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Life of Margo MacDonald celebrated
Hundreds of people are gathering to celebrate the life of veteran politician Margo MacDonald, following her death earlier this month at the age of 70.
Miliband in Scotland to make UK case
Scottish independence would leave working people north and south of the border worse off, Ed Miliband claims.
Police search after eagle disappears
Police say they are investigating the disappearance of the first white-tailed sea eagle to be raised in the east of Scotland in almost 200 years.
Blaze involving 21 cars tackled
Firefighters have been tackling an overnight blaze involving 21 cars at a car park servicing Edinburgh Airport.
Rangers great Jardine dies aged 65
Former Rangers, Hearts and Scotland defender Sandy Jardine dies aged 65 following a battle with cancer.
Crews tackle recycling plant fire
About 45 firefighters are tackling a blaze involving 100 tonnes of rubbish at a waste recycling site in Perthshire.
BBC suspends its CBI membership
The BBC announces it is to suspend its membership of the employers' organisation the CBI during the Scottish independence referendum campaign.
Plan to use film to teach children
The Into Film Scotland programme aims to encourage the use of film as an important part of the teaching curriculum.
Serious sexual assault at Polmont
Police appeal for information after a woman suffered a serious assault from two men at Grandsable cemetery, near Polmont.
Seven injured in silo explosion
Seven people - including firefighters - are injured after a fire and explosion at an industrial estate in Moray.
Murder confession 'bullying' claim
The Elaine Doyle murder trial hears that a man who admitted killing the teenager was "bullied" into confessing.
Salmond defends justice secretary
First Minister Alex Salmond is forced to defend his justice secretary over the handling of controversial Scottish government legal reforms.
Man assaulted at George IV Bridge
Police appeal for information after a man suffered a serious assault under the George IV Bridge on Easter Monday.
Police to search fans for flares
Police warn that fans caught trying to take fireworks or flares into the SPFL game between Hibs and Hearts face 'robust action'.
New summer flight launched to Norway
A new service of summer flights between Edinburgh and Stavanger is beginning, it is announced.
Rangers' finances fragile - Easdale
Rangers are in a "fragile" financial state and would not survive a second administration, a club shareholder tells BBC Scotland.
Man arrested over Greenock death
A 41-year-old man is arrested following the death of a 65-year-old man on Lynedoch Street in Greenock.
Man jailed for Glasgow bottle attack
A man who carried out an apparently motiveless bottle attack on another man in Glasgow is jailed for four years.
Babysitter jailed for girl assaults
A 43-year-old Inverness man is jailed after earlier being found guilty of indecently assaulting two young girls.
Man throttled 12-year-old girl
A man who throttled a 12-year-old girl until she collapsed unconscious is ordered to carry out unpaid community work.
London plan for Dounreay room
Parts of the control room for the Dounreay Fast Reactor in Caithness look set to be dismantled and rebuilt at the Science Museum in London.
Plans for roundabout link unveiled
Plans to improve the notorious Haudagain roundabout in Aberdeen with a new dual carriageway link go on show.
Car fire men told to do unpaid work
Two men who admitted setting fire to a stolen car while people were still sitting inside are told to carry out unpaid work.
Orkney death biker named by police
A motorcyclist who was killed in collision on a causeway on Orkney is named by police as 52-year-old Sandy Watson.
Rail extension would be 'wonderful'
A council leader says extending the soon to be reopened Borders railway to run to Carlisle would be "wonderful news".
Teen struck by car in town centre
A 17-year-old boy is taken to hospital after being seriously injured when he was hit by a car in Galashiels town centre.
Coldstream prepares for baton role
A special ceremony is planned in Coldstream when it becomes the first town in Scotland to welcome the Queen's Baton Relay.
Thieves steal queen bees from farm
Police are investigating after thieves make off with six queen bees and a "large quantity" of worker bees from a farm.
