20 April 2013: 6:53pm
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Scotland's First Minister has written to US senators as the row over the release of the Lockerbie bomber continued.Read
MPs are to launch an inquiry into deepwater drilling off the UK coast in the wake of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.Read
Scottish Water has withdrawn its application to replenish a drought-hit reservoir after the rain did the job for them.Read
A man has been injured after a digger collided with a freight train, police said.Read
The number of companies going bust has reached record levels, officials figures show.Read
A soldier killed on the day he was due to fly home from Afghanistan was the first Military Cross holder to die in battle since the Second World War, it has been disclosed.Read
Fire crews had to pump water from dozens of properties after heavy rain led to flooding in a city centre.Read
The broadcast of the final two episodes of the hit TV show The Scheme will be postponed again after fresh legal proceedings.Read
A shake-up of lottery funding could see state schools missing out on grants that independent schools would be eligible for.Read
Personal insolvency levels have grown slightly, latest figures have shown.Read
A woman who admitted killing her mother in a fight at her home has been jailed.Read
Job-hunters who have lots of employed friends are more likely to find work themselves, a new study has said.Read
A paedophile has been sentenced to six years in jail and faces life-long supervision for a catalogue of offences against children.Read
Economic recovery stalled in the first three months of this year, official figures have shown.Read
Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond has insisted he did not regret the controversial release from prison of the Lockerbie bomber.Read
David Cameron is due to meet American business leaders to launch a major trade offensive as he bids to shