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Broadcasting regulator investigating The Alex Salmond Show on RT

Broadcasting regulator Ofcom is investigating Alex Salmond's RT programme.

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Thermometer named baby box's most useful item in survey

A thermometer has proven to be the most useful item included in the Scottish Government's flagship baby box.

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Rohingya people are victims of 'crimes against humanity', Sciaf director says

The head of a UK aid charity has said the Rohingya people are victims of "crimes against humanity".

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Nine posts cut at military rocket range in the Outer Hebrides

Jobs have been cut at a military rocket range in the Outer Hebrides, with potential for more losses.

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Queensferry Crossing speed limit to increase to 70mph as latest works completed

Motorists using the Queensferry Crossing are now set to be able to drive at 70mph, after a series of works have been completed.

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Body washed ashore on Skye confirmed as missing fisherman

A body washed ashore on the Isle of Skye has been confirmed as that of a missing fisherman.

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Woman attacked in own home after man forces entry in robbery

A woman has been attacked and robbed during a "frightening ordeal" in her own home.

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Scottish Budget tax plans 'only sufficient to soften cuts for one year'

Income tax increases proposed in the draft Scottish Budget will only provide relief from public spending cuts for one year, according to a cross-party think tank .

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Scottish property sales top £5bn in third quarter

Scottish property sales topped £5 billion in the third quarter of the year taking average house prices in two areas over £250,000 for the first time, a study has found.

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Two people die and three others in hospital after fire at luxury hotel

Two people have died and three others are being treated in hospital after a fire broke out at the luxury Cameron House hotel on the banks of Loch Lomond.

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Blue badge scheme extended to cover some carers and relatives

The blue badge disabled parking scheme has been permanently extended to cover carers and relatives of people with conditions such as dementia, autism and Down's Syndrome.

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Man charged after dozens of lambs killed by dogs in sheep worrying attack

Almost 40 lambs have been killed in an alleged sheep worrying incident in Aberdeenshire.

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Scotland meets target to house 2,000 Syrian refugees three years early

Scotland has met a target to provide homes for 2,000 Syrian refugees three years ahead of schedule.

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Four in hospital after hotel on banks of Loch Lomond hit by fire

Four people are being treated in hospital after a fire broke out at a five-star hotel on the banks of Loch Lomond.

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'Milestone' ovarian cancer pill treatment licensed for use in UK

A "milestone" pill treatment that holds back ovarian cancer and has the potential to prolong life has been launched in the UK.

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Child abuse helpline referred 265 to Police Scotland in last year

A child abuse helpline referred more than 250 calls to police in Scotland over the last year.

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Glasgow theatre awarded £4.8m grant for 'transformational redevelopment'

A theatre company in Glasgow has received a £4.8 million grant to preserve their landmark venue.

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Vince Cable: SNP MPs must 'show some backbone' and back Brexit Bill amendment

SNP MPs must "show some backbone" and back an amendment to the Government's Brexit Bill that would allow for a second referendum to be held, Liberal Democrat leader Vince Cable has said.

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Theresa May urged to stop RBS shutting 62 branches around UK

The SNP's Westminster leader has urged Prime Minister Theresa May to prevent RBS from closing 62 branches across the UK.

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Two climbers rescued 600ft up Cairngorms mountain

Two climbers have been rescued from a Cairngorms mountain after becoming stuck 600ft from the ground.

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