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"29.03.2017 18:25:28" bbc.co.uk Council gives green light to East Lothian new town - BBC News Work on building Blindwells, a new town in East Lothian, is to start early next year. Fancy a new life, in a new town in Scotland?
"29.03.2017 17:57:40" Contenders for Scotland's best building have been revealed. Full gallery: http://bbc.in/2njIpn8
"29.03.2017 17:24:45" bbc.co.uk Murder bid driver drags police officer down street - BBC News Officer is dragged down the street by a reversing car and the driver flees on foot. A police officer was dragged along a street in Sighthill, Glasgow, by a reversing driver.
"29.03.2017 16:10:26" bbc.co.uk Book urges pupils to help shape Paisley 2021 - BBC News Grace's Big Idea is given to Renfrewshire pupils to inspire ideas for Paisley's UK City of Culture bid. A short story is being given to primary school pupils to inspire them to help shape plans for Paisley's bid to be UK City of Culture 2021.
"29.03.2017 15:27:37" bbc.co.uk Rugby star Scott Hastings' missing wife found safe - BBC News The wife of Scottish rugby star Scott Hastings is found safe and well after being missing for more than 24 hours. Jennifer Hastings had been missing for more than 24 hours after disappearing on Tuesday.
"29.03.2017 13:40:22" bbc.co.uk Article 50 is 'leap in the dark' says Sturgeon - BBC News First minister claims Theresa May still cannot answer basic questions on what Brexit will actually mean. As Theresa May triggers Article 50, Nicola Sturgeon says the PM still can't answer basic questions about what Brexit would actually mean.
"29.03.2017 13:04:05" Opening of Queensferry Crossing delayed until summer The new Queensferry Crossing has been delayed again and will not open until between mid-July and the end of August. More: bbc.in/2niW262
"29.03.2017 12:25:19" bbc.co.uk Baby red squirrel found in felled tree - BBC News A one-week-old baby red squirrel is rescued after a nest is discovered in a felled tree in Aberdeenshire. A one-week-old baby squirrel was rescued after a nest was discovered in a felled tree in Aberdeenshire.
"29.03.2017 11:36:16" Dawn Barclay, from Forfar, has a heartbreaking warning to parents about the potential risks of sleeping alongside your baby.
Read more: http://bbc.in/2ogbQYb
"29.03.2017 10:59:50" bbc.co.uk Cleanliness concerns at Queen Elizabeth University Hospital - BBC News Patient equipment contaminated by blood and faeces have been found during an inspection of a Glasgow hospital.
"29.03.2017 10:33:29" bbc.co.uk Woman injured in Perth close collapse - BBC News Five fire engines are present as well as police, ambulances and the Tayside trauma team. Emergency services were called after the collapse of a close in a Perth building.
"29.03.2017 09:50:32" bbc.co.uk Funds sought for large scale removal of hedgehogs - BBC News Scottish Natural Heritage hopes to secure funding for a large-scale eradication of hedgehogs from the Western Isles.
"29.03.2017 09:10:32" bbc.co.uk Article 50: May signs letter that will trigger Brexit - BBC News The letter will be delivered to the EU on Wednesday, marking formal notice of the UK's exit. Giving official notice under Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, the letter will be delivered to European Council president Donald Tusk later today.
"29.03.2017 06:29:43" bbc.co.uk Scotland's papers: Independence poll and Brexit letter - BBC News Holyrood backs an independence referendum and the PM signs the letter to trigger Article 50. Scotland's front pages: Holyrood backs independence vote and Brexit letter
"28.03.2017 19:00:00" Number of Scots with pension scheme sharply increases There's been a sharp rise in the number of Scots with a workplace pension after the introduction of auto-enrolment. David Henderson went along to meet one of them.
"28.03.2017 18:33:00" Police to patrol outside Holyrood with tasers Police officers carrying tasers will now patrol outside the Scottish Parliament following the Westminster terrorist attack.
"28.03.2017 17:50:12" Scottish Parliament votes to seek Indyref2 Nicola Sturgeon's call for a new independence referendum wins formal backing by the Scottish Parliament.
"28.03.2017 17:16:45" bbc.co.uk Seal protection area designated in Aberdeenshire - BBC News A special protection area is designated for seals at the mouth of the Ythan Estuary in Aberdeenshire. A designated area will protect seals from intentional or reckless harassment when they are out of the water.
"28.03.2017 16:40:12" bbc.co.uk Scottish Parliament backs referendum call - BBC News Nicola Sturgeon's call for second Scotland independence referendum is formally backed by the Scottish Parliament. MSPs voted by 69 to 59 in favour of seeking permission for a second independence referendum.
"28.03.2017 15:39:00" Winchman lands on moving lifeboat Another skillful display by Scotland's coastguard. A helicopter winchman lands on a speeding lifeboat to help an injured kayaker in the Summer Isles.
"28.03.2017 15:03:33" "I've knitted hundreds of woollen breasts” An inspiring story from cancer survivor Sharon from Bishopbriggs. She's knitted hundreds of woollen breasts for women who've had mastectomies. (Via BBC Stories)
"28.03.2017 14:25:00" bbc.co.uk Girl, 15, raped near Merkland Nature Reserve - BBC News Police are investigating after a 15-year-old girl was raped near a nature reserve in Kirkintilloch, East Dunbartonshire. Police investigate rape of 15-year-old girl near nature reserve in East Dunbartonshire.
"28.03.2017 13:46:56" bbc.co.uk Average speed cameras to be installed on A90 - BBC News Average speed cameras are to be installed on the 50-mile stretch of the A90 between Stonehaven and Dundee. New speed cameras will cover a 50-mile stretch of the A90 from Stonehaven to Dundee.
"28.03.2017 13:00:00" bbc.co.uk Police to patrol outside Holyrood with Tasers - BBC News Police officers carrying Tasers will patrol outside the Scottish Parliament following the Westminster attack. MSPs have been informed of the increased security following last week's Westminster attack.
"28.03.2017 12:29:49" bbc.co.uk CCTV image released over serious assault in Govan - BBC News Police release a CCTV image of a man they want to speak to in connection with a serious assault in Glasgow. Police are appealing for information about a man after a serious assault at a Glasgow bus station.
"28.03.2017 11:54:47" bbc.co.uk Businessman jailed for fake babies benefit scam - BBC News A businessman who registered the births of 26 non-existent babies as part of a benefit fraud scheme is jailed. Failed businessman Rory McWhirter travelled around Scotland to register the births of 26 fake babies.
"28.03.2017 11:05:43" bbc.co.uk Cancer treatment target times missed for fourth year in a row - BBC News Waiting time targets for cancer treatments in Scotland are missed for the fourth year in a row. Only five out of 14 health boards met cancer treatment targets, official figures show.
"28.03.2017 10:29:49" bbc.co.uk Red alert for aurora sightings issued on Monday night - BBC News Displays of the Aurora Borealis were visible from parts of Scotland on Monday night when a red alert was issued for potential sightings. The sky was clear enough over parts of Scotland to see the Northern Lights.
"28.03.2017 09:48:58" bbc.co.uk Daily Mail's "Who won Legs-it!" headline draws scorn - BBC News Tabloid's front page focussing on prime minister, first ministers' legs called out for sexism. Daily Mail front page picturing Theresa May and Nicola Sturgeon and asking "who won Legs-it" condemned as "moronic" sexism.
"28.03.2017 09:20:39" bbc.co.uk The force is strong with Dundee V&A Star Wars tribute video - BBC News The video has been viewed over 200,000 times. A filmmaker's reimagining of Dundee's new V&A Museum as a Star Wars space port has become an internet hit.
"28.03.2017 06:56:28" bbc.co.uk Athlete with Type 1 diabetes tells of marathon motivation - BBC News A former Commonwealth Games cyclist tells of what motivated him to complete 350-mile ultra marathon held above the Arctic Circle. The determined type: completing 350 mile ultra-marathon in the Arctic Circle.
"28.03.2017 06:36:13" bbc.co.uk Scotland's papers: 'Great British stand-off' and oil find - BBC News Theresa May and Nicola Sturgeon meet in Glasgow and the North Sea "lifesaver" feature on Scotland's front pages. Scotland's front pages: A 'Great British stand-off' and oil field discovery
"27.03.2017 18:41:28" Scottish boxer Jordan Coe dies in Thailand Friends pay tribute to Jordan Coe, a 20-year-old Scottish Muay Thai boxer who is believed to have died in Thailand from heatstroke. More: http://bbc.in/2nYZFBB
"27.03.2017 16:28:56" Scotland gets ready for new £1 coin There is about to be a new quid on the block.
"27.03.2017 15:30:00" South of Scotland golden eagle project secures lottery funding A project to boost golden eagle numbers in southern Scotland has been given a £1.3m boost. More: http://bbc.in/2n9EwBm
"27.03.2017 14:58:46" bbc.co.uk 'Zero waste' beer made from rolls - BBC News Leftover bread rolls are used to create a beer in a partnership between a micro-brewery and a bakery in Glasgow. Leftover bread rolls are being used to create beer in an aim to turn waste into a resource
"27.03.2017 14:29:42" bbc.co.uk Watermelon sleepwalker was 'hungry' - BBC News A woman who sleepwalked to a supermarket in just her nightdress looking for a watermelon thinks her subconscious "got hungry". Ruth Rose sleepwalked more than a mile to Asda in just her nightdress for a watermelon and thinks her subconscious "got hungry"
"27.03.2017 13:58:55" bbc.co.uk Prize draw for year free of council tax - BBC News South Lanarkshire Council has offered residents the chance to win a year free from council tax in a campaign to increase payments by direct debit. Win a year's free council tax, if you live in South Lanarkshire and have signed up for direct debit.
"27.03.2017 12:58:22" bbc.co.uk PM says Brexit will make UK 'more united' - BBC News Leaving the EU will strengthen the ties between the nations of the United Kingdom, Theresa May says. "When this great union of nations sets its mind to something and works together with determination, we are an unstoppable force"
"27.03.2017 12:28:47" bbc.co.uk Avengers filming to generate £10m for Edinburgh - BBC News A six week filming schedule for the new Avengers: Infinity War movie is estimated to generate more than £10m for Edinburgh. Avengers: Infinity War is the largest and most complex shoot ever to film in the historic Old Town and other locations in Edinburgh.
"27.03.2017 12:02:15" Cyclist airlifted to hospital A cyclist is airlifted to hospital with serious injuries after hitting a sheep. The air ambulance pilot made a skillful landing on a narrow Highland road. More: bbc.in/2n8z5Sh
"27.03.2017 11:33:17" Theresa May speech from Scotland Theresa May makes a speech from DFID in East Kilbride, on a visit to Scotland the day before Holyrood votes on seeking indyref2.
"27.03.2017 11:04:50" bbc.co.uk 'Largest undeveloped' oil discovery in North Sea - BBC News An oil exploration firm makes what is being described as the "largest undeveloped discovery" in UK waters off Shetland. One billion barrels of oil could be 60 miles from Shetland.
"27.03.2017 10:24:31" bbc.co.uk Medical students to resit exam after 'collusion' uncovered - BBC News Final year medical students at Glasgow University will have to resit an exam after evidence of "collusion" was uncovered. Glasgow University said the exam sat by students earlier this year has now been declared "void".
"27.03.2017 09:50:37" bbc.co.uk Scottish music festival launches own record label - BBC News A Scottish music festival is running its own record label and has signed a 19-year-old singer songwriter as its first act. Former Inverness busker Tamzene Allison-Power is Belladrum Records' first artist.
"27.03.2017 09:11:32" bbc.co.uk Care home companion dog recovering after hip op - BBC News A rescued dog that provides companionship at a care home is recovering after having an operation paid for staff, residents and local community. William is much-loved by care home residents in Fort William, who helped raise £8000 for his operation.
"27.03.2017 08:36:05" bbc.co.uk Scotland's visitor attractions 'outperform' UK - BBC News Scottish leading attractions saw the biggest increase in visitors in the UK last year, according to new figures. It's not hard to see the appeal.
"27.03.2017 07:06:34" bbc.co.uk £1.3m lottery funding for golden eagle project - BBC News A project to boost golden eagle numbers in southern Scotland has funding of more than £1.3m confirmed. A golden opportunity to bring eagles to south of Scotland.
"27.03.2017 06:26:56" bbc.co.uk Scotland's papers: Monday 27th March - BBC News The Scottish firms used to launder Russian money and a boxer's death are two stories on Scotland's front pages. Money laundering and boxer death. Scotland's front pages on Monday.
"26.03.2017 17:26:47" bbc.co.uk Tributes paid to boxer Jordan Coe who died in Thailand - BBC News Tributes are paid to a Scottish Muay Thai boxer who has died in Thailand. "He was an entertainer, everybody knows that he was famous for dancing out of the ring and dancing in the ring."
"26.03.2017 15:01:48" bbc.co.uk Family of Ralph Smith informed of body found at Arbroath - BBC News Police confirm that the body of a man has been found at an Arbroath beach. Teenager Ralph Smith has been missing since he fell from Arboath cliffs in February.
"26.03.2017 13:45:00" bbc.co.uk Scots actor's battle to make it as a movie action man - BBC News From battling a lack of confidence and bullying as a youngster, Scot Bryan Larkin is now starring in the kinds of movies he loved as a boy. "I had the Rocky soundtrack on repeat very often."
"26.03.2017 13:06:42" bbc.co.uk Woman dies after fire at Glasgow care home - BBC News A 54-year-old woman has died following a fire at a care home in the Bridgeton area of Glasgow. Police said the blaze was not thought to be suspicious.
"26.03.2017 11:37:44" bbc.co.uk Missing pensioner Thomas Clark boarded bus in East Kilbride - BBC News Police say a pensioner missing from his home in East Kilbride since Thursday boarded a bus in the town that morning. "We would ask anyone who was on that bus on Thursday at around 11:30 to think back."
"26.03.2017 08:57:34" Call to arm police and Cheryl's baby - front pages of Scotland's newspapers on Sunday morning http://bbc.in/2njK3pQ
"25.03.2017 17:23:49" bbc.co.uk Crowds march in Edinburgh to support EU - BBC News More than a thousand people take part in a march supporting the European Union in Edinburgh. It was one of a series of similar events in cities across Europe, including Berlin, Rome and London.
"25.03.2017 16:09:00" bbc.co.uk Props from the Trainspotting sequel go under the hammer - BBC News A broken pool cue used as a prop in the Trainspotting sequel sells for £750. "The auction has been exceptionally well-received and interest has far surpassed what we would have expected."
"25.03.2017 11:15:00" bbc.co.uk New bird habitat scraped out in Highlands bay - BBC News A new wild bird habitat is created at an RSPB Scotland reserve in the Highlands. "The scrape is, basically, a man-made pond."
"25.03.2017 09:48:58" "Middle-class jihadi" and NHS staff crisis - front pages of Scotland's newspapers on Saturday http://bbc.in/2ofV3U8
"25.03.2017 09:17:53" bbc.co.uk Piper's celebrity friends call the tune on new single - BBC News An Angus primary school teacher enlists the help of a host celebrities to contribute to his debut single. "I've got this fantastic piece together with a whole range of voices representing entertainment around the world."
"24.03.2017 19:15:36" People with Down's syndrome experience negative attitudes from... People with Down's syndrome and their families experience negative attitudes from some health professionals, according to a new report.
"24.03.2017 18:28:43" Building real buildings like Lego Why does it feel like new buildings appear overnight? Because they're building them like Lego. More: http://bbc.in/2mZCwdH
"24.03.2017 17:11:05" bbc.co.uk Offshore workers exposed to radiation - BBC News An offshore worker calls for action as he tells the BBC he and colleagues were exposed to radiation. An offshore worker has called for action after he was exposed to radiation on EnQuests's Thistle platform off Shetland.
"24.03.2017 14:53:38" bbc.co.uk Partner's fears for Scot held in Indian jail - BBC News The partner of a Scottish man held with other UK nationals in jail in India on firearms charges says she fears for his life. "He was tied to a bed and had rags tied to his neck until he was barely conscious"
"24.03.2017 13:53:09" Spring flowers, jet power and a stag who loves the camera. Your photos from Scotland this week. More: bbc.in/2n1hJav
"24.03.2017 12:50:00" bbc.co.uk Scottish SPCA called out to 'lifeless' plastic toy bat - BBC News Scottish SPCA called out to treat plastic children's toy near glasgow. Aye, there's a good reason the bat is "lifeless".
"24.03.2017 12:16:30" bbc.co.uk Apology after air ambulance arrives at wrong island - BBC News NHS Grampian apologises after an air ambulance meant to air lift a sick baby to Aberdeen was sent to Shetland instead of Orkney. An air ambulance meant to airlift a sick baby was sent to Shetland instead of Orkney.
"24.03.2017 11:40:25" bbc.co.uk Scottish government to fund three IVF cycles on NHS - BBC News The Scottish government is to fund three cycles of IVF treatment for eligible couples. The number of IVF cycles available on the NHS for women under 40 will go up from two to three in Scotland.
"24.03.2017 11:08:57" bbc.co.uk Missing sheepdog rescued from Fort William gorge - BBC News A sheepdog that went missing 12 days ago is rescued from a gorge where it was spotted from a train passing on a nearby railway line. Cold and hungry, but alive! Missing sheepdog Nel survives 12 days trapped in a gorge.
"24.03.2017 09:47:10" bbc.co.uk Strike action begins at Faslane and Coulport naval bases - BBC News Civilian staff at the Faslane and Coulport naval bases begin a series of strikes in a dispute over workers' rights. Civilian staff have begun a series of naval base strikes in a dispute over workers' rights.
"24.03.2017 08:49:36" bbc.co.uk Wildlife film festival begins in Dumfries - BBC News A new festival celebrating the very best wildlife film and photography gets under way in Dumfries. The first ever Wild Film Festival Scotland roars into action in Dumfries.
"24.03.2017 08:18:46" bbc.co.uk Scotland's papers: Friday 24th March - BBC News Scotland's front pages carry stories of "solidarity" and "defiance" after the London terror attacks. Solidarity and defiance follow terror. Scottish front pages on Friday.
"23.03.2017 21:49:00" bbc.co.uk 'Bin bag' woman jailed over Barrhead robbery - BBC News A female robber who wrapped herself in bin bags and wore a mask while carrying out a raid at a shop in Renfrewshire is jailed. Bin bag shop raider jailed.
"23.03.2017 20:20:00" bbc.co.uk Girl, 8, wins swing campaign for disabled brother - BBC News A council has installed a special needs swing just days after an eight-year-old girl wrote to them about her disabled twin brother. Girl's play park appeal for her twin brother comes good.
"23.03.2017 19:50:00" Spring sprung again for winter gardens? The Springburn Winter Gardens, built in 1900, have lain derelict since 1983, but now a local preservation trust is trying to bring the largest single-span glasshouse in Scotland back into public use.
BBC's Timeline programme has been having a look round.
"23.03.2017 19:16:12" Should armed officers protect more places in Scotland? Following the Westminster terrorist attack, should more places in Scotland be protected by armed police officers?
"23.03.2017 18:17:00" bbc.co.uk 'No crime' after boys report white powder thrown in Aberdeen - BBC News Police investigating reports that two boys were left with significant burn injuries after a white powder thrown at them say no crime was committed. "No assault - nor any crime" in case of boys reported to have been attacked with powder.
"23.03.2017 18:10:42" Finish in sight for Scotland's jogging initiative? A scheme which has helped thousands of people get off their sofa and into their running shoes could be at risk after government cuts of £100,000. More: bbc.in/2mwRLQd
"23.03.2017 17:22:05" bbc.co.uk Sleepwalker wanted watermelon in Asda in Aberdeen - BBC News A sleepwalker in her nightdress found in an Asda looking for a watermelon is taken home by police. A sleepwalker found in her nightdress in Asda was searching for a watermelon.
"23.03.2017 16:50:09" bbc.co.uk Abertay University top of its game in new survey - BBC News Abertay University's computer gaming courses are ranked the best in Europe for the third consecutive year.
"23.03.2017 15:23:06" Tributes in Holyrood after London attack Tributes paid at Holyrood after terror attack at Westminster.
"23.03.2017 12:50:28" bbc.co.uk Scots missionary who inspired millions in Kenya - BBC News A little-known Scottish missionary continues to inspire million of Kenyans almost 70 years after her death. 70 years on missionary Minnie Watson is revered in Kenya, but her achievements are virtually unknown in Scotland.
"23.03.2017 11:56:17" bbc.co.uk Refugee artist donates 'thank you' paintings to Leith School of Art - BBC News An award-winning artist is donating some of his paintings to the art school that helped him after he fled Syria. Syrian artist Nihad Al Turk was on the first refugee flight to Scotland in November 2015.
"23.03.2017 11:04:40" bbc.co.uk More armed police patrols in Scotland after London attack - BBC News Armed patrols on Scotland's streets are increased in the wake of the London terror attack. Armed police presence increased on Scottish streets in the wake of Westminster terror attack.
"23.03.2017 10:29:37" bbc.co.uk Walkers lost on Lochaber hill rescued - BBC News Two people are rescued after getting lost on a hill in Lochaber on Wednesday night. Two lost walkers have been rescued after Lochaber Mountain Rescue Team traced their mobile phones.
"23.03.2017 09:36:48" bbc.co.uk Independence referendum debate rescheduled for Tuesday - BBC News Holyrood independence referendum debate to resume next week after being postponed due to the London terror attack. The Indyref2 debate will resume at Holyrood on Tuesday after it was suspended for the Westminster attack.
"23.03.2017 09:04:00" bbc.co.uk Using maths to outsmart mosquitoes - BBC News Researchers at Strathclyde university are working to combat a deadly tropical disease - using mathematics. Mosquito maths. Strathclyde Uni scientists are working with fly traps to combat a deadly tropical disease.
"23.03.2017 08:21:51" Nicola Sturgeon: Scotland's solidarity with London Nicola Sturgeon says Scotland has a "sense of solidarity" with the people of London after the Westminster attack.
"23.03.2017 07:18:05" bbc.co.uk Scotland's papers: Thurs 23 March - BBC News Images from Westminster following yesterday's terror attack dominate Scotland's front pages. The terror attack at Westminister. Scotland's front pages.
"22.03.2017 18:40:50" bbc.co.uk Contraceptive pill can 'cut cancer risk by 30%' - BBC News Women who take the contraceptive pill can cut their likelihood of getting some cancers by up to 30%, according to a new study. Women taking the contraceptive pill can cut the chance of getting some cancers by up to 30%, say Aberdeen Uni scientists.
"22.03.2017 17:53:40" bbc.co.uk Man admits killing stranger over handbag mistake in West Lothian - BBC News A man admits killing a stranger with a single punch after he mistakenly thought he was stealing from a woman's handbag in West Lothian. Mariusz Winiarski killed Brian Stirling with a single punch after mistakenly believing he was stealing from a woman's handbag.
"22.03.2017 17:12:23" bbc.co.uk Court selfie brothers jailed for 'brutal and sustained' attack - BBC News Two brothers who posted a selfie from the steps of a court where they were on trial for a serious assault are jailed for the attack. Two brothers who posed for a selfie from on the steps of court have been jailed for a 'brutal' assault at a child's christening party.
"22.03.2017 16:04:31" bbc.co.uk Scottish independence: Holyrood suspends referendum debate - BBC News The Scottish Parliament has suspended a debate on whether to call for an independence referendum following an attack outside the UK Parliament. Scottish Parliament session suspended after suspected terror attack at Westminster.
"22.03.2017 15:26:02" Viking treasure seeks a home The saga of some amazing Viking treasure seeking a home.
Find out more » http://bbc.in/2n7sRnd
"22.03.2017 14:34:34" bbc.co.uk Trump travel restrictions blamed for US choir withdrawal - BBC News President Donald Trump's travel restrictions are blamed for an acclaimed US choir pulling out of a tour to Aberdeen. San Francisco Girls Chorus are worried about re-entering the US if they sing at Aberdeen International Youth Festival.
"22.03.2017 13:50:13" bbc.co.uk Cars set alight in Glasgow streets - BBC News Detectives appeal for information after three cars were deliberately set on fire at about the same time in Glasgow. Three cars have been deliberately set of fire in nearby streets in Glasgow.
"22.03.2017 13:11:59" bbc.co.uk Police probe after firearm discovered in Aberdeen - BBC News The discovery of a firearm in a communal Aberdeen garden is being investigated by police. Firearm found in garden outside flats in Aberdeen.
"22.03.2017 12:34:33" bbc.co.uk Teenager arrested after Dumfries wallaby death - BBC News A teenager is arrested following the death of a wallaby at a farm play park in the south of Scotland. A 16-year-old boy has been arrested after wallabies were chased around their enclosure at a farm park.
"22.03.2017 11:46:34" bbc.co.uk Glasgow bin lorry crash family to sue council for compensation - BBC News The family of a victim of the Glasgow bin lorry crash are to sue the council for compensation. One family in the Glasgow bin lorry crash have been offered a payout. All relatives could now be in line for compensation.
"22.03.2017 10:49:53" bbc.co.uk Film festival to screen Pixar movie in Edinburgh - BBC News The new Disney/Pixar film Cars 3 will be showing at at this year's Edinburgh International Film Festival during its premiere weekend. Cars 3 will premiere at this year's Edinburgh International Film Festival.
"22.03.2017 10:13:32" bbc.co.uk Bid to reintroduce beavers to northwest Highlands - BBC News A conservation charity wants to reintroduce beavers to the northwest Highlands. "We now have an unprecedented opportunity to bring them back."
"22.03.2017 08:45:00" Timeline Photos Alasdair Gray shows off new work at the launch of a new bursary to be awarded in his name » http://bbc.in/2mT6qkZ
"22.03.2017 07:59:55" bbc.co.uk Slow growth 'to weigh on Scotland's budget gap' - BBC News Scotland's government deficit is on track to remain at more than twice the maximum level required for EU membership, a report suggests. Scottish economic growth remains sluggish, according to the Fraser of Allander Institute.
"22.03.2017 07:26:17" Holiday laptop ban and referendum row - the front pages in Scotland for Wednesday » http://bbc.in/2mTmjaI
"21.03.2017 19:59:37" bbc.co.uk Drink-driver killed island vet in crash - BBC News A drink-driver who killed an island vet in a head-on collision has been found guilty of death by dangerous driving. Driver Thomas Wainwright had been drinking whisky and cider for eight hours before the crash on Mull.
"21.03.2017 18:40:10" Fiona Hyslop and Adam Tomkins debate Scotland's future in a special Reporting Scotland debate. #RepScotDebate
"21.03.2017 17:59:12" bbc.co.uk Aamer Anwar elected as new Glasgow University rector - BBC News Human rights lawyer Aamer Anwar is elected as the new rector of the University of Glasgow. Human rights lawyer Aamer Anwar beat Milo Yiannopoulos, Vince Cable and others to become Glasgow University rector.
"21.03.2017 16:30:46" Holyrood referendum debate Nicola Sturgeon has insisted that Scotland's future 'should not be imposed'
"21.03.2017 16:00:54" Hillwaking in Scotland - equipment you may need Today's winter weather shows how quickly conditions can change in Scotland. BBC Timeline has made a handy film of the essential kit you'll need when exploring outdoors.
"21.03.2017 15:07:30" Wife hands military command to husband Meet the Wilkinsons, the married couple who have made an unusual bit of British military history. More: bbc.in/2nGeUjg
"21.03.2017 14:10:37" bbc.co.uk Orkney gets first coffee roastery - BBC News Orkney's first coffee roastery is launched, using beans sourced from all over the world. Orkney coffee roasters believe they have "nailed" the taste of a secret blend.
"21.03.2017 13:10:18" bbc.co.uk Bid to extradite priest from Canada - BBC News Moves are under way to extradite a retired priest from Canada to Scotland in connection with child abuse claims. Moves are under way to extradite Father Robert MacKenzie in connection with child abuse claims.
"21.03.2017 12:32:49" bbc.co.uk Virus confirmed in Scottish sheep flocks - BBC News A virus which can cause stillbirths or birth defects in livestock is confirmed in lambs in two Scots flocks near the border with England. The Schmallenberg Virus, which can cause brain and limb deformities, has been found in Scottish lambs.
"21.03.2017 12:03:49" bbc.co.uk Teenager charged with urinating on war memorial in Fife - BBC News A teenager is charged with urinating on a war memorial in Fife. A 14-year-old boy was arrested in connection with the incident in Dunfermline.
"21.03.2017 11:34:00" Snow flurry sweeps over Scotland Spring has sprung. ☃
"21.03.2017 10:33:22" bbc.co.uk Wife hands military command to husband - BBC News A Scottish couple made an unusual bit of British military history when the wife handed over command of an Army unit to her husband. Alan said taking over from his wife was no different to any new job.
"21.03.2017 10:10:37" bbc.co.uk Girl, 8, writes to council over swing for disabled brother - BBC News An eight-year-old girl writes to a council because her disabled twin brother could not use the new swing at their park. "Why did you forget about him?" One little girl's plea to the council for a swing for her twin brother.
"21.03.2017 09:25:00" Lord Mervyn King: "Scotland certainly could be an independent ... "Scotland certainly could be an independent country" with no "major problems" in terms of its currency, former Bank of England governor Lord Mervyn King tells us. But, he warns, the cost of borrowing could go up.
"21.03.2017 08:37:38" bbc.co.uk Couple getting hitched after Glasgow train station proposal - BBC News A couple are getting hitched after a proposal was displayed on information screens at Glasgow Central Station. The couple now arriving... romance on track after Glasgow train station proposal.
"21.03.2017 07:49:00" bbc.co.uk Drivers face snow and icy conditions in some parts of Scotland - BBC News Drivers are facing snowy conditions on the roads in some parts of Scotland, with Met Office weather warnings in place. Scotland faces early morning snowy conditions.
"21.03.2017 07:38:00" #Brexit date row and 'tormented' wallaby - catch up with Tuesday's Scottish front pages » http://bbc.in/2mKAT3L
"20.03.2017 21:01:00" Divers join bid to solve Moira mystery Police divers have joined efforts to trace a schoolgirl who disappeared 60 years ago.
Moira Anderson, 11, left her grandmother's house in Coatbridge but never returned.
Convicted paedophile Alexander Gartshore, who died in 2006, is suspected of her
"20.03.2017 18:34:00" How robots are getting smarter How robots are learning from their environment, each other - and us.
"20.03.2017 17:45:00" bbc.co.uk Glasgow festival plan for 2018 European Championships - BBC News Glasgow's George Square is to be transformed into a hub for theatre, dance, music, comedy and arts performances. George Square is to be transformed into a hub for theatre, dance, music, comedy and arts performances.
