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Four in 10 European doctors 'considering quitting UK after Brexit vote'

Four in 10 European doctors are considering leaving Britain following the Brexit vote, according to research.

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Scottish university principals among top 50 earners in UK, report finds

Principals at three Scottish universities are among the top 50 highest-earning of their UK peers, a report into pay and perks for senior university staff has found.

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Environmentalists hail conservation estate 'lost world'

A host of rare species have been discovered after a survey of a conservation estate which environmentalists described as a "lost world".

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Singer Paolo Nutini arrested over 'road traffic offences'

Pop star Paolo Nutini has been arrested in his home town for alleged road traffic offences.

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Scotland channel news programme will use all BBC's resources - Lord Hall

A flagship news programme being created as part of a brand new television channel for Scotland will be able to draw on the global resources of the BBC, the director general of the corporation pledged.

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Footballer's wages seized to settle traffic fine debt

A top-flight Scottish footballer has been forced to settle a traffic fine after having his wages seized.

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Warning to drivers as Storm Doris brings snow and strong winds

Roads and schools have been closed as Storm Doris sweeps in, bringing snow and high winds to parts of Scotland.

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MSPs expected to pass budget at Holyrood

MSPs are expected to pass the Scottish Government budget at Holyrood later.

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Manufacturers should boost workforce skills to stay competitive, report says

Boosting workforce skills should be a top priority for manufacturers working to keep their Scottish operations globally competitive, according to a report.

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Tribute to be paid to motor neurone disease campaigner Gordon Aikman at Holyrood

MSPs will pay tribute to motor neurone disease (MND) campaigner Gordon Aikman as his legacy is remembered at Holyrood.

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Green MSP seeks rates system 'scrutiny' as annulment motion withdrawn

Green MSP Andy Wightman has called for a "fundamental examination" of the business rates system amid concerns about a lack of scrutiny.

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Can and bottle deposit return scheme backed by Coca-Cola

Drinks giant Coca-Cola has given its backing to a campaign to introduce a deposit return scheme for cans and bottles in Scotland.

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Police Scotland delivers 'substantial improvements' in stop and search activity

Scotland's police force has delivered "substantial improvements" in the way it conducts, records and monitors its stop and search activity, according to a new report.

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Tories unveil environmental and climate change proposals

Free town-centre parking for electric cars, the creation of new nuclear power plants and a target for half of Scotland energy to be produced by renewables are among Scottish Conservatives' plans to protect the environment and tackle climate change.

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Heavy snow forecast in Scotland as Storm Doris weather warnings upgraded

Weather warnings for Storm Doris have been upgraded, with heavy snow now forecast in parts of Scotland.

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LGBTI education campaigner wanted to kill himself at school, MSPs told

A campaigner for mandatory LGBTI-inclusive education in schools told MSPs he wanted to take his own life as a pupil due to a lack of support.

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Climber dies in hospital after fall in Cairngorms

A climber who was rescued from a mountain in the Cairngorms has died of his injuries.

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No more tears as otter cub found on doorstep returns to wild

An otter cub found crying on a doorstep has been successfully returned to the wild after a year in care.

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Charity calls for more family conflict mediation services

Family conflicts are affecting the mental health of three quarters of parents and almost a third of youngsters, new research has found.

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First cloned mammal Dolly the sheep still inspires scientists 20 years on

Dolly the sheep continues to inspire research 20 years after she was revealed to the world, scientists have said.

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