Balloon emergency surgery treatment gets £1.1m Aberdeen study

Initial treatment for life-threatening bleeding injuries is trialled by the University of Aberdeen.

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Boy, 13, charged over hare coursing

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Scott Brown: Celtic captain set to play for Scotland v England in World Cup...

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A National triumph

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‘Biotech queen’

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Nicola Sturgeon ‘frustrated’ over Brexit process

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Police say the men were injured during a 'large-scale disturbance' in Kilmarnock.

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Nicola Sturgeon's letter to the prime minister and a "superbug nightmare" feature on the front pages.

Castlemilk pensioner jailed over ‘horrific’ abuse

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