Brown outlines 'power-sharing' UK
Former prime minister Gordon Brown believes Holyrood should be given more control over tax as part of a power sharing plan between London and Edinburgh.
Intensive care unit cleaning 'poor'
Health inspectors seek a string of improvements after finding poor cleaning practices in a hospital's intensive care unit.
Vote 'will not affect Grangemouth'
The result of the independence referendum will not make a difference to the future of the Grangemouth oil refinery, according to its boss.
Arrest over Mortal Kombat drug boy
A teenager is arrested after a 16-year-old boy was treated in intensive care as a result of having apparently taken drugs at a party.
Doctors back assisted suicide bill
The proposed assisted suicide bill would help palliative care in Scotland, according a letter written by a group of senior doctors
Rape education targets young men
A campaign to educate young men about what constitutes rape aims at cutting the number of offences.
Sturgeon attacks UK welfare changes
More children will be "pushed into poverty" by UK government welfare reforms, Scotland's deputy first minister has said.
No more final tickets for Aberdeen
Aberdeen will not be given any more tickets for the Scottish League Cup final against Inverness Caledonian Thistle.
Family plea over birth death mother
Relatives of a woman who died after giving birth at Aberdeen Maternity Hospital say an inquiry would be a "failure" if no lessons are learned.
Scots yachtsman rescued from storm
A round-the-world yachtsman from Shetland is rescued after his mast broke in a huge storm off the coast of Chile.
Sledge used in mountain rescue
Rescuers used a sledge to get an injured walker down off the hills and to safety because high winds were considered too risky for an airlift.
Girl, 13, missing in East Lothian
Police say concern is growing for a 13-year-old girl who has gone missing in East Lothian over weekend.
New Aberdeen fire engines to be red
New fire engines in the north east of Scotland are be coloured red rather than the current white., the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service confirms.
Clock marks countdown to Games
A clock counting down to the start of Glasgow 2014 is unveiled as part of events held in the city to mark Commonwealth Day.
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