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Health board under fire over daily £1,500 overtime bill for hotel doctor

Anger over consultants paid £1,500 a night to stay in hotel

Chief Constable Stephen House

Pressure mounts on Government to take action on Police Scotland

Daughter of Clutha victim slams Emmerdale helicopter crash story

Daughter of Clutha victim slams Emmerdale helicopter crash story

Osborne risks wrath of public sector staff as he asks for their help in implementing cuts

Osborne risks wrath of public sector staff as he asks for their help in implementing cuts

Kezia Dugdale calls for House of Lords replacement to be based in Glasgow

Kezia Dugdale calls for House of Lords replacement to be based in Glasgow

Patient hit by cancellations finds his health has gone downhill.

Patient hit by cancellations finds his health has gone downhill.

The introduction of tuition fees for students from the rest of the UK studying at Scottish universities has introduced a lucrative new income stream for the sector.

New threat to Scottish universities £140m fee income

Emergency summit called as Scottish fish exports hit by Calais chaos

Emergency summit called as Scottish fish exports hit by Calais chaos

The New Abellio ScotRail franchise was launched by Abellio chief executive Jeff Hoogesteger and Transport Minister Derek Mackay MSP in April

MSPs urge Scotrail to help improve passenger experiences

Giant spider on M8 near Edinburgh

Giant spider on M8 near Edinburgh

Alison MacDonald who went missing in India in 1981

Father "encouraged" by response to appeal over daughter's disappearance in 1981

At last: Red Road to be demolished this autumn

At last: Red Road to be demolished this autumn

Women to the fore on Creative Scotland board

Caledonian Challenge fundraiser nears magic total

Caledonian Challenge fundraiser nears magic total

Scots told to take vitamin D supplements

Scots told to take vitamin D supplements

Cilla Black dies aged 72

Tributes pour in for Cilla Black who has died aged 72

Michelle Mone blocks "small minded" users on Twitter following reports she is to made a Conservative peer

Michelle Mone blocks "small minded" users on Twitter following reports she is to made a peer

Rail line closed as freight trains collide in Ayrshire

Rail line closed as freight trains collide in Ayrshire

SNP members set to call for u-turn on underground coal burning

SNP members set to call for u-turn on underground coal burning

Stirlinig - October 10: Chief Constable of Police Scotland Stephen House poses for a picture at Police HQ October 10, 2013 in Stirling.  (Photo by Mark Mainz) (33876542)

Revealed: Police Scotland did break law on spying on journalists

RBS lawyers fail in attempt to distance themselves from Fred Goodwin as trial approaches

RBS lawyers fail in attempt to distance themselves from Fred Goodwin as trial approaches

Racist backlash against help for refugees in Kent

Racist backlash against help for refugees in Kent

Former shadow chancellor Ed Balls

Ed Balls rejected jungle TV show offer

Judy Murray enjoys chieftain role at Highland games

Judy Murray enjoys chieftain role at Highland games

File photo dated 28/06/15 of Jeremy Corbyn, who is on course to take Labour's top job after storming 20 points ahead of his rivals, according to private polling. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Wednesday July 29, 2015. The backbencher is poised to to

Corbyn plea for unity as Labour rift deepens

Planning permission was granted today to go ahead with the gold mine near Tyndrum in rural Stirlingshire.  The announcement was made at a packed Crianlarich Village Hall full of locals, councillors, members of ScotGold, investers, Loch Lomond and Trossach

National park under fire for ‘cover-up’ of shares in £200m gold mine

Boy, 14, seriously hurt in crash on stolen motorbike

Boy, 14, seriously hurt in crash on stolen motorbike

80 year old man fighting for his life after being hit by a bus in Glasgow

80 year old man fighting for his life after being hit by a bus in Glasgow

Knife attack on man, 21, treated as attempted murder

Knife attack on man, 21, treated as attempted murder

Questions over how bin Laden family plane crashed in "near perfect" conditions

Questions over how bin Laden family plane crashed in "near perfect" conditions

Vandals end hitch-hiking robot's trek across the USA

Vandals end hitch-hiking robot's trek across the USA

epa04868599 An undated handout picture released on 01 August 2015 by the Taliban militants showing Mullah Muhammad Akhtar Mansoor, the newly appointed leader of Afghan Talibans after the death of Mullah Muhammad Omar. The Afghan Taliban on 30 July 2015 sa

New Taliban leader could take peace talks to next crucial stage

Picture Nick Ponty 30/7/15 
Max Flores who is  a trader of bitcoins (33872990)

Bitcoin trader has cash 'wrongly' seized by police

Concerns over world's disappearing wildlife

Concerns over world's disappearing wildlife

Hundreds join balloon party outside parliament to protest against legal crackdown on "hippy crack"

Hundreds join balloon party outside parliament to protest against legal crackdown on "hippy crack"

A foreign TV cameraman works near the Jamaique beach in Saint-Denis on the French Indian Ocean island of La Reunion, August 2, 2015. More pieces of metal debris found washed up on Reunion were taken into police custody on Sunday morning but it is too earl

Malaysia says airplane debris found on Reunion is part of Boeing 777

When I first got to the Jungle, I thought to myself: ‘Is this really Europe?'Inside Calais' refugee shanty-towns

Bitcoin: the currency of choice for criminals?

Two soldiers killed, 31 wounded in PKK suicide attack in east Turkey

Two soldiers killed, 31 wounded in PKK suicide attack in east Turkey

Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attends the weekly cabinet meeting at his office in Jerusalem August 2, 2015. REUTERS/Gali Tibbon/Pool. (33881680)

Israeli teen dies of injuries from stabbing at Gay Pride parade

epaselect epa04867746 People walk through a flooded road at downtown area of Yangon, Myanmar, 31 July 2015. Heavy monsoon rains caused floods around Myanmar with dozens deaths being reported as thousands are fleeing their homes in several states and divis

President declares state of emergency over Burma floods

Mullah Omar's family does not endorse new Taliban leader-statement

Men row boats on the flooded street in Kalay township at Sagaing division August 2, 2015. Storms and floods have so far killed 21 people, with water levels as high as 2.5 metres in Sagaing and 4.5 metres in western Rakhine state, according to the governme

Myanmar leader goes to disaster zones as floods batter countryside

Scottish zoologist who studied Cecil the lion reveals outrage at illegal killing

March for Independence 1 SA : March for Independence from Kelvingrove Park to Glasgow Green.

Picture by Stewart Attwood

Picture by Stewart Attwood (33876481)

March for independence

Kerry: US and Egypt have returned to "stronger base" in relationship

Kerry: US and Egypt have returned to "stronger base" in relationship

Tension rises in West Bank following arson attack

Tension rises in West Bank following arson attack

SNP Government accused of delaying crime stats for political reasons

Jolie tours Burma to see plight of women workers

Jolie tours Burma to see plight of women workers

"Devious" former bankrupt reported to fiscal

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