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» Universities pilot plan for easier foreign student visas
18/12/17 00:52 from BBC News - Scotland
A pilot scheme should make it easier for foreign students to get visas and find permanent work in the UK.

» Citizen's Theatre's future secured with £4.8m grant
18/12/17 00:34 from BBC News - Scotland
The much-loved Citizen's Theatre will transform its space over the next two years.

» Plea for dead fulmars to map marine plastic pollution
18/12/17 00:33 from BBC News - Scotland
The project, based at a university in the Netherlands, finds that 95% of North Sea fulmars have plastic in their guts.

» Joe McFadden: 'Unemployed but optimistic'
18/12/17 00:31 from BBC News - Scotland
Scotland's Strictly winner vows to keep dancing and hints at West End ambitions.

» Syrian refugee housing target met three years early
18/12/17 00:27 from BBC News - Scotland
Two years into a five-year scheme, 2,000 Syrians have been resettled in Scotland.

» Scientists sniff out Parkinson's disease smell
18/12/17 00:24 from BBC News - Scotland
The breakthrough, inspired by Joy Milne's sense of smell, could lead to the first diagnostic test.

» The woman who can smell Parkinson's disease
18/12/17 00:24 from BBC News - Scotland
Joy Milne has an amazing sense of smell that is bringing amazing results for scientists studying Parkinson's disease.

» Scottish Open: Neil Robertson beats Cao Yupeng 9-8 in dramatic final
17/12/17 22:38 from BBC News - Scotland
Former world number one Neil Robertson fights backs from 8-4 down to beat China's Cao Yupeng 9-8 in the Scottish Open.

» Heart of Midlothian 4-0 Celtic: Craig Levein says players 'ran themselves into ground'
17/12/17 17:56 from BBC News - Scotland
Hearts boss Craig Levein says his players "ran the miles needed to shut Celtic down" and end the champions' unbeaten domestic run.

» Hearts 4-0 Celtic: Unbeaten run may stand forever, says Brendan Rodgers
17/12/17 16:33 from BBC News - Scotland
Celtic's 69-game unbeaten domestic run, ended emphatically by Hearts, may never be surpassed, says manager Brendan Rodgers.

» Inquiry after lifeboat fell from Brent Alpha platform
17/12/17 15:11 from BBC News - Scotland
The clutch slipped on the boat's launch mechanism on the Brent Alpha on Saturday morning.

» Heart of Midlothian 4-0 Celtic
17/12/17 14:21 from BBC News - Scotland
Hearts end Celtic's 69-game, 585-day unbeaten domestic run with a stunning Scottish Premiership victory at Tynecastle.

» Armadale pensioner robbed by bogus 'Gas Board' men
17/12/17 14:07 from BBC News - Scotland
Two men talked their way into the 84-year-old's home before stealing cash, energy cards and a bank card.

» Kilmarnock homes left without water after mains burst
17/12/17 13:35 from BBC News - Scotland
About 1,500 properties in Kilmarnock were left without supplies overnight.

» Child star to dance champion
17/12/17 13:09 from BBC News - Scotland
He is Scotland's first Strictly winner, but who is Joe McFadden and what else has he done?

» Two climbers rescued from Cairngorms mountain
17/12/17 11:52 from BBC News - Scotland
The men, who were climbing without ropes, became cragfast 600ft up Jacob's Ladder in the Cairngorms,

» Scotland's papers: Scottish Labour 'bully'
17/12/17 10:16 from BBC News - Scotland
Alex Rowley's resignation and Joe McFadden's Strictly win are stories on Scotland's front pages.

» 'My brother was killed by a single punch'
17/12/17 00:38 from BBC News - Scotland
Alan Stirling says his brother was never violent in his life but was killed after a single punch.

» Campaigners threaten legal action over 'abortion pill'
17/12/17 00:25 from BBC News - Scotland
An anti-abortion group opposes plans to allow women to take medication to end a pregnancy at home.

» Alex Rowley relinquishes Scottish Labour deputy leader role
16/12/17 18:04 from BBC News - Scotland
The MSP's announcement follows a Scottish Labour investigation into claims he sent abusive texts to a former partner.

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