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Speeder jailed for killing two women
A speeding driver who killed two women on a pedestrian crossing is jailed for nearly five years and banned from driving for a decade. (Read More...)
Waste-burning power plant goes ahead
A £177m facility that will burn rubbish to produce energy capable of powering 40,000 homes is to be built in East Lothian (Read More...)
Body of woman, 80, found on beach
The body of an 80-year-old woman is found on a beach in Fife. (Read More...)
Man jailed for pub brawl murder bid
A man who left another man close to death after a pub brawl is jailed for eight years. (Read More...)
Thief sought for knifepoint robbery
A thief who held up an Edinburgh newsagent with a knife before stealing all the money in the till is being sought by police. (Read More...)
Square named after WW1 battalion
An Edinburgh square has been named in honour of football players and supporters who served in the first of the Sporting Battalions of WW1. (Read More...)
City hotel revenues lifted by Games
Glasgow hotels saw revenues soar as a result of the Commonwealth Games, according to a survey by business advisers BDO. (Read More...)
Brodies wins top UK law firm award
Edinburgh-based Brodies has been named UK Law Firm of the Year at the British Legal Awards in London. (Read More...)
Shop fitter issues profits warning
Fife-based shop and office fitting firm Havelock Europa issues a profits warning after a number of customers defer orders. (Read More...)
Labour win in Midlothian by-election
Labour candidate Kenny Young wins Midlothian East council ward by-election. (Read More...)
Amey wins tender to maintain bridges
Construction firm Amey LG wins a tender to manage and maintain the Forth Road Bridge and the new Queensferry Crossing. (Read More...)
Trust opposes peat extraction plans
The Scottish Wildlife Trust is opposing plans for commercial peat extraction in Fife (Read More...)
The List to become a free title
Entertainment magazine The List is to become a free title with an increased print run from next year (Read More...)
Mum speaks ahead of crash memorial
A mother who lost her son in an East Lothian car crash speaks of her continued heartbreak (Read More...)
Top flight misses trio - Griffiths
Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths says the Scottish Premiership is not as good without Hearts, Rangers and Hibernian. (Read More...)
Zebre v Edinburgh (Sat)
Edinburgh make two changes to their starting line-up for Saturday's Pro12 match against Zebre in Parma. (Read More...)
Alloa Athletic v Hibernian
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Scottish Cup game between Alloa Athletic and Hibernian. (Read More...)
Stranraer v Dunfermline Athletic
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Scottish Cup game between Stranraer and Dunfermline Athletic. (Read More...)
Stirling Albion v Raith Rovers
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Scottish Cup game between Stirling Albion and Raith Rovers. (Read More...)
Falkirk v Cowdenbeath
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Scottish Cup game between Falkirk and Cowdenbeath. (Read More...)
Spartans FC v Greenock Morton
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Scottish Cup game between Spartans FC and Greenock Morton. (Read More...)
Year the streets of Raith truly danced
Richard Wilson catches up with Raith Rovers players on the anniversary of their famous League Cup win over Celtic. (Read More...)
The Hearts players who went to war
Tom English looks at the BBC's interactive drama 'Footballers United' about the Scottish players who fought in World War One. (Read More...)
Promotion 'not a Hearts necessity'
Missing out on promotion this season would not be a total failure, Hearts owner Ann Budge tells BBC Scotland. (Read More...)
VIDEO: Better East Coast line promise
Passengers travelling to London from Scotland on the East Coast Mainline are being promised shorter journey times and a more reliable service. (Read More...)
VIDEO: Edinburgh's silence for Armistice Day
A two-minute silence is observed in Edinburgh before the piper's lament to mark the anniversary of the World War One armistice. (Read More...)
Parliament denies owning visitor bees
Officials deny owning a swarm of bees that attached to the Scottish Parliament's former visitors' entrance in Edinburgh. (Read More...)


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