31 March 2013: 1:18pm
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Detectives investigating a double shooting have renewed their appeal for information about a car driven by the suspects.Read
There were major travel problems in Glasgow after a power cut closed part of its subway system.Read
Attempts to block the proposed takeover of Halifax Bank of Scotland have been overwhelmingly rejected in a Commons vote.Read
A company has been fined £300,000 after a worker was electrocuted while working at a fitness centre.Read
Thousands of jobs in shipbuilding and defence would be affected by the break-up of the Union, it has been claimed.Read
First Minister Alex Salmond refused to say if the Scottish Government would give a sympathetic hearing to pleas made on behalf of the Lockerbie bomber.Read
A 14-year-old boy who died after the bicycle he was riding was struck by a car has been named by police.Read
A man needed 60 stitches after he was dragged off a street and repeatedly slashed in a vicious attack in broad daylight, police said.Read
New jails could be built to replace two ageing prisons in Scotland.Read
Hundreds of mourners gathered to say farewell to Dundee United chairman Eddie Thompson.Read
The economy is slowing down in Scotland as new figures revealed the early impact of the global financial downturn.Read
Moves to bar commercial firms from bidding to provide GP services were launched by the Scottish Government.Read
Airport hero John Smeaton has woken from a two-week coma, his father said.Read
Nationalist MPs will try to block the proposed takeover of HBOS in a Commons vote.Read
Moves to ban commercial firms from bidding to provide GP services is due to be launched by the Scottish Government.Read
A 14-year-old boy has died after the bicycle he was riding was struck by a car, police said.Read
Mourners gather for the funeral of Dundee United chairman Eddie Thompson.Read
The Prime Minister's wife will go campaigning in the Glenrothes by-election.Read
Scotland`s high street shops have recorded their weakest sales performance for more than years.Read
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