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What time is Nicola Sturgeon's covid update today, how can I watch, will we find out if Scotland moves to level 0 and what five things is the First Minister considering to decide next steps? The First Minister is due to give a briefing with the latest coronavirus update on Tuesday afternoon. Jun 15, 2021 862
Edward Murdoch: Appeal launched to trace relatives of man who died at his home in Glasgow; Police have launched an appeal to trace the relatives of a man who died at his home in Glasgow. Jun 15, 2021 157
Scottish SCPA in pictures: Animal charity seeks home for small, often overlooked animals; The Scottish SPCA are looking for homes for a bunch of small, yet adorable, creatures. Jun 15, 2021 409
Nick Watt: Video from anti-lockdown protest shows BBC journalist abused and harassed by mob as he walked from Downing Street; A BBC Newsnight journalist has been harassed and abused as he walks from Downing Street by anti-lockdown mob. Jun 15, 2021 231
Christian Eriksen: Danish footballer sends message to fans from hospital as he recovers after match collapse; Christian Eriksen has sent a message to his fans as he recovers in hospital. Jun 15, 2021 233
Euro 2020: Nicola Sturgeon wishes Scotland good luck for Czech game with Yes Sir I Can Boogie message; The First Minister tweeted her support for the Scotland team ahead of their first Euro 2020 match on Monday. Jun 14, 2021 230
'This is the story about the journey of a nation': Watch as Martin Compston eases Scotland's Euro 2020 nerves with a story; A new video for Tennent's Lager has Line of Duty star Martin Compston reading a bed time story to ease the nerves of Scotland's football fans across the country. Jun 14, 2021 325
Euro 2020: How to watch Scotland v Czech Republic, what channel is the Scotland game on and what time is the Scotland game on? Scotland are preparing for their first match in the Euro 2020 tournament on Monday - here's how you make sure you don't miss it! Jun 14, 2021 235
'The whole country is behind you': Nicola Sturgeon records supportive message for Scotland football team ahead of first Euro game; The First Minister released a message supporting the Scottish National Team ahead of their first Euro 2020 game. Jun 14, 2021 326
Burntisland incident: Helicopter rescue mission launched after reports of a man overboard in the Firth of Forth; A rescue helicopter and the RNLI lifeboats have been launched in Fife. Jun 14, 2021 217
Megan Boyle: Body found during search for missing Inverurie woman; A body has been found during a police search in the Inverurie area. Jun 12, 2021 157
Covid Scotland: Two people have died after testing positive for coronavirus as over 1,000 new cases are reported; The Scottish Government has released the latest coronavirus data from across the country. Jun 12, 2021 551
G7 Summit: Prime Minister has said he will not hesitate to take unilateral measures over Northern Ireland; Boris Johnson has warned Brussels he will not hesitate to take unilateral measures to protect the position of Northern Ireland in the increasingly bitter row over post-Brexit trading arrangements. Jun 12, 2021 582
Christian Eriksen: BBC apologises for coverage of Danish player's on-field medical treatment; The BBC has apologised following complaints that it continued to broadcast as Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen received emergency treatment during his country's Euro 2020 game against Finland. Jun 12, 2021 447
Michael Flaherty: Increasing concerns for Dumfries man who has been reported missing; An appeal has been launched after a man from Dumfries was reported missing. Jun 11, 2021 156
Cyril Jenkins: 65-year-old jailed for possession of indecent images and videos of children; Cyril Jenkins was sentenced on Friday at Livingston Sheriff Court. Jun 11, 2021 220
Brewdog row continues as brewery accused of fostering a toxic working environment; Former staff of brewery Brewdog have responded to the apology offered by CEO James Watt after an open letter was published with claims of a toxic work environment within the company. Jun 11, 2021 547
Darnella Frazier: Woman who took video of the killing of George Floyd honoured with special citation from Pulitzer; The woman who took the video of the killing of George Floyd has been given a special citation from the Pulitzer Prize Board. Jun 11, 2021 205
Ella-Grace Rimington: Toddler who died after falling into a pond has been named; The toddler who died after falling into a garden pond in Falkirk has been named. Jun 11, 2021 216
Covid UK: Delta variant comprises 91% of UK cases, says Health Secretary; The Delta variant first identified in India now comprises 91% of cases of coronavirus in the UK, the Health Secretary has said. Jun 10, 2021 303
