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A man has died and four people, including an 11-year-old boy, were taken to hospital after a crash in southern Scotland.Read
A murder inquiry has been launched after a man died and two others were injured following a "large scale" disturbance on Christmas Day.Read
Holyrood chiefs are investigating claims that education secretary Michael Russell breached Parliamentary conduct rules in a row over internet smears, it has emerged.Read
The Scottish brewery behind the world's strongest beer is planning to open a chain of pubs by the end of next year (2010), its owners said.Read
Police named a man who died after a "large scale" disturbance on Christmas Day.Read
SNP chiefs are to hold talks with the BBC in a bid to defuse the row over a televised leaders debate in the build-up to next year's general election.Read
Heavy snowfall has caused havoc on roads on Saturday night with motorists left stranded in the freezing conditions.Read
Temperatures are set to plunge to minus 8C in Scotland on Thursday night, New Year's Eve, and minus 3C in most of England and Wales, with widespread snow showers also predicted.Read
More than £1.2 million has been spent on consultants and managers for the 2014 Commonwealth Games in two years, figures obtained by the Liberal Democrats showed.Read
SNP chiefs claimed they are winning more and more votes from Labour at local level - despite taking fewer seats in council by-elections this year.Read
Convicts should be made to wear uniforms while carrying out community service, the Tories said.Read
Business leaders are delivering a "vote of no confidence" in the SNP Government, it has been claimed.Read
A £450,000 funding boost for the treatment of diabetes has been announced by public health minister Shona Robison.Read
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