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Sir Michael Palin backs new geography course at Scottish university; Actor, explorer and comedy legend Sir Michael Palin has shown his support for a new geography course at a Scottish university. Jun 10, 2021 650
Rangers: More arrests made following Glasgow George Square celebrations; Three more men, including a teenager, have been arrested and charged over the disorder on the day of Rangers' title win last month. Jun 8, 2021 238
Jay Gallacher: Family pay tribute to 15-year-old boy who died in crash; The family of a teenage boy who died in a car crash have paid tribute to their "much-loved son, brother, uncle, grandson, nephew, cousin and friend.". Jun 8, 2021 349
Teenage boy, 14, assaulted by three men and has phone stolen during street robbery; A teenage boy was assaulted and had his phone stolen after a group of men robbed him in the street. Jun 8, 2021 349
M74 crash: Road closed and large tailbacks following two-vehicle collision on motorway; Part of the M74 has closed following a crash involving two vehicles this afternoon. Jun 7, 2021 176
Manhunt launched after teenage girl is followed and sexually assaulted in Dundee street; Police are hunting two men after a teenage girl was sexually assaulted while walking in the street. Jun 7, 2021 338
Pollokshields fire: Man appears in court charged with murder following Glasgow flat fire; A man has been charged following a fire at a Glasgow flat which left one person dead and caused many residents to be evacuated. Jun 7, 2021 216
CalMac's Ullapool-Stornoway ferry breakdown caused by parts that should have been replaced in 2019; The breakdown of CalMac's newest and largest ferry was partly caused by parts that should have been replaced about three years ago, an investigation has found. Jun 7, 2021 416
'No one in the government is trying to alarm people' says Nicola Sturgeon after Humza Yousaf's child Covid claims; First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has defended her government following criticism over the Scottish health secretary's comments on children and Covid causing "undue alarm.". Jun 4, 2021 427
Cumbernauld crash: Pedestrian seriously injured in collision involving 84-year-old driver; A pedestrian is in a serious condition in hospital after being hit by a car in North Lanarkshire. Jun 4, 2021 349
Cargo ship crew warned about hidden rocks minutes before grounding; Crew on a cargo ship were warned by a fishing boat that they were minutes from hitting rocks before the vessel ran aground, an investigation has confirmed. Jun 3, 2021 305
Rangers: Four more arrests made over disorder during George Square celebrations; Four more people have been arrested in connection with the damage and disorder caused during the Rangers' celebrations in George Square, Glasgow, last month. Jun 3, 2021 219
Man in hospital with serious injuries after knife attack in broad daylight; A man has been seriously injured after being attacked by two blade-wielding criminals in broad daylight. Jun 3, 2021 240
'We are just devastated' - Scots holidaymakers react to news of Portugal being moved to amber list; A bar owner who was due to fly to Portugal with his partner for her birthday is one of many Scots who have spoken of the "frustration" and "disappointment" felt after news of the country moving to the amber list. Jun 3, 2021 681
Rangers: Police wish to speak with woman in image over racial incident near Ibrox Stadium; Police Scotland has released an image of a woman they hope to trace as part of an investigation into a racial incident during Rangers celebrations earlier this month. May 28, 2021 230
Fife councillor arrested and charged over allegations of child sexual offences; A Fife councillor has been arrested and charged with alleged child sex offences. May 28, 2021 226
'It's a disproportionate response' - Glasgow pubs anger as restrictions remain; Pubs and restaurants in Glasgow City said they have been left feeling devastated after the "crushing" news that restrictions will not ease from Monday. May 14, 2021 413
Radovan Karadzic to serve rest of prison sentence in UK, reports foreign secretary; Radovan Karadzic - the Bosnian Serb political leader convicted over the Srebrenica genocide - will serve the rest of his sentence in a UK jail. May 12, 2021 317
Dores fire: Body recovered after house fire near Loch Ness; A body has been recovered after a fire near Loch Ness in the Highlands. May 12, 2021 157
Ryan Davis: Concerns growing for missing 26-year-old man; Concerns are growing for the welfare of a 26-year-old man who has been reported missing. May 4, 2021 158