Dundee waterfront project wins £8.3m
Dundee's £1bn waterfront redevelopment project wins £8.3m in funding from Scottish Enterprise to support the area around the V&A museum.
Town centre Safe Zone set to expand
A project aimed at keeping people safe during busy nights out in Falkirk with taxi marshals and police patrols is set to expand.
Governments clash over pension costs
The Scottish government disputes UK government claims about future pension costs in an independent Scotland.
Councils too distant, report claims
Scotland needs local councils with a greater range of powers relevant to their areas in order to fully represent constituents, a new report says.
Plan to end corroboration on hold
Controversial plans to end the need for evidence in Scottish criminal trials to come from two sources are put on hold for at least a year.
RBS plan for 200% bonuses blocked
Royal Bank of Scotland abandons attempts to pay bonuses twice the size of salaries after being told the move would not be approved by a Treasury body.
Lifestyle quiz to secure a mortgage
Mortgage applicants will face tougher questions about their lifestyle from lenders, under new rules that come into force on Saturday.
Scotmid sees operating profits slump
Scotmid warns it does not anticipate "a meaningful retail upturn" this year after reporting a slump in operating profits.
Home nations in Euro 2020 scrap - SFA
Scotland will need to beat their closest neighbours if Glasgow is to be a Euro 2020 host city, says SFA chief Stewart Regan.
Captains return for 1872 Cup decider
Captains Al Kellock and Greig Laidlaw are back as Glasgow host Edinburgh in Saturday's derby meeting at Scotstoun.
SPFL investigate forgery allegation
The SPFL will investigate allegations that a Kilmarnock player's signature was forged on a contract.
Fearg sa Chòigich mu chidhe dhùinte
Chaidh fàgail air Comhairle na Gàidhealtachd gu bheil iad a' cur eaconamaidh coimhearsnachd air taobh siar Rois ann an cunnart le cidhe a dhùnadh gun rabhadh.
Spreadhadh ann am Farrais
Seachdnar, luchd-smàlaidh nam measg, air an goirteachadh ann an teine is spreadhadh air raon-gnìomhachais ann am Farrais, Moireibh.
AE a dhìth air Càball a' Chuain Sgìth
Bu chòir dhan Aonadh Eòrpach gnothach a ghabhail ri Càball a' Chuain Sgìth a chur an sàs, a rèir eòlaiche, gus dealan a chur bho na h-Eileanan Siar gu ruige Tìr Mòr.
VIDEO: Scottish Parliament
Salmond says he has "enormous confidence" in justice secretary after corroboration "climb down".
VIDEO: Murray honoured in Stirling
Andy Murray speaks to Kheredine Idessane on the day he is awarded Freedom of Stirling.
VIDEO: Postcard Records label turns 35
A new book celebrates 35 years of Glasgow's Postcard records and some of the iconic Scottish records released on it.
VIDEO: The family changing judo in the Bahamas
The Rahming family prepare to compete at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
VIDEO: Andy Murray in tears at Stirling award
Tennis star Andy Murray has been awarded the freedom of Stirling in a ceremony which made the Wimbledon champion break down in tears.
VIDEO: Experts investigate raptor deaths
A team of experts continue their investigations on the deaths of 20 birds of prey in Ross-shire through suspected poisoning.
VIDEO: Scotland: The Bard and the border
Scottish voters will decide whether or not they want to leave the United Kingdom in September but the issue is also being discussed across the British Isles.
Furry ice: Avalanche season ends
Winter avalanche monitoring ends on Scottish hills
Johann Lamont in conversation
Johann Lamont on her accidental move into front-line politics
Scottish paper review
Newspaper review: Scotland's front pages
The Scottish play
Gauging referendum reaction in the home of Shakespeare
Why soldiers were hot and cold on Maconochie's stew
World War One: The dubious reputation of Maconochie's stew
Money on wheels: Banking goes mobile
The old technology bringing your bank branch to you
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