Garthdee: Two teenage boys arrested after string of fires, thefts and vandalism in Aberdeen; Two youths have been charged in connection to a series of offences in Aberdeen between April and June. Jun 10, 2021 151
Euro 2020: Glasgow fan zone will be one of the safest places to watch football, claims official; The Euro 2020 fan zone in Glasgow will be one of the safest places to watch the tournament, an official has said. Jun 10, 2021 585
George Critch: Concerns growing for 63-year-old Inverness man who has been reported missing; There are growing concerns after an Inverness man has been missing for over 24 hours. Jun 10, 2021 233
2023 Olympic Games: Brisbane set to become the next host city for the Olympic games; Brisbane is poised to be confirmed as the host city for the 2032 Olympic Games next month. Jun 10, 2021 447
King's Park: Attempted murder investigated as car tried to knock over man in Glasgow; An attempted murder is being investigated as a car tried to knock over a man in Glasgow. Jun 9, 2021 325
Callum Duncan: Man sentenced to eight years after rape of young woman in Aberdeen; A man has been sentenced after being found guilty of the rape of a young woman in Aberdeen. Jun 9, 2021 215
Ian Menzies: Family of murdered Perth man describe him as "the best dad, grandad and brother"; The family of a man who was murdered in Perth have described him as "the best dad, grandad and brother" in the world. Jun 9, 2021 219
Budhill Avenue: Police investigating 'unexplained' death in Glasgow; An investigation has been launched after an 'unexplained' death was reported in Glasgow. Jun 9, 2021 151
Euros 2020: Scotland fans to avoid hugging and high-fiving as Hampden prepares to allow crowds into the stadium; Fans entering Hampden to watch Scotland play will not be allowed to hug or high five due to the stadium's coronavirus rules. Jun 9, 2021 424
Emmanuel Macron: French President slapped in the face during visit to town; French President Emmanuel Macron has been slapped in the face by a man during a visit to a small town in southeast France. Jun 8, 2021 411
Joey Barton: Former Rangers player's jury discharged over 'lost in translation' issue; Jury in Joey Barton assault trial discharged by judge after 'lost in translation' problem. Jun 8, 2021 426
Coronavirus in the UK: Holiday makers in Portugal to pay hundreds of pounds to beat quarantine deadline; Holidaymakers scrambling for flights home from Portugal before new quarantine requirements come into force are being charged hundreds of pounds. Jun 4, 2021 1013
Coronavirus in Scotland: More than 60 members of the Armed Forces are being deployed to help with vaccines; Over 60 members of the Armed Forces are being deployed to central Scotland to get more jags in arms. Jun 4, 2021 342
Hyndford Bridge: Traffic diverted after emergency services close road due to crash; Emergency services have closed a road and diverted traffic after a crash in Lanark. Jun 4, 2021 156
Donald Trump: The former President has had his Facebook account suspended for two years; Donald Trump's Facebook account is to be suspended for two years, the social network has announced. Jun 4, 2021 345
Southerness: 20 holiday makers, including children, rescued by lifeboat after becoming trapped off the Scottish coast; A large group of people were rescued by the RNLI after being cut off by the tide off the Scottish coast. Jun 2, 2021 227
West Princes Street: Investigation launched after body of 67-year-old woman found in Glasgow; An investigation has been launched after the body of a 67-year-old woman was found within a flat in Glasgow. Jun 2, 2021 430
Coronavirus Scotland: Full list of covid level restrictions by area including Glasgow and Edinburgh, which councils are in Level 0, Level 1 and Level 2; On Tuesday, the First Minister confirmed the new levels that Scotland's regions would be in during her latest coronavirus update. Jun 1, 2021 229
SRFS warn of wildfire risk after temperatures across the country soar; The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service have warned that there is a high risk of wildfires as temperatures soar across the country. May 31, 2021 216
Shelley Ann Daly: Concerns raised after missing Larkhall woman not seen for two days; An appeal has been launched to help find a missing Larkhall woman who hasn't been seen since Saturday. May 31, 2021 231
Coronavirus in Scotland: Cases continue to rise across the country as two more deaths recorded; The First Minister provided an update on coronavirus in Scotland from Edinburgh on Friday. May 28, 2021 256
Glenfinnan Viaduct: Dramatic footage show fire service use helicopter to put out wildfire near iconic Scottish landmark; Footage released by the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service show the moment they called in a helicopter to help put out wildfire near an iconic Scottish viaduct. May 28, 2021 212
