25 May 2013: 8:40pm
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The boss of a firm set up to find alternatives to "costly" public-private partnerships has insisted he would recommend that funding method if it offered value for money.Read
The number of Scots with swine flu has risen above 500, after 10 cases of the virus were confirmed.Read
Four police officers have been hurt after their unmarked training car was involved in a crash.Read
The Scottish Government has come under fresh pressure to plug a legal loophole which could hinder its flagship policy of lower class sizes.Read
An option to increase the Scottish Parliament's devolved powers may be included in an independence referendum, First Minister Alex Salmond has said.Read
Thousands of unlicensed off-sales should be allowed to sell alcohol beyond a looming legal deadline, MSPs have been urged.Read
The Scottish Government has come under Labour fire over figures showing a sharp fall in the number of teaching vacancies.Read
A maternity hospital worker has been charged following an alleged sex attack within the premises.Read
Youngsters aged 16 are to get the right to vote in health board elections, it has been announced.Read
A trio of rare tiger cubs have made their first public appearance at a wildlife park.Read
Scottish Government plans to drive down costs on major public building schemes are unlikely to deliver savings, a report has found.Read
Holyrood chiefs are to use blogs, Wikipedia and YouTube to make Parliament more accessible to the public.Read
The SNP has increased its lead over Labour in Holyrood voting intentions, according to a new poll.Read
The first health boards to have their members directly elected are being announced.Read
Bosses of the body set up to provide value for money in big public building projects are being asked about their progress by MSPs.Read
An MSP is meeting the Libyan convicted of the Lockerbie bombing in prison.Read
Alex Salmond is stepping up the pace of his administration's "national conversation" on Scotland's constitutional future.Read
Susan Boyle has received rapturous applause as she took to the stage in front of home fans in Scotland.Read
The family of the UK's first swine flu victim to die are coming to terms with a double tragedy after her premature son also died.Read
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