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A minister has come under Labour attack after visiting a project which aims to reduce alcohol and drug-related anti-social behaviour.Read
Scots Secretary Jim Murphy held talks with Rangers' bankers Lloyds as the financial giant insisted it was not running the football club.Read
Complaints about noise have increased four-fold in Scotland in recent years, a conference has been told.Read
All employers who break the national minimum wage law should be named and shamed, a committee of MPs have said after a probe by the Scottish Affairs Committee .Read
A soldier has died in hospital after being wounded in southern Afghanistan nearly six weeks earlier, the Ministry of Defence has said.Read
Proposals to remove radio stations from the Freeview service in Scotland and replace them with a Gaelic TV channel will be carefully studied by BBC watchdogs, they said.Read
The family of a soldier who died after being stabbed have said their lives had been destroyed by the loss of their "hero".Read
Police are investigating after a Scottish man holidaying in Goa was found dead in his hotel room.Read
A man has been arrested in connection with the death of a soldier honoured for bravery in Iraq, police said.Read
Police investigating the Lockerbie atrocity are continuing to search for the convicted bomber's accomplices.Read
Investigations into the death of a soldier honoured for bravery in Iraq are continuing.Read
Six people have been rescued after a fire broke out at a block of flights, rescuers said.Read
The new head of the Army in Scotland, Northern Ireland and the North of England is due to take up his post.Read
The community safety minister is due to visit a project which aims to crack down on alcohol and drug-related antisocial behaviour.Read
A former head of the investigation into the Lockerbie atrocity said authorities had wanted to speak to eight other potential suspects in connection with the bombing.Read
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