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Jackson Carlaw hoping Scottish Tories can win 'between six and a dozen' seats

The Scottish Tory deputy leader said it would be "great" if his party could win between six and 12 Scottish seats in the General Election.

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Baby boxes delivered to new parents in Scotland from August 15

The Scottish Government has announced the date for the nationwide roll- out of its baby box scheme.

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Harmful effects of smoking while pregnant revealed in new study

The impact of cigarette damage to unborn babies has been revealed in a new stem cell study.

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High-wire team to give Kelpies sculptures first health check

The world's largest pair of equine sculptures are being given their first health check as they approach their third birthday.

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Van driver injured in hit-and-run crash with Fiesta near M8

A man has been injured during a hit-and-run collision in West Lothian.

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Man, 22, dies after being hit by vehicle in Montrose

A 22-year-old man has died after being hit by a car in Angus.

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Boy arrested after victim of alleged gang attack seriously injured

A 13-year-old boy has been arrested after an alleged gang attack in Fife left a man needing "significant treatment" to serious facial injuries.

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Dog DNA study could help diagnose abnormal skull condition in humans

Studies of dog DNA have revealed a genetic mutation linked to flat face shapes which could help pave the way to diagnose an abnormal skull condition.

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Scottish Greens launch manifesto as party fields only three candidates

Scottish Greens have launched their manifesto for the General Election, with the party apologising to supporters across the country who cannot vote for them as they are fielding just three candidates.

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Woman suffers racist abuse from man in car near St Andrews

A woman was subjected to racist abuse by a man who had been following her in his car near St Andrews, police say.

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Wine and whisky sommelier takes the milky way with dairy-themed task

A Scottish dairy company has become the first in the UK to appoint an expert milk taster.

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Sinking of HMS Vanguard to be commemorated on Orkney

Relatives of those who lost their lives when a Royal Navy battleship was blown apart in Orkney are to take part in a special commemoration service on the islands.

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Bomb survivor Laura MacIntyre 'amazing us every day with her strength'

Manchester bomb victim Laura MacIntyre has made "remarkable progress" after suffering serious injuries in the terror attack, her parents have said.

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Alex Salmond in 'agony' after cracking rib during village gala penalty shoot-out

Former first minister Alex Salmond revealed he has been campaigning through the pain barrier as he bids to retain his seat at Westminster.

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Vulnerable man left 'traumatised' after knife-point robbery

A vulnerable man with learning difficulties has been left "traumatised" after being punched and held at knife-point during an armed robbery in South Lanarkshire.

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Bank of Scotland reveals £10 polymer note design for circulation in 2017

Bank of Scotland has unveiled the design of its new £10 polymer note, due to come into circulation later this year.

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Two-child cap for tax credits 'borders on eugenics'

An teaching union has condemned the two-child cap for tax credits and the so-called rape clause.

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Corbyn 'will try to stay on as leader if Labour lose General Election'

Jeremy Corbyn will try to continue as Labour leader even if the party is defeated in the General Election, one of his shadow cabinet allies has suggested.

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Man charged with murder after disturbance in Edinburgh

A 41-year-old man has been charged with murder following the death of a man in Edinburgh.

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No independence referendum 'anytime soon', says Ruth Davidson

Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson insisted there will not be a second referendum on independence "anytime soon" as she accused the SNP of "quietly ditching" the policy as a campaign tool in the General Election.

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