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Glencoe crash: Motorcyclist in hospital with serious injuries after collision with car; Police Scotland is appealing for information on a road accident at Glencoe which left a man in hospital with serious injuries. Jun 15, 2021 237
Liam Lacon: 21-year-old man dies in hospital after motorcycle crash in Stirlingshire; A 21-year-old man, named as Liam Lacon, has died in hospital following a road crash near Plean in Stirlingshire. Jun 14, 2021 221
Euro 2020: First look inside Euro 2020 Fan Zone in Glasgow as venue prepares to welcomes fans; Here's a first look inside the Euro 2020 Fan Zone in Glasgow Green where supporters will be able to gather to watch the matches on four giant screens from Friday. Jun 11, 2021 474
Falkirk police incident: Baby girl dies after being found in Falkirk pond; An 18-month-old girl has died in hospital after falling into a pond in Falkirk on Thursday evening. Jun 11, 2021 192
Sea Eagles: The UK's largest bird of prey has been spotted at Loch Lomond for the first time in over a century; A pair of the UK's largest birds of prey were spotted on the shores of Loch Lomond earlier this year for the first time in over 100 years. Jun 11, 2021 417
Scottish Borders fire-raising: Over [pounds sterling]36,000 worth of damage caused in Greenlaw Dean after 'reckless' act of wilful fire-raising; Police Scotland is appealing for information after around [pounds sterling]36,000 worth of plastic crop cover rolls were deliberately set on fire and destroyed at Greenlaw Dean, Berwickshire. Jun 10, 2021 273
George Crich: Police appeal for information on missing Inverness man; Police Scotland is appealing for information to help trace George Crich who was last seen at lunchtime on Wednesday in Inverness. Jun 10, 2021 175
Brewdog co-founder apologises after being accused of fostering a culture of fear among staff; Brewdog co-found James Watt has apologised after an open-letter from former employees emerged accusing the company environment of being 'toxic' and detrimental to their mental health. Jun 10, 2021 443
Covid Scotland: British Airways and Ryanair investigated over Covid refunds; British Airways and Ryanair are under investigation over whether they breached consumer laws by not offering refunds to customers for cancelled flights due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Jun 9, 2021 429
Flight tracker: Mystery pilot traces St Andrew's Cross over Scottish islands; A pilot got creative with his flight path on Tuesday by creating an outline of the Scottish flag for everyone to see on the publicly-available flight tracker. Jun 9, 2021 272
Cairngorms National Park wildfire: Seven football pitches worth of forest destroyed in Scottish wildfire; Forestry and Land Scotland has urged everyone to act responsibly after a wildfire broke out over the weekend destroying around seven football pitches worth of forest near Loch Morlich. Jun 9, 2021 505
M74 delays: Lorry fire blocks road and causes early morning delays on northbound carriageway; A section of the M74 at Junction 14 is closed this morning due to an overnight vehicle fire blocking the road. Jun 8, 2021 189
Louise Minchin: The BBC Breakfast presenter announces that she is leaving the show after almost 20 years; Louise Minchin has announced she is leaving BBC Breakfast after presenting the show for nearly 20 years. Jun 8, 2021 683
Kessock Bridge crash: Lane closed on the A9 northbound following one-vehicle crash; One lane was closed northbound on the A9 Kessock Bridge following a road traffic accident on Tuesday Morning. Jun 8, 2021 153
Arbroath break-ins: Police appeal for information after two men break into industrial estate and steal a motorbike, power tools and a laptop; Police Scotland is appealing for information following two break-ins over the weekend in Arbroath where a number of items including a motorcycle and a laptop were stolen. Jun 7, 2021 260
Covid Scotland: These are the 11 areas in Scotland with the most new coronavirus cases between May 28 and June 3 as cases continue to rise; According to the latest figures published by the Scottish government, these are the 11 areas in Scotland that recorded the highest levels of positive coronavirus tests between May 29 and June 3. Jun 7, 2021 379
Covid Scotland: Pfizer vaccine approved for use in 12 to 15-year-old's in the UK; The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) has approved the use of the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine in 12 to 15-year-old's. Jun 4, 2021 448
