planned to stay at her boyfriend's flat the night she was murdered, a court has heard.Read
Scotland should take a lead in Europe in allowing same-sex couples to marry, MSPs have heard.Read
Half of young offenders institutions have faced "chronic overcrowding" over the past 14 months, the Liberal Democrats have claimed.Read
The number of NHS patients treated by the private sector has more than doubled in the past decade, new figures have revealed.Read
A rise in the number of homeless people triggered demands from housing bodies for more action.Read
A leading think-tank has called for ex-pat Scots to be allowed to vote in Holyrood elections.Read
The £700,000-a-year pension paid out to ousted Royal Bank of Scotland chief Sir Fred Goodwin was "clearly contrary" to the bank's own pension policy, City Minister Lord Myners has told MPs.Read
Police hunting Rangers hooligans after last year's Uefa Cup riots in Manchester have made a further seven arrests.Read
Peeping Toms could be jailed for up to five years under plans announced by the Scottish Government.Read
An island community has marked the 40th anniversary of a lifeboat disaster which claimed the lives of eight men.Read
Children will be given free admission to a football club ground in a move backed by the sports minister.Read
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