STV News at Six Edinburgh International
STV News at Six from the Edinburgh region. This edition of the broadcast programme may have been edited for rights reasons.
A report into cleanliness standards at Edinburgh's Western General Hospital has found patient equipment contaminated with blood and bodily fluids.
The BBC and ITV network have confirmed today that they will press ahead with General Election debate programmes which will feature the SNP for the first time.
The Prime Minister outlines new powers for Holyrood but Nicola Sturgeon says the proposals have been watered down.
The new Scottish Labour Leader Jim Murphy faces leading his party to electoral catastrophe at May's General Election according to a new poll for STV News.
The Scotttish Government announces it's investing one hundred million pounds to try to tackle the problem of bed-blocking.
"After 24 years, they've finally done the right thing" - the words of a bereaved mother who has welcomed an apology from the Herald newspaper.
A 75-year-old woman has died after oxygen equipment caught fire in her room in a hospital in Edinburgh.
A man who beheaded his mother and buried her in a shallow grave has been sent to jail against the wishes of a doctor who was treating him at the State Hospital at Carstairs.
A sex criminal who was traced by detectives because he was wearing distinctive trainers, has been jailed for nine years.
Edinburgh looks set to become the slowest city in Scotland with a 20 mile per hour limit introduced on more than 80% of the capital's roads.
The First Minister has said a “more precautionary approach” will be taken with suspected Ebola patients after Scottish nurse Pauline Cafferkey was allowed to come home to Scotland despite raising concerns about
The House of Commons has been told that the Scottish nurse Pauline Cafferkey remains critically ill from Ebola, but her condition has now stabilised.
An investigation is underway after an aircraft veered off the runway at Stornoway Airport on the Isle of Lewis.
The screening programme for Ebola is to be reviewed as a Scottish nurse continues to be treated for the virus.