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Professor Catriona Matheson and deputy Neil Richardson say 'current demand for speed is counterproductive'.
A 34-year-old man was arrested after police searched a house in Glasgow.
Stuart Kelly, 43 and Daniel Pratt, 40, were caught on March 5 this year in Aberdeen city centre.
The total figure is 40 fewer than the same period in 2020.
Kit Malthouse told MPs that he had recently met with authorities in Korea where the technology is being developed.
Scottish Government campaign aims to highlight damage caused by stigma of problem drug and alcohol use.
First Minister will visit Bluevale Community Club in Glasgow along with Scottish Conservative leader.
Justice secretary Keith Brown announced the move to stop paper soaked in drugs reaching prisoners inside Scottish jails.
Crown Office says new warning scheme does not apply to possession of controlled drugs with intention to supply.
Two men, aged 27 and 30, have been arrested over the find.
Lord Advocate says a recorded police warning for possession offences is 'appropriate' for all classes of drugs.
Some 7600 purportedly tamper-proof phones were issued to inmates by the Scottish Government at a cost of almost £3m.
The 73-year-old Fleetwood Mac star said if she publishes her memoirs she may omit her use of cocaine.
More than 1300 people died due to drug misuse in Scotland last year, the largest number since records began in 1996.
Favor UK wants the provision of addiction and rehabilitation services underpinned by law.
Not-for-profit organisations can apply to access share of £18m aimed at supporting improvements to drugs services.
James Tofalli says playing the piano has helped him overcome his struggles with addiction.
Trainspotting was released in 1996 and has been hailed as one of the most important 'anti-drugs' movies ever made.
Police seized thousands of pounds worth of heroin and crack cocaine in series of raids across Edinburgh.
New report from the Accounts Commission says the local authority needs to 'increase its pace of change'.