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Scottish doctors back new GP contract
A new GP contract that aims to reduce the pressure on family doctors is to be implemented after winning the backing of the profession.
Rural pilot bus services extended in Forth Valley
Three pilot bus services in the Forth Valley have been extended until the summer.
Camelon street re-opened after ‘suspicious package’ deemed harmless
A street in Camelon, that was sealed off after a suspicious package was discovered outside a police station this morning, has now re-opened.
Holyrood’s justice committee supports scrapping the Football Act
A Holyrood committee has backed a Bill to overturn a controversial law aimed at tackling sectarian behaviour at football.
MSP Delegation attends Brexit talks at House of Lords
A delegation of MSPs is due to raise concerns over key Brexit legislation in talks at the House of Lords.
More than half of Scots support income tax rise, poll says
More than half of the people in Scotland support plans to raise income tax, according to a poll.
No turning back on branch closures, say RBS
RBS bosses have refused to reconsider controversial branch closures despite widespread cross-party criticism.
Man charged with series of domestic offences across the Forth Valley
A man, responsible for a series of domestic crimes against women, has been described as having “no remorse”.
Labour call on Scots Tories to back change to Brexit bill
Labour have called on Scottish Conservative MPs to back their amendment to key Brexit legislation to protect devolution.
Cranberries singer Dolores O’Riordan dead
The Cranberries lead singer Dolores O’Riordan has died suddenly while in London for a recording session.
Heavy snowfall expected to bring disruption
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for snow and ice across the Forth Valley, which is set to stay in place until 6pm on Wednesday evening.
Fall in number of reports of domestic abuse over the festive period
Reports of domestic abuse in Scotland dropped over the festive period compared to the previous year, according to new figures.