Lisa Ferguson: Concerns grow for teenage girl reported missing; A teenage girl has been reported missing and concerns are growing for her welfare. May 4, 2021 152
Line of Duty creator and stars to get AC12 inspired tattoo after show's success; Line of Duty creator Jed Mercurio and stars are to get matching tattoos after the crime drama's finale saw more than 12 million viewers. May 3, 2021 348
Man accused of littering arrested after 'large amounts of litter and detritus' found at Scottish national park; A man has been arrested for allegedly littering in one of Scotland's national parks. Apr 29, 2021 362
Man arrested after drugs worth [pounds sterling]250,000 seized from Borders town; A man has been arrested after drugs worth a quarter of a million pounds were found at a property in the Borders. Apr 28, 2021 218
Two heavily pregnant deer killed after suspected dog attack prompts warning to pet owners; Two heavily pregnant deer had to be humanely killed after being badly injured in a suspected dog attack, police have confirmed. Apr 27, 2021 448
Man jailed after suitcases containing [pounds sterling]800,000 in cash found at Glasgow airport; A man who was found with suitcases full of more than [pounds sterling]800,000 in cash at Glasgow airport has been jailed. Apr 27, 2021 345
Paraglider in hospital after crashing into Scottish primary school; A paraglider was taken to hospital after crashing into a school playground. Apr 26, 2021 151
Scotland reopening: These were the scenes as gyms, pubs and salons welcomed back customers after months of lockdown; It's been a long time coming, but today marked the day shops reopened, pints were poured and customers broke a sweat in gyms for the first time in months. Apr 26, 2021 483
Discovery of rare bug not seen in Scotland for more than 30 years; A rare insect that has not been seen in Scotland for more than three decades has been rediscovered, according to RSPB Scotland. Apr 20, 2021 344
Nasa's Mars helicopter completes first ever controlled flight on another planet; Nasa's Ingenuity Mars helicopter has completed the first-ever powered, controlled flight on another planet, the space agency has announced. Apr 19, 2021 183
John Paul Academy: Four men injured during disturbance at football pitch; Four men have been injured following an incident at a football pitch in Glasgow. Apr 19, 2021 205
Scottish election 2021: Residents offered [pounds sterling]50,000 to stay in or move to island communities under SNP proposals; Funding of up to [pounds sterling]50,000 will be offered to families and young people to say in or move to island communities under a new SNP initiative to prevent further rural population decline. Apr 15, 2021 322
Jog for Jugs: Daughter of woman diagnosed with breast cancer launches campaign to get nation checking their breasts; Run 8km, donate [pounds sterling]8 and tell eight friends. What for? Breast cancer. Why eight? Because one in eight women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime. Apr 11, 2021 616
Media graduate who struggled to get work during pandemic sets up production company and makes film on mental health in farming; A former media student who felt despondent by the job market in lockdown has set up her own production company and is shortly releasing a documentary on mental health issues in farming. Apr 8, 2021 436
Adder warning issued for Scotland as snakes emerge from hibernation; The UKs only venomous snake has started to emerge from hibernation prompting a warning from police and an animal charity. Apr 7, 2021 315
Scottish Parliament Election 2021: SNP candidate attacked by dog during campaign effort; An SNP candidate was bitten by a dog while out campaigning ahead of the Scottish election in May. Apr 7, 2021 198
Teenager in hospital with serious injuries following hit and run; A teenage boy has been taken to hospital to be treated for serious injuries following a hit and run. Apr 5, 2021 209
Former Aberdeenshire Provost leaves SNP after 60 years to join Alba Party; The former Provost of Aberdeenshire has left the SNP after six decades to join Alex Salmond's new Alba party. Apr 5, 2021 303
Scotland weather forecast: Yellow warning for heavy snow and high winds as temperatures set to plummet; A weather warning for heavy snowfall and high winds has been issued for parts of Scotland as temperatures in some areas are set to plummet to -7C. Apr 4, 2021 525
Woman found dead following farming incident has been named; A woman who was found dead in a field following an incident on a farm has been named by police. Apr 4, 2021 161
Stork reported missing from bird centre after being 'mobbed by some gulls'; A resident stork at a bird centre has been reported missing after it was disturbed during a daily flying session by some gulls. Apr 4, 2021 313
