24 May 2013: 7:56pm
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Tens of thousands of revellers braved sub-zero temperatures tonight as they gathered to bring in the new decade at one of the world's most famous street parties.Read
Three climbers killed when they were swept up in a series of avalanches in Scottish mountains have been named.Read
A major Hogmanay street party has been cancelled due to heavy snowfall.Read
Police are to send football fans text messages urging them to avoid violent behaviour in an attempt to halt the rise in domestic incidents associated with major play-offs.Read
The number of people believed to have caught swine flu in Scotland rose by almost 15% in Christmas week, figures have revealed.Read
A leading charity has urged jobless teachers to volunteer to help youngsters in some of the world's poorest countries.Read
They would not make the cuddliest pets but tigers are the most popular species for adoption, a wildlife charity has disclosed.Read
The leaders of the three main Holyrood opposition parties have focused on the forthcoming UK general election in their new year messages.Read
Scotland's tourism industry has been hailed for rising to the challenge of the recession.Read
Revellers have been urged to wrap up warm as they bring in the new decade at Hogmanay celebrations across Scotland, with sub-zero temperatures expected.Read
The brother of a grandmother brutally murdered in her Glasgow flat has said he is "mystified" about why she was killed.Read
Environmental campaigners will swap the traditional lump of coal in a first foot stunt to highlight "greener" power sources, it has been revealed.Read
Police officers should be given devices to detect drug-drivers, the Tories said.Read
The Government has been urged to meet its international aid commitments 40 years after signing a UN resolution.Read
Scotland rugby legend Ian McGeechan has been knighted in the 2010 New Year honours list for his services to rugby union.Read
Two-thirds of Scots making New Year resolutions want to improve their health and well-being, a survey has revealed.Read
Lingerie tycoon Michelle Mone and rugby legend Ian McGeechan head the list of Scots given awards by the Queen in the New Year honours list.Read
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