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A sex offender could not be prosecuted for an alleged sex assault on a young child because his victim said it took place on a truck travelling between Scotland and England, MSPs have heard.
A man from Aberdeen was among four British nationals on an Egyptian plane forced to divert to Cyprus when a hijacker exposed a fake suicide belt.
Primary schoolchildren should have annual body checks to help combat rising levels of obesity, former rower James Cracknell has said.
Serial child killer Robert Black was likely to have been charged with the murder of Genette Tate in weeks, police have said.
Billy Connolly has been announced as the recipient of the Special Recognition Award at this year's National Television Awards (NTAs).
Three bridges spanning three centuries have the potential to become a magnet for visitors from across the world, according to the chairman of VisitScotland, Mike Cantlay.
A “poignant and fitting” ceremony will mark the handover of RAF Leuchars to the army on March 31, the last ever station commander of RAF Leuchars has confirmed.
Two Libyans have been identified as suspects in the ongoing investigation into the Lockerbie bombing, Scottish prosecutors have confirmed.
Executed, dipped in tar and his remains hung in a cage over the River Thames for 20 years, Dundonian William Kidd had an ignominious end.