Prophet's Grave: Residents suspect link between 17th century legend and Covid pandemic; In the middle of the 17th century there was a minister named William Smith, a righteous man, who fell victim to one of the many plagues which swept across Scotland. Apr 3, 2021 586
Easterhouse incident: Man arrested following Glasgow murder; A man has been arrested in connection with a murder in Glasgow. Apr 2, 2021 307
Isle of Lewis incident: Three children rescued after becoming trapped by high tide; A rescue mission was launched after three children became trapped on a sandbank as sea levels rose rapidly around them. Apr 2, 2021 220
US Capitol incident: Vehicle rams barricade injuring two police officers; Two police officers have been injured following reports of a driver ramming a vehicle into a barricade outside the US Capitol. Apr 2, 2021 172
Watch: Suez Canal scenes in Falkirk after boat spotted blocking busy road; They may be thousands of miles apart, but Falkirk in Scotland had its own equivalent of Egypt's Suez Canal fiasco after a boat was spotted blocking a busy road. And it was no April fool. Apr 1, 2021 285
Man charged over sexual offences at ballet school due to appear in court; A man has been charged in connection with sexual offences at a ballet school and is due to appear in court. Apr 1, 2021 219
Alba Party: Former SNP MP Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh among 32 regional candidates; Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh, a former SNP MP, is among 32 candidates announced by Alex Salmond's new Alba Party. Mar 31, 2021 376
Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Hotels announces new plans for Glasgow; Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Hotels has announced plans to open a new hotel in Glasgow. Mar 31, 2021 514
Police say Queen's grandson's 400-mile journey to Scottish village 'did not breach' Covid restrictions; Officers have found one of the Queen's grandsons did not breach coronavirus regulations after a complaint was made about his trip from southern England to the north east of Scotland. Mar 29, 2021 191
Aberlour Walkers Shortbread factory forced to close after Covid outbreak; A shortbread factory has been forced to close following an outbreak of coronavirus cases at one of its premises in Moray. Mar 26, 2021 301
Major search launched for husky reported missing in Scottish Highlands four days ago; Owners are leading a frantic search for their dog Koda after he ran off while they were out on a walk in the Highlands. Mar 25, 2021 430
Family's relief after missing dog is rescued from foxhole under Glasgow garage; Pet owners are breathing a sigh of relief after their missing dog Bailey was pulled to safety by emergency services after being found trapped in a foxhole. Mar 24, 2021 569
Listen to Shetland poet's poem about her experiences with accent discrimination; A poet from the Shetland Isles has written a poem to raise awareness of the accent discrimination she faces when leaving her home island. Mar 24, 2021 906
Mystery surrounds hamster found dumped in Fife bin; A hamster found hidden under a bin liner in a metal bin has prompted an appeal from the Scottish SPCA. Mar 23, 2021 304
Scottish wildfire warning: Public urged to follow guidance with extreme wildfire warning issued for parts of Scotland; A forestry group is urging members of the public to take extra precaution in rural areas as an extreme wildfire warning as been put in place. Mar 23, 2021 395
Hywind Scotland: Peterhead's floating wind farm records top results for UK three years running; A wind farm off Scotland's coast has recorded the UK's best results for capturing potential output offshore for a third year in a row. Mar 23, 2021 303
Scotland's daffodil farmers set for harvest disaster with Covid restrictions lifting too late; Scottish daffodil farmers are set to lose 60 per cent of their flowers this year due to Brexit and ongoing Covid restrictions. Mar 20, 2021 605
'It's soul destroying' - The ongoing plight of farmers as sea eagles dominate coastal farms during lambing; Kevin Kennedy is getting ready for lambing season, the busiest two weeks of his year, preparing his croft for the delicate task of delivering lambs. Mar 20, 2021 1040
Concerns grow for welfare of missing 31-year-old woman; A search has been launched for a woman who was reported missing from her home as concerns grow for her welfare. Mar 19, 2021 241
Coronavirus in Scotland: Eight deaths as 655 new cases are confirmed overnight; A total of eight deaths have been recorded in Scotland as the country reports 655 new cases in the last 24 hours. Mar 19, 2021 216
