30 March 2013: 3:27am
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A church leader came under fire after he accused the Prime Minister of promoting legislation which would enable cells to be taken from people without consent.Read
The Scottish Government has been accused of trying to undermine the work of the British-Irish Council.Read
Education secretary Fiona Hyslop has faced calls for "transparency" over the SNP's pledge to cut class sizes to 18 for younger pupils.Read
Councillors in Edinburgh have warned they face a multi-million pound budget shortfall.Read
Doctors have lodged a petition of almost 22,000 signatures to the Scottish Parliament objecting to a shake-up of health services.Read
Parents of stillborn children have been given "somewhere to grieve" decades after the infants died, with the unveiling of a new memorial.Read
Hundreds of well-wishers lined the streets to welcome the troops of the Royal Highland Fusiliers back to their home city.Read
A cargo ship has run aground above a gas pipeline.Read
New measures aimed at protecting adults who are at risk of abuse or neglect have come into force.Read
The number of winter deaths in Scotland fell last year, figures have revealed.Read
All future government decisions should be based on how they will boost economic recovery, a leading business group has said.Read
The Prime Minister has come under fierce public attack from a church leader who accused him of promoting legislation which would enable cells to be taken from people without consent.Read
A football match involving a team of MSPs was called off after tempers boiled over, it has been confirmed.Read
Doctors are due to deliver a petition to the Scottish Parliament objecting to a proposed shake-up of services.Read
Hundreds of soldiers are due to receive a hero's welcome as they take part in a homecoming parade.Read
A memorial to honour the graves of more than 250 stillborn children buried in common ground will be unveiled.Read
Rangers fans have been warned that they could face arrest if caught chanting a controversial song.Read
Education secretary Fiona Hyslop will face a grilling from MSPs over the Government's spending plans for the coming year.Read
Scotland's councils must improve how they listen to the public to ensure their services put people's needs first, a report has found.Read
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