The number of music teachers working in Scottish primary schools has dropped by more than 40% over the last seven years, official figures have revealed.
A family has paid tribute to an elderly woman who died after being hit by a tractor.
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Almost 700,000 Scots have problem debts or are at risk of having them, a new report has revealed.
Taxes on business rates will be reviewed by the Scottish Parliament, with proposals to change the charitable status of independent schools.
More than 3,000 people took part in the New York Tartan Day Parade, led by Sir Billy Connolly, on Saturday.
Residents and businesses in towns without any banks face “substantial financial hardship”, according to a report.
Moving tributes from relatives of the victims of a police helicopter crash have been heard on the first day of a fatal accident inquiry (FAI).
A police operation to crack down on drug dealing will be launched in Aberdeen after a successful initiative in Peterhead and Fraserburgh.
Police in Aberdeen have launched an investigation after a wedding guest was taken to hospital seriously injured.