BBC News - Scotland Scottish witchcraft book published online 2016-10-27T23:27:57.000000Z The pages of a 350-year-old book used to record the names of those accused of witchcraft in Scotland are published online. Special assembly on Bailey Gwynne stabbing death anniversary 2016-10-27T23:27:07.000000Z Classmates of an Aberdeen schoolboy who was stabbed will hold a special assembly to mark the anniversary of his death. UK government rejects student visa calls 2016-10-27T23:26:33.000000Z Calls for the reintroduction of a post-study work visa system for international students in Scotland are rejected. Sea King helicopter transformed into glamping pod 2016-10-27T23:26:02.000000Z A retired search-and-rescue helicopter, which was bought at an MoD auction, has been transformed into a glamping pod. Scottish youth football body reviews header guidelines 2016-10-27T23:25:19.000000Z The governing body of youth football in Scotland is to review guidelines on heading the ball after evidence it can affect memory. Extra trained nurses 'key to stroke survival' says study 2016-10-27T23:00:06.000000Z The chance of surviving a stroke is linked to the number of trained nurses immediately available to treat patients, researchers find Pair charged over Broxburn homeless unit baby death 2016-10-27T22:37:53.000000Z Two people are charged over the death of a baby girl after an incident at a West Lothian homeless families unit. Missing man Sean McKenna found dead in loch 2016-10-27T21:25:25.000000Z The body of a young man who went missing in North Lanarkshire earlier this month is found in a loch, his family confirm. Scottish Rugby outside investment: Gregor Townsend urges positive vote 2016-10-27T21:06:10.000000Z Gregor Townsend hopes Scottish Rugby Union members approve outside investment in Glasgow Warriors and Edinburgh. Australia v Scotland: Tyler Cassel called into Four Nations squad 2016-10-27T19:45:56.000000Z Uncapped Tyler Cassel replaces Callum Phillips as Scotland make their Four Nations debut against favourites Australia.