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Police Scotland pledge over £263m maintenance bill

Police Scotland says it is developing an estate investment programme to ensure its buildings are "fit for purpose".

Scheme to limit commercial bins on city streets launched

Officials in Glasgow will impound commercial waste bins left on the street outside designated times.

The teenagers growing up with cancer

Three teens share their experiences of being treated for cancer at a pivotal time in their lives.

Man rescued after kayak overturns

The incident took place in Clashnessie Bay near Lochinver at lunchtime on Saturday.

Missing priest found dead on beach

Father Martin Xavier Vazhachira was last seen alive at a church in Edinburgh on Tuesday.

Hundreds turn out as Scotland marks Armed Forces Day

Parades in Edinburgh and Aberdeen are among 300 events held globally.

Man and woman found badly hurt at Longniddry property

Police Scotland say they are not looking for anyone else in connection with the incident.

Missing psychiatric patient Abdelnabi Alainani traced

Police say Abdelnabi Alainan was found in Scunthorpe and is now in the care of Humberside Police and the NHS.

Woman airlifted to hospital after Newtonhill cliff fall

She was flown by coastguard helicopter to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary after suffering head and back injuries.

Edinburgh Airport 'most likely' for delays

More than 27% of flights to and from the capital faced delays of at least 15 minutes in the past year.

Report reveals police 'failings' in missing woman case

The body of Janet McKay, who had dementia, was found in Clydebank eight days after she went missing.

Grenfell cladding not on Scots high rise blocks, says councils

No local authority or housing association high rise flats in Scotland have Grenfell Tower cladding.

Murder inquiry after man found dead in Crookston flat

The 36-year-old man who died is believed to have been in the house with a friend, police said.

Man dies after three-vehicle crash on A91

The accident on the A91 in Perth and Kinross involved two vans and a 4x4 which was towing a caravan.

Sturgeon: 'Devil in the detail' of EU citizens deal

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says "the devil is in the detail" of Theresa May's offer to EU citizens over Brexit.

Meet RAF Lossiemouth's first response jets

RAF Lossiemouth's first response jets are standing by ready to intercept military and civilian aircraft which encroach UK airspace.

Vintage Bedford OB bus completes 1,200-mile Shetland trip

The Bedford OB was restored in Suffolk and set off from Norfolk on the 1,200-mile (1,931 km) trip.

Scots compete for Dance World Cup in Germany

Competitors from more than 40 countries are heading to the event Offenburg in Germany this weekend.

A tale of caution one year on from Brexit vote

One year on from the UK voting to leave the European Union and politicians seem cautiously optimistic on the way ahead.

Report calls for change in drug treatment services

A new report is calling for changes in the way drug treatment services are offered to older drug users in Scotland.

Scottish dancers ready for world cup stage

A group of dancers from Scotland is preparing to take to the stage in the Dance World Cup.

Women find breast cancer support

Carolyn, Anne, Elaine and Mollie found support and solace among women their own age with breast cancer

Ruth Davidson made honorary Army Colonel

Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson is appointed honorary Colonel of her old Army regiment.

Island return for vintage coach

The coach used in Shetland from 1950 until 1979 completes a 1,000-mile journey after restoration in Suffolk.

Your pictures 9-16 June

A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 9 and 16 June.

Send us your pictures

All you need to know about sending in photographs for our weekly gallery.

Your pictures 2 - 9 June

A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 2 and 9 June.

Your pictures 26 May - 2 June

A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 26 May and 2 June.

Your pictures 12 to 19 May

A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 12 and 19 May.

Scottish FA and Scotland Women's national team resolve dispute

The Scottish FA and the Scotland Women's team agree a "commercial and operational" deal that ends their stand-off.

John Barclay column: 'Scotland will learn the lessons of Fiji loss'

In his last column chronicling Scotland's summer tour, captain John Barclay admits his side did not show "maturity" in the 27-22 loss to Fiji.

Rangers signings must adapt to 'tough' environment - Barry Ferguson

Former Rangers captain Barry Ferguson believes the club's new signings will need to "get up to pace pretty quick".

Rock art

Did an ancient people paint their ornately carved standing stones in vivid colours?

One year on

What has happened in Scottish politics since the Brexit vote a year ago?

Your pictures of Scotland

A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 16 and 23 June.

Born to be king

A new exhibition reveals hidden depths to a tumultuous period of Scottish history.

The silence of stillbirth

The struggle to talk about losing a child after 38 weeks of pregnancy

In pictures

The main attractions of the Royal Highland Show are primped and preened ahead of opening day.



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