Covid Scotland: Nicola Sturgeon confirms that planned easing will go ahead despite rising cases numbers; Speaking at a lunchtime coronavirus briefing on Friday, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon confirmed that the planned lockdown easing announced on Tuesday will go ahead. Jun 4, 2021 433
Covid Scotland: Nicola Sturgeon to face Douglas Ross at FMQs, what time is the FM speaking, how can I watch, what is the latest level update; First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is set to answer questions from MSPs at Holyrood today. Jun 3, 2021 465
Scotland's Home of the Year: Take a look inside this week's Glaswegian contenders which wowed Kate Spiers, Anna Campbell-Jones and Michael Angus including an eclectic Georgian renovation and stunning Glasgow townhouse; Take a look inside this week's contenders for Scotland's home of the year in Glasgow and the Clyde Valley including an eclectic Georgian renovation and a stunning townhouse. Jun 3, 2021 396
Scotland's weather: Summer to continue for another day as temperatures are forecast to climb even higher than bank holiday Monday; The bank holiday may be over but the Met Office has predicted that Scots may be able to enjoy temperatures of up to 25C today. Jun 1, 2021 434
Nicola Sturgeon lockdown level announcement: Here's everything you need to know about Level 1 restrictions including soft play centres, weddings, how many people can meet outside in Scotland, new hospitality rules and what will remain closed; Here's everything you need to know about level one coronavirus restrictions ahead of Nicola Sturgeon announcing whether the next stage of lockdown easing will go ahead next week. Jun 1, 2021 597
Lung cancer: Four in five Scots back a ban on smoking at the school gates a study reveals; More than 80 per cent of Scots back a ban on smoking outside schools to protect children's health, a survey indicates. May 31, 2021 463
Coronavirus in Scotland: 'Drastic' fall in vaccine appointment no-shows at Hydro arena says Health Secretary; There has been a "drastic" decrease in the number of people failing to turn up for their coronavirus vaccine appointments at SSE Hydro arena in Glasgow, the Health Secretary has said. May 31, 2021 315
Bank Holiday Monday: Scotland's weather forecast set to delight as Scots can expect to enjoy the warmest day of the year; Scots will be delighted to know that they may be set to enjoy the warmest day of the year this bank holiday Monday with temperatures across most of the country forecast to reach the 20's today. May 31, 2021 434
Wilful fire-raising: Police appeal for information after someone deliberately sets a car on fire in Tayside; Police Scotland is appealing for information after someone deliberately set light to a car in Kirriemuir causing severe damage to it and several others. May 31, 2021 253
China birth limit: Couples in China will be allowed to have three children to combat ageing population; China's ruling Communist Party will ease birth limits to allow all couples to have three children instead of two to cope with the rapid rise in the average age of its population, a state news agency said. May 31, 2021 437
Coronavirus in Scotland: These are the 12 areas in Scotland with covid case rates above the level two threshold; These are the 12 Scottish areas which are currently above the threshold for level two coronavirus restrictions - however Nicola Sturgeon has indicated that more than just case rates will be taken into consideration during the review process going forward. May 31, 2021 489
Coronravirus in Scotland: Expert warns of difficulty of increasing restrictions in high case rate areas; Moving parts of Scotland in level two of coronavirus restrictions with high case rates to higher levels would be "difficult", a public health expert has said. May 29, 2021 415
Piers Morgan: Former Good Morning Britain presenter will 'put a call into ITV' for GMB return after striking deal with staff at Edinburgh Airport; Piers Morgan struck up a deal with staff at Edinburgh Airport agreeing that he would 'put in a call' to ITV to arrange his return to Good Morning Britain if they let him on his flight after turning up late. May 29, 2021 443
Duchess of Cambridge receives her first covid vaccination; The Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton has been given her first dose of the coronavirus vaccine following her trip to Scotland this week. May 29, 2021 356
Scottish wildfires: 'Very high risk' of wildfires across all of Scotland this weekend; A 'very high' risk of wildfire warning is in place across all parts of Scotland until Tuesday June 1, the country's fire and rescue service has said. May 29, 2021 335
