20 April 2013: 4:52pm
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Forty-seven new cases of swine flu have been confirmed in the biggest daily increase so far in Scotland, it has been announced.Read
Hill farmers in some of Scotland`s most rural areas are to get extra Government cash, MSPs have heard.Read
The chairman of an enterprise agency has stepped down from a consultancy firm the agency investigated, it has emerged.Read
A police officer has been reported to prosecutors in connection with a road crash in which a man and his grandson were seriously injured, police have said.Read
Proposed new laws on tobacco could be extended to stop adults buying cigarettes for under age youngsters, it has emerged.Read
A bid to ban the sale of allegedly harmful "Frankenstein fats" has been launched by a Holyrood MSP.Read
A record number of shows, including performances by big-name stars such as Denise van Outen, Julian Clary and Alistair McGowan, will be staged at this year's Edinburgh Festival Fringe, it has been revealed.Read
A new report has called for changes to be made to boost the number of people using "Scotland's forgotten railway line".Read
A prisoner has been classed as a possible case of swine flu, officials have said.Read
An extra 200 jobs are being created at a major retailer's financial headquarters in Scotland, it has been announced.Read
A leading homelessness charity has said it had seen a "massive" increase in calls for advice since the downturn began to bite.Read
Delays in introducing a single pay and grading structure for council staff have been branded "unacceptable" by MSPs.Read
A first edition of Charles Darwin's ground-breaking work On The Origin Of Species is due to go under the hammer.Read
A hard-hitting advert highlighting the plight of vulnerable young people returns to television screens.Read
A radical shake-up of the law on sexual offences is expected to be passed by MSPs.Read
A man is due to appear in court after the body of a young Nepalese woman was found in undergrowth near her home.Read
MPs are due to vote on a call for the dissolution of Parliament to pave the way for an immediate general election.Read
Access to European money is being squeezed because of the recession, a Holyrood report has revealed.Read
A growing level of debt is forcing some people to go without food or heating to help pay off their bills, a charity has warned.Read
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