More than 1,000 bookings in 15 minutes at hotel after lockdown routemap announcement; A hotel manager has been left dumbfounded after more than 1,000 customers booked a table on the business's website in just 15 minutes. Mar 19, 2021 399
Coronavirus in Scotland: 625 new cases confirmed as country records 12 news deaths; A total of 12 deaths have been recorded in Scotland as the country reports 625 new cases in the last 24 hours. Mar 17, 2021 197
Outlander renewed for season seven ahead of season six release; Outlander has been renewed for season seven at Starz ahead of the long delayed release of its sixth season sometime later this year. Mar 15, 2021 223
Coronavirus in Scotland: 484 new Covid cases recorded in 24 hours; A total of 484 cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in Scotland in the last 24 hours, according to government data. Mar 14, 2021 204
Mystery surrounds rescued meerkats after pair found on Dundee road; Scottish SPCA officers were called out to an "unusual" rescue after a member of the public spotted two meerkats on a road in Dundee. Mar 14, 2021 317
Bummed out: Couple grounded in Girvan post naked pictures from world trip to counter lockdown blues; For the globetrotters among us, the pandemic has hardly been a time to keep the good old wanderlust alive. Mar 13, 2021 693
Sarah Everard: Probe into Met handling of indecent exposure report; The police watchdog has launched an investigation into whether Metropolitan Police officers "responded appropriately" to a report of indecent exposure following referrals linked to the arrest of the suspect in the Sarah Everard case. Mar 11, 2021 486
Concerns Aberdeen pensioner found in flat may have been dead for 12 years; A woman whose body was found in a flat in Aberdeen may have been dead for 12 years, it is understood. Mar 10, 2021 233
Body found in search for missing Fife woman; A woman's body has been found during a search for a missing person from Fife. Mar 10, 2021 173
Peat Road incident: Woman in hospital with serious injuries after being hit by vehicle; A woman has been taken to hospital to be treated for serious injuries after being struck by a vehicle in a busy Glasgow street. Mar 10, 2021 189
Rural residents set up office in field due to poor internet connection; Residents complaining about poor internet speed in their rural community have set up an office in a field and challenged the Minister for Connectivity to work there for a day. Mar 8, 2021 415
Search for families linked to Glasgow memorial benches smashed up in Rangers victory celebrations; Family members of the people memorialised on benches that were smashed to pieces when Rangers fans descended on George Square in Glasgow are being urged to come forward. Mar 8, 2021 419
Police 'strongly condemn' Rangers over failing to help prevent 'disgraceful' mass fan gatherings; A chief constable at Police Scotland has criticised Rangers Football Club over failing to order thousands of fans to stay home after the club's league victory on the weekend. Mar 8, 2021 539
International Women's Day: Meet seven women working jobs 'in a man's world'; To tie in with the International Women's Day theme of 'challenge' this year, we have spoken to seven women who are working in professions that are still heavily dominated by men. Mar 6, 2021 1484
Otter recovering after suffering serious wound from fishing cable; An otter that was facing a "long painful death" due to fishing cable wound around its middle is recovering after being rescued by wildlife experts. Mar 6, 2021 384
New Zealand earthquake: tsunami warning following 7.3-magnitude tremor; A tsunami warning is in place after a powerful earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 7.3 has hit the coast of New Zealand's North Island, according to officials. Mar 4, 2021 318
Going lengths: Scottish triathlete calls for access to pool ahead of EU competition after training in paddling pool for months; A 16-year-old junior triathlete is hoping to gain access to a professional-sized pool ahead of a major competition in May after training in a giant paddling pool during lockdown "is not ideal.". Mar 4, 2021 969
Beattie Communications: Owner reportedly quits over 'company doesn't recruit blacks, gays or Catholics' LinkedIn message; The owner one of Scotland's major corporate communications companies has reportedly quit after publishing a controversial post on LinkedIn saying the company "doesn't recruit blacks, gays or Catholics" but only hires "talented people". Mar 3, 2021 370
Andy Murray reveals he has quit social media following win at world tennis competition; Andy Murray said he has deleted his Twitter and Instagram accounts following his first tour-level win since August. Mar 2, 2021 348