Coronavirus in Scotland: 583 new cases but no new deaths recorded in the last 24 hours; Scotland recorded 583 new coronavirus cases but no further deaths of people with the virus in the past 24 hours, according the the latest figures. May 29, 2021 181
National Biscuit Day: Here are 10 glorious and cringeworthy jokes found on the back of Penguin Biscuits; In honour of National Biscuit Day, we have gathered up 10 truly terrible jokes that could only be found in one place - the back of a Penguin biscuit. May 29, 2021 232
Scottish Government apologises for 'issue' causing delay to vaccine appointment letters; The Scottish Government has apologised after discovering that an issue in the vaccination appointment system may have delayed the delivery of a number of appointment letters to patients across Scotland. May 27, 2021 407
Pam Duncan-Glancy MSP: Video shows heartwarming moment young disabled woman watches Scotland's first permanent wheelchair-user take oath at Holyrood; Pam Duncan-Glancy MSP has said she was 'greeting' after watching a heartwarming video of a young disabled woman reacting to her becoming the first permanent wheelchair-user elected to the Scottish Parliament. May 14, 2021 422
Coronavirus vaccination in Scotland: Here are the 13 Scottish areas with the lowest vaccination rates as lockdown easing approaches; These are the 13 local authority areas in Scotland with the lowest vaccination per population rates. May 14, 2021 625
Glagsow bogus workmen: Two men con a 91-year-old woman out of three-figure sum of money in her own home; An elderly woman has been left "badly upset" after two bogus workmen stole a three-figure sum of cash after they tricked her into letting them into her home in Parkhead. May 14, 2021 428
Kenmure Street protest: Neighbours organise peaceful vigil to show Home Office they are a 'strong community' who just want to 'protect' each other; Neighbours on Kenmure Street in Glasgow have organised a 'Covid-19-safe protest' to take place on Saturday following the wave of community support after the Home Office attempted to deport two residents on Thursday. May 14, 2021 509
Coronavirus in Glasgow: 10 areas of Glasgow with most covid cases as virus rate rises ahead of lockdown easing; Here are the ten areas of Glasgow with the most coronavirus cases in the last week as rates are beginning to rise in the city. May 13, 2021 382
Eid Mubarak: Watch Nicola Sturgeon wish Muslims in Scotland and around the world happy Eid praising 'community spirit' during coronavirus pandemic; Nicola Sturgeon has sent her best wishes to the Muslim community across Scotland and praised their 'community spirit' as the three-day holiday known as Eid gets underway. May 13, 2021 337
Dumfries attempted murder: Witness appeal launched after two women are hit by the same car; Police have launched an investigation after a man hit two women with his car on Wednesday evening - leaving one with life-threatening injuries. May 13, 2021 230
Coronavirus vaccination in Scotland: Here are the top 14 Scottish areas with the highest vaccination rates; These are the 14 local authority areas in Scotland with the highest vaccination per population rates. May 13, 2021 693
Ayr road crash: One man and one teenager in 'stable but serious condition' after motorcycle crash; Two men were taken to hospital with serious injuries after emergency services attended the scene of the crash near Girvan yesterday. May 12, 2021 336
Aberdeenshire assault: Police appeal for witnesses after assault on 14-year-old girl; Police Scotland is appealing for witness after a man approached and assaulted a 14-year-old girl in the Potarch area of Aberdeenshire. May 12, 2021 212
Leo Downes: Renfrewshire police appeal for information as 15-year-old boy is reported missing; Police officers are appealing for help to trace 15-year-old Leo Downes who has been reported missing near Paisley. May 12, 2021 170
Police appeal for witnesses following a sexual assault in Glasgow; A young woman was sexually assaulted in the Dumbarton Road area of Glasgow over the weekend and detectives are now appealing for information to assist with their enquiries. May 11, 2021 244
Coronavirus in Scotland: Nicola Sturgeon to announce covid restriction easing today, when is she speaking, what will she say about meeting indoors, pubs and cinemas, how can you watch; Nicola Sturgeon is due to make an announcement today to update Scotland on the latest coronavirus restrictions and whether the next stage of easing will go ahead as planned. May 11, 2021 604
