Scotland

Father-of-11 jailed for abuse of woman

The 42-year-old's abuse was carried out in the north east of Scotland, the Highlands, Perthshire and Tayside.

Scotland

Mountain bikers hurt in Borders crashes

A rescue team is called out to two accidents in the space of half an hour in the Scottish Borders.

Scotland

Report recommends closure for St Margaret's Primary in Hawick

Councillors will have the final say on the fate of a Roman Catholic primary in the Scottish Borders.

Scotland

Nairn Academy pupils in class where asbestos dust found

NHS Highland and Highland Council have advised that the risk to the student's health 'was low'.

Scotland

Whitesands flood scheme inquiry set for the summer

Objectors to the £25m protection project in Dumfries are told the hearing could be held in July or August.

Scotland

The papers: The rising risk of workplace robots and police merger row

Calls for workers to be "protected" from the rise of workplace robots and a police merger row feature on the front pages.

Scotland

Conference in Edinburgh to focus on hoarding disorder

The event, being held in Edinburgh in the autumn, will explore treatments and interventions for the condition.

Scotland

Scotland's hotels outperform rest of UK

A report by business advisers BDO finds average room yield in Scotland grew by almost 5% in 2017.

Scotland

Scottish Labour set timetable for new deputy leader

The Scottish Labour Party says nominations for the post will open on 14 May and close two weeks later.

Scotland

Labour says councillor suspensions still under review

Nine Labour councillors in Aberdeen were suspended last year after forming a coalition with Conservatives.

Scotland

Large fire at disused care home in Port Elphinstone

About 60 firefighters are battling the fire at the empty building in Port Elphinstone.

Scotland

Man charged with wilful fireraising in Polbeth

Three people were standing near bins when they were set on fire in Polbeth, West Lothian, police say.

Scotland

Girl, 14, sexually assaulted in woods at Linwood

The teenager had gone into the wood behind a sports centre in Linwood to look for something she had lost.

Scotland

Lochgair fatal ambulance and motorbike crash appeal

The appeal follows the death of a biker in the crash which happened on the A83, near Lochgair in Argyll.

Scotland

Cervical cancer roadshow to tour Scotland

Volunteers will tour retail parks and shopping centres to raise awareness of the symptoms of the disease.

Scotland

Teens 'badly shaken' after kidnap ordeal

Police are hunting a group of men who abducted the 18-year-olds and forced them to drive through Paisley.

Scotland

Ambulance involved in fatal crash near Lochgair

The collision, which also involved a motorbike, happened on the A83 near Lochgair at about 14:30.

Scotland

Body found in police hunt for pensioner

Police have confirmed that the body of a missing 78-year-old was found on the shoreline near Gairloch.

Scotland

Search for missing Liam Colgan to widen

Family and friends are drawing up plans to broaden their search beyond Hamburg, where he was last seen.

Scotland

Celtic miss chance to seal title

Jamie Maclaren and Vykintas Slivka score as Hibernian put Celtic's championship celebrations on hold.

Scotland

Man stabbed while walking along Glasgow footpath

The 21-year-old was walking with four friends in Glasgow when they were approached by three Asian men.

Scotland

Man charged over armed robbery in Edinburgh

The incident happened at a Scotmid store in the Inch area of Edinburgh last Sunday evening.

Scotland

Injured woman rescued from yacht off Fair Isle

The French woman was taken to hospital after a distress signal led to her rescue off Fair Isle.

Scotland

The papers: Anger over energy bill rise

Scottish Power's decision to raise its gas and electricity prices is branded "unjustifiable" in The Herald.

Scotland

Stone stackers come to Dunbar for European Championship

The variety of rocks on the beach at Dunbar makes it a paradise for stone stackers

Scotland

Scottish salmon farming petition signed by 30,500

The petition urges the Scottish government to routinely test effluent from salmon processing plants.

Scotland

Pavilion Theatre bosses criticise access delay after fire

The Glasgow theatre has been closed for safety reasons since a major blaze at a nearby nightclub four weeks.

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