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About 2,600 training places for nurses and midwives will be created over the next four years, the Scottish Government has announced.
BT received the most customer complaints for its broadband and pay TV services, according to a quarterly table by regulator Ofcom.
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A new "soft opt-out" system for organ donation is to be introduced in Scotland, the public health minister has announced.
Four arrests have been made as part of an investigation into computer software service fraud, thought to cost hundreds of millions of pounds worldwide.
Passengers at Edinburgh Airport are facing delays after a power cut plunged the terminal into darkness.
Doctors have accused the Scottish Government of "simply ignoring a major risk to the health service" by failing to deal with staff shortages in the NHS, the chair of the British Medical Association (BMA) in Scotland is set to claim.
Operations at a terminal at India's busiest container port have been stalled by the malicious software that has crippled computers globally, an official said.
Miranda Doyle faces up to some of the ghosts in her family's past and a difficult childhood in a witty and engaging memoir.
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Skirt steak is one of the most flavourful cuts of beef, and even though it's one of the tougher cuts, with a lot of connective tissue, it's still a great steak for grilling.
A local social care charity has been presented with two prestigious awards within one week.
Pupils from St. Margaret's School for Girls in Aberdeen have successfully completed a string of overseas concerts, which took them to the Polish city of Krakow .
Pupils at an Aberdeen primary school unveiled a unique tribute to their outgoing reading patron.
GP services are on the "brink of collapse", a leading doctor has said as it emerged that a "record" number of practices closed last year.
Well-wishers are continuing to donate to a fund set up by a couple who want to take their terminally ill baby son to the United States for treatment even though hopes have been dashed.
Widespread disruption has hit organisations across the world in the second major cyber attack to strike in as many months.
More social care cuts will hit elderly and disabled people due to a funding shortfall, leaders of adult social services have said.
Facebook has reached another milestone, announcing that it now has more than two billion users.
Facebook now has more than two billion monthly active users, the social network has revealed.
A couple who want to take their terminally ill baby son to the United States for treatment have lost a fight in the European Court of Human Rights after exhausting all legal options in the UK.
Purple rice with the potential to combat cancer and heart disease has been developed by scientists testing a new advance in genetic engineering.
A raft of organisations including big business and government offices in eastern Europe have been hit by a worldwide cyber attack.
Rupert Murdoch's £11.7 billion bid to take full control of Sky has been given the green light by regulators in Ireland, leaving the UK's decision as the last remaining hurdle for the deal.
A new and highly virulent outbreak of malicious data-scrambling software appears to be causing mass disruption across Europe, hitting Ukraine especially hard.
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Abortion should be decriminalised, medics at the British Medical Association (BMA) have said.
The RAF could carry out air strikes in response to cyber attacks aimed at Britain, Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon warned potential hackers.
Health Secretary Shona Robison has promised bereaved families that improvements will be made following a review into adverse events at a maternity unit where some babies died.
Cancer charities have called for urgent progress on waiting-times as new figures reveal key targets have been missed again.
Google has been slapped with a record fine of 2.42 billion euros (£2.1 billion) by Europe's competition watchdog after breaching antitrust rules with its online shopping service.
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