Brian Hamill: Concerns grow for the welfare of missing Glasgow man; Police Scotland is appealing for information to trace Brian Hamill who has been reported missing in Partick. May 11, 2021 296
Coronavirus Scotland: Hugs allowed from Monday, restrictions on pubs, cinemas and indoor visiting lifted as Nicola Sturgeon announces biggest covid easing for weeks while Moray remains in Level 3; First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has confirmed today that most of Scotland will be moving down to Level 2 coronavirus restrictions from next week, which means that Scots will be able to hug their loved ones at last. May 11, 2021 411
Coronavirus in Scotland: Ten lockdown rules changing on May 17 including hugs, home visits and hospitality; From next week Scots will be allowed to hug their loved ones and visit each other's homes. May 11, 2021 497
Over [pounds sterling]100,000 worth of drugs recovered in Lanarkshire after police pull over 'erratic' driver; Police recovered a substantial amount of cannabis with an estimated street value of [pounds sterling]108,000 during a patrol in Lanarkshire over the weekend. May 10, 2021 227
Scottish Independence: Jacob Rees-Mogg says 2014 independence referendum made decision for 'period of time' but not 'all eternity'; Leader of the House of Commons, Jacob Rees-Mogg, has said that the 2014 independence referendum was 'very proper' but 'inevitably it hasn't made a decision for all eternity'. May 10, 2021 356
Level restrictions Scotland: Nicola Sturgeon to announce further May 17 coronavirus easing on Tuesday, what will she say, how can you watch, what are the latest covid rules; Nicola Sturgeon is due to make an announcement on Tuesday to update Scotland on the latest coronavirus restrictions and whether the next stage of easing will go ahead as planned. May 10, 2021 584
Loch Leven bird hide: Crowdfunder raises almost [pounds sterling]30,000 to replace bird hide destroyed in fire; An appeal to fund the replacement of a popular bird hide at Loch Leven National Nature Reserve after it was destroyed in a fire has raised almost [pounds sterling]30,000. May 10, 2021 513
UK Covid-19 alert level lowered from four to three as risk of transmission falls; The UK's Covid-19 alert level has been reduced from Level 4 to Level 3 - meaning the virus is in general circulation rather than the risk of transmission being high or rising exponentially. May 10, 2021 256
Monzo bank to offer paid leave to employees after miscarriage and pregnancy loss; Monzo bank has plans to offer all employees who experience a miscarriage or pregnancy loss up to 10 days paid leave. Medical condition overview May 10, 2021 343
Concerns grow in Aberdeen for missing 75-year-old man; Police are appealing for information on the whereabouts of Robin Green who was last seen yesterday morning in the west end of Aberdeen. May 7, 2021 263
London tower block fire: Over 100 firefighters tackle blaze in east London flat block; Emergency services were called to the scene of a fire in a 19-storey block of flats in east London just before 9am on Friday. May 7, 2021 218
Scottish Elections 2021: Alex Salmond says success of Alba is 'registering as a party'; Former First Minister Alex Salmond has said that the success of Alba is 'registering as a political party'. May 7, 2021 260
Scottish Election 2021: Polling expert John Curtice has set out his predictions as the count gets underway; Sir John Curtice, polling expert, has set out his predictions as the count of the Scottish Parliament election gets underway. May 7, 2021 490
Glasgow sexual assault: Police appeal for information after a woman is 'grabbed and sexually assaulted'; A young woman was walking on a footpath in Kirkintilloch last week when a man approached her and proceeded to grab and sexually assault her. May 7, 2021 357
Weather: Unseasonal snowfall causes chaos across Scotland on polling day; A surprise flurry of snow blanketed much of the country this week causing widespread disruption and delays. May 6, 2021 631
Tui announces 'coronavirus test packages' which include PCR tests for customers travelling to green list countries; Tui has announced that customers travelling to green list destinations will be able to purchase coronavirus test packages starting from [pounds sterling]20, a significant reduction on existing prices. May 6, 2021 216
Watch: Unbelievable video shows rescue helicopter saving casualty in Aberdeenshire stranded in stormy conditions; This incredible video shows the moment that a rescue helicopter winched a casualty to safety after he became stranded in stormy conditions in Rosehearty. May 6, 2021 289
