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Photo Neil Cross Fire brigade and police are trying to trace arsonists who are causing problems in the Plungington area Members of the public could be the key in helping to identify arsonists who have plagued a part of Preston.
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Derek Braid took this photo of the annual 'crane-in' of yachts, fishing boats and the Bass Rock trip boat Sula II at North Berwick harbour.
As part of a series of conversations with high-profile women in the independence debate, Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson speaks to the BBC's Marianne Taylor about politics, the importance of family, her hopes for the future and what makes her angry.
An unidentified 20-year-old man has been found murdered in Kirk Ness in East Lothian, Scotland, but the murderer will not likely be found.
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Fiona O'Donnell MP has become a patron of Malaria No More UK, the charity that supports the fight against one of the world's most deadly yet preventable diseases.
IT IS thought that the canaries could have escaped from an open window in their home as they appeared to be in good condition despite their adventure.
A spaniel owner is warning fellow dog walkers to be vigilant after his pet suffered life-threatening injuries during an attack.
Queen Elizabeth II's 88th birthday was marked in the U.K. on Monday with traditional gun salutes and the unveiling of a new portrait .
A much-used footpath in Queensferry is set to be closed after City of Edinburgh Council deemed it too dangerous to remain open.
A new pathway spanning the breadth of central Scotland is expected to generate 40 million for communities along the way, according to the First Minister.
LAUREN McDonald was hit in the face with a glass and stabbed in the forehead with a stiletto on a night out in Glasgow.
Martin John Fisher, of Bristol Avenue, Farington, Leyland, is accused of unlawfully and maliciously causing grievous bodily harm to David Hodgkinson.
IF YOU dig the retro Laurel Canyon vibe that is very much in vogue at the moment, you will want to catch quartet Wildflowers, who play Glasgow's Nice'n'Sleazy on Saturday as the only Scottish date of their short tour.
Scotland's first chocolate factory aroused suspicion at the outbreak of World War One.
A new stance, for six taxis, will be situated in Eskbank Road, Dalkeith, ahead of the opening of a nearby Morrison's store.