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Nicola Sturgeon is to visit the US to promote Scottish skills and expertise to the North American business community.
Scotland outperformed the rest of the UK last year with an annual increase of more than 15% in visitors to its attractions, new figures show.
The highest UK temperature for 2017 was recorded in Aviemore yesterday as the north and north east basked in glorious spring sunshine.
The family of a missing teenager reported to have fallen off a cliff have been informed after a body was discovered on a beach.
A man has been found dead in a Glasgow street.
Two police officers have been injured after their police car smashed into a streetlight following a collision with another car.
Mental health services for children and young people could be pushed further down the Scottish Government's priority list by plans for a second independence referendum, Labour has warned.
A woman has died following a care home fire in Glasgow.
Changes to housing benefit will put more young people in Scotland at risk of homelessness, a Scottish cabinet minister has said.
The Justice Secretary has been warned of a "self-harm epidemic" in Scotland's prisons after incidents jumped 70% in three years.
Police have appealed for witnesses after a woman was attacked in her Edinburgh home by two men, one with a knife.
A teenager who was reported missing has been traced safe and well in Fife.
Police have arrested 10 people after a fascist protest in Edinburgh.
A charity has welcomed Nicola Sturgeon's commitment to a review of children whose referrals to mental health services were rejected.
A strong warning has been issued over the increased risk of wildfire across most parts of Scotland over the next few days.
A Royal Navy helicopter pilot has paid a flying visit to his former aircraft to see its transformation into an unusual holiday home.
A former youth football scout has been arrested by police investigating allegations of historical abuse in the sport.
An elderly man has died after his car came off the road and crashed into a wall.
A search team trawling a landfill site in the investigation into missing RAF gunner Corrie McKeague has been through more than 845 tonnes of waste.
Days after an eight-year-old girl wrote a letter to her local council accusing it of "forgetting" her disabled twin brother when it installed new park equipment, a suitable swing has been put in place.
The Scottish Government is to fund three cycles of NHS IVF treatment for eligible couples trying to start a family - more than is available in some parts of England and Wales.
Nicola Sturgeon has backed her Environment Secretary Roseanna Cunningham following chaotic scenes as a Holyrood independence debate was stopped because of the London terror attacks.
Aberdeen's two MPs have spoken of their shock and sadness in the wake of the Westminster attack and expressed their thanks to all those who help protect them.
A defiant Theresa May led tributes to murdered police officer Keith Palmer yesterday, hailing him "every inch a hero" whose actions would never be forgotten.
Anti-slavery campaigner William Wilberforce has been "brought back to life" by 3D technology in his home city, 210 years after the passing of the slave trade abolition legislation he championed.
Scottish faith leaders have condemned the terrorist attack in London as flags flew at half-mast across the country.
The producers of Edinburgh's Hogmanay celebrations for the last 24 years have voiced their disappointment after losing the contract to stage the world-renowned festival.
The wife of cyclist Sir Chris Hoy has told how the shock experience of giving birth to a premature baby has propelled her into a key charity role.
A pilot who admitted preparing to fly a passenger jet while more than double the legal alcohol limit has been jailed for 10 months.
A watchdog is to investigate the response of police officers following the death of a 32-year-old man in Glasgow.
A restaurant is backing a drive to raise funds for epilepsy research by serving customers purple food.
The Scottish Government could struggle to recruit the skilled staff needed to implement new financial powers, according to a report.