These are the ten areas in Scotland with the lowest coronavirus rates between April 25 and May 1; Scottish government data shows a breakdown of coronavirus rates according to area over a seven day period. May 5, 2021 338
These are the 11 areas in Scotland with the most new coronavirus cases between April 23 and April 29; According to the latest figures published by the Scottish government, these are the 11 areas in Scotland that recorded the highest levels of positive coronavirus tests between April 23 and April 29. May 4, 2021 381
James Thomson: Body found in Moray in search for missing man; Police Scotland has confirmed that a body has been found following searches in Moray for James Thomson. May 3, 2021 161
Torness incident: Fisherman found dead after empty vessel spotted off East Lothian coast near Dunbar; A fisherman has been found dead following an extensive search by emergency services after an empty vessel was discovered a mile northeast of Torness. May 3, 2021 218
Scottish election 2021: Iranian regime 'peddling disinformation' in attempt to swing Scottish election; A new report has warned that Iran is 'peddling disinformation' via social media in an attempt to destabilise the UK by influencing the Scottish election in favour of pro-independence parties. May 3, 2021 621
The body of a woman found in the Highlands more than three months ago has been formally identified; Police Scotland has confirmed that the body of a woman found on the shoreline near Fortrose more than three months ago has finally been formally identified. May 3, 2021 224
Martin Compston: Line of Duty star hits out at Scottish Conservatives for leafleting his house after he backs Scottish independence; Line of Duty star Martin Compston took to Twitter on Monday morning claiming that 'Scottish tory twitter' was enraged after he expressed his support for the SNP. May 3, 2021 363
Torness incident: Tributes paid to local fisherman who died after falling from his boat near Dunbar; Tributes are pouring in for a local fisherman who died on Sunday after falling from his boat off the coast near Dunbar. May 3, 2021 626
Prince Philip: New yacht named after the Duke of Edinburgh to be commissioned 'within weeks'; A new yacht named after Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, is to be commissioned by the government following his death last month. May 2, 2021 344
Concerns grow for James Thomson reported missing from Moray; Police in Moray are appealing for information following reports that James Thomson has been missing since Saturday night. May 2, 2021 235
St Abbs incident: Coastguard called to two incidents on Berwickshire coast; Berwick Coastguard Rescue Team were called out to two separate incidents where divers had found themselves in difficulty on Sunday morning. May 2, 2021 234
Coronavirus in Scotland: 146 new cases recorded in the last 24 hours; In the last 24 hours Scotland has recorded 146 new coronavirus cases but no new deaths. May 2, 2021 174
BBC release trailer for new Scottish thriller starring Line of Duty's Martin Compston; The BBC has released a trailer for new Scottish thriller, Vigil, which stars Line of Duty actor Martin Compston. May 2, 2021 374
Line of Duty: Only top cast know the identify of 'H' says Kelly Macdonald; Kelly Macdonald has described Line of Duty's famously secretive creator Jed Mercurio as "troublesome", and revealed only the "top cast" know the identity of H ahead of the series finale. Apr 30, 2021 591
Travellers urged to 'respect' communities as tourism leaders say people should not feel coerced into being tested; Tourism leaders have said that people shouldn't feel pressured into being tested for coronavirus before travelling but urge everyone to 'respect' the communities that they visit. Apr 30, 2021 471
Over a quarter of a million pounds worth of drugs seized from property in Johnstone; Police Scotland has recovered drugs worth an estimated street value of [pounds sterling]273,000 from a property in Johnstone, Renfrewshire. Apr 30, 2021 227
Coronavirus in Scotland: 191 new cases recorded in the last 24 hours; In the last 24 hours, 191 new cases of coronavirus were recorded in Scotland. Apr 30, 2021 171
Coronavirus in Scotland: New figures reveal that case numbers are at their lowest rate since October; Scotland has recorded the lowest number of coronavirus cases since estimates began in October, according to the latest data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS). Apr 30, 2021 324
