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A 1980s pop star has been enlisted in a Scottish Government campaign to encourage drivers to leave their cars at home.Read
Nearly half the social housing services inspected by an official body in Scotland were not providing a good service.Read
Scotland is not planning a national pandemic flu service like that being launched in England, says Health Secretary Nicola Sturgeon.Read
Hospital chiefs have been told to apologise to the parents of a three-week-old baby because doctors failed to diagnose that it had meningitis.Read
A portrait of the Queen should be displayed in Holyrood, the Tories have suggested.Read
The number of Scots going bust is continuing to soar.Read
The number of motorists caught driving under the influence drink or drugs has dropped by almost a quarter.Read
Divers are preparing to inspect a boat which capsized, killing three men.Read
A supporters' buy-out of a Second Division football club has been rejected by the owner, the fans' group has said.Read
Scotland's economy shrunk by 2.4% in the first three months of this year.Read
Three scallop fishermen who died when their boat capsized had not been wearing lifejackets, coastguards said.Read
A man killed his elderly mother and then hanged himself at their flat, it has been reported.Read
First Minister Alex Salmond is due to meet the chief executive of drinks giant Diageo to discuss its proposals to axe 900 whisky jobs.Read
Hundreds of firefighters from across Britain are to pay their final respects to a colleague killed tackling a pub blaze.Read
A sexually suggestive ad campaign for smoked pork sausages has been rapped by the advertising watchdog.Read
Important changes need to be made to improve a council's social work services, inspectors have said.Read
Retail sales in Scotland recovered last month after the worst figures for nearly nine years, statistics have shown.Read
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