16 April 2013: 11:18am
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A thief escaped with cash after a raid at a bookmakers.Read
A teenager saved his younger sister from a house blaze thanks to fire advice he learned at Scouts.Read
British police investigating the 1988 Lockerbie bombing are to visit Libya for the first time.Read
Farming income has fallen by almost a fifth in real terms, new figures have revealed.Read
A hostage killed in the Algerian gas field terrorist siege has been remembered at his funeral as a "humble, kind and generous man".Read
The Deputy First Minister has failed to explicitly commit to reinstating universal child benefit in an independent Scotland.Read
A woman has paid tribute to the optician who saved her life three months before her wedding by spotting a cyst on her brain.Read
Organisers of the 2014 Ryder Cup are "exploiting goodwill" by charging volunteers who will work at the event, a trade union body has claimed.Read
Microsoft has pledged to take on about 2,000 apprentices in Scotland over the next three years.Read
Police have charged a 13-year-old boy in connection with reports of laser pens being shone at aircraft.Read
A man accused of murdering a missing businesswoman told a friend he had disposed of a woman's body, a court has heard.Read
The First Minister has been challenged to be "straight" with the public and name the date for the independence referendum.Read
Pioneering research which could lead to more sustainable fishing while also collecting crucial data for marine renewables has been welcomed by local fishermen in Scotland.Read
The professor who gave his name to the "God particle", believed to give matter mass, is to receive a science medal.Read
The school curriculum should include classes on the Scottish independence referendum, according to electoral officials.Read
British police investigating the Lockerbie bombing are to visit Libya.Read
A man accused of murdering a missing businesswoman told a friend he Tasered someone in the chest and then chopped and bagged them up, a court has heard.Read
A 23-year-old driver has died and his passenger seriously injured after the car they were in crashed.Read
The Scottish Government has agreed a deal with bus operators to secure the future of the concessionary travel scheme for over-60s and people with disabilities.Read
Details of the donations made to the two main Scottish referendum campaign groups should be made public as soon as possible, the man leading the drive for independence said.Read
A flock of 35 sheep, worth over £4,000, has been stolen from a farm in Scotland.Read
Consumers are being put at risk because of a threat to the long-term viability of trading standards services, according to public spending experts.Read
Rules aiming to give homeowners the ability to appoint and dismiss property factors are inflexible and impractical, according to the convener of a Holyrood committee.Read
MSPs are to stage a special meeting at a Gypsy-Traveller site.Read
Ryder Cup organisers are seeking 1,800 volunteers to help out at the golf competition next year.Read
Housing campaigners have launched a campaign aimed to make the private rental sector "fit for families".Read
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