18 May 2013: 9:20pm
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MSPs need to get out of their Holyrood "comfort zone" and face up to the plight of neighbourhoods blighted by anti-social behaviour, Labour has said.Read
MSPs have warned of "frustration" felt by local communities over knife crime.Read
Investigations into a North Sea helicopter crash which killed 16 people has begun as the names of those who died were released by police.Read
DNA found on a businesswoman matches the profile of the man accused of raping and murdering her, a court has heard.Read
Fifteen of the people killed when a helicopter crashed into the North Sea have been named by police.Read
The impact of the North Sea helicopter crash will hit families across the UK, Scotland's First Minister has said.Read
Firms and voluntary bodies will be able to apply for cash to regenerate their local high streets, it has been announced.Read
Scotland's First Minister has led political leaders in paying tribute to the 16 victims of the North Sea helicopter disaster.Read
The treatment of an alleged rape victim who was locked up after breaking down in the witness box has been branded "disproportionate" by Scotland's top judge.Read
The Health Secretary has offered her personal thanks to the NHS for its work to tackle waiting times.Read
The new national body responsible for culture and the arts will cost £3.3 million to set up, MSPs have been told.Read
A top-level inquiry is under way into why boxes of medical records were left lying for days in a hospital corridor.Read
Local residents should be allowed to apply for ASBOs against problem individuals, Labour have said.Read
Ambulance crews have beaten a key emergency response target for the first time, it has been announced.Read
The new national body responsible for culture and the arts is due to come under the spotlight of MSPs at Holyrood.Read
The bodies of eight people killed when a helicopter crashed in the North Sea have arrived in port as the search resumed for eight others on the aircraft.Read
Scotland's universities are to share in a total of £1.14 billion from the main funding body this year, it has been announced.Read
Doctors have added their voice to growing concerns over Scotland's relationship with alcohol.Read
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