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University of St Andrews campus plans to create 500 jobs

University chiefs have unveiled campus development plans which could see 500 jobs being created in Fife.

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Man in court over Dundee deaths

A man has appeared in court charged with the murder of a man and a woman in Dundee.

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Selkirk flood protection scheme opened

A £31.4 million flood protection scheme in the Scottish Borders has been officially opened.

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Man appears in court charged with fraud

A man has appeared at Dundee Sheriff Court charged with fraud.

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Man dies in high-speed train accident in Vienna

A man from Edinburgh has died after he was hit by a high-speed train in Austria.

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Man in court over murder of missing pensioner

A man has appeared in court charged with the murder of a missing pensioner.

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Police Scotland to 'do more with fewer people'

Police Scotland aims to "do more with fewer people" under strategic plans for the next decade.

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Man charged over death of young man found in Glasgow street

A man has been charged with the murder of a 20-year-old man in the north of Glasgow.

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May 'fears fresh Scottish independence referendum after Brexit triggered'

Theresa May reportedly fears the Scottish government will call another independence referendum around the same time she triggers the formal Brexit process under Article 50 next month.

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Lorry driver cleared over death of art designer and cyclist Moira Gemmill

A lorry driver has been acquitted of killing a renowned art designer by his careless driving.

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Flight safety warning issued as Glasgow Airport laser attacks almost double

Laser attacks at Glasgow Airport have almost doubled in a year, posing a "real threat to flight safety", a pilots' association has warned.

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Man, 45, faces £120,000 'romance fraud' charges

A man has been charged in connection with a £120,000 romance fraud and money laundering, police have said.

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Patients encouraged to get more involved in healthcare decisions

Patients are being encouraged to get more involved in healthcare decisions to avoid unnecessary treatments .

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Charmaine cleared for departure after 44 years in cabin crew career

One of the UK's longest-serving cabin crew has flown her final flight after a career spanning more than 44 years.

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Faslane development will benefit wider community - David Mundell

The billion-pound development of HM Naval Base Clyde will be a catalyst for growth and regeneration in the wider community, Scottish Secretary David Mundell has said.

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Swinney urges expert panel to 'challenge' ministers on school reforms

An expert panel set to help improve Scotland's schools must "challenge" ministers to come up with "robust" reforms, Education Secretary John Swinney said.

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Police launch murder probe after man found dead in house

Police have launched a murder probe after a man was found dead at a house in Renfrewshire.

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Committee calls for views on 'ambitious' plans to tackle child poverty

A Holyrood committee is calling for people to give their views on "ambitious" Scottish Government plans to tackle child poverty.

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New drivers get advice from emergency services amid road safety push

Hard-hitting presentations will be given to new and learner drivers under a fresh scheme to promote road safety.

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Mary's Meals expands school feeding programme into Syria

A Scottish charity has expanded its school feeding programme into Syria to help youngsters rebuild their lives following years of civil war.

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