23 April 2013: 12:32pm
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The mother of toddler Brandon Muir has insisted his death was not her fault.Read
The Westminster Government claims it is offering a £1 billion lifeline to help the SNP Holyrood administration build the new Forth bridge.Read
Police investigating the murder of a man who was attacked as he walked his dog said they had received a "positive response" from the public.Read
Labour would keep a link to property when reforming the council tax, local authorities have heard.Read
Motor racing legend Sir Jackie Stewart has offered to help parents of special needs children learn more about their legal rights, MSPs heard.Read
More tragedies like the death of toddler Brandon Muir are "waiting to happen", Tory leader Annabel Goldie warned.Read
The Scottish Football Association (SFA) has warned MSPs to stay out of the debate over a British Olympic team.Read
Shop prices in Scotland are rising faster than in the UK as a whole, figures revealed.Read
Holyrood is likely to reject SNP plans to hold an independence referendum, it emerged.Read
A man jailed for life for the murder of a young woman more than 35 years ago has lost a last attempt to clear his name.Read
A £500,000 initiative to try to stop young people from carrying knives has been announced by the Scottish Government.Read
A wintry blast has caused icy conditions across much of Scotland.Read
A suspect arrested after Manchester United footballer Darren Fletcher's house was burgled and his fiancee threatened at knifepoint is free on bail.Read
A new initiative that aims to reduce knife crime is due to be announced by Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill.Read
Nine people are appearing in court after an airport protest.Read
The future of university funding will come under the spotlight when Education Secretary Fiona Hyslop appears before a Holyrood committee.Read
Motorists and pedestrians were stopped overnight by police investigating the murder of a man who was attacked as he walked his dog.Read
The trial of a man who is accused of a masked attack on a 63-year-old man is expected to start on Wednesday.Read
The Scottish Government will make a fresh plea for Westminster to loosen its purse strings to pay for the planned new bridge across the Forth.Read
Northern Britain bore the brunt of wintry weather that could bring almost a foot of snow to parts of the country.Read
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