18 April 2013: 3:43am
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The head of Scotland's arts funding body is standing down, saying the time was right for a change of direction for both him and the organisation.Read
Former Hibernian striker Garry O'Connor has been charged with alleged drugs offences.Read
Ferry workers in the Northern Isles have voted to strike in a row over jobs.Read
Disruption on the main transport network has been kept to a minimum as the first widespread snowfall of winter crossed the country.Read
A Labour MSP is leaving Holyrood to take up a senior post in the trade union movement.Read
Plans for a new system of property taxation have been set out in what is a historic first for the Scottish Government.Read
Drugs worth more than a quarter of a million pounds have been seized in raids at the weekend.Read
Rail passengers are being reminded of the late night alcohol ban as operators prepare for the busy festive period.Read
The case of a teacher accused of abducting a teenage girl has been committed to a crown court.Read
Police chiefs have backed a month-long campaign targeting those who drink and drive over the festive season.Read
A fire station has been badly damaged after a blaze ripped through the building.Read
Pro-independence campaigners will show over the next year that Scotland is "the most prepared nation in the world" for gaining new powers, the Deputy First Minister will tell an audience of business leaders.Read
Commuters are being urged to take extra care as the first widespread snowfall of winter is expected to cause challenging travelling conditions.Read
A network to help protect Scotland's seas could provide economic benefits worth £10 billion, according to a report.Read
The Ministry of Defence (MoD) has announced a new £25 million contract for more laser-guided bombs in a move set to secure hundreds of British jobs.Read
Projects aimed at helping people into work should be subjected to "robust, independent evaluation", a committee of MSPs has told the Scottish Government.Read
Zoo chiefs have hailed a successful 12 months as they marked a year since two giant pandas arrived in the UK.Read
The decline in Scotland's economy is on a par with troubled Spain, according to a global accountancy firm.Read
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