21 March 2013: 6:27pm
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The cast and crew of popular television programme Fresh Meat have held a workshop with aspiring young writers and actors at Glasgow Youth Film Festival.Read
Scots are making a "profound mistake" if they believe independence is the only way the country could make a positive contribution to other nations, according to Tory leader Ruth Davidson.Read
The cost of creating a nuclear submarine support facility at a Royal Navy base could be £145 million more than the initial estimate, a High Court judge has said.Read
A man who murdered a pensioner by setting fire to his flat and leaving him to die has been handed a life sentence, the Crown Office said.Read
Over two-thirds of teachers and lecturers in Scotland feel dissatisfied by the support provided to them during the implementation of the new curriculum, a survey has found.Read
A man accused of murdering businesswoman Lynda Spence told a barman the pub would "go up in flames" amid a dispute with the owner, a court has heard.Read
A woman has been rescued from a house fire after neighbours raised the alarm.Read
An extra £1 million is being made available to help repair harbours damaged during severe storms.Read
A Highland railway station has been reopened, marking the return of train services more than five decades after the original was closed.Read
Whitehall "spies" may already be embedded in the civil service in Scotland ready to leak intelligence in the event of independence, a former British civil servant has suggested.Read
Artificial bone created using stem cells and a new lightweight plastic could soon be used to heal broken limbs, according to scientists.Read
Finance Secretary John Swinney has given an assurance that he is doing all he can to support the retail sector after new figures showed a drop in sales at the end of last year.Read
The Royal Mail is issuing a set of stamps featuring some of the UK's biggest soccer heroes to mark the 150th anniversary of Association Football rules being established.Read
A Canadian scientist who has served on an international body studying climate change has been appointed to the Scottish Government's Council of Economic Advisers.Read
Wet weather and rising costs contributed to a drop in the profitability of the agriculture industry last year, according to a survey of Scottish farmers.Read
North-east Glasgow has the highest proportion of adults without any qualifications in Britain, a study has found.Read
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