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Cladding similar to Grenfell Tower found in dozens of Glasgow high rise blocks

Dozens of high rise developments in Glasgow have cladding similar to that used on Grenfell Tower, it has been confirmed.

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Theresa May must keep UK in the single market, Scotland's Brexit Minister says

Scotland's Brexit Minister has urged Theresa May to keep the UK in the "world's most lucrative marketplace" - the European single market.

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Faslane naval base could be threatened by rising sea levels, report warns

Rising sea levels could pose a threat to the naval base which houses the UK's Trident submarines, a new report has warned.

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Airport seeks to reunite lost teddies with their owners

An airport has launched an appeal to reunite young passengers with hundreds of teddies left behind on their travels.

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Dementia researchers launch app to help enhance home and hospital environments

A new app could help enhance home and hospital environments for elderly people and those with dementia, by asking them to give feedback on their surroundings.

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Ex-first minister to launch campaign for planning changes

Former first minister Henry McLeish is to launch a new alliance aimed at improving the Scottish planning system.

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MSPs back move to criminalise psychological abuse

Changes to domestic abuse law which would criminalise emotional and psychological abuse have been backed unanimously by a committee of MSPs.

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Stirling to host first Festival of Volunteering

A festival of volunteering is being launched in Stirling to encourage people to donate their time to good causes.

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Premature babies facing care postcode lottery - report

Poorly babies face a postcode lottery on whether they receive important aspects of care, a new report suggests.

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David Mundell: Scottish Government needs to get serious on Brexit Bill progress

David Mundell has urged the Scottish Government to "stop playing games" over key Brexit legislation.

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Teenage cyclist in hospital after hit and run on A7

A teenage cyclist has been taken to hospital following a hit and run.

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Driver killed and three injured in Moray road crash

A young woman has died and three people are being treated in hospital after a one-car crash in Moray.

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Anas Sarwar backs compulsory living wage at Scottish Labour leadership hustings

A Scottish Labour leadership candidate who has come under fire over the wages paid by a family firm has said the Living Wage should be compulsory.

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New service to help Scottish companies reach potential £100m turnover

A service to support more companies in Scotland with the potential to reach turnover upwards of £100 million has been launched by Scottish Enterprise.

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MSPs back calls to increase income tax while SNP abstain

MSPs have narrowly backed calls to increase income tax, with the SNP refusing to take a position on the issue.

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Swinney faces criticism over school governance reforms

The Education Secretary has been criticised for "doubling-down" on planned reforms to school governance.

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Hero's return awaits round-the-world cyclist

The fastest man to cycle around the globe is due to return home to Scotland after completing his record-breaking feat.

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Rising costs causes confidence drop for small Scottish businesses, survey finds

Confidence among small businesses in Scotland has plummeted amid rising costs, according to a new survey.

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Parents pay £41k premium to buy home near top performing schools, report finds

Parents are paying a £41,000 premium to buy homes near the country's top performing state schools, new research suggests.

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New printing method creates ultra-high resolution images that will not fade

A new form of high-resolution 'printing' which could be developed for anti-counterfeiting measures in banknotes has been discovered by scientists.

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