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More patients are being sent home on the same day as their treatment at NHS Forth Valley.
Kyle McKenzie broke into the 83-year-old woman's house before attacking and raping her.
St Abb’s Head in the Scottish Borders is run by the National Trust for Scotland.
The backpack was discovered by a member of the public at Lock 14 in Camelon, Falkirk, last Tuesday.
Police discovered the woman's body at an address in Cultenhove Crescent in Stirling on Sunday morning.
The bench, made by trainee carpenters, will be placed in Scott Huchinson's hometown of Selkirk.
A survey found mass gatherings in the city over the festive period were the least-wanted events in the future.
The companies expect to lose more than £3m as a result of young people choosing to use free bus travel instead.
At least 13 people have been arrested in three of the locations, police forces have confirmed.
Ednilson De Ceita's BMW X5 collided with Jonathan Smith’s Peugeot 206 on May 25, 2018.
Robert MacKenzie, who was accused of alleged offences dating back to the 1950s, will not be prosecuted.
The 2021 event in the Firth of Forth was cancelled due to coronavirus.
Winds of 90mph have 'the potential to bring the most damaging winds we’ve seen for years'.
The charity aims to provide 300,000 gifts, meals and essential items to people experiencing homelessness this Christmas.
The omission was blamed on a lawyer 'not doing his job properly'.
The climate campaigners are preventing HGVs from accessing the Dunfermline site - the largest in the UK.
Michael McBride and Connor McCall took control of a wing at HMP Addiewell in March 2020.
Carolynne Hunter left a successful career to care for her daughter Freya, who has complex needs.
The magical festive trail opened in Edinburgh on Thursday and will run until January 2, 2022.
Carolyn Spray's grandfather first brought the plants to Scotland in the 1960s.