"20.03.2017 17:10:01" bbc.co.uk Met Office warning of snow and ice for parts of Scotland - BBC News Weather forecasters are warning of snow, ice and lightning affecting parts of Scotland overnight Monday and Tuesday. Snow and ice warning for Scotland. Here's how it looks.
"20.03.2017 16:47:10" bbc.co.uk Bus driver in court on Scottish borders river bank charge - BBC News A driver appears in court after a bus ended up hanging over a river bank in the Scottish Borders. Colin Hill was accused of dangerous driving after the bus ended up hanging over a river bank.
"20.03.2017 16:05:12" bbc.co.uk Structure fears at art deco Bon Accord Baths in Aberdeen - BBC News Structural surveys are being carried out at Aberdeen's historic art deco design Bon Accord Baths amid fears the building has a serious condition. There are fears the historic building has a serious problem known as concrete cancer.
"20.03.2017 15:31:46" bbc.co.uk Scottish government 'not told' about Article 50 date - BBC News Holyrood's Brexit minister claims the UK government "forgot" to tell him the date for when it is going to trigger Article 50. SNP MPs at Westminster accused the Conservative government of "arrogance" and a "complete dismissal of Scottish interests".
"20.03.2017 15:01:00" Arran toilet plans cause concern Plans to close public toilets on the Isle of Arran are meeting with concern from locals.
Some are even volunteering to take on running the conveniences. The loos will shut at the end of March.
Find out more: http://bbc.in/2nellsY
"20.03.2017 14:10:00" bbc.co.uk Toddler assaulted on board train from Edinburgh Waverley - BBC News A toddler is assaulted on a train Edinburgh Waverley to Peterborough. Police are looking to speak with this man in connection to the incident.
"20.03.2017 13:35:30" bbc.co.uk Wallaby dies after farm park vandalism - BBC News A wallaby dies after it is left "terrorised" by a vandalism attack at a farm play park in southern Scotland. Park operators say a group of 5 youths chased three wallabies around their pen.
"20.03.2017 13:10:10" Scotland's food and drink exports Scotland's food and drink exports are booming - hitting a record £5.5bn last year. What impact will Brexit have? Allan Little investiagtes in Europe: Scotland's Dilemma. More: bbc.in/2mKxwKE
"20.03.2017 12:46:03" bbc.co.uk Public get preview of V&A Dundee Museum of Design site - BBC News Members of the public will get their first chance to visit the construction site of the Dundee V&A Museum of Design. Members of the public will be given a sneak peak at a new museum in Dundee.
"20.03.2017 12:16:45" bbc.co.uk Otter photographed landing big fish on Kessock Bridge - BBC News An otter's battle to land a fish as big as itself has been captured in a series of images taken by a Highlands-based wildlife photographer. An otter's battle to land a fish as big as itself was captured on camera....
"20.03.2017 11:44:19" bbc.co.uk Moira Anderson police to retrieve objects from canal - BBC News Police divers are to retrieve objects from a canal in the search for a schoolgirl who disappeared 60 years ago. Police divers are at Monkland Canal in the search for a schoolgirl who disappeared 60 years ago.
"20.03.2017 10:55:56" bbc.co.uk £1.2m restoration of historic Inverness hall completed - BBC News A historic building that lay derelict for more 20 years has been restored in a £1.2m, seven-year community-led project. Merkinch Welfare Hall in Inverness lay derelict for more than 20 years.
"20.03.2017 09:58:09" bbc.co.uk House destroyed in Muir of Ord blaze - BBC News One person is in hospital after a fire broke out at a house in the Highlands. A devastating house fire in the Highlands has left one person in hospital.
"20.03.2017 08:09:21" bbc.co.uk 'Human swan' plans flight over Hebrides - BBC News A conservationist who made a 4,500-mile motorised paraglider flight along a route followed by migrating swans is planning a Scottish voyage. Conservationist Sacha Dench was dubbed the "human swan" after her 4,500-mile paraglider flight following migrating swans.
"20.03.2017 07:14:36" bbc.co.uk Scotland's papers: Monday 20th March - BBC News Nicola Sturgeon answers the currency question and GPs' weight warnings are two stories on Scotland's front pages. Indy currency and 'fat-shamed' Scots, your front pages from Scotland.
"19.03.2017 13:12:42" bbc.co.uk Jocky Wilson: Darts champion celebrated in new play - BBC News In the days when darts players chain-smoked and drank pints of lager between trips to the oche, Jocky Wilson was one of Scotland's most unlikely sporting heroes. Jocky on the oche. New play celebrates one of Scotland's less likely heroes
"19.03.2017 11:44:55" bbc.co.uk Ruth Davidson: 'Scots do not want a referendum' - BBC News Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson says the SNP'S referendum call does not reflect the will of the Scottish people. Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson says Nicola Sturgeon and the SNP do not reflect the views of the people of Scotland when it comes to an independence referendum
"19.03.2017 08:53:44" What's making the front pages of today's Scottish papers? Nicola Sturgeon's vow on indyref2 and Ryder Cup "terror threat" http://bbc.in/2mIB6Fh
"18.03.2017 17:07:16" bbc.co.uk Sturgeon: Holyrood's will 'must and will prevail' - BBC News The SNP's Nicola Sturgeon tells her party conference that the will of Scotland must prevail. "There will be an independence referendum". Nicola Sturgeon's speech to the SNP's spring conference.
"18.03.2017 13:36:14" bbc.co.uk Gordon Brown: 'Holyrood should gain Brexit powers' - BBC News Ex-prime minister Gordon Brown calls for Holyrood to be handed a raft of new powers after Brexit. Gordon Brown says there is a "third option" for Scotland's future.
"18.03.2017 11:10:01" bbc.co.uk 'My zookeeper daughter was mauled to death by a tiger' - BBC News The mother of a zookeeper mauled to death by a tiger at a zoo in Cumbria says she is still waiting for an apology almost four years later. Still waiting for an apology. The mother whose daughter was killed by a tiger.
"18.03.2017 09:30:02" Scotland's papers: Gordon Brown's "third way" in the referendum debate and the first minister and prime minister set for an indyref2 "showdown" dominate the front pages http://bbc.in/2mCGtoM
"17.03.2017 19:54:50" bbc.co.uk Roddy Riddle first Scot to finish Arctic ultra marathon - BBC News A former international cyclist is the first Scot to finish a 350-mile ultra marathon held above the Arctic Circle. "350 brutal miles across the Arctic" ❄️❄️❄️
"17.03.2017 18:24:20" Heather, snow, frogs and "a wee white dug" - take a look at this week's picture gallery http://bbc.in/2nNG6J1
"17.03.2017 15:42:55" bbc.co.uk Primary school head teacher is powerlifting champion - BBC News A primary school head teacher has retained a British powerlifting champion title for the third year running. Ms Banks can lift 150kg. That's the equivalent of five 10-year-old school children.
"17.03.2017 14:44:00" Monarch of the Glen painting saved for nation The iconic Monarch of the Glen painting has been saved for the nation. More: bbc.in/2nvkS6x
"17.03.2017 14:30:12" bbc.co.uk Edinburgh tram track injuries cost NHS £1m - BBC News Injuries caused by tram tracks in Edinburgh over the last seven years cost the NHS more than £1m. Nearly 200 cyclists have been treated for injuries from accidents on Edinburgh's tram tracks.
"17.03.2017 13:25:16" bbc.co.uk Scotland's oldest graduate plans ninth degree - BBC News Scotland's oldest graduate says he hopes to study for his ninth degree at the age of 87. At the age of 87, Alec Stewart fancies taking up criminology or
"17.03.2017 12:29:46" Live from the SNP conference Angus Robertson SNP deputy leader Angus Robertson says Scotland "will have its referendum". Nick Eardley - BBC spoke to him on Facebook Live at the #SNP17 conference.
"17.03.2017 10:32:25" bbc.co.uk SNP say Conservatives are running scared of independence vote - BBC News SNP Deputy Leader Angus Robertson to accuse Conservatives of "running scared" of Scottish opinion. Angus Robertson says the Tories are "running scared" of Scottish opinion. He's live with Nick Eardley - BBC at the SNP conference at 12:15. Got a question? Post it below.
"17.03.2017 09:18:28" Gloves off, rebuff, crisis, feart, Halleluhja! Scotland's front pages after Theresa May tells SNP it's "not the time" for Indyref2. More: bbc.in/2mPwBtj
"17.03.2017 08:46:09" bbc.co.uk North Sea haddock taken off sustainable 'fish to eat' list - BBC News Haddock from the North Sea and the west of Scotland is taken off a list of sustainable "fish to eat". Haddock numbers have fallen, but the Scottish Fishermen's Federation say our fish suppers are NOT at risk.
"16.03.2017 21:18:00" CalMac's 'eejit' advert a winner How "two eejits" proved to be a winner for CalMac ferries. More: http://bbc.in/2n3hQFJ
"16.03.2017 19:34:36" Eskdalemuir Buddhist centre founder Akong Rinpoche film premiered A documentary about the remarkable life of the founder of Europe's first Tibetan Buddhist Centre has premiered in Dumfriesshire. More: bbc.in/2nwOBcb
"16.03.2017 18:23:44" Nicola Sturgeon on Theresa May's rejection of indyref2 before ... “It would be outrageous and almost anti-democratic for a Conservative government with one MP in Scotland to seek to block the democratic will of the Scottish Parliament.” Nicola Sturgeon reacts to Theresa May's rejection of any independence referendum
"16.03.2017 16:02:03" bbc.co.uk Bike hire scheme to be trialled in Edinburgh - BBC News A cycle hire scheme is to be trialled in Edinburgh in a £150,000 project later this year. Edinburgh gearing up for public bike scheme.
"16.03.2017 15:06:31" bbc.co.uk Aberdeenshire councillors object to Aberdeen FC stadium plans - BBC News Aberdeenshire councillors object to Aberdeen Football Club's new stadium plans. Aberdeenshire Council objects to plans for a new Dons stadium - Aberdeen City Council have final say.
"16.03.2017 14:18:40" Nick Eardley - BBC will be live from the SNP conference with deputy leader Angus Robertson. Got a question? Post it below.
"16.03.2017 13:58:37" Tories respond to Indyref2 plans Scottish Secretary David Mundell and Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson say Nicola Sturgeon's plans for a second Scottish independence referendum will be "conclusively rejected".
We were live as they took questions on the UK government stance.
"16.03.2017 12:58:22" 'Now not the time' for independence vote Theresa May says "Now is not the time" for another referendum on Scottish independence. More: bbc.in/2mMwf6J
"16.03.2017 12:22:44" bbc.co.uk Police renew appeal over missing teenager - BBC News Police renew an appeal to help trace a teenage boy from southern Scotland last seen heading off to play rugby at the weekend. Fifteen-year-old David Ormerod was last seen heading off to play rugby in Dumfries at the weekend.
"16.03.2017 11:21:22" bbc.co.uk Tennent's lager to display unit guidelines - BBC News Cans of Tennent's Lager are to carry updated weekly alcohol consumption guidelines in an industry first. Cans of Tennent's lager will be the first in the UK to have warnings on weekly alcohol consumption.
"16.03.2017 10:45:25" bbc.co.uk Still Game comedy back for eighth series - BBC News BBC comedy Still Game is to return for another TV series following its comeback last year. #StillGame back again! Get ready for an eighth series of Jack and Victor.
"16.03.2017 09:17:24" Into It: Sonny Murray Social Bite Inspiring story from BBC The Social on how homeless Sonny Murray turned his life around and found a job with Social Bite.
"16.03.2017 08:17:29" bbc.co.uk Scottish premiere for Buddhist founder film - BBC News A feature-length documentary film about the founder of Europe's first Tibetan Buddhist centre in Dumfriesshire gets its world premiere. Tibetan monk Akong Rinpoche founded Europe's first Buddhist monastery at a farmhouse in Eskdalemuir.
"16.03.2017 07:24:42" bbc.co.uk Scotland's papers: Thurs 16th March - BBC News The front pages: chancellor performs a "screeching U-turn" and Rory McIlroy criticises historic golf club. Hammond 'humiliated' in tax u-turn and 'obscene' Muirfield. Thursday's Scottish front pages.
"15.03.2017 21:45:01" bbc.co.uk Scottish winners in BBC Countryfile Magazine Awards - BBC News A Scottish garden, forest and conservation project feature among the winners of the BBC Countryfile Magazine Awards 2017. Winners, by a country mile.
"15.03.2017 20:33:38" Emma's hair donation Emma's taking a deep breath and shaving off all three foot of her hair for sick bairns
"15.03.2017 18:49:38" bbc.co.uk Expanded programme for Edinburgh International festival - BBC News The Edinburgh International Festival will mark its 70th anniversary with an expanded programme and events which relate back to the very first festival. 2,020 artists lined up for an amazing mix of music, dance and theatre.
"15.03.2017 18:17:11" Baby death families excluded from review Five of the six families promised an investigation following the deaths of their babies have been excluded from the official review. More: bbc.in/2mK0CuN
"15.03.2017 17:31:06" PMQs Scotland "will be leaving the EU no matter what", Theresa May tells #PMQs. http://bbc.in/2msFmYx
"Where's the #Brexit agreement?" asks Angus Robertson.
"15.03.2017 17:31:05" bbc.co.uk Ticket collector punched in face by teenager - BBC News Police are trying to trace two youths after one of them punched a ticket collector on a train in West Dunbartonshire. He was attacked after asking the youth and his friend to leave the train because they did not have tickets.
"15.03.2017 16:48:30" bbc.co.uk River search after report of body in water near Tay Road Bridge - BBC News A lifeboat and Coastguard search is carried out after a report of a body seen in the water near the Tay Road Bridge. Coastguard officers searched the waterfront area close to the bridge.
"15.03.2017 16:05:52" Peatland restoration plan to cut climate change gas emission An £8m plan to help reduce the country's greenhouse gas emissions has been launched by the Scottish government.
"15.03.2017 15:20:03" bbc.co.uk Former bookmaker loses fight over Rangers relegation bet - BBC News A former bookmaker who sued Coral for not paying out £250,000 on a bet that Rangers would be relegated loses his legal fight. Albert Kinloch placed £100 at 2,500/1 on the Ibrox club being relegated from the SPL in the 2011/12 season.
"15.03.2017 14:30:15" Scottish unemployment falls by 16,000 Unemployment in Scotland fell by 16,000 between November and January to stand at 129,000.
"15.03.2017 13:28:41" bbc.co.uk The Replacement: What did people make of the finale? - BBC News Critics and fans were split over whether the ending was satisfactory. #TheReplacement: What did people make of the finale?
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"15.03.2017 12:55:24" bbc.co.uk Pioneer of Scottish skiing Philip Rankin dies at 99 - BBC News Tributes are being paid to a war-time pilot who went on to become a pioneer of the Scottish ski industry. Tributes paid to Philip Rankin, the spitfire pilot who was inspired to ski after being shot down in WWII.
"15.03.2017 12:16:18" bbc.co.uk Fox cub mistaken for abandoned puppy - BBC News The Scottish SPCA is caring for a fox cub that was thought to be an abandoned puppy after it was found at the side of a road in Hamilton. "When I arrived, I took one look at the little fluffy animal and knew she was a fox cub - and a very cute one at that!"
"15.03.2017 11:45:03" Rebecca is the only female footballer in the UK amputee league "Disability isn't a barrier". Becca is the only female footballer in the UK amputee league.
"15.03.2017 11:16:15" bbc.co.uk Paige killer John Leathem deli firm assets to be seized - BBC News The murderer of teenager Paige Doherty is to have his Clydebank deli business dissolved and its assets seized. Murderer John Leathem will have his deli business seized by the crown. He killed schoolgirl Paige Doherty in a "savage" attack at his shop.
