24 May 2013: 7:07pm
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Unions have reacted angrily after their bid for a 3% pay rise for some of the lowest-paid local authority workers was dismissed.Read
A senior Conservative has held talks with Holyrood bosses over how a future Tory Government at Westminster could work with the Scottish Parliament.Read
A school teacher has became only the second in Scotland to be struck off for incompetence.Read
Holyrood bosses have warned MSPs that the Scottish Parliament's restaurant should not be used for party political fundraising.Read
Scotland is leading the way in addressing some of the "difficult issues" the farming sector is facing, Rural Affairs Secretary Richard Lochhead has said.Read
Hundreds of drivers have been left stranded for hours after blizzard conditions and fallen electricity lines forced the closure of a major road.Read
A teenager who stabbed a man to death when he caught him trying to steal a car has been sentenced to life behind bars.Read
The First Minister has urged ScotRail and striking union members locked in a row about the use of train conductors to resolve the "unnecessary dispute".Read
Residents have been forced to flee their homes following landslips on a vulnerable stretch of cliffs.Read
Liberal Democrat leader Tavish Scott has attempted to switch the focus on bonus payments to the Scottish Government.Read
First Minister Alex Salmond has refused to back calls for automatic jail sentences for those caught carrying a knife.Read
A chef who infected his lover with the HIV virus has been jailed for 10 years.Read
The use of stun guns is an operational matter for the police and should not be decided by ministers, the Justice Secretary has said.Read
The body of a foreign artist who disappeared on a visit to Scotland has been found on a beach, police said.Read
An overhaul of the teaching curriculum in schools could be delayed, MSPs have been told.Read
Heavy snow has caused travel misery across Scotland.Read
Part-nationalised lender Royal Bank of Scotland has posted a £3.6 billion loss for last year.Read
Two climbers swept away by an avalanche on a Scottish mountain died, police confirmed.Read
Royal Bank of Scotland is to pay bonuses totalling £1.3 billion to its investment bankers despite expectations of grim annual results.Read
Artist Jack Vettriano said he had done well in his "career of wall decoration" as he was crowned this year's Great Scot.Read
Voters are due to find out what the question could be in a referendum on independence for Scotland.Read
Public bodies are facing the biggest spending squeeze since devolution, a watchdog report has warned.Read
A man who infected his lover with the HIV virus is due to be sentenced for culpable and reckless conduct.Read
Ministers should take responsibility for plans to arm police officers with stun guns, Liberal Democrats are set to argue.Read
The bodies of two soldiers killed during the major military campaign in central Afghanistan are to return to Britain.Read
Police have launched a new campaign to crack down on people using their mobile phones while driving.Read
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