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Police arrest man in Gleneagles armed robbery inquiry

A man has been arrested over an armed robbery at Gleneagles Hotel.

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Search launched for Aberdeen woman thought to have gone to beach at night

A major land, sea and air search has been launched in an effort to find a missing woman understood to have gone to a beach at night.

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Man saw rally spectator collapse after crash, fatal accident inquiry told

An inquiry has heard of the moment a rally spectator saw a man collapse following a crash which left three people dead.

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Environment body objects to Trump company's plans for new golf course

The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) has objected to plans by Donald Trump's company for a second golf course in Aberdeenshire.

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Britain's smallest school to shut as sole pupil Teigan moves on

The smallest school in Britain is to close after its only pupil moves to a secondary school on Mainland Orkney.

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Police condemn 'mindless' vandals for trashing school

"Mindless" youths with alcohol broke into a school and trashed it, breaking furniture and smashing bottles.

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ScotRail exceeding improvement plan targets

ScotRail is performing above targets set to improve performance after a series of disruptions and upgrades.

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Police Scotland 'leadership gap' warning issued by former justice secretary

A "leadership gap" is appearing in Scotland's police force, according to former justice secretary Kenny MacAskill.

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Labour slams 'downright reckless' planes move amid Nato allies defence support

Britain is reliant on "the goodwill of others" to keep the country safe, Labour has claimed, as figures revealed that Nato allies deployed nearly 40 aircraft to RAF Lossiemouth last year.

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£10m whisky distillery to be built in heart of Glasgow

A new £10 million whisky distillery, visitor centre and restaurant is to be built on the banks of the River Clyde.

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Bland joins Dull and Boring in 'League of Extraordinary Communities'

The paired communities of Dull and Boring have been joined by another unfortunately-named place as the Australian region Bland joins "the League of Extraordinary Communities".

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Health and social care integration underfunded, MSPs warned

The integration of health and social care is underfunded and lacks a long-term financial strategy, a Holyrood committee has been told.

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Man, 23, seriously injured after being crushed by lorry

A man has been seriously injured after being crushed by a lorry at an industrial estate in West Lothian.

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PCS union calls on birthday boy Derek Mackay to 'share the cake' in pay row

Civil service staff will hand-deliver a birthday card to a Holyrood minister on Friday as part of row over pay.

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Man, 73, punched in face in Edinburgh in 'unprovoked attack'

An elderly man has suffered a serious facial injury in an "unprovoked attack" in Edinburgh.

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Survey finds 59% of firms lack confidence in finding high-skilled workers

More than half of Scottish businesses lack confidence in being able to find high-skilled workers needed in the future, according to new research.

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Princess Royal to open Harris Tweed Hebrides mill extension

The Princess Royal will officially open a new extension to the Harris Tweed mill when she visits the famous fabric's island home.

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Ministers face EC fine on farming payments as deadline extension rejected

The Scottish Government faces being fined for its failure to make farm subsidy payments on time after European Commission (EC) bosses refused to extend the deadline for ministers.

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NHS workforce planning needs improved to meet future demand, report warns

The Scottish Government needs to urgently improve workforce planning for the NHS if the health service is to have sufficient staff to meet future demands, public spending watchdogs have warned.

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Migration assessment will look at different needs across UK - Amber Rudd

A major assessment of migration from the European Union (EU) to help develop the post-Brexit immigration system will take into account different needs across the UK, the Home Secretary has said.

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