"15.03.2017 10:36:03" bbc.co.uk Man charged after lorry blown over on Forth Road Bridge - BBC News A man is charged with dangerous driving after a lorry overturned in high winds on the Forth Road Bridge. A man has been charged with dangerous driving while the Forth Road Bridge was closed to high-sided vehicles in 50mph winds.
"15.03.2017 10:02:09" bbc.co.uk Scottish unemployment falls by 16,000 - BBC News Unemployment in Scotland fell by 16,000 between November and January to stand at 129,000, according to official figures. Scotland's jobless rate is now 4.7%, now matching the figure for the whole of the UK.
"15.03.2017 08:01:00" bbc.co.uk Independence support 'at highest ever level' - BBC News Study suggests independence support at record high in Scotland - but popularity of EU at record low. The 2014 referendum has left "dramatically increased support" for independence, says the Scottish Social Attitudes survey.
"15.03.2017 07:17:58" bbc.co.uk Scotland's papers: Wed 15th March - BBC News The front pages: Claims support for independence and the Union is rising while Prince William faces ski holiday criticism. Indyref2 polls and Prince William ski "scandal". Scotland's newspapers on Wednesday.
"14.03.2017 21:42:03" bbc.co.uk Three paddle boarders rescued from sea by lifeboat at Aberdeen beach - BBC News Three paddle boarders are rescued by lifeboat after getting into difficulties in the sea off Aberdeen. A number of 999 calls were made after members of the public saw the group get pulled out to sea.
"14.03.2017 19:35:51" bbc.co.uk Girl on scooter seriously hurt in Kilmarnock accident - BBC News An 11-year-old girl is treated in hospital for suspected serious injuries after being struck by a car as she rode a scooter in Kilmarnock. An 11-year-old girl is in hospital with serious injuries after being hit by a car while riding her scooter.
"14.03.2017 19:02:05" Singer Horse McDonald's latest show is most personal to date From a teenager who was bullied for being gay to one of Scotland's leading singer-songwriters. Now, Horse McDonald's latest show is her most personal to date.
"14.03.2017 18:08:55" bbc.co.uk Aberdeen clock tower repairs could be more than £4.3m - BBC News The final bill for repairs to the clock tower at Aberdeen's Town House could end up at more than £4.3m. "We made a commitment to bring this important civic building back to life."
"14.03.2017 16:29:18" bbc.co.uk Man accused of killing toddler Harlow Edwards in road crash - BBC News A man appears court accused of killing toddler Harlow Edwards by driving dangerously and crashing into her on a pavement. Luke Pirie appeared in Perth Sheriff Court, allegedly having lost control of his vehicle and caused the death of the two-year-old.
"14.03.2017 15:51:32" bbc.co.uk Overturned lorry closes Forth Road Bridge - BBC News A lorry overturns on the Forth Road Bridge causing the bridge to be closed to traffic in both directions. Forth Road Bridge closed after a lorry tried to cross in 50mph winds.
"14.03.2017 15:15:55" bbc.co.uk Woman guilty of stealing from Dundee pensioner - BBC News A woman has been found guilty of stealing £2,590 from a pensioner who considered her to be his friend. A Dundee woman stole £2,500 from her 77-year-old "friend", after he trusted her to help with his banking.
"14.03.2017 14:20:51" Giant wildfire at Lossiemouth Families have been evacuated as fire crews tackle a giant wildfire at Lossiemouth. More: bbc.in/2mnFWH5
"14.03.2017 12:45:12" bbc.co.uk Arlo jumps up Scottish baby names list - BBC News The full list of names given to babies in Scotland last year shows Arlo is the fastest growing name among boys. 68 babies called Arlo last year share their name with an 11-year-old Apatosaurus in the film The Good Dinosaur.
"14.03.2017 12:15:25" bbc.co.uk Police appeal to trace missing teenager - BBC News Police appeal for information to help trace a teenage boy from southern Scotland last seen heading off to play rugby. David Ormerod, 15, of Closeburn was last seen heading off to play rugby at the weekend.
"14.03.2017 11:37:42" bbc.co.uk Muirfield golf club overturns men-only policy - BBC News Muirfield golf club votes to admit women as members for the first time in its history. Members at the privately-owned club voted 80.2% in favour of updating their membership policy.
"14.03.2017 11:30:23" bbc.co.uk New bid to solve Moira Anderson mystery - BBC News A new search to find a schoolgirl who disappeared 60 years in North Lanarkshire will get under way later, focusing on Monkland canal. Moira Anderson disappeared 60 years ago after leaving her grandmother's house to go to the shops.
"14.03.2017 10:01:53" bbc.co.uk Scottish independence: May 'should not block referendum' - BBC News The SNP's deputy leader says his party was elected on a mandate to hold a referendum. May urged not to block a second Scottish indyref.
"14.03.2017 08:55:01" bbc.co.uk Do voters in Scotland want a second referendum? - BBC News John Curtice, professor of politics at Strathclyde University, looks at whether there is an appetite for another independence referendum. For or against?
"14.03.2017 08:15:28" bbc.co.uk New off-road bikes damage to nature reserve near Golspie - BBC News Further damage caused by people on off-road motorbikes has been discovered on land at a nature reserve in the Highlands. Off-road bikes ripping up nature reserve.
"14.03.2017 07:26:32" Sturgeon 'ambushes' May- calls for an #indyref2 dominate Tuesday's Scottish front pages » http://bbc.in/2nyQNPA
"13.03.2017 20:55:00" bbc.co.uk World Cup 2018: Scotland must beat Slovenia to revive hopes, admits Gordon Strachan Scotland cannot afford anything less than a World Cup qualifying victory over Slovenia, head coach Gordon Strachan admits. "We must win that game."
"13.03.2017 19:22:00" Runway replaced as Scotland slept Here's how the runway at one of Scotland's major airports was replaced bit-by-bit in the dead of night.
"13.03.2017 17:00:20" bbc.co.uk Restored antique map goes on display at National Library of Scotland - BBC News A rare antique map of the world found during building work goes on public display after being saved by conservation experts. The rare antique map was saved by conservation experts after being found in Aberdeenshire ️
"13.03.2017 16:19:56" bbc.co.uk Ibrox control setback for chairman Dave King - BBC News Rangers chairman David King could be liable to buy all the shares in the holding company, held by the rest of its shareholders - at 20p a share. Rangers chairman Dave King could face a bill of up to £12m after a ruling on how he took charge of the Ibrox club.
"13.03.2017 15:47:23" bbc.co.uk Glasgow university rector nominee attacks critics - BBC News Milo Yiannopoulos hits back at calls to remove him… Milo Yiannopoulos, a former editor of Breitbart News, has called his critics "close-minded".
"13.03.2017 15:08:53" Amputee footballers in Glasgow These amputee footballers show that having a missing limb is no barrier to having a sporting lifestyle.
"13.03.2017 14:32:41" bbc.co.uk Kidnapped cattle dealer's 'shipping container cell' - BBC News A cattle dealer was tied up in a pitch-dark shipping container for five days, it emerges. Kidnap victim's 'squalid' cell revealed.
"13.03.2017 13:53:42" bbc.co.uk Labradors join Edinburgh Napier interview panel - BBC News Three Labradors join an Edinburgh Napier University interview panel for a veterinary nursing course. Prospective vet students faced a surprising interview panel when they applied to study in Edinburgh
"13.03.2017 12:51:47" Nicola Sturgeon seeks second independence vote Nicola Sturgeon wants a second Scottish independence referendum between autumn 2018 and spring 2019. More: bbc.in/2miC0Y5
"13.03.2017 10:41:44" bbc.co.uk Rare 'UFO clouds' and rainbow spotted in Scotland - BBC News Photos of unusual cloud formations, with a reflection of a rainbow, are captured across the north east of Scotland. Beam me up!
"13.03.2017 08:02:50" bbc.co.uk Airport runway replaced as Scotland sleeps - BBC News A major civil engineering project takes place while most of Scotland was asleep. Glasgow Airport's runway is being replaced piece by piece, in the middle of the night.
"13.03.2017 07:25:00" bbc.co.uk Scotland's papers: Mon 13th March - BBC News Front pages: Scotland on a 'knife-edge' and 'chemical castration' plans for sex offenders. Indyref2 poll and 'chemical castration'. Scotland's front pages on Monday.
"13.03.2017 04:25:00" Nicola Sturgeon gives 'important' Brexit statement Nicola Sturgeon has confirmed she will ask for permission to hold a second Scottish independence referendum, in a live speech from Edinburgh.
"12.03.2017 10:17:48" Scotland's papers: Nicola Sturgeon's death threats and Indyref2 poll http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-39247638
"12.03.2017 09:04:35" One of Scotland's best-kept secrets - the bothy network - revealed. All photos by Geoff Allan/Scottish Bothy Bible. See more: http://bbc.in/2meTghO
"10.03.2017 18:21:33" bbc.co.uk No uni place after sitting Higher early - BBC News A teenager was told he did not get a place on a university course because he sat a Higher a year early. Struan McCulloch was told he did not get a place on a university course because he sat a Higher a year early
"10.03.2017 18:12:45" syria A father who was separated from his son during a bombing raid in Syria says he's "overwhelmed" to be reunited with him in Scotland http://bbc.in/2mJNmrS
"10.03.2017 17:00:00" Light on the town. Your photos from Scotland this week: Full gallery: bbc.in/2mrdTby
"10.03.2017 16:30:31" Dancing for Dementia Choreographer Chris Wilson is using dance to enrich the lives of people with dementia. BBC Timeline made this film about his work. More: http://bbc.in/2mrl6Ix
"10.03.2017 16:01:00" bbc.co.uk Wannabe Bonds blamed for damage in Highlands glen - BBC News Tourists recreating a scene from Bond movie Skyfall have been accused of causing damage in a Highlands glen. Tourists visiting the Highland location of James Bond film Skyfall have been blamed for damage at a roadside beauty-spot
"10.03.2017 15:26:57" Funeral tributes to "inspirational" footballer Tommy Gemmell. More: bbc.in/2mr7TPV
"10.03.2017 14:19:15" bbc.co.uk Child found with teddy bear wiring around neck - BBC News A warning is issued about some toys bought online after a Moray toddler is found with electrical wiring wrapped around her neck. Trading Standards have issued warning to parents over the light-up soft toys bought online.
"10.03.2017 13:37:24" bbc.co.uk Call for third Gaelic school in Glasgow - BBC News A third Gaelic primary school is to be considered for Glasgow to meet spiralling demand. Demand is growing for pupil places at Glasgow's existing two Gaelic schools.
"10.03.2017 12:21:58" Look inside Scotland's baby box The design of Scotland's new baby boxes has been revealed. Take a look inside. More: http://bbc.in/2nlEAgH
"10.03.2017 11:12:23" bbc.co.uk Willie Rennie calls for Brexit deal referendum - BBC News Willie Rennie will urge the Scottish Liberal Democrats to help "turn back the tide of division" at the party's spring conference. Will Rennie says voters should "sign off" a final Brexit deal in another referendum. We're on Facebook Live with him at the Scottish Lib Dem conference at 12:45. Post your questions below.
"10.03.2017 09:42:32" bbc.co.uk Why fit unisex toilets in schools? - BBC News Glasgow City Council is the latest local authority to get caught up in a unisex toilet controversy. What's life like on the frontline of school toilet innovation? Glasgow is the latest UK council planning to fit unisex toilets in primary schools. Some parents have objected strongly.
"10.03.2017 08:28:31" bbc.co.uk Front pages: Fri 10th March - BBC News Half of Scots back independence, new poll says, and May back-pedals on tax rise, according to the front pages. Yes vote "surge'"and Tory tax u-turn. Scotland's front pages on Friday.
"10.03.2017 04:45:00" Live from the Scottish Lib Dem conference, BBC political correspondent Andrew Kerr will be with leader Willie Rennie. Got a question? Post it below.
"09.03.2017 21:43:01" bbc.co.uk Colonsay whale art classified by Ordnance Survey - BBC News A giant piece of public art in the Hebrides has been classified as a geographic feature by map-maker Ordnance Survey. A great tale.
"09.03.2017 19:55:00" A day out for #DisabledAccessDay "As long as there's a willingness from staff" - Ryan and Hope go on a day out and talk #DisabledAccessDay.
"09.03.2017 18:38:01" bbc.co.uk What's the greatest ever Scottish comeback in European football? Barcelona's heroics at the Nou Camp evoke memories of incredible European nights in Scottish football's past. "Crazy and unbelievable."
"09.03.2017 17:36:34" First Minister's Questions The SNP are accused of offering "false hope" over oil during the independence referendum - John Swinney says Labour and the Tories are "back together again".
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"09.03.2017 15:29:01" bbc.co.uk Drug trafficker jailed for jail drone bid at Edinburgh prison - BBC News A drug trafficker who tried to smuggle heroin into an Edinburgh prison by flying a drone over a built-up area is jailed for more than five years. Man jailed for trying to fly a drug drone into a Scottish prison.
"09.03.2017 13:36:49" bbc.co.uk Mummy shroud found after 80 years in museum collection - BBC News A unique, full-length mummy shroud which is over 2,000 years old is discovered in National Museums Scotland's collections. Hello mummy.
"09.03.2017 12:45:00" Angela code word for dates gone wrong What if a date doesn't feel quite right? Aberdeen bars are adopting the #AskForAngela safety code word.
"09.03.2017 12:10:00" Trainspotting parkour in Edinburgh Flipping amazing! The opening of Trainspotting recreated by 16-year-old freerunner Robbie Griffith. More: bbc.in/2mmuJbv
"09.03.2017 11:39:21" bbc.co.uk Kevin Bridges to host MND event at Glasgow Comedy Festival - BBC News Comedian Kevin Bridges is to host a fundraising event in memory of MND campaigner Gordon Aikman, who died last month. Comedian Kevin Bridges is hosting a fundraising show in memory of Motor Neurone Disease campaigner Gordon Aikman.
"09.03.2017 10:46:00" Autumn 2018 'common sense' for #indyref2 Scotland's first minister Nicola Sturgeon says autumn 2018 would be a "common sense" date for any #indyref2 vote.
"09.03.2017 08:47:23" bbc.co.uk Police 'lost out' on £200m savings after IT scheme collapse - BBC News A spending watchdog calls on Police Scotland to urgently reassess its IT needs after the collapse of a multi-million pound computer project. "There is an urgent need for a frank assessment of Police Scotland's IT requirements."
"09.03.2017 08:10:15" bbc.co.uk £700,000 raised at Glasgow School of Art ashes auction - BBC News Artwork created using ashes from the fire-damaged Glasgow School of Art raises more than £700,00 at auction. Twenty-five international artists created art from the ashes of the famous Mackintosh library - destroyed by fire in 2014.
"09.03.2017 07:19:17" bbc.co.uk Scottish front pages: Thurs 9th March - BBC News Philip Hammond under fire for breaking manifesto pledge and Lotto winner Jane Park's drink-drive fine dominate the front pages. Hammond's tax rise and Lotto winner's £900 drink-drive fine. Our daily review of Scotland's front pages.
"08.03.2017 19:30:01" bbc.co.uk Euromillions winner Jane Park admits drink-driving - BBC News Britain's youngest Euromillions millionaire Jane Park admits drink-driving. Britain's youngest Euromillions winner is banned for 18 months for driving three times over the alcohol limit in Edinburgh.