Lauren Wilson: Man arrested and charged in connection with woman's death after officers respond to call in Glasgow home; A man has been arrested in connection with the death of Paisley woman Lauren Wilson. May 28, 2021 160
Rod Stewart: Trial date now set for singer's US assault case in Florida; Sir Rod Stewart and his son are set to stand trial in the US after allegedly attacking a security guard at a luxury hotel. May 28, 2021 325
Boris Johnson: PM 'unwisely' allowed refurbishment without more 'rigorous regard' for funding; Prime Minister Boris Johnson "unwisely" allowed the refurbishment of his Downing Street flat to go ahead without "more rigorous regard for how this would be funded". May 28, 2021 595
George Square: Two more arrests made as police continue to investigate disorder in Glasgow after Rangers league victory; Two men have been arrested as part of a police investigation into the disorder at St George Square in Glasgow after Rangers won the league. May 28, 2021 321
Coronavirus in Scotland: Decision expected next week on planned move to level one; A decision will be made next week on whether coronavirus restrictions can be eased further in Scotland - with Nicola Sturgeon indicating not all of the country may be able to move to Level 1 early next month. May 28, 2021 552
Duchess of Cambridge: Kate wears pink for little girl who wanted to meet a princess; The Duchess of Cambridge has kept her promise to a little girl who wanted to meet a princess dressed in her favourite colour pink. May 27, 2021 706
Major new Disney movie due to be filmed near Glasgow on the hunt for extras; A major new Disney movie due to be filmed near Glasgow is on the hunt for paid extras. May 27, 2021 216
George Square: Watch as Rangers fans gather in Glasgow as their team lifts the Scottish Premiership trophy; Video shows Rangers fans starting to congregate at George Square in Glasgow on the day their team lifts the Scottish Premiership trophy. May 15, 2021 328
Kenmure Street: 'This is about two innocent people trying to build a new life': Men released by immigration officials after Glasgow protest make legal bid to contest deportation; Two men, who were released from an immigration van after their neighbours and community stopped the vehicle from leaving their street, have now got legal representation to contest the Home Office's decision to deport them. May 15, 2021 451
Abigail Jay: Concerns as woman reported missing from Clackmannan; Concerns have been raised after a woman is reported missing from Clackmannan. May 15, 2021 224
Gaza: Labour condemns Israeli airstrike which destroyed tower housing media in Gaza; An Israeli airstrike that demolished a high-rise building housing media outlets in Gaza has been condemned as "completely unacceptable" by Labour. May 15, 2021 352
Police in Glasgow concerned about public health as they move crowds of Rangers fans to George Square; Police Scotland has released a statement on concerns for public health as Rangers fans gather in large crowds to celebrate their team's cup victory. May 15, 2021 452
Glasgow: Police disperse Rangers fans from George Square antisocial behaviour and disorder; Police Scotland successfully dispersed Rangers fans from George Square after mass gatherings and antisocial behaviour. May 15, 2021 637
Kenmure Street: Three people arrested following Glasgow deportation raid protest; Police Scotland have arrested three people following a protest in a Glasgow street as locals came out to resist the deportation of their neighbour. May 14, 2021 339
Humza Yousaf: Justice Secretary asks for cross party unity as he demands for the immediate devolution of immigration and asylum powers; Humza Yousaf has reached out to Scottish Labour to ask them to back the devolution of immigration and asylum powers to the Scottish Parliament. May 14, 2021 432
Cineworld IMAX Glasgow: Iconic cinema in Glasgow Science Centre announces it will not reopen amid complaints staff found out on social media; The IMAX cinema in Glasgow Science Centre will not be reopening, though staff complain that they found out about the closure on social media. May 13, 2021 335
Scottish Parliament 2021: MSPs are sworn in following Holyrood election; Returning and new members of the Scottish Parliament were sworn in on Thursday morning following last week's Holyrood election. May 13, 2021 516
Kenmure Street: "I am deeply concerned by this action by the Home Office": First Minister speaks out as crowds protest deportation; The First Minister has spoken out as crowds gather on a Glasgow street to protest the alleged attempted deportation of their neighbour. May 13, 2021 328