A83 incident: Three men charged after speeding up to 123mph; Three men have been arrested and charged after travelling at speeds of up to 123mph on a main road in the Scottish Highlands. Mar 1, 2021 294
Two men convicted of firearm offences after guns posing 'deadly risk' to community are seized; Two men have been convicted after officers found a vehicle containing illegal firearms and ammunition. Mar 1, 2021 334
Grangemouth incident: Five arrested after two men allegedly stabbed at block of flats; Arrests have been made after two men were reportedly stabbed in the early hours of this morning. Mar 1, 2021 223
Meet 'The Acol Zoomers' - the four grannies who have overcome modern technology to keep up their Bridge habit; Twice a week Shireen Paterson puts on her lipstick and fixes her hair before sitting down to play a hand of Bridge. Feb 27, 2021 521
Wishaw crash: Two teenagers who died in collision have been identified; Two teenagers who died following a crash in Wishaw this week have now been identified. Feb 26, 2021 223
In pictures: Scotland's 'most remote pub' with panoramic views up for sale; A pub reputed to be the most remote in Scotland is up for sale for just under half a million pounds. Feb 24, 2021 772
Kilmarnock attack: Funeral held for mother and daughter killed in stabbing; Mourners have descended on a cemetery in their numbers to pay respects to a mother and daughter killed in attacks in Kilmarnock earlier this month. Feb 24, 2021 267
Tinto Hill rescue: Woman with suspected broken leg airlifted to hospital after falling at beauty spot; A woman was airlifted to hospital after she fell at a popular walking spot and suffered a suspected broken leg. Feb 23, 2021 253
Coronavirus in Scotland: Drones used to carry Covid samples to Scottish island in 'a UK first'; Drones are being used to transport Covid samples and testing kits to a Scottish island on the west coast. Feb 23, 2021 447
'Youngest' premature baby in Scotland born weighing 1lb finally discharged from hospital; A baby born weighing as little as a 500g loaf of bread (1.1lb) has been able to go home with her parents after spending five months in hospital. Feb 22, 2021 625
Boeing 777s banned from flying in UK airspace following aircraft engine fire over Denver; All Boeing 777s with the same engine as that of the plane which caught fire after take-off from Denver will be temporarily banned from entering UK airspace, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said. Feb 22, 2021 261
Old Mill Inn fire: Crews tackle flames at '200-year-old historic' Scottish property; Firefighters have been called to extinguish flames at one of Scotland's historic pub buildings. Feb 22, 2021 220
Drinks company to plant trees in Scotland for every professional football game scoring nil-nil; A drinks company has vowed to plant 50 trees in Scotland every time a professional football game in the UK finishes 0-0 in a bid to help the country meet its net-zero targets. Feb 22, 2021 579
Scotland wildfires: Scottish moorland chief renews call for better education on muirburn to prevent the country's fast growing wildfire crisis; In the wake of devastating wildfires that swept across Scotland's western isles, a moorland expert said he fears it will take a human to die in a wildfire before action is taken to educate the population on muirburn. Feb 20, 2021 926
Body found in search confirmed as missing 20-year-old man; A body found in a woodland has been identified as a man who was reported missing. Feb 19, 2021 210
Union unit: Oliver Lewis quits Number 10 after two weeks in office; The Prime Minister's main adviser on fighting Scottish independence has quit his role less than a fortnight after being appointed as head of the Union unit. Feb 19, 2021 556
Kim Kardashian 'files for divorce' from Kanye West; Kim Kardashian has reportedly filed for divorce from Kanye West after seven years of marriage. Feb 19, 2021 165
Junior Scottish ice skater for Great Britain turns to frozen puddles to practise her spins; A junior figure skater who has represented the UK in competitions all over Europe has been spotted making the most of Scotland's cold snap to practise her routines. Feb 13, 2021 440
Scotland wildfire: Fire sweeps across Isle of Lewis moorland forcing residents to stay indoors; Flames have swept across a moorland on one of Scotland's islands forcing residents to keep their windows and doors shut. Feb 13, 2021 352
Japan earthquake: Magnitude of 7.3 hits north-eastern coast; A strong earthquake has struck off the coast of north-eastern Japan, shaking Fukushima, Miyagi and nearby areas. Feb 13, 2021 332

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