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Marathon medal-winner who ran pretending to be his friend sparks official investigation after joking about it online
A medal-winning marathon runner who unmasked himself as an imposter has sparked an official investigation.
Experts are warning of an explosion in the number of ticks this summer and with them an increase in the number of cases of crippling Lyme Disease.
The Scottish Government has been urged to ban fracking after the publication of a legal opinion indicating that it is within the power of MSPs to do so.
An investigation is under way after a man died from his injuries in Greenock.
More than two thirds of people faced being wrongly denied social security benefits, according to new figures.
Oil and gas reserves in Scotland and the UK may last only a decade, according to academics.
Jobs safe at meat firm after £1.6m joint funding pledge by Scottish Government and the European Union
Hundreds of jobs are expected to be safeguarded as a result of a joint funding pledge from the Scottish Government and the European Union.
Health Minister Jeane Freeman is being urged to address the treatment of women heart patients after experts revealed an alarming difference in male and female survival rates.
Schools in Scotland’s capital have the worst pupil-teacher ratio in the country according to official figures.
Nicola Sturgeon has been urged to bring forward plans to tackle child poverty by Labour’s Richard Leonard.
The Scottish Liberal Democrat leader has accused the Scottish Government of “failing” on children’s rights.