1. Elderly tourist dies after contracting mystery bug on bus trip

    The pensioner was taken to Gilbert Bain Hospital in Lerwick after getting off a ferry in Shetland.

    Elderly tourist dies after contracting mystery bug on bus trip

    Elderly tourist dies after contracting mystery bug on bus trip

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  2. Historic landmark hit by 34 blazes gets round-the-clock security

    Broadford Works fell into ruin and became a frequent target for vandals after closing its doors in 2004.

    Historic landmark hit by 34 blazes gets round-the-clock security

    Historic landmark hit by 34 blazes gets round-the-clock security

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  3. Scottish aid charity raises record £3.4m thanks to Wee Box appeal

    If you had a Wee Box in your house over Lent then you've helped the Scottish charity reach a new fundraising record.

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  4. Fembots collection secures Aberdeen 'fashion loser' top award nomination

    Ryan Cowie is putting Aberdeen ahead of the fashion pack thanks to his graduate collection.

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  5. Scottish secretary to make pledge for more island community powers

    David Mundell will make pledge on a visit to Stornoway on Thursday.

    Scottish secretary to make pledge for more island community powers

    Scottish secretary to make pledge for more island community powers

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  6. Calais disruption 'could force Scots skippers to stop fishing'

    The disruption has cost UK hauliers £11m in the last five weeks.

    Calais disruption 'could force Scots skippers to stop fishing'

    Calais disruption 'could force Scots skippers to stop fishing'

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  7. Disabled mugging victim moving to Shetland after ‘call from God’

    Well-wishers raised £330,000 to buy a new home for 67-year-old Alan Barnes following the attack.

    Disabled mugging victim moving to Shetland after ‘call from God’

    Disabled mugging victim moving to Shetland after ‘call from God’

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  8. Carron Bar has lost its banner but gained a deep fried Mars bar plaque

    After being told to take down a banner about its gooey creation, supporters have rallied round the Carron Bar.

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  9. Expert warns Slide 'N' Fly Facebook events may be data mining scam

    Around 20,000 Scots may have inadvertently signed up to the scam, in the hope of attending a water slide attraction.

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  10. Worker 'pinned to wall' in industrial accident at engineering firm

    The incident at Score in Peterhead is believed to have left the worker with broken bones.

    Worker 'pinned to wall' in industrial accident at engineering firm

    Worker 'pinned to wall' in industrial accident at engineering firm

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  11. Hundreds of jobs under threat at North Sea oil firm Wood Group

    Wood Group PSN plans to make up to 200 staff redundant as a result of a proposed change to shift patterns.

    Hundreds of jobs under threat at North Sea oil firm Wood Group

    Hundreds of jobs under threat at North Sea oil firm Wood Group

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  12. Up to 117 offshore jobs threatened at oil drilling contractor

    Ensco has halted work on two of its rigs, blaming the current downturn in the oil and gas sector.

    Up to 117 offshore jobs threatened at oil drilling contractor

    Up to 117 offshore jobs threatened at oil drilling contractor

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  13. Meet The Great British Bake Off hopefuls from Scotland

    Marie and Flora are hoping to whisk their way to success on this year's TV baking competition.

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  14. North east MSP steps in to help Hiba's fight for new home

    The Akram family have been plagued by racial abuse and say their house is not suitable for a disabled child, but hope is on the horizon.

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  15. Up to 117 offshore jobs threatened at oil drilling contractor

    Ensco has halted work on two of its rigs, blaming the current downturn in the oil and gas sector.

    Up to 117 offshore jobs threatened at oil drilling contractor

    Up to 117 offshore jobs threatened at oil drilling contractor

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  16. 'Extreme' archaeologists discover oldest Pictish fort atop 100ft rock

    Scientists found ramparts and a hearth after they scaled the rocky outcrop south of Stonehaven.

    'Extreme' archaeologists discover oldest Pictish fort atop 100ft rock

    'Extreme' archaeologists discover oldest Pictish fort atop 100ft rock

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  17. 'Extreme' archaeologists discover oldest Pictish fort atop 100ft rock

    Scientists found ramparts and a hearth after they scaled the rocky outcrop south of Stonehaven.

    'Extreme' archaeologists discover oldest Pictish fort atop 100ft rock

    'Extreme' archaeologists discover oldest Pictish fort atop 100ft rock

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  18. Music lovers head for the hills in Stopover with Mumford and Sons

    More than 20,000 music fans are heading to the Highlands this weekend for a festival with a difference. Are you going?

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  19. Sunset Song film to be premiered in Toronto in September

    News of the world premiere of this hotly anticipated film has just been revealed. Here's the scoop.

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  20. Sewel resigns from House of Lords over 'drugs and prostitutes' video

    Lord Sewel was filmed allegedly snorting cocaine from a prostitute's breasts using a rolled up £5 note.

    Sewel resigns from House of Lords over 'drugs and prostitutes' video

    Sewel resigns from House of Lords over 'drugs and prostitutes' video

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