Gaza: Scotland's Justice Secretary speaks out as Israeli-Palestinian violence worsens; Humza Yousaf has spoken of his family's fear as his brother in law is trapped in Gaza during latest air strikes. May 12, 2021 486
Coronavirus in Scotland: Indian variant of the virus reported in the country; There are currently around 20 to 30 cases of the Indian variant of coronavirus in Scotland, the country's national clinical director has said. May 12, 2021 590
Scottish Election result 2021: Increase in women winning seats held by men; The Scottish elections have already seen a high proportion of seats previously held by men now taken by women in a bid to increase representation in parliament. May 8, 2021 333
Scottish Election 2021: SNP wins East Lothian; The SNP has successfully taken East Lothian from Scottish Labour. May 7, 2021 385
Fort William: Skye the Highland donkey given life saving treatment after cancer diagnosis; Eight-year-old skewbald donkey, Skye, who was living on the grounds of a distillery in Fort William, has received life saving treatment a large growth on his chest that needed urgent veterinary attention. May 6, 2021 433
Broomlands Street: Man in hospital with 'life-threatening injuries' after alleged stabbing in Paisley; A man has been arrested in connection with a serious assault in Paisley. May 6, 2021 210
Kelty kittens: Scottish SPCA rescue a cat and her five kittens from a chimney in Fife; The Scottish SPCA rescued a mother cat with her new litter of five kittens from a chimney in Fife, after she hid away there to give birth. May 6, 2021 320
Provost Watt Drive: Man pushes pensioner to the ground while attempted to take her money in Aberdeen; An appeal has been launched after an attempt was made to steal money from a 78-year-old woman in Aberdeen. May 6, 2021 222
Weather in Scotland: Met Office issue a yellow weather warning as the country wakes up to snow in May; The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for parts of Scotland as snow already starts to fall. May 6, 2021 229
Coronavirus in India: Country faces calls for strict lockdown to slow devastating surge in Covid cases; India's government has faced calls for a strict lockdown to slow a devastating surge in new coronavirus cases. May 5, 2021 633
Coronavirus in Scotland: No Covid deaths recorded in two-thirds of local authority areas; The National Records of Scotland has released the latest data on coronavirus in Scotland showing that there have been no deaths from coronavirus recorded in two-thirds of local authority areas. May 5, 2021 308
Balloch: Two men arrested after around [pounds sterling]178,000 of drugs recovered by police in Scottish village; Arrests were made after police recovered [pounds sterling]178,000 worth of cannabis in a house in Balloch. May 5, 2021 228
Stuart Lubbock: Prosecutors considering whether to charge man arrested for murder at home of entertainer Michael Barrymore; Prosecutors are to consider whether to charge a man who was arrested on suspicion of the indecent assault and murder of Stuart Lubbock at the home of entertainer Michael Barrymore in 2001. May 4, 2021 219
Michael Collins: Astronaut Tim Peake among those paying tribute to one of the first men on the moon, Michael Collins, who has died; British astronaut Tim Peake has hailed Michael Collins, who was one of the three crew members of the first manned mission to the moon in 1969, as an "inspiration and a legend" after the pioneer died at the age of 90. Apr 29, 2021 477
Craig Shaw: Fresh appeal after Drumchapel murder; Detectives investigating the murder of Craig Shaw in Drumchapel have made a fresh appeal for information. Apr 29, 2021 631
Loch Lomond: More than 1,000 bags of litter cleared from Loch Lomond National Park in just one month; A jaw dropping 1,203 bags of rubbish have been collected from Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park in the month of April alone. Apr 29, 2021 482
Kate Middleton: The story of how Kate and William met; University student Kate Middleton first caught the attention of 19-year-old Prince William when she strode down the catwalk in a sheer dress for a charity fashion show. Apr 28, 2021 930
Ryan Giggs: Former footballer prepares for first day in court after being charged with assaulting two women; Former Manchester United footballer Ryan Giggs is to appear in court charged with assaulting two women and controlling or coercive behaviour. Apr 28, 2021 319
Orkney: Area of Stromness cordoned after an unexploded bomb was discovered; An area of Stromness has been cordoned off after an unexploded bomb was discovered. Apr 28, 2021 223
Blantyre crash: Cyclist in hospital with serious injuries after hit and run on Scottish road; A cyclist is in hospital with serious injuries after being hit by a car that failed to stop while cycling on a Scottish road. Apr 27, 2021 318