Man threatens staff with knife in Paisley armed robbery; Shop staff were held at knife point during an armed robbery at a business in Paisley. Apr 30, 2021 338
ScotRail services cancelled after person hit by train in on main line; ScotRail services have been cancelled on a busy main line after a person was hit by a train. Apr 30, 2021 302
Scot Squad leaders questions: Hit BBC comedy spoof show takes on Scotland's political leaders ahead of the election; The BBC comedy spoof show Scot Squad is airing a special episode tonight featuring political party leaders ahead of the election next week. Apr 29, 2021 298
Witness appeal launched following attempted murder in Paisley; Police are appealing for information after a man was attacked with weapons in Paisley on Wednesday. Apr 29, 2021 324
Chris Smith: Charitable fund launched in the name of Team GB runner who tragically died in the Perthshire hills six months ago; Six months ago today, fell runner Chris Smith sadly lost his life while out running in Perthshire - now to honour him, his family have announced that they are launching a memorial fund charitable trust in his name. Apr 27, 2021 1087
Palacerigg Country Park: Four riders thrown from their horses after a dog 'spooks' the animals; Four riders were thrown from their horses after a dog which was not on a lead spooked the animals on Saturday morning in Palacerigg Country Park, Cumbernauld. Apr 27, 2021 633
Airdrie road crash: One horse killed and one woman in hospital following a collision in Glenmavis; A car collided with a horse in Airdrie on Sunday morning - leaving the female rider in hospital and the horse dead. Apr 27, 2021 330
Line of Duty: Here are ten of the best one-liners from the hit BBC drama as fans hail latest episode for 'cracking' new catchphrase; Fans are praising the latest episode of Line of Duty for providing the 'best one-liner' yet as it enjoyed its highest ever audience this week. Apr 27, 2021 331
Alicia Mitchell: Police appeal launched as 15-year-old girl is reported missing in Glasgow; Police are appealing for information to help trace a teenager, Alicia Mitchell, who was reporting missing from the Baillieston area of Glasgow on Monday. Apr 27, 2021 195
Three men left with serious injuries following an attack on a group of motorcyclists in Callander; Police officers in Forth Valley have launched a witness appeal following an attack on a group of motorcyclists which left three men in hospital on Sunday. Apr 26, 2021 300
Scotland reopening: Businesses in the Highlands slowly welcome back customers as those in the central belt enjoy a booming first day of trade; As coronavirus restrictions eased across the country on Monday, businesses in the Central Belt were overwhelmed with customers - however those further north in the Highlands experienced a different story. Apr 26, 2021 647
Highland florist thrives after tapping into a younger market through Instagram; Corin MacLeod created a business plan to be an event and wedding florist based in the Scottish Highlands, but like many people the pandemic forced her to rethink. Apr 17, 2021 625
How support from island residents kept local businesses in Orkney thriving during lockdown; As the Scottish hospitality industry prepares to reopen at the end April, these Orkney businesses have reflected on a year that has turned out to be their busiest yet thanks to the unwavering support of island residents. Apr 17, 2021 1042
Ramadan: Nicola Sturgeon wishes Scotland's Muslim community 'a very happy Ramadan'; Nicola Sturgeon has released a message to the Muslim community in Scotland, and across the world, wishing them "a very happy Ramadan". Apr 13, 2021 420
Coronavirus in Scotland: Three more deaths and 221 new cases recorded in last 24 hours; Speaking at a coronavirus briefing on Tuesday, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announced that in the last 24 hours three more people had died from coronavirus and 221 new cases had been recorded. Apr 13, 2021 180
These are the 11 areas in Scotland with the most new coronavirus cases between April 3 and April 9; According to the latest figures published by the Scottish government, these are the 11 areas in Scotland that recorded the highest levels of positive coronavirus tests between April 3 and April 9. Apr 13, 2021 375
Train derailment: Disruption continues on the Highland Mainline as ScotRail operate replacement bus services; Replacement buses have been organised between Perth and Inverness as the Highland Mainline remains closed following a train derailment in the early hours of Saturday. Apr 12, 2021 207

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