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£2.6bn offshore windfarm will bring £530m to Scottish economy, research says

Research into a £2.6 billion offshore windfarm in Moray estimates it will bring £530 million to the Scottish economy.

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Two men arrested in connection with death of Euan Johnston

Two men have been arrested and are being held in police custody in connection with the death of Euan Johnston.

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Man arrested over alleged serious assault in Glasgow

A man has been arrested and is being held in police custody in connection with an alleged serious assault in Glasgow.

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Veterans' centre handed £90,000 Big Lottery Fund grant

Scottish veterans returning to civilian life are in line to share part of a £4.5 million National Lottery grant.

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£1bn City Deal to create 21,000 jobs in Edinburgh region

A City Deal worth around £1 billion which will see thousands of jobs created in and around Edinburgh has been signed in the capital today.

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Man recalls mother's death in Snowman Rally crash tragedy

The son of a woman who was killed in a rally car accident has told an inquiry they were moving to a safer spot when the crash happened.

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Fallon cuts steel for first of 'formidable' new Clyde-built frigates

Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon has cut the steel for the first of a "formidable" new fleet of frigates that will form the backbone of the Royal Navy in the coming decades.

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Under-fire police control room criticised over vulnerable man's death

Fresh failings have been raised at a criticised police control room over the handling of reports of concern for a vulnerable man who was later found dead.

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Aberdeen fans attacked in Bosnia ahead of Europa League qualifier

A group of Aberdeen supporters have been attacked in Bosnia before a Europa League qualifying match.

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Most adults 'would blame themselves if intimate images were widely shared'

More than half of Scots think it would be their own fault if an intimate photo of themselves is shared more widely after they have sent it on to someone else.

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UK Government 'to respect devolution agreement' after powers return from EU

The UK Government intends to respect "the spirit and the letter" of the devolution settlement as powers are returned from the EU under Brexit, the First Secretary of State has said.

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28-year-old killed in A77 crash named by police

A man who died following a road crash near Girvan has been named by police.

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Views sought on improving road works quality in Scotland

A public consultation on proposals to improve the quality of road works has been launched by the Scottish Government.

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National survey on how Scottish football is run seeks fans' views

Supporters are being asked for their views on the governance of Scottish football to form an independent analysis of how the game is run.

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Parkinson's 'costing affected households £257 a week'

Thousands of people in Scotland affected by Parkinson's have to live with financial losses of more than £13,000 a year, according to researchers.

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Economic growth forecast but businesses wary of long-term threats, report warns

The Scottish economy will continue to grow this year but there are warnings about the potential challenges ahead, a new report has indicated.

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Link between MRSA and prescription drug debunked by Scots scientists

Prescriptions of the antibiotic methicillin were not responsible for the emergence of the MRSA superbug, a study has found.

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Scots asked for ideas to help Dundee's European Capital of Culture 2023 bid

Members of the public are being urged to contribute to Dundee's European Capital of Culture 2023 bid by submitting ideas for the programme.

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Six buildings shortlisted for 2017 RIBA Stirling Prize

A block of flats with wicker balconies, a dockyard redevelopment, photography studio and a new college campus are among those in the running to be named the UK's best new building.

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Scottish and Welsh ministers in formal dispute with Tories over £1bn DUP deal

The Scottish and Welsh governments have begun a formal dispute with Westminster over the Tories' £1 billion deal with the Democratic Unionist Party.

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