30 March 2013: 1:18pm
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A pilot scheme bringing low-cost ferry fares to some island routes has come into operation.Read
Praise was heaped on British tennis ace Andy Murray after his "fantastic" straight-sets victory in the Madrid Masters.Read
Labour was accused of scaremongering over plans to introduce free school meals for some youngsters, as Nationalists insisted funding was available for the scheme.Read
First-time buyers were handed a £60 million package to help find affordable homes in Scotland.Read
Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond launched a fierce attack on Gordon Brown over the economy, branding him a "sub prime minister".Read
Four people have died in a spate of accidents on Scotland's roads this weekend, police said.Read
Health secretary Nicola Sturgeon urged Scots to step up their fitness levels by walking more.Read
The Tories attacked health secretary Nicola Sturgeon over plans to ban NHS chiefs from putting more hospital cleaning services out to contract.Read
Environment minister Michael Russell defended plans to allow the snaring of animals after calls from SNP party members to ban the practice.Read
The number of home repossession cases in Scotland has doubled since the start of the credit crunch, it was reported.Read
Scotland could be given the power to raise and set its own taxes if the Conservatives win the next election, it was reported.Read
One of the Scottish Government's economic experts an independent Scotland would be "financially viable".Read
Andy Murray has another chance of glory when he plays in the final of the Madrid Masters.Read
Labour outlined 15 "practical suggestions" it wants the Scottish Government to follow to help the country through the international economic crisis.Read
Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond will call for the country to have a new political and economic "age of responsibility".Read
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