25 May 2013: 9:09am
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Police investigating the death of a man on a city centre street have arrested a man in connection with the inquiry.Read
The UK Government did not keep Scotland "in the dark" over plans to include the Lockerbie bomber in a prisoner-transfer deal with Libya, Justice Secretary Jack Straw has said.Read
A law banning tobacco displays and cigarette vending sales has been approved by the Scottish Parliament.Read
An attempt to kill off a proposed ban on the display of tobacco in shops has been defeated in the Scottish Parliament.Read
The cost of the 2014 Commonwealth Games is out of control because inflation and pensions have been left out of its budget, MSPs have been told.Read
The NHS paid out £26 million in compensation for mistakes last year, it has emerged.Read
The financial crisis has had a "devastating impact" on staff working in the industry, MSPs have been told.Read
Fewer than one in five secondary schools and just a third of primary schools are providing pupils with two hours of physical exercise a week, figures have revealed.Read
A fat cat which shed more than two pounds has been crowned pet slimming champion of the year by an animal welfare charity.Read
The company which runs the student loan scheme for the Government has announced plans to axe 150 jobs.Read
Hospital doctors have been criticised after new figures showed they are still failing to meet hand-washing targets.Read
A bid to make Glasgow one of Europe's greenest cities within a decade has been launched.Read
Opposition politicians have called on Finance Secretary John Swinney to set out his full spending plans in next year's Budget.Read
Two prison officers needed hospital treatment when they were injured in a riot at a private jail, it has been confirmed.Read
A national maximum wage to curb "excessive" pay among high earners is to be called for by union leaders, with bosses urging the Government to back the proposal.Read
Singer Susan Boyle returned home to find an intruder inside her house, police have said.Read
Two teenagers have died and another is seriously injured after a two-vehicle road crash, police said.Read
A national maximum wage to curb "excessive" pay among high earners is to be called for by union leaders.Read
Anti-smoking campaigners have urged MSPs to pass new legislation banning the display of tobacco and sales of cigarettes from vending machines.Read
Scotland's only women's prison is in crisis with most inmates living in unacceptable conditions, an inspector's report has found.Read
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