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Report predicts 6% increase in house prices by 2021

House prices in Scotland are expected to grow by 6% over the next four years, according to a property forecast.

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Hormone injections can help spread the love between strangers, seal study shows

Love hormone injections can spread a little of what the world needs now between strangers, scientists have shown.

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Fire service staff morale at rock bottom, Holyrood committee told

Morale among firefighters is at "rock bottom" as many feel "overworked and underpaid", MSPs have heard.

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We must not allow terrorism to triumph, Nicola Sturgeon tells people of Scotland

The people of Scotland must not allow terrorism to triumph and should go about their business as usual, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said.

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Drone came within 20 metres of plane at Edinburgh Airport

An airline pilot was forced to take evasive action after a drone came within 20 metres of his plane as he prepared to land in Edinburgh.

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Masked man takes three-figure sum from shop in armed robbery

A shopkeeper has been robbed by a masked man who threatened him with a knife in Renfrewshire.

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Scottish SPCA taking care of orphan weasel Susie

An orphan weasel is being cared for by an animal charity after being discovered in the Scottish Borders.

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Ocean recovery from oil spills affected by colder temperatures, study finds

Sub-zero temperatures in the North Atlantic could significantly impact the natural ability of bacteria to help the ocean recover from a major oil spill, according to researchers.

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Police appeal after man with dementia goes missing from nursing home

A vulnerable man has gone missing from a nursing home in Glasgow.

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Morrissey movie to close Edinburgh International Film Festival

A movie about musical icon Morrissey will bring down the curtain on this year's Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF) as it marks its 70th anniversary.

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New Tory MSP Michelle Ballantyne sworn in at Scottish Parliament

Scotland's newest MSP has been sworn in at Holyrood.

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Most claimants willing to settle Royal Bank of Scotland case, judge told

The majority of claimants suing Royal Bank of Scotland at the High Court have indicated a willingness to settle the action, a judge has been told.

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Thieves make off with more than £20,000 in armed bank robbery

Masked men threatened workers with a weapon and made off with more than £20,000 in cash during a bank robbery in East Dunbartonshire.

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Police in Dundee launch investigation into sudden death

Police have launched an investigation after a sudden death in Dundee.

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Hundreds attend Glasgow vigil after Manchester attack

Hundreds of people, including young children, have gathered at a Glasgow vigil for the victims of the Manchester attack.

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Election campaigning suspended after Manchester blast

Election campaigning has been postponed following the explosion in Manchester which left 22 people dead and 59 injured.

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Scottish teenager missing after attack alive in hospital with serious injuries

A Scottish teenager reported missing after the Manchester terror attack is being treated for serious injuries in the city, while two other people are in hospital north of the border.

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Abuse trial told former weatherman Fred Talbot spent night in tent with pupils

A court has heard how former TV weather presenter Fred Talbot spent the night under canvas with pupils while on school trips.

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One patient in every hospital ward on average hit by HAI, report reveals

Healthcare associated infections (HAIs) are a "significant burden" on the NHS in Scotland, with a new report showing that on average one patient in every ward in every hospital is affected.

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Foreign investments reached record high in Scotland last year

Scotland won a record number of investments from overseas in 2016, although growth in the area was substantially lower than the previous year.

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