18 December 2014
As in Quebec, Scotland's 'no' vote has not ended the risk that finance firms will move headquarters out of Scotland. To hang on to valuable jobs, we're being told to make the money men feel more wanted.
The remaining staff at a collapsed wave power company are to lose their jobs after no buyer was found for the business.
A woman is robbed at knifepoint after being grabbed by man as she crossed a road in Edinburgh.
More than 10 people a day are admitted to hospital in Scotland after being bitten or attacked by an animal, figures reveal.
The co-founder of the Wickerman Festival has died in hospital after an incident on his farm understood to involve a firearm.
Two Filipino men suspected of blackmailing a teenager from Fife who took his own life are traced by the BBC.
Nicola Sturgeon takes questions from opposition party leaders and representatives.
Academics reveal some unexpected Nordic influences to the festive season
What do Scotland's newspapers say?
Student vets set up clinic for dogs of homeless people
A selection of your pictures of Scotland
The wavy jet stream behind this winter's changeable weather
Research throws new light on birds’ stress levels
The first Hearing Dog to be trained entirely in Scotland
Will Jim Murphy attempt to take Labour back to the days of Blair?
From plain Jane to one of the UK's youngest lottery winners
How to send us your images from across Scotland
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