Tobermory dolphins: Watch as sea kayaker captures the moment he is approached by friendly dolphins; A sea kayaker has been able to capture a beautiful video showing dolphins swim and frolic around him as he returns from the Isle of Rum. Apr 26, 2021 212
Nazanin Zaghari- Ratcliffe: Aid worker sentenced to another year in prison by Iranian court; Nazanin Zaghari- Ratcliffe has been sentenced to another year in prison and a one year travel ban by an Iranian court. Apr 26, 2021 151
M77: Car chased by Police through Glasgow drives wrong way up major motorway; A car pursued by police through Glasgow lost them after driving the wrong way on a major Scottish motorway. Apr 25, 2021 335
Watch: Two men in inflatable kayak capsize in the Firth of Forth; Kinghorn RNLI was dispatched after two men in an inflatable kayak capsized in the Firth of Forth. Apr 25, 2021 317
Coronavirus in Scotland: One person has died and 176 have tested positive for Covid in the last 24 hours; The Scottish Government has released the latest statistics on coronavirus. Apr 25, 2021 161
Coronavirus in Scotland: Scots prepare to travel to England as border reopens; With the travel restrictions lifting in Scotland on Monday, hospitality venues not just across the country, but in the North of England, are preparing for holiday makers desperate to flea the city and embrace new surroundings. Apr 25, 2021 615
Les McKeown: His life in pictures; As the lead singer of the Bay City Rollers dies at 65, we take a look back through the archives. Apr 22, 2021 570
'She's enjoying walking about in the sun': Adorable lamb is learning how to walk after injuring front legs during traumatic birth; A lamb is learning to frolic in the sunshine - after suffering injuries to her front legs during a traumatic birth. Apr 22, 2021 574
Scotland-England border could create jobs, SNP candidate suggests; An SNP candidate has suggested erecting "the softest of borders" with England could create jobs in an independent Scotland. Apr 22, 2021 376
Bishopbriggs assault: Teenager sought by police to aid investigation after man and woman hospitalised in assault; A picture has been released of a teenager who is thought to be able to help police with an investigation into an assault in Glasgow. Apr 22, 2021 213
Coronavirus in the UK: Foodbank use rose a third during the pandemic with a record 2.5 million emergency food parcels handed out; Food bank use rose a third during the coronavirus pandemic, according to the Trussell Trust, which distributed a record 2.5 million parcels across the UK. Apr 21, 2021 578
Katrina Reeves: Concerns growing for 'extremely vulnerable' woman missing in Glasgow; The family of a Glasgow woman reported missing are becoming increasingly concerned. Apr 21, 2021 156
Boris Johnson: 'I make absolutely no apology at all' over Dyson texts says PM; Boris Johnson made "absolutely no apology at all" for text message exchanges about businessman Sir James Dyson's concerns about the tax status of his employees, amid claims of "sleaze and cronyism" in his Government. Apr 21, 2021 1021
Blairdardie Road: Couple treated for serious injuries after being attacked in front of their children; A couple have been treated for serious head and back injuries after being attacked in front of their children in Glasgow. Apr 20, 2021 343
Aberdeen woman suffers permanent impairment after being hit by a falling couch; A woman seriously injured by a sofa dropped from a roof has said she suffers pain every day and cannot work after having a metal plate fitted in her spine. Apr 20, 2021 305
Coronavirus in Scotland: When can swimming pools open in Scotland? What are the rules? The Scottish Government has announced the next step in the route out of lockdown, with shops, outdoor hospitality and gyms reopening. Apr 20, 2021 321
George Floyd verdict: Jury finds police officer Derek Chauvin guilty; The jury has reached a verdict at the murder trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin in the death of George Floyd. Apr 20, 2021 411
Police in Northern Ireland blame the New IRA for planting a bomb at a police officer's car beside where her three-year-old daughter sits; Police have blamed the New IRA for planting a bomb at a police officer's car beside where her three-year-old daughter sits. Apr 20, 2021 648
West Bridge Street: Emergency services close road after two vehicle crash in Falkirk; A road has been closed in Falkirk after a crash. Apr 19, 2021 155
A76: 14-year-old taken to hospital with serious injuries after being hit by a car in Dumfries; A teenager is being treated for serious injuries after being hit by an Audi on the A76. Apr 19, 2021 296

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