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Published 28/12/2015

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Press Association Scotland schedule update at 1000 on Monday December 28

SCOTLAND Police: Almost a third of Scotland's senior police officers are eligible for retirement in the next two years, according to figures released by the Scottish Conservatives.

HEALTH Heart: A new £1.3 million study aims to help doctors better pinpoint when to operate on heart disease patients.

SCOTLAND ScotlandOffice: The Scotland Office is spending four times as much on communications staff as it did in 2010, according to figures from the SNP, who described its role as a "marketing campaign for the Union."

INDUSTRY Employment: Substantial weaknesses for jobs remain for ethnic minority people, who have lower employment rates than other groups, research has revealed.

SCOTLAND Television: More than 550 people in Scotland are still watching television in black and white.

INDUSTRY Employment: Substantial weaknesses for jobs remain for ethnic minority people, who have lower employment rates than other groups, research has revealed.

SCOTLAND Electricity: Political parties in Scotland should commit to a national strategy to help businesses and consumers reduce and manage their demand for electricity, environmental and energy groups have said.

SCOTLAND Cycling: The Scottish Green Party has urged ministers to make Scotland a "cycle-friendly nation" by rethinking proposed plans to cut spending on safe walking and cycling routes to schools.

SCOTLAND Crime: Crime gangs are abandoning traditional means of communications and using more apps and encrypted messaging services to evade police, senior officers have said. :: Embargoed to 0001 Tuesday

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