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The cremated remains of babies were secretly buried after parents were led to believe there would be no ashes to scatter, it has emerged.Read
A legal measure needed to ensure that the Scottish Parliament can hold the independence referendum has been agreed by MSPs.Read
Health Secretary Alex Neil has pledged to deal with NHS boards that fiddle their waiting times figures amid concerns that the practice has spread beyond just one board.Read
The security firm which transfers prisoners to courts in Scotland has been late on nearly 22,000 occasions since taking over the contract at the start of the year.Read
Firefighters are to be studied in an attempt to understand how the heart is affected by their type of work.Read
Young people have met leading politicians to discuss how they can be supported into work.Read
Human remains have been discovered at a building site in Irvine.Read
The power struggle over governance of certain administrative functions in the new single police force has been 95% resolved, the Justice Secretary has said.Read
An extra £331 million will be available to the Scottish Government as a result of decisions by the Chancellor in his autumn statement.Read
A man's body has been found in a block of city flats.Read
Having an extrovert personality could help you live longer, an international study of gorilla behaviour suggests.Read
An investigation is under way to establish why rates of conception at an NHS fertility treatment unit are falling, which has seen patients transferred to a private hospital.Read
Snow forecast for across Scotland during the night may significantly disrupt Thursday's rush-hour traffic.Read
The body of a man missing for almost six weeks has been pulled from a river.Read
The number of households is predicted to rise by almost a quarter over the next 25 years, new figures for Scotland show.Read
The amount spent on legal aid for civil cases rose by almost a fifth last year, even though the number brought before the courts fell, statistics show.Read
North Sea oil production is expected to rise over the next few years before declining briskly, according to a report on the sector.Read
Young people are to tell leading politicians how they can be supported into work during a jobs event.Read
The legal power giving Holyrood responsibility to stage the independence referendum is expected to be endorsed.Read
An elderly woman has died in a collision with a car near a hospital.Read
The number of youngsters contacting ChildLine in Scotland about self-harming has increased by almost 90% in the space of a year.Read
Leaders of the three devolved administrations have made a fresh plea to Chancellor George Osborne for more capital investment cash.Read
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