"08.03.2017 18:52:43" bbc.co.uk Gravitational waves pioneer Ron Drever dies aged 85 - BBC News Scottish physicist Ron Drever, one of the architects behind the discovery of gravitational waves, has died at the age of 85. RIP Prof Ron Drever. The Scots physicist was behind work that led to the detection of ripples in the fabric of space-time.
"08.03.2017 17:57:27" Divers map wrecks at Scapa Flow Going with the flow. Divers are making detailed maps of Germany's WW1 fleet on the Orkney seabed. More: bbc.in/2mGiPfe
"08.03.2017 16:58:32" bbc.co.uk Singer Paolo Nutini denies drink-driving - BBC News Singer Paolo Nutini appears in court to deny driving while more than double the legal alcohol limit. 30-year-old Nutini entered a not guilty plea at Paisley Sheriff Court.
"08.03.2017 16:02:30" bbc.co.uk Conservatoire in world top three for arts education - BBC News The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland is ranked in the world top three for performing arts education. Established in 1847, the Glasgow institution moved up in the QS World Rankings 2017 to join Juilliard in New York and The Royal College of Music in London.
"08.03.2017 15:28:25" Timeline Photos The Scottish government will receive a £350m funding boost as a result of measures announced in his budget, the chancellor has said.
"08.03.2017 14:47:55" bbc.co.uk Aberdeenshire sheep is hit for amateur photographer - BBC News A photograph of a sheep with its head stuck in a bale of hay becomes a social media hit. Best photo of a sheep with its head stuck in a bale of straw you'll see today.
"08.03.2017 13:56:25" bbc.co.uk Jimmy Johnstone documentary nominated for award - BBC News A documentary about Scotland and Celtic footballer Jimmy Johnstone is nominated for a broadcasting industry award. A documentary about former Celtic and Scotland player Jimmy Johnstone was made a decade on from his death in 2006.
"08.03.2017 12:57:02" Inverness pupils 'enjoying' books by reading to dogs Scottish school pupils say that having a dog in the reading corner makes them feel more relaxed
"08.03.2017 11:52:03" The mother of missing Corrie Mckeague says it is "just a matter of time" before her son's body is found. More: bbc.in/2mj7VLa
"08.03.2017 11:23:56" bbc.co.uk 'Ask for Angela' safety code word for dates scheme begins in Aberdeen - BBC News A code word campaign for people feeling unsafe on a date is being adopted in Aberdeen. It allows people to subtly ask for help by going to the bar to 'Ask for Angela' - alerting staff that they need help.
"08.03.2017 10:42:31" bbc.co.uk Twenty youth football clubs suspended over unchecked coaches - BBC News Twenty youth football clubs across Scotland are suspended from their leagues due to coaches not having full background checks. David Little, head of the Scottish Youth Football Association, told MSPs that 488 people had been automatically debarred.
"08.03.2017 08:27:18" bbc.co.uk Greenock road closed due to factory fire - BBC News The A8 is closed in Greenock due to a factory fire which broke out in the early hours of the morning. Firefighters tackling overnight factory blaze in Greenock.
"08.03.2017 07:45:50" bbc.co.uk Missing Corrie Mckeague: Mother prays he is found quickly - BBC News Corrie Mckeague's mother prays he is "found quickly", amid new evidence about his disappearance. "I can only pray that Corrie is found quickly and that we are able to get answers."
"08.03.2017 07:35:00" Named Persons, #Brexit 'bombshell' and spying TVs - the Scottish front pages for Wednesday » http://bbc.in/2m17Rgz
"07.03.2017 22:44:23" bbc.co.uk Meet Scotland's 'outstanding' women - BBC News Ten women are inducted into the Saltire Society's "Outstanding Women of Scotland" hall of fame. What makes these 10 Scottish women so special?
"07.03.2017 18:24:50" BBC Timeline: Living Apart Adam met and married Robert while studying in the UK. They're now apart after a Home Office decision forced him back to the US. BBC Timeline made this film about their story.
"07.03.2017 18:00:00" Parkinson's dance lessons Free, weekly dance classes are said to be helping people who have Parkinson's.
"07.03.2017 17:13:48" bbc.co.uk 'Wonderful honour' for rower Grainger - BBC News Scottish rower Katherine Grainger is made a Dame by the Queen at a ceremony at Buckingham Palace. "As an athlete it's not something you ever realistically aim for, or think about or consider, so for it to be awarded is incredible" ️
"07.03.2017 16:45:00" Karaoke dog Jake live on BBC News Meet Jake the Arbroath harbour dog. He loves chasing seagulls, howling and a bit of karaoke. He gave a live performance on BBC News.
"07.03.2017 15:59:46" bbc.co.uk Further delay for Named Person scheme - BBC News The Scottish government will bring in new legislation in a bid to implement its Named Person scheme in 2018 - a delay from its previous aim of August of this year. The system would appoint a named person - usually a teacher or health visitor - to ensure the wellbeing of every child.
"07.03.2017 15:16:28" bbc.co.uk Karaoke dog Jake is Top of the Pups - BBC News A working dog with a love of Guinness and karaoke is proving to be a hit with visitors to Arbroath harbour. "He sings Beach Boys songs, he loves Sloop John B and he loves singing along to the solo guitar parts of Pink Floyd"
"07.03.2017 14:37:10" bbc.co.uk Edinburgh hotel protestor evicted from tree - BBC News A sheriff rules a man living in a tree-house in Edinburgh's Grassmarket should be evicted from the site. Simon Byrom spent a week up a tree in Edinburgh's Grassmarket.
"07.03.2017 13:48:38" Wife poisoned by husband who stole her money He was a "normal, lovely guy". Elizabeth Smith discovered her fantasist husband was poisoning her for years to steal her money. More: bbc.in/2mSaq8J
"07.03.2017 13:08:00" bbc.co.uk Humpback whale spotted in Firth of Forth - BBC News An amateur photographer manages to capture a humpback whale doing a backflip in the Firth of Forth. A surprise visitor has been making a splash in Fife.
"07.03.2017 12:33:09" bbc.co.uk Bride and groom on skis for mountain wedding - BBC News Two snowsports enthusiasts got married at a Scottish ski resort before sliding off down a run in their wedding outfits. Snowsports couple Bridget and Jonathan Reid tied the knot on a mountain slope in the Highlands. ❄️️
"07.03.2017 11:45:00" Photos from BBC Scotland News's post Memories of 70 years of the Edinburgh International Film Festival.
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"07.03.2017 10:09:20" bbc.co.uk Pollen adds to intrigue over Bronze Age woman 'Ava' - BBC News Analysis of pollen found on pottery buried with a woman more than 4,100 years ago has identified plants used for medicinal purposes, "raising interesting questions". "The presence of several different species of plant which are considered to have medicinal properties raises interesting questions."
"07.03.2017 08:33:00" bbc.co.uk Campaign aims to destroy rape myths and misconceptions - BBC News A new campaign aimed at destroying the "myths" and misconceptions around rape is to be launched. Judges in Scotland will be able to direct juries to consider that rape victims can "freeze" through fear.
"07.03.2017 07:53:35" bbc.co.uk Streets across Scotland 'getting dirtier' - BBC News Streets in most council areas across Scotland are getting dirtier, according to the public spending watchdog. What are the streets like near you?
"07.03.2017 07:31:48" Budget cuts impact and unisex school loos - catch up with Tuesday's Scottish front pages » http://bbc.in/2n9eoWN
"06.03.2017 20:49:00" Extra long distance Gaelic learning A student from Singapore has taught himself Gaelic after being inspired by music and poetry.
"06.03.2017 19:28:00" Aerial footage of huge Glasgow fire The fire is out now, but here's how the massive blaze at a Glasgow scrapyard looked from the air.
"06.03.2017 17:26:02" 80-year-old dance teacher gets extra special surprise at his b... This 80-year-old dance teacher got an extra special surprise at his birthday party.
"06.03.2017 17:01:49" bbc.co.uk Driver dragged from taxi in racist attack in Edinburgh - BBC News A gang of about 10 people attack a taxi driver in what police are calling a racially-motivated assault and robbery in Edinburgh. The attackers, aged between 14 and 20, also stole a three figure sum of cash in what police are calling a racially-motivated assault and robbery.
"06.03.2017 15:54:18" bbc.co.uk Scotland's 'superfamily' set to welcome first grandchild - BBC News A Dundee mother of 13 says she can't wait to become a grandmother for the first time in the summer. Emma Hann and husband Roy, whose 13 children are aged between two and 25, say they are "really excited" to become grandparents for the first time.
"06.03.2017 15:04:55" bbc.co.uk Scottish independence: SNP's economic case 'should not include oil' - BBC News The economic case for independence should not include North Sea oil revenues, the chairman of the SNP's growth commission says. Economic case for independence should not include North Sea oil revenues, the chairman of the SNP's growth commission has said.
"06.03.2017 14:33:26" Your pictures of the Glasgow scrapyard blaze. Smoke could be seen from 40 miles away. Gallery: bbc.in/2mekG9J
"06.03.2017 13:00:00" bbc.co.uk 'Smart' sensors fitted to litter bins in Glasgow - BBC News Street rubbish bins will automatically report when they need emptied, under a trial by Glasgow City Council. Glasgow City Council to trial bins with sensors that would alert cleansing staff when they need emptied ️
"06.03.2017 12:11:47" bbc.co.uk Firefighters extinguish 17-hour Glasgow scrapyard blaze - BBC News A fire at a scrapyard in the Govan area of Glasgow is extinguished after firefighters worked through the night. About 50 firefighters attended at the peak of the blaze, with around 3,000 local residents without power.
"06.03.2017 11:30:00" bbc.co.uk Restaurant owner offers fire-raisers an unusual reward - BBC News A businessman offers an unusual reward after youths started a fire at his restaurant - they can have a job. "To the two young lads who tried to set a fire at Fennel, I'm offering you a job"
"06.03.2017 10:30:52" bbc.co.uk Culture of denial over sectarianism in Scotland, report says - BBC News A culture of denial about the extent of problems caused by sectarianism still exists in Scotland, a new report says. Dr Duncan Morrow said that football was only one part of the jigsaw of sectarianism.
"06.03.2017 09:48:55" bbc.co.uk OAP drove mobility scooter on motorway - BBC News An elderly man is pulled over by police for driving his mobility scooter on the M74 in Lanarkshire. Police stopped a 92-year-old man on the M74 in Lanarkshire.
"06.03.2017 08:46:42" bbc.co.uk Suicide 'more likely' among poorest Scots - BBC News The poorest Scots are three times more likely to take their life than the richest, according to the Samaritans charity. Scotland's suicide rate is three times higher in deprived areas, a Samaritans report found.
"06.03.2017 07:48:48" bbc.co.uk Steep rise in 'bank of mum and dad' lending - BBC News The average loan young Scots are taking out with their parents has risen steeply to nearly £4,000, according to new research. Young Scots are now borrowing £4,000 from their parents, says Bank of Scotland.
"06.03.2017 07:13:58" bbc.co.uk Scotland's papers: Mon 6th March - BBC News The front pages: A huge fire at a scrapyard in Glasgow and the potential merger of two major Scottish fund managers. Scrapyard inferno and asset manager deal. Monday's front pages from Scotland.
"05.03.2017 17:33:39" bbc.co.uk Large fire breaks out at scrapyard in Govan - BBC News Fire crews attend large blaze at a scrapyard in Glasgow.
"05.03.2017 16:09:33" bbc.co.uk Man, 24, found injured on East Kilbride street dies - BBC News Police are investigating the death of a 24-year-old man found injured on a street in South Lanarkshire.
"05.03.2017 13:18:04" bbc.co.uk Tributes paid after Scots mountain rescuer dies - BBC News Tributes are paid to a member of Skye Mountain Rescue Team who died suddenly while on a hillwalking trip with friends.
"05.03.2017 12:16:50" bbc.co.uk Scottish school meal standards to be reviewed - BBC News Education Secretary John Swinney announces a review of school meal standards.
"05.03.2017 11:29:42" bbc.co.uk Mesh sufferers quit expert group over 'diluted' report - BBC News Two patient representatives quit the independent review group looking at the safety of mesh implants
"05.03.2017 10:58:55" bbc.co.uk Women job 'scandal' and ticket 'sting' - BBC News Women being denied Scotland's top jobs and rugby chiefs in £3,000 ticket sting are among the stories in the Sunday papers.
"04.03.2017 20:29:36" bbc.co.uk Man, 80, struck by car in Glasgow dies from injuries - BBC News An 80-year-old man who was hit by a car in Glasgow on Tuesday dies in hospital. Eighty-year-old man dies after being struck by car in Cardonald
"04.03.2017 19:20:03" bbc.co.uk Aberdeen Asset Management and Standard Life 'explore merger' - BBC News Two of Scotland's largest companies - Aberdeen Asset Management and Standard Life - explore £11bn merger, reports claim. Firms 'in talks' over £11bn merger
"04.03.2017 18:15:03" bbc.co.uk Family search for 'cliff fall' teenager Ralph Smith - BBC News The family of a teenager who is believed to have fallen from Arbroath Cliffs take part in a search for his body. Family organise search for missing teenager Ralph Smith
"04.03.2017 10:37:00" Antony Gormley Angel of Kintrye. Antony Gormley's abstract human statue gets a permanent home. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-39127010
"04.03.2017 09:04:18" bbc.co.uk Scotland's papers on Saturday 4 March 2017 - BBC News Prime minister sets collision course with SNP and… Scotland's front pages: Indyref2 'war' and repentant Rod
"03.03.2017 18:15:36" PM Theresa May makes case for 'our precious Union' Prime Minister Theresa May made the case for the "precious Union" of the UK at the Scottish Conservative conference in Glasgow. More: http://bbc.in/2mAsaFu
"03.03.2017 17:40:32" bbc.co.uk Danish students rescued on day one of 12-week walking tour - BBC News Two Danish students are rescued from the Pennine Way on the first day of a three-month walking tour of the UK and Ireland. "There was a lot more snow than we expected. And it was cold and wet."
"03.03.2017 17:07:00" From the archive: Elvis at Prestwick On March 3, 1960, Elvis made his famous landing at Prestwick Airport. In 2010, an impersonator brought back some memories for one super fan.
"03.03.2017 16:14:42" Fishermen rescued seconds from sinking Amazing rescue by Lerwick's heroic lifeboat crew. More: bbc.in/2mUl0rP
"03.03.2017 14:25:21" bbc.co.uk Scottish sugar consumption leads to cancer warning - BBC News Cancer Research UK warns that Scotland's sweet tooth is leading the country to an "epidemic of larger waistlines and increased cancer risk". 39% of Scots eat sweets at least once a day, a Cancer Research survey found.
"03.03.2017 13:06:44" bbc.co.uk Sir Rod Stewart apologises over desert 'mock execution' - BBC News Sir Rod Stewart apologises after he was filmed appearing to stage a mock execution in the desert. Sir Rod says a video was misinterpreted as a hostage beheading - his friends were just "playing Game Of Thrones".
"03.03.2017 11:04:59" bbc.co.uk Head teacher injured in primary school attack - BBC News A primary school head teacher is treated for minor injuries after an attack by a pupil. Renfrewshire primary school head teacher taken to hospital after she was attacked by pupil.
