7 April 2013: 7:23pm
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A man accused of murdering missing businesswoman Lynda Spence has said claims that he tortured and killed her are "total fantasy".Read
A man who died in an accident at an animal food processing plant has been described as a "truly genuine person" with a "bubbly and infectious personality".Read
The amount of tax expected from North Sea oil and gas has been reduced by a UK economic forecaster.Read
Police have issued a fresh appeal for the public's help in tracing a marine missing for 10 days.Read
Businesses have broadly welcomed the Chancellor's Budget announcement but unions warned that any extra cash for Scotland will be offset by cuts.Read
A football club has issued an apology to Rangers for one of its youth team players making "grossly offensive" remarks online about the Ibrox disaster.Read
Organisers are committed to ensuring that participants in the Glasgow 2014 Queen's Baton Relay will run in their home town, the sport minister has said.Read
More clarity is needed with Scottish Government legislation aimed at reforming the college and university sector, a Holyrood committee has said.Read
A man accused of murdering a missing financial adviser has been asked to tell her parents where her remains are.Read
An extra £176 million will be available to the Scottish Government because of decisions made in the Chancellor's Budget, according to the UK Government.Read
A city has seen a dramatic reduction in the number of crimes of violence and indecency including rape, according to new figures.Read
The public sector in Scotland lost over 10,000 workers last year, new figures show.Read
Striking union members in Scotland have come out in "strong" support of a dispute about pay, pensions and working conditions.Read
One of two men accused of murdering a missing businesswoman has described claims that he abducted and tortured her as "total fantasy".Read
Unemployment in Scotland has fallen for the fourth consecutive month with new figures showing the jobless total now stands at 200,000.Read
Opposition politicians at Holyrood have united to call for legislation aimed at reforming Scotland's college and university sector to be delayed.Read
An elderly woman has died following a blaze at a flat in the early hours.Read
The public consultation on same-sex marriage legislation is to close.Read
Major businesses are to gather to discuss the employability of young people.Read
Nationalists are to challenge Labour to scrap its support for nuclear weapons and reverse its "flawed policy".Read
Motorists have been warned of icy conditions on Scotland's roads as freezing temperatures take hold over large parts of the country.Read
A company has been fined £90,000 for "blighting" the public with thousands of unwanted marketing calls.Read
Widespread shortcomings have been found in organisations set up to improve local services, according to the public spending watchdog.Read
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