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Two major broadcasters have agreed to enter into a partnership that will see them consider ways of working together to provide "better services" for audiences in Scotland.Read
Scottish Secretary Jim Murphy has backed a report urging greater powers for Holyrood over income tax.Read
Devices which prevent drivers from speeding are to be piloted in Scotland, it has been announced.Read
An extra £31 million will support new housing for rent and "low-cost" ownership across Scotland.Read
An "equitable" tax system which encourages business activity has been called for by First Minister Alex Salmond.Read
The family of the first British person to die while suffering from swine flu said they were "absolutely devastated".Read
Friends of a woman who died from swine flu two weeks after giving birth prematurely have said her death was "a tragedy".Read
A promising young footballer died after he was hit by a car while walking on a dual carriageway.Read
A new mother who gave birth prematurely has become the UK's first patient to die while suffering from swine flu.Read
Scotland should have greater tax-varying powers, a high-powered report will recommend.Read
Some of the world's most influential business leaders are due to gather for the first full day of a conference on global innovation.Read
Organisers of the Britain's Got Talent live show are hoping Susan Boyle would be fit enough to return to the tour.Read
More details are expected to emerge about the first UK death of a patient suffering from swine flu.Read
A high-powered report on the future of devolution in Scotland is being published.Read
Plans to reform centuries-old wildlife and environment laws have been unveiled.Read
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