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Draft Brexit deal 'must be shared' with Scottish ministers

The Scottish government demands to see the draft Brexit deal which UK ministers will discuss on Wednesday.

Bride tells of shock at Berketex wedding firm collapse

A Scottish woman tells how she lost her dress when bridal wear firm Berketex called in administrators.

Anger as Brechin WW1 commemorative artwork vandalised

The newly-installed remembrance artwork was damaged in Brechin over the weekend.

Nurse abused dementia patients at Livingston Care Home

The 47-year-old is convicted of ill-treating or wilfully neglecting elderly residents in the Livingston Care Home.

Drink-driving charge after motorcyclist died in crash

A man has appeared in court after a motorcyclist died in a crash near East Kilbride on Saturday morning.

Boxer Mike Towell 'did not qualify' for CT scan weeks before death

A doctor tells an inquiry of boxer Mike Towell's visit to hospital weeks before his death.

Police Scotland 'wrongly detained man for days'

A watchdog claims Police Scotland tried to cover up a complaint from a man who was mistakenly arrested.

Edinburgh among first 5G cities

The UK's big cities will be the first to get the futuristic mobile technology, says mobile operator.

Rugby protective headgear 'cuts impact by almost half'

A new Dundee University study calls for mandatory protective headgear to prevent injuries in the sport.

Rape victim calls for end of 'not proven'

The woman who won a civil case against her attacker says the verdict is confusing and should be scrapped.

A77 near Stranraer closed after serious accident

Police advise drivers to avoid the area if possible as diversions are put in place near Stranraer.

Club's technical director dies aged 28

Robert Rowan, the technical director of Championship club Brentford, has died at the age of 28.

Is this Scotland's friendliest stag?

A hillwalker bonds with his new friend over a spot of lunch in Glencoe.

'I cling to the hope we'll find their remains'

Morag Govans wants justice for her sister Renee Macrae, who is thought to have been murdered more than 40 years ago with her toddler son.

Scotland's silence for Armistice Day

People across Scotland observed a two-minute silence on the centenary of the end of World War One.

Nicola Sturgeon: 'We must learn the lessons' of WWI

Nicola Sturgeon says Armistice is an opportunity to "express our gratitude but also to learn the lessons" of World War One.

Nicola Sturgeon observes Armistice Day silence in Edinburgh

Scotland's first minister Nicola Sturgeon is among those remembering the fallen during a two-minute silence in Edinburgh.

Big Noise charity appoints former banker as new chairman

A musical charity which helps children from disadvantaged backgrounds appoints a former banker.

Scotland's Flow Country focus of Unesco World Heritage bid

Work has started towards applying for Unesco status for Europe's largest blanket bog, the Flow Country.

Scotland's papers: Salmond 'faces third misconduct claim'

Fresh allegations against Alex Salmond and the ongoing Brexit talks dominate the Scottish front pages.

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Glasgow Warriors, Edinburgh & Scotland players sign up for new union

Tim Swinson says a Glasgow Warriors bonus dispute and John Hardie's ban led him to set up Scottish rugby's first players' association.

Dolly Menga: Livingston striker charged for headbutt on Celtic's Ryan Christie

Livingston striker Dolly Menga faces a two-game ban after being charged by the Scottish FA following his headbutt on Celtic midfielder Ryan Christie.

Scotland: Ryan Jack out for Nations League double-header with Albania & Israel.

Rangers midfielder Ryan Jack withdraws from the Scotland squad after being called up as a late replacement over the weekend.

'Start talking to save lives'

Hollywood star Karen Gillan wants to "start a conversation" about suicide with her directorial debut.

Held to account

As MSPs debate the age of criminal responsibility, what is the law now and how is it likely to change?

Hope or not?

Dundee's Michelin tyre plant is earmarked for closure, but could it yet be saved?

The Scots who fought on

British forces lost more than 250 officers and men in a little-known intervention in northern Russia which went on after the Armistice

'I get to go home, they don't'

A student struggles to cope as he spends a week sleeping rough in Aberdeen in a bid to better understand homelessness.

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