"03.03.2017 10:10:42" bbc.co.uk Davidson says 'no popular support' for independence vote - BBC News Scotland's Conservative Party leader Ruth Davidson says there is no popular support for a second Scottish independence referendum. Ruth Davidson says Nicola Sturgeon has "no popular support" for IndyRef2 as the Scottish Tory conference opens. Nick Eardley is on Facebook Live with her at 12:00. Post your questions below.
"03.03.2017 07:41:38" bbc.co.uk Edinburgh Festivals Scottish talent given £2.3m - BBC News A £2.3m investment is being made in Scottish talent as part of the 70th anniversary of Edinburgh festivals.
"03.03.2017 07:10:30" bbc.co.uk Scotland's papers on Friday 3 March 2017 - BBC News Theresa May's warning to Nicola Sturgeon and tributes to Celtic… Scotland's front pages: Sturgeon's 'game' and Celtic's Lionheart
"03.03.2017 06:51:27" bbc.co.uk 'Huge' automotive parts plant planned for Lochaber Smelter - BBC News The new owners of the UK's last remaining aluminium smelter yard plan to construct a "huge" automotive manufacturing plant at the site.
"02.03.2017 20:46:00" bbc.co.uk Facelift planned for Glasgow's 'Smartie tube' bridge - BBC News The 30-year-old covered walkway between the SEC and Finnieston could be redeveloped with £5m from the Glasgow City Region City Deal. Smartening up time for 'Smartie tube'.
"02.03.2017 20:00:00" The BBC's Nick Eardley will be live from Scottish Conservative conference with leader Ruth Davidson. Got a question? Post it below.
"02.03.2017 18:12:42" Theresa May: 'No powers will be taken from Scotland post-Brexit' In an exclusive interview with BBC Scotland, Prime Minister Theresa May says no powers will be taken from the Scottish government post-Brexit and Holyrood may get more powers devolved to it. More: bbc.in/2lDYlQk
"02.03.2017 16:44:20" Some hospitals spending 94p per meal BBC Scotland has found that some hospitals are spending as little as 94p on each meal served to patients. What is your experience of hospital food? More: bbc.in/2lYXv1y
"02.03.2017 15:42:17" Tommy Gemmell on how the Lisbon Lions felt before facing Inter... RIP Tommy Gemmell.1943-2017.
"02.03.2017 14:47:36" bbc.co.uk Glasgow school launches American-style diner - BBC News A 1950s American-style diner is built on the premises of a Glasgow secondary school to encourage pupils to eat more healthily. Glasgow's Holyrood Secondary has opened a "nutritious" American diner to encourage pupils to avoid fast food outlets.
"02.03.2017 14:13:45" bbc.co.uk Alexander Fleming's mould samples sold at auction - BBC News Samples of penicillin mould, signed and inscribed by Alexander Fleming fetch thousands at auction. Fleming's 90-year-old mould sold for £24,000.
"02.03.2017 13:40:21" bbc.co.uk Gordon and Sarah Brown's charity saves ex-leader's grandchild - BBC News How Gordon and Sarah Brown's daughter's death helped save Ella, grandchild of another Labour leader. "They've given us our daughter" - how the death of Gordon and Sarah Brown's baby helped save little Ella.
"02.03.2017 12:45:47" bbc.co.uk Scottish police boss defends £950-a-day accountant - BBC News The head of the Scottish Police Authority defends paying an accountant almost £1,000 a day to help sort out a multi-million pound deficit. The Scottish Police Authority paid an accountant nearly £1000 a day to sort out its multi-million pound funding gap.
"02.03.2017 11:38:24" bbc.co.uk CCTV released over 'violent' street robbery - BBC News Police release CCTV images of a man they want to speak to after a 23-year-old woman was assaulted and robbed of her handbag. A 23-year-old woman was assaulted and robbed of her handbag in Glasgow.
"02.03.2017 10:58:23" Did you see the amazing Aurora over Scotland last night?
"02.03.2017 09:48:26" bbc.co.uk Taxi driver's hand cut in Rolex robbery - BBC News A taxi driver is threatened with a knife and has his hand cut during a robbery in Edinburgh. An Edinburgh taxi driver had his £7500 Rolex watch stolen at knifepoint, after taking a passenger to an all-night bakery.
"02.03.2017 09:02:32" bbc.co.uk Lisbon Lion Tommy Gemmell dies aged 73 - BBC Sport Celtic pay tribute to Lisbon Lion Tommy Gemmell, who has died following a long illness. Tributes paid to Celtic FC legend Tommy Gemell, who has died after a long illness.
"02.03.2017 08:04:01" bbc.co.uk Schools reading challenge to be expanded - BBC News A challenge encouraging Scottish children to read more is being extended to all primary school pupils. Scotland's school reading challenge will reach an extra 173,000 children, Nicola Sturgeon announces for #WorldBookDay.
"02.03.2017 07:25:06" bbc.co.uk Scotland's papers: Thurs 2 March - BBC News The front pages: Donald Trump reportedly set to visit Scotland and claims Countdown host worked for secret service. Donald Trump's visit and Countdown MI5 claim. Scotland's papers on Thursday.
"01.03.2017 21:35:04" bbc.co.uk Edinburgh street to close for £6m upgrade - BBC News A road which is to house a new shopping centre in Edinburgh is to be closed for almost a year for a £6m upgrade including extensive utility works. Edinburgh's Leith Street will be closed for almost a year during building works.
"01.03.2017 20:55:00" bbc.co.uk Highland Council to charge for garden waste collection - BBC News A local authority is to introduce a new charge for emptying bins used for recycling garden waste. Highland residents will pay £30 a year for their brown bins for garden waste recycling.
"01.03.2017 20:30:33" AG Barr to halve sugar content in Irn Bru From 140 to 66 calories...Irn Bru is halving its sugar content in its regular version as the government cracks down on fizzy drinks. More: bbc.in/2lzwpNv
"01.03.2017 20:07:16" Murderer Tanveer Ahmed inspires Pakistani hardliners from Scot... Hundreds of people have attended an event in Pakistan held in honour of the killer of Glasgow shopkeeper Asad Shah. Our Pakistan correspondent Secunder Kermani reports. More: http://bbc.in/2lV6dxO
"01.03.2017 18:45:00" Take a tour of Perth with Fred McAulay Fred MacAulay takes BBC Timeline on a tour of his hometown Perth - in the running for UK City of Culture 2021.
"01.03.2017 18:20:01" Using a mobile while driving From today, the penalty for using a mobile at the wheel doubles to six points and a £200 fine. BBC Radio Scotland looks at the new rules. More: bbc.in/2mrDgMW
"01.03.2017 17:50:34" bbc.co.uk School staff member told 'watch Big Bang Theory' as Asperger's training - BBC News A member of staff at a Scottish school was told to "watch the Big Bang Theory" as training for dealing with a pupil with Asperger syndrome, MSPs hear. Teachers aren't getting enough training to help children with additional needs, learning support experts have told MSPs.
"01.03.2017 17:24:00" bbc.co.uk Scotland's non-biting midges - BBC News A new species of midge has been discovered but there is no need to reach for the insect repellent. In the flesh - meet Scotland's non-biting midgies.
"01.03.2017 16:05:07" bbc.co.uk 'Fewer' Down's syndrome terminations in Scotland - BBC News Fewer Scottish women are terminating pregnancies following a Down's syndrome diagnosis, a study suggests. Researchers said the findings might reflect changes in attitudes.
"01.03.2017 15:22:01" Controversial camping laws to protect Loch Lomond It's one of Scotland's most beautiful places. Now controversial new rules for campers aim to protect it from anti-social behaviour.
"01.03.2017 13:46:16" Timeline Photos BBC Scotland News reporter Graeme Ogston was one of those given a sneak peek of progress at the new £80m V&A Dundee museum today and took this panoramic photo.
"01.03.2017 12:45:53" bbc.co.uk Orkney primary school goldfish get flaming Viking burial boat send off - BBC News Two goldfish are given flaming Viking burial boat send off by Orkney primary schoolchildren after they died. Bubbles and Freddy were given a traditional Norse ceremony to start their journey to Valhalla.
"01.03.2017 11:40:12" bbc.co.uk Sir Tom to return to Glasgow for Bandstand concert - BBC News Sir Tom Jones will be playing at an open-air concert in Glasgow for the second year running, it is announced. "Glasgow crowds are one of the best in the world"
"01.03.2017 10:36:00" The food miles for school meals How did the chicken get to school? http://bbc.in/2ms7WxA
"01.03.2017 09:31:00" bbc.co.uk Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park camping by-laws come into force - BBC News New seasonal by-laws come into force which will restrict camping around Loch Lomond and in the Trossachs. When wild camping gets too wild.
"01.03.2017 09:23:19" Welsh whisky in good spirits Iechyd da! Toasting Welsh whisky on St David's Day. http://bbc.in/2lS22EB
"01.03.2017 08:00:03" bbc.co.uk Sturgeon warns of 'attack on devolution' - BBC News Scotland's first minister accuses the UK government of using Brexit to launch an attack on devolution. Nicola Sturgeon accuses the UK government of using Brexit to undermine devolution.
"01.03.2017 07:32:08" Devolution 'attack' and Green pays up - the front pages in Scotland for Wednesday » http://bbc.in/2lxmacn
"28.02.2017 19:45:01" bbc.co.uk Man spends 24 hours in tree protest - BBC News A man stays up a tree for 24 hours during a protest against plans for a £65m hotel in the heart of Edinburgh's Old Town. A man set-up camp in a tree in protest against plans for a £65m hotel in Edinburgh's Old Town
"28.02.2017 19:15:00" bbc.co.uk Sturgeon warns of 'attack' on devolution - BBC News Scotland's first minister accuses the UK government of using Brexit to launch an attack on devolution. Nicola Sturgeon says the Scottish Parliament faces a "grave threat" from the UK Government after "20 years of progress".
"28.02.2017 18:42:04" Highland plan for 74-mile model railway Choo choo! Could you help build a 74-mile model railway? More: bbc.in/2lThX3T
"28.02.2017 18:11:17" bbc.co.uk T in the Park adult-only campsite plan - BBC News T in the Park organisers say they are in discussions to make its campsite adults-only when the festival returns. T in the Park bosses are considering making the campsite adults-only when the festival returns.
"28.02.2017 17:09:19" Coastguard helicopter rescue at Ben Nevis Incredible footage from a coastguard helicopter shows the rescue of a man who fell ill on a 1,000m ridge near Ben Nevis. More: http://bbc.in/2m9jkhf
"28.02.2017 16:55:21" bbc.co.uk Historic 'foot-ball' rulebook found - BBC News A set of six rules detailing how an Edinburgh club played so-called foot ball in 1833 is documented. The founder of the earliest recorded football club wrote down rules for the game decades before the formation of the Scottish or English Football Associations ⚽
"28.02.2017 15:55:41" bbc.co.uk Gunman jailed for pointing loaded revolver at men - BBC News A gunman who pointed a loaded revolver at a Syrian man and his friends is jailed for five years. William Harvey, 28, pointed the weapon at Said Shekhe and five others who were helping him to move furniture.
"28.02.2017 14:55:01" bbc.co.uk Raiders of the Lost Ark with live orchestra in Edinburgh - BBC News A screening of Raiders of the Lost Ark accompanied by a live orchestral performance will be one of the highlights of the Edinburgh Film Festival. Da da da daah, da da daah, da da da daah, daa da daa, daa, daaah!
"28.02.2017 14:31:01" bbc.co.uk Digital shake-up proposal for Scots courts - BBC News Proposals for a "radical digital transformation" could see much of Scottish criminal court procedure move online. Trial by internet? A "radical" transformation of Scottish courts could see many criminal hearings conducted online.
"28.02.2017 13:59:00" National Museum of Scotland most popular visitor attraction The National Museum of Scotland has taken the top spot from Edinburgh Castle - it's now Scotland's most popular visitor attraction. More: http://bbc.in/2mFn5HV
"28.02.2017 13:20:01" bbc.co.uk 'Online meeting' link in hunt for missing Ayrshire girl - BBC News A missing 16-year-old girl from North Ayrshire is believed to have travelled to Birmingham to meet someone she was in contact with online. Police believe 16-year-old Abbey Lewis may have travelled to Birmingham to meet someone she met online.
"28.02.2017 12:55:00" Back together - Moira used to drive past her long-lost daughter's house, without even knowing.
She had been persuaded to give up Susan for adoption as a teenager in the Borders.
But they've now been reunited in Newcastle, after Susan started to track down
"28.02.2017 12:27:47" bbc.co.uk Historic town centres secure £6.2m regeneration funds - BBC News Historic town centres across Scotland are set to benefit from about £6.2m in regeneration funding. Jedburgh, Rothesay, Penicuik, Cockenzie, Aberdeen, Maybole and Dunoon are all in line for funding.
"28.02.2017 10:55:12" bbc.co.uk 'Oldest stewardess in Britain' retires after 44 years - BBC News One of the UK's longest-serving cabin crew has flown her final flight after a career spanning more than 44 years. The 'oldest air stewardess in Britain' retires after a career of 44 years.
"28.02.2017 09:41:57" App offers virtual tour of Scotland 26 Scottish tourist hot spots have been recreated in a free VR app.
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"28.02.2017 07:50:05" bbc.co.uk Second phase of 20mph zone begins in Edinburgh - BBC News The second phase of a 20mph speed limit in Edinburgh comes into effect. Drivers facing £100 fines and three penalty points as Edinburgh's 20mph zones roll out further.
"28.02.2017 07:33:20" John Major's #Brexit warning and footie dementia 'link' - catch up with Tuesday's Scottish front pages » http://bbc.in/2l7qDq7
"27.02.2017 20:49:00" bbc.co.uk St Andrews University could create 500 jobs at Eden Campus - BBC News St Andrews University says it could create 500 new jobs with a planned development at its Eden Campus at Guardbridge in Fife. "Our plans for Eden Campus are ambitious."
"27.02.2017 18:53:01" bbc.co.uk Dialects among Western Isles corn buntings decline - BBC News A project recording the dialects of one of the UK's rarest birds finds some may have disappeared completely. Talk is cheep.
"27.02.2017 18:50:17" David Porter on what the weeks ahead hold "Some very big calls to make" - how the weeks ahead could affect Brexit and any possible indyref2.
"27.02.2017 16:58:46" bbc.co.uk Pilot laser attacks 'dangerously high' - BBC News Laser attacks at Glasgow Airport doubled in a year, making it the second most targeted airport after Heathrow, latest figures suggest. Laser attacks at Glasgow Airport doubled in a year, making it the second most targeted airport after Heathrow.
"27.02.2017 16:11:56" bbc.co.uk Emojis 'help' search Highland Council services - BBC News Emojis can be used as a shortcut on smart phones when searching for information on Highland Council services. People looking for information from the Highland Council will now be able to search using emojis ☺️️
"27.02.2017 15:01:55" Scotland's UFC fighter, Paul Craig After a stunning debut with the UFC, BBC Sport Scotland meets Coatbridge MMA fighter Paul Craig as he prepares for his next clash.
"27.02.2017 14:24:27" bbc.co.uk Police recruitment to be cut in 10-year plan - BBC News Police Scotland is beginning a consultation to help shape the service for the next 10 years. Police Scotland is cutting 400 posts as the force faces big financial challenges.
"27.02.2017 13:37:52" Residents of a neighbourhood in the southside of Glasgow transformed their front windows for an evening arts trail.
"27.02.2017 12:44:47" bbc.co.uk Sir Alex Ferguson and Annie Lennox in Aberdeen Hall of Heroes - BBC News Sir Alex Ferguson and Annie Lennox are among the famous names chosen to feature in a new Hall of Heroes tourist attraction in Aberdeen. Former Aberdeen manager Sir Alex and the Aberdeen-born singer featured in almost 2,000 public responses. ⚽
"27.02.2017 11:44:11" David Tennant on Scots psychiatrist RD Laing David Tennant stars in 'Mad to Be Normal' as controversial Scots psychiatrist RD Laing - who in the 1960s was one of the most famous therapists in the world. More: bbc.in/2lfNVp6
"27.02.2017 10:30:51" bbc.co.uk Football 'dementia disclaimers' predicted - BBC News Footballers may have to sign disclaimers to prevent them suing over brain injuries in the future, a former head of the SFA predicts. Footballers could have to sign disclaimers to stop them suing over brain injuries, says ex-SFA chief Gordon Smith.
"27.02.2017 10:01:19" bbc.co.uk Chief medical officer unveils 'realistic medicine' plan - BBC News Scotland's chief medical officer urges doctors to spend more time listening to their patients. Scotland's chief medical officer says doctors should spend more time listening to their patients to avoid unnecessary treatments.
"27.02.2017 08:04:16" bbc.co.uk Dungavel woman deported despite 27-year marriage - BBC News Irene Clennell has been sent back to Singapore, leaving behind her husband and sons in Britain. Grandmother Irene Clennell says she was sent back to Singapore without warning.
"27.02.2017 07:17:28" bbc.co.uk Scotland's papers: Mon 27th Feb - BBC News A warning over Kezia Dugdale's "federal vision" and a double street death in Dundee are two stories on the front pages. Double street death and Labour's Federal vision criticised. Scotland's front pages on Monday.
"26.02.2017 18:25:34" bbc.co.uk High winds, ice and snow predicted to hit Scotland - BBC News High winds, icy conditions and snow are predicted to hit parts of Scotland as Storm Ewan sweeps Ireland. Temperatures could drop below freezing overnight, with gusts of up to 70mph in exposed locations ️❄️️️
"26.02.2017 17:40:45" bbc.co.uk Merrylee Primary closed to older pupils as 12 staff members off sick - BBC News A Glasgow primary school is been forced to close to older pupils on Monday due to widespread sickness among teachers. Parents were notified on Sunday via text and social media - they've been asked to make "alternative childcare arrangements".
"26.02.2017 15:37:57" bbc.co.uk Search after man falls from cliff at Arbroath - BBC News A major search for a teenager believed to have fallen from cliffs at Arbroath in Angus is extended. Police, a coastguard helicopter and rescue teams and two RNLI lifeboats have been involved in the search.
"26.02.2017 14:07:55" bbc.co.uk Man found dead at house in Johnstone had 'significant injuries' - BBC News Police are treating the death of a 42-year-old man at a house in Johnstone in Renfrewshire as suspicious. Detectives believe there was a disturbance when someone came to the door of the house in the early hours of Saturday morning.
"26.02.2017 12:28:54" bbc.co.uk Family of Billy McNeill confirm he has dementia - BBC News The family of former Celtic manager and player Billy McNeill confirm he has dementia. The Celtic hero's family wants more research into the degenerative illness and its possible links with football.
"26.02.2017 11:26:00" bbc.co.uk The psychiatrist who wanted to make madness normal - BBC News RD Laing was not only Scotland's most famous psychiatrist but for a period in the 1960s he was one of the most famous in the world. "He was flamboyant, he was very keen on being a celebrity, he was very provocative and this made his legacy almost too hot to handle."
"26.02.2017 09:51:45" Scotland's front pages: The family of Billy McNeill reveal he has dementia and concerns are raised over the pollution of some of Scotland's lochs.
"25.02.2017 18:45:00" bbc.co.uk Death of man at house in Johnstone treated as 'unexplained' - BBC News Police are treating the death of a man whose body was found at a house in Renfrewshire as "unexplained". Police were called to a property in the town on Saturday morning.
"25.02.2017 18:05:08" bbc.co.uk Scottish Labour's Dugdale pledges to work 'tirelessly' for union - BBC News Scotland's Labour leader pledges to work "tirelessly" for the union in any independence vote. "The Labour Party I lead will never support independence."
"25.02.2017 17:20:37" bbc.co.uk Search after man falls from cliff at Arbroath - BBC News A major search is under way for a man believed to have fallen from cliffs at Arbroath in Angus. A coastguard helicopter and lifeboat have joined rescue teams looking for the man.
"25.02.2017 14:43:11" bbc.co.uk Flower wall highlights importance of smear test invites - BBC News A giant wall of flowers is created in Glasgow city centre to encourage women to go for their smear test. "No-one looks forward to a smear appointment, but we're trained to make the test go as smoothly as possible.""
"25.02.2017 12:24:42" bbc.co.uk Police probe 'unexplained' death in Perth - BBC News An investigation is under way after the body of a man was discovered in the Dunnock Park area of Perth. Inquiries are at an early stage and ongoing.
"25.02.2017 11:45:00" bbc.co.uk What mummy really thinks about everyday family life - BBC News A Glasgow mum is a social media hit with her tongue-in-cheek accounts of "really dull" family life. You may have read about her "precious moppets", "judgy dog" and "busy and important husband" - meet the mum behind the hit parenting blog Peter and Jane.
"25.02.2017 11:00:05" bbc.co.uk MP tackles football's breastfeeding taboo - BBC News SNP MP Alison Thewliss wants all football clubs in Scotland to declare their stadiums breastfeeding-friendly. ""The vast majority of clubs understand the need to build future generations of fans."
"25.02.2017 10:20:00" Labour conference and "ancient" 999 fleet - Scotland's newspapers on Saturday morning http://bbc.in/2lUincV
"24.02.2017 21:09:07" bbc.co.uk Ski slope hosts Glasgow Film Festival screening - BBC News Film fans brave temperatures of -5C to watch a special screening at an indoor real snow ski slope. Brrrrr....a chilling night at Snow Factor. ❄️️❄️️❄️
"24.02.2017 20:15:01" bbc.co.uk Paralympian says clear MRI scan better than gold medal - BBC News A Paralympian says a scan showing no sign of a tumour that had threatened to crush his spinal cord is better than winning a gold medal. "I almost passed out. I thought I was going to be sick and I didn't even want to look at the scan."
"24.02.2017 19:30:00" Dogs honoured for bravery and devotion to duty Scottish dogs are being honoured by a veterinary charity for their bravery and devotion to duty.
"24.02.2017 19:01:54" From snowfall to snowdrops...take a look at this week's picture gallery http://bbc.in/2lE8AVE
"24.02.2017 18:07:04" Scotland's number one footgolf player ⚽ + ⛳ = Footgolf. Meet Scotland's No.1 player. More: bbc.in/2mlrFf0
"24.02.2017 17:15:19" Red squirrel 'army' wins lottery funding for conservation battle Hundreds of volunteers are needed to help ensure the long term survival of Scotland's native red squirrel, while work is ongoing to eradicate the invasive grey squirrel. More: bbc.in/2mkOEqy
"24.02.2017 16:13:33" How smartphones became 'eyes' for blind people Edinburgh mum Vicky has been blind since birth. She can now get help to see using a clever phone app. (Via BBC World Hacks)
"24.02.2017 15:08:59" Live from the Scottish Labour 2017 conference Political reporter Nick Eardley is live from Scottish Labour's 2017 conference with leader Kezia Dugdale. Got a question? Post it below.
"24.02.2017 14:43:48" Pupils trained to reduce stress levels As a Glasgow school trains parents, pupils and staff in how to cope with stress, one schoolgirl highlights how exams, body confidence and social media are often the problem. More: bbc.in/2l6dZmg
"24.02.2017 14:21:08" Kilten yoga pair on their cheeky video Kilted yoga pair Finlay and Tristan tell BBC Timeline how a cheeky video made them a global sensation. More: bbc.in/2kUdnVD
"24.02.2017 13:25:50" bbc.co.uk Parents group calls for Notre Dame High School to admit boys - BBC News A parents group calls for boys to be admitted to Scotland's only state funded single sex comprehensive. 120 years without boys. Time for Scotland's only single-sex state school to change?
"24.02.2017 12:35:50" bbc.co.uk New crime novel festival in Aberdeen - BBC News An inaugural three-day crime novel festival - Granite Noir - is getting under way in Aberdeen. Granite Noir celebrates crime fiction in Aberdeen this weekend.
"24.02.2017 10:25:33" bbc.co.uk Scottish Labour opens Spring conference in Perth - BBC News The Scottish Labour Party is set to open its three-day conference in Perth with a debate on federalism. Kezia Dugdale has "every faith" in Jeremy Corbyn as the Scottish Labour conference opens. Nick Eardley is on Facebook Live with her at 3pm. Post your questions below.
"24.02.2017 09:30:27" bbc.co.uk Missing clothing appeal in Elderslie rape - BBC News Detectives investigating the rape of a woman in Renfrewshire ask for help to trace her missing trousers. People are being urged to check their bins for missing trousers after a woman was raped outside a primary school.
"24.02.2017 08:33:50" bbc.co.uk Red squirrel 'army' wins lottery funding for conservation battle - BBC News A grant of nearly £2.5m will help enlist hundreds of volunteers to ensure the long-term survival of key Scottish red squirrel populations
"24.02.2017 07:43:42" bbc.co.uk Pupils trained to reduce stress levels - BBC News Pupils at a school in Glasgow are given access to a clinical psychologist to help deal with issues such as anxiety and depression.
"24.02.2017 07:10:16" bbc.co.uk The papers on Friday 24 February 2017 - BBC News Storm Doris wreaks havoc and refunds demanded over… Scotland's papers: Doris 'dazed' and tumble dryer 'furore'
"23.02.2017 21:01:04" bbc.co.uk Horse down cliffs at Cammachmore sparks rescue effort - BBC News A horse stuck down a cliff in Aberdeenshire sparks a rescue operation. Horse helped off cliffs.
"23.02.2017 20:15:01" bbc.co.uk Hairdryers used to strike blow against speeders in Hopeman - BBC News Villagers dressed in fluorescent jackets are pointing hairdryers at cars to mimic police using speed cameras in a bid to deter fast drivers in Moray. The hairdryer treatment.
"23.02.2017 19:44:55" Scottish SPCA admits investments in animal testing company The animal charity, the SSPCA, is facing calls to sell the shares it owns in Shell as the oil giant conducts tests on animals. More: http://bbc.in/2mamd1U
"23.02.2017 18:55:00" Plane's landing gear fails on touchdown The moment the landing gear collapsed as a flight from Edinburgh touched down in Amsterdam.
Find out more: http://bbc.in/2l4cULT
"23.02.2017 18:31:07" Throwback to the Scottish snows of 1984 As Storm Doris causes disruption around the country, we look back to the snows of January, 1984 when around 70 people were stranded at an Argyll hotel. A folk band were there to entertain, but the bar ran out of whisky #ThrowbackThursday.
"23.02.2017 16:44:08" Timeline Photos #StormDoris closes roads and schools across Scotland - satellite images show her sweeping through.
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"23.02.2017 15:52:22" Alarm over smoke alarms You'd think smoke alarms would wake kids up - but researchers from Dundee Uni and Derbyshire Fire Service have found they don't always. They need your help to test a new sound that does.
Listen to this...
"23.02.2017 15:20:40" bbc.co.uk Paolo Nutini arrested over 'traffic offences' - BBC News Singer Paolo Nutini is arrested in his home town of Paisley over alleged traffic offences. Singer Paolo Nutini was arrested in his home town of Paisley.
"23.02.2017 14:38:13" bbc.co.uk New footbridge plans to link Govan and Partick - BBC News A new pedestrian and cycle bridge, which would cross the Clyde to connect Govan and Patrick, is being planned. Plans for new bridge across the River Clyde in Glasgow.
"23.02.2017 12:49:00" bbc.co.uk Secondary pupils' reading habits 'not challenging enough' - BBC News Scottish pupils are not reading challenging enough books at secondary-school level, according to a new study. What book would you recommend to your teenage self?
"23.02.2017 11:43:23" Storm Doris now a weather bomb Storm Doris has now been classified as a 'weather bomb'. Latest from Scotland: bbc.in/2lyKSKy
"23.02.2017 09:44:40" bbc.co.uk Benny Lynch: Rise and fall of the people's champion - BBC News Glasgow boxer Benny Lynch became world flyweight champion at the age of 22, was washed up by 25 and dead by 33. Benny Lynch was Scotland's first boxing world champ at the age of 22. By 25 his career was over. He was dead by 33.
"23.02.2017 08:47:45" bbc.co.uk Smoke alarms 'fail to wake children' - BBC News Forensic scientists and fire investigators have warned that smoke alarms may not wake children. Young children can sleep through the high pitch of a typical smoke alarm, Dundee Uni researchers found.
"23.02.2017 07:59:33" bbc.co.uk Scottish SPCA investments in animal testing oil firm - BBC News Scotland's largest animal welfare charity admits it still owns shares in an oil company that carries out tests on animals. The Scottish SPCA admits it owns shares in oil giant Shell, who were involved in lab tests on 100,000 animals.
"23.02.2017 07:11:06" bbc.co.uk Scotland's papers: BBC's new channel and Sande's surprise - BBC News Scotland's front pages: BBC Scotland "pour millions" into new channel and Emeli Sande sccops top award at the Brits. New BBC Scotland channel and Emeli Sande's surprise. The Scottish front pages on Thursday.
"22.02.2017 21:38:00" Picking a heroine for Scotland's Hall of Heroes.
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"22.02.2017 20:49:56" Hard to beat - some of your amazing pictures of Luskentyre beach as it makes the UK Top 10.
"22.02.2017 20:02:39" Miserable minister the Rev IM Jolly to make comeback Rikki Fulton's comic creation, the Reverend I M Jolly, is making a comeback to the stage. More: http://bbc.in/2lpZhKu
"22.02.2017 19:27:01" Waves hit top of 400ft high cliffs It has been a bit windy in Orkney. These waves reached the tops of cliffs which are 400ft high.
"22.02.2017 19:00:20" bbc.co.uk Call for action over fall in bus journeys - BBC News The Scottish government faces calls to increase investment in bus services as passenger journeys drop. Gone off the bus? In 2007, 487 million bus journeys were made in Scotland... that fell to 409 million last year.
"22.02.2017 18:28:24" Political reporter Nick Eardley will be live from Scottish Labour's 2017 conference, with party leader Kezia Dugdale.
"22.02.2017 17:38:39" Breathtaking photos from the seabed. Marine archaeologists explore the WW1 ships sunk at Scapa Flow in Orkney. More: bbc.in/2m8nXc3
"22.02.2017 17:05:03" bbc.co.uk Rescued otter pair released into wild - BBC News Two otters that were rescued when they were cubs last year have been reintroduced into the wild. They're not cubs anymore, it's time for Rush and Gribun to find their way in the world...
"22.02.2017 16:35:38" Edinburgh's views of new BBC TV channel for Scotland A new BBC channel and hour-long 9pm news for Scotland. Your views from the streets of Edinburgh.
"22.02.2017 16:00:49" bbc.co.uk Primary school janitors on two week strike - BBC News Glasgow primary school janitors have started another two week strike in a long-running dispute over plans to re-organise the service and pay. Unions are opposing plans that would end the system of one janitor per school.
"22.02.2017 15:22:35" Feral cats neutered to protect rare Scottish wildcats Around 80 feral cats have been neutered as part of a project to prevent them breading with wildcats. More: http://bbc.in/2lvkzEV
"22.02.2017 14:20:02" bbc.co.uk Campaign to bring Viking treasure to Galloway - BBC News A new campaign backs a bid to see a Viking treasure hoard discovered in Dumfries and Galloway go on display in the region. Viking treasures were discovered by a metal detectorist in Galloway.
"22.02.2017 13:53:15" bbc.co.uk Train hits fallen tree near Inverurie - BBC News An Aberdeen to Inverness train is damaged when it hits a fallen tree in Aberdeenshire. A train windscreen was smashed and its engine damaged by a fallen tree. Driver and passengers avoided injury.
"22.02.2017 12:57:38" bbc.co.uk Snapchat groomer reported to police by father - BBC News A man who groomed a 14-year-old girl over social media before having sex with her was reported to police by his father, a court hears. Man who had sex with a 14-year-old girl after grooming her on Snapchat was taken to the police by his own dad.
"22.02.2017 12:07:01" bbc.co.uk How the tawse left its mark on Scottish pupils - BBC News For children schooled in Scotland right up until 1980s, a particular leather product was the source of fear and dread - the Lochgelly Tawse. "It's appalling to think we would hit children with a belt like this."
"22.02.2017 10:52:02" bbc.co.uk Storm Doris forecast prompts amber snow warning - BBC News The Met Office has updated a weather warning for snow from yellow to amber ahead of the arrival of Storm Doris. ⚠ #StormDoris snow warning. ⚠
"22.02.2017 10:12:07" bbc.co.uk New TV channel for BBC in Scotland - BBC News The BBC in Scotland will launch a new channel, with a £30m budget, in autumn 2018. The BBC in Scotland is to launch a new TV channel in autumn 2018, including plans for a #ScottishNine news programme.
"22.02.2017 08:58:01" bbc.co.uk Praise for Police Scotland stop and search changes - BBC News Police Scotland has made "substantial improvements" over stop and search, inspectors say. Police Scotland found to have made "substantial improvements" over stop and search.
"22.02.2017 07:49:53" bbc.co.uk Island beach one of 'UK's top 10' in travel awards - BBC News A beach in the Western Isles has been named one of the UK's best beaches in the TripAdvisor Travellers' Choice Awards. What's your favourite Scottish beach?
"22.02.2017 07:27:08" May's union 'fightback', indy 'sweet deal' and business rates reprieve - the front pages in Scotland for Wednesday » http://bbc.in/2kKGKtu
"21.02.2017 20:09:00" Architects use VR to help design buildings for people living w... Architects are using virtual reality to help them design buildings for people living with dementia.
"21.02.2017 19:40:00" bbc.co.uk Ciaran Williamson killed 'instantly' by headstone - BBC News The death of a boy killed by a gravestone was 'instantaneous and painless', an inquiry is told. An eight-year-old boy's death at a Glasgow cemetery was "instantaneous and painless", a court has heard.
"21.02.2017 19:15:00" Thirteen-year-old Abbi is her mum's carer Thirteen-year-old Abbi is her mum's carer. Although proud of their role, a study found many young carers can suffer stress, isolation and depression. More: bbc.in/2m594Y7
"21.02.2017 18:41:26" bbc.co.uk Police investigate after woman raped on Elderslie footpath - BBC News Police in Renfrewshire are investigating after a 27-year-old woman was raped on a pathway near a primary school. A 27-year-old woman was raped on a path outside a primary school.
"21.02.2017 18:11:40" bbc.co.uk Celtic unveils plans for hotel and museum - BBC News Celtic unveils plans for a hotel and museum complex near their stadium in Glasgow. Celtic FC have revealed designs for a new hotel at Parkhead.
"21.02.2017 17:24:54" How to spot the signs of Bell's palsy How to spot the signs of Bell's palsy? Brave new mum Ruth Ferguson opens up to help others after her own diagnosis. More: bbc.in/2lre31Z
"21.02.2017 15:07:33" Search launched to find burial ground of King James I A team of academics is hoping to find the grave of King James I of Scotland, who was murdered in Perth in the 15th Century. More: http://bbc.in/2lI3SsB
"21.02.2017 14:25:40" Glasgow's ghost station Exploring the ghost station beneath Glasgow's streets.
Via BBC News
"21.02.2017 13:21:57" Timeline Photos Depeche Mode lined up for the BBC Radio 6 Music #6MusicFestival.
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"21.02.2017 11:41:29" bbc.co.uk Storm Doris to bring snow and wind to Scotland - BBC News The fourth named storm of this winter, Doris, is expected to bring high winds and snow to Scotland on Thursday. Storm Doris is on the way to Scotland! ️
"21.02.2017 10:43:54" bbc.co.uk Missing boy found dead in Perthshire river named - BBC News A two-year-old boy found dead in a river after being reported missing in Perthshire is named by police. Jacob McIntyre's body was recovered from the River Ericht at Cally Bridge on Sunday.
"21.02.2017 08:28:00" bbc.co.uk Search in Perth for remains of murdered James I - BBC News A plan to search for the tomb of a Scottish king buried in Perth nearly 600 years ago is to be unveiled later. The search is on for the remains of James I of Scotland.
"21.02.2017 07:59:00" bbc.co.uk Craigpark Quarry near Ratho to be turned into surfing lake - BBC News Plans for a multimillion-pound artificial surfing lake near Edinburgh are to be unveiled at a series of public consultation events. Plans to create an artificial surfing loch near Edinburgh.
"21.02.2017 07:33:00" Business rate 'U-turn', Trump protests and pension 'grab' - catch up with Tuesday's Scottish front pages » http://bbc.in/2lpEOUr
"20.02.2017 21:30:00" Wheelchair challenge on city streets Some of the day-to-day problems faced by wheelchair users around the streets of Inverness.
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"20.02.2017 21:02:00" Macmillan warns of cancer 'survival gap' in Scotland Macmillan Cancer Support has warned the cancer survival gap is growing between people living in the most and least deprived parts of Scotland.
"20.02.2017 20:25:00" A study challenges the theories about the most important cells in our bodies. Find out more » http://bbc.in/2kZhP1G
"20.02.2017 19:46:01" bbc.co.uk Single malt Scotch whisky exports top £1bn for first time - BBC News Single malt Scotch whisky tops £1bn worth of exports for the first time in 2016. Dram fine.
"20.02.2017 19:16:29" Dean Brett's Cowdenbeath career on line as he admits gambling Footballer Dean Brett's Cowdenbeath career is on the line as he admits gambling against own team. More from BBC Sport: bbc.in/2m3JAa6
"20.02.2017 18:24:26" bbc.co.uk Volunteers wanted on tiny seabird island in Firth of Forth - BBC News Volunteers are being urged to work and live on a tiny Scottish island in the Firth of Forth to monitor its bird population. "A chance of a lifetime."
"20.02.2017 15:41:00" Areas of oil and gas off Scotland 'may have been missed' Geologists say there may be oil and gas reserves around Scotland's coast which have previously been dismissed More: http://bbc.in/2kCLKQX
"20.02.2017 15:05:34" bbc.co.uk Donald Trump golf security firm owner guilty of £400,000 fraud - BBC News The owner of a company which provided security for Donald Trump's Aberdeenshire golf business is found guilty of a £400,000 VAT fraud. Kevin McKay, whose company provided security for Donald Trump's Aberdeenshire golf business, has been found guilty of fraudulent evasion of VAT.
"20.02.2017 14:12:36" bbc.co.uk Supermarket's 'quiet hour' for autistic customers - BBC News An Alloa supermarket introduces a "quiet hour" to help customers with conditions that make noise and commotion difficult to deal with. A supermarket in Alloa will switch off music, the public address system and other electronic systems including display televisions.
"20.02.2017 13:15:00" bbc.co.uk Kite Power Systems opens head office in Glasgow - BBC News A company which is developing new kite power technology opens a head office in Glasgow. Here's how kites could be used to create electricity.
"20.02.2017 11:55:58" bbc.co.uk Parents have two sets of twins born on same day - BBC News Parents who had twin girls on the same day as their older twins say they have beaten odds of tens of million to one. "Our family isn't one in a million, it's one in 30 million".
Leah, Erin, Charlotte and Isabelle were all born on 25 January.
"20.02.2017 11:15:32" bbc.co.uk First-time buyers '£860 a year better off' - BBC News First-time buyers in Scotland are on average about £860 a year better off than those who rent, according to figures from the Bank of Scotland. Buying in Scotland is 12% cheaper than renting... it's just 7% in the rest of the UK.
"20.02.2017 10:11:01" bbc.co.uk Amazon plans 5,000 new posts in UK - BBC News Online retailer Amazon promises to create 5,000 new full-time posts this year in the UK. Edinburgh's Amazon customer service centre is set for a jobs boost as the firm reveals 5000 new UK posts.
"20.02.2017 09:28:35" bbc.co.uk Drivers who use mobiles face £200 fine - BBC News Drivers are warned not to use their mobile phones at the wheel as penalties are set to double. Phoning or texting at the wheel? You'll now get six points and a £200 fine
"20.02.2017 08:09:03" bbc.co.uk 'Postcode lottery' in cancer survival, warns charity - BBC News A cancer survival gap is growing between people living in the most and least deprived parts of Scotland, a charity warns. The cancer survival gap is growing between wealthy and deprived areas, says Macmillan Scotland
"20.02.2017 07:19:50" bbc.co.uk Scotland's papers: River tragedy and cancer 'survival gap' - BBC News The drowning of a toddler in a Perthshire river and a report on cancer deaths feature on Scotland's front pages. Two-year-old in river tragedy and cancer "survival gap". Scotland's newspapers on Monday.
"19.02.2017 18:38:44" bbc.co.uk Missing two-year-old boy found dead in Perthshire river - BBC News A two-year-old boy is found dead in a river after being reported missing in Perthshire. Community in shock as missing toddler found dead in Perthshire river.
"19.02.2017 17:05:56" bbc.co.uk Woman who died in Inverbervie crash with her baby is named - BBC News A woman who died after her car crashed and overturned with her baby daughter on board is named. Young mother who died when her car overturned in Aberdeenshire with her baby on board, is named by police.
"19.02.2017 09:11:30" Scotland's papers: Missing RAF man's family in "bitter feud", Scottish Six and post-indyref2 economy warnings http://bbc.in/2lj9h6y
"18.02.2017 19:03:17" Gordon Aikman funeral "A true hero." Politicians join family and friends of motor neurone disease campaigner Gordon Aikman at his funeral and thanksgiving ceremony in Edinburgh. http://bbc.in/2lVCMhY
"18.02.2017 10:30:00" Ex-soldier's plea over mental health Craig Russell's life changed after discovering a teenager's body in woods. He's urging others to find someone to talk to before issues turn into a mental health problem. More: bbc.in/2l1objn
"18.02.2017 09:27:50" Scotland's papers: Glasgow bin lorry crash driver Harry Clarke in court and fears over shipyard jobs on the Clyde http://bbc.in/2m7rFhX
"17.02.2017 20:06:23" bbc.co.uk Appeal after boy kicked in head by man on train - BBC News Police are appealing for information after a man is seen kicking a young boy in the head and chest on a train.
"17.02.2017 18:00:00" Mother: We'll find Corrie in landfill search The mother of missing serviceman Corrie Mckeague says she thinks his body will be found when a landfill site is searched.
"17.02.2017 17:30:01" Timeline Photos M8 diversions begin at 8pm as work starts on the motorway's "missing link" at the Bailleston Interchange. Transport Scotland is warning of 10 weeks of delays. More: bbc.in/2lS6W5A
"17.02.2017 16:30:00" Your wonderful photos from around Scotland. A few friendly dogs in this week's gallery. More: bbc.in/2leAEPm
"17.02.2017 15:45:25" bbc.co.uk Bin lorry crash driver Harry Clarke admits reckless driving charge - BBC News The driver of the bin lorry that crashed in Glasgow admits culpable and reckless driving on a separate occasion. Harry Clarke has admitted driving a car without a licence - nine months after six people died in the 2014 Glasgow bin lorry tragedy.
"17.02.2017 15:13:58" From the archive - The construction of the Kingston Bridge With drivers facing weeks of delays for work on the M8 'missing link', take a look back to 1970 when its controversial construction cut through the city of Glasgow.
"17.02.2017 14:37:59" Sturgeon: Blair is stating the obvious Nicola Sturgeon says Tony Blair is "stating the obvious" after he said Brexit provides a more credible case for Scottish independence. More: bbc.in/2lpba4l
"17.02.2017 13:53:35" bbc.co.uk Work under way on Orkney gin distillery - BBC News Work is under way on a new artisan gin distillery and visitor centre in Orkney, according to the company behind the project. A seafront distillery will be the new home of Orkney's artisan gin brand Kirkjuvagr.
"17.02.2017 13:20:00" bbc.co.uk Secret legs film OAP put on sex offenders' register - BBC News A pensioner used a mini camera to film women's bare legs in a Falkirk shopping centre, a court is told. 67-year-old John Kane secretly filmed children playing and women's bare legs at a Falkirk shopping centre.
"17.02.2017 12:45:31" Scientists explore Edinburgh's mystery cave network Scientists are revealing new secrets about the mysterious network of tunnels and caves below Edinburgh.
"17.02.2017 11:39:02" bbc.co.uk Paige Doherty killer has sentence reduced - BBC News A shop owner who murdered schoolgirl Paige Doherty in a frenzied knife attack has his sentence reduced. Murderer John Leathem has his sentence reduced by four years on appeal.
"17.02.2017 10:38:17" bbc.co.uk Royal Botanic Garden nurtures smallest begonia - BBC News The newest and smallest species of begonia ever found begins to flower at Edinburgh's Royal Botanic Garden. The newest and smallest species of begonia ever found has begun to flower in Edinburgh.
"17.02.2017 09:54:00" bbc.co.uk EastEnders villain joins River City - BBC News Scottish actor Alex Ferns, who played one of EastEnders' most memorable villains, has joined the cast of BBC Scotland's weekly drama River City. Scots actor Alex Ferns, who played one of EastEnders' biggest ever villains, is now coming to Shieldinch.
"17.02.2017 09:10:00" bbc.co.uk Hundreds of Glasgow homes upgraded for social renting - BBC News Up to 350 homes in the Govanhill area of Glasgow are to be upgraded and made available for social renting. Up to 350 homes in Glasgow's Govanhill will be upgraded for social renting as part of a £34m investment.
"17.02.2017 08:28:41" bbc.co.uk Scotland's papers: NHS tax 'bombshell' and 'Banksy' Valentine - BBC News The front pages: Claims the NHS faces a £150m property tax and mystery sculpture was romantic gesture. NHS tax 'bombshell', Brexit divisions and children 'at risk'. Scotland's front pages on Friday.
"16.02.2017 21:15:00" bbc.co.uk Basic income pilot considered in Glasgow - BBC News Glasgow could be the first city in the UK to pilot a basic universal income for every citizen, after the local council agrees to a feasibility study. Glasgow could trial a universal income for every citizen.
"16.02.2017 20:45:00" Council approves west end university development Glasgow University plans to demolish the former Western Infirmary as part of £1bn plans for a new research facility. More: http://bbc.in/2kD2GBR
"16.02.2017 20:05:01" Timeline Photos Business rates are changing - here are the rateable values of some of Scotland's prominent businesses » http://bbc.in/2lnKNek
"16.02.2017 19:40:32" Jumpers are knitted for 'discriminated-against' unwanted dogs How can we rehome some dogs who find it difficult to stand out? Knit them jumpers of course! More: http://bbc.in/2lV49EO