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.
Infection control experts start an investigation into a cluster of C. difficile cases at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh.
Jack and Emily revealed as the most popular first names for babies whose births were registered in Scotland in 2014.
A shopkeeper was threatened by a man with a handgun during an armed robbery in Edinburgh's Niddrie area.
Dozens of "ice pancakes" the size of dinner plates are found floating on a stretch of the River Dee in Scotland.
The cross-party agreement on devolving more tax powers to Holyrood may not be feasible or fair, it has been claimed.
Nicola Sturgeon takes questions from opposition party leaders and representatives.
The first Hearing Dog to be trained entirely in Scotland
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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
Royal Mail's problem which could clog up its sorting machines
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