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A surgeon jailed for carrying out unnecessary breast operations on 10 patients has been struck off.
A woman is in a critical condition in hospital after being rescued from a house fire in West Dunbartonshire.
The NHS in Scotland has met an accident-and-emergency (A&E) waiting-times target for the third week since the start of June, new figures have revealed.
The number of patients given a cancer diagnosis at the earliest stage has increased slightly but remains below standard, according to new figures.
There has been a 14% increase in the number of crisis grants handed out to struggling Scots to pay for basics such as food and heating.
Bottles of rare malt whisky now fetch £286 on average at auction as the market continues to grow.
Medical leaders have warned closure of "redundant" facilities is "essential" if NHS Scotland is to make the best use of resources.
Passenger satisfaction with train operator ScotRail has equalled a record high in an independent survey.
Trains between Glasgow and Edinburgh have been disrupted by cattle wandering on to part of the rail line.
School pupils with mental health issues are being "left in limbo" by a lack of specialist staff, according to a children's charity.
New Pictish remains have been discovered at a fort thought to have been largely destroyed by a 19th-century development.
Union workers at a Chivas bottling plant are to strike in a dispute over pay.
A surgeon jailed for 15 years for carrying out a raft of needless breast operations had betrayed the best interests of his patients, a medical tribunal has heard.
A man has been left with serious head injuries after a "violent and frightening attack" near a train station in Edinburgh.
The SNP has called on Scottish Labour to confirm their position on the single market after the Welsh First Minister appeared to contradict comments made by UK party leader Jeremy Corbyn.
A man who was murdered in a "violent" attack in Renfrewshire has been named.
Scottish pupils are lagging behind other UK nations when it comes to improvements in reading, a new study has indicated.
More than £45 million is to go to schools in Scotland's most deprived areas to help close the gap in attainment in 2017/18.
An 18-year-old man who died following a serious one-car crash in Perth and Kinross has been named by police.
Britain's weather will be an "unsettled regime" of rain and wind, mixed with bursts of sunshine, for at least the rest of the month, according to the Met Office.
A woman reported missing from Angus has been found safe and well.
An eight-year-old girl who died after getting trapped under falling logs has been named.
Wind power output has helped set a new record for the first half of the year, according to an independent conservation group.
The number of childcare providers in Scotland has fallen to a new low, according to Labour.
Employers' confidence in the Scottish construction industry has been affected by fears over future work prospects, according to analysis by industry experts.
More than 400,000 older people in Scotland believe they have been targeted by scammers, according to research for a charity for the elderly.
Revenue chiefs have urged parents and guardians in Scotland to renew their tax credits or risk having their payments stopped.
Still Game star Sanjeev Kohli has urged people to "get in amongst it" and apply to become a Glasgow 2018 European Championships volunteer.
Two sailing dinghies have been found by coastguard and emergency services after they were reported missing in Ayrshire.
An injured hillwalker crawled for hours before being rescued from one of the remotest parts of the UK.
Changes making it easier for gay and bisexual men to give blood have been announced by the Scottish Government.
Firefighters have been called out to help more than 150 overweight people since 2013, prompting calls from the Scottish Liberal Democrats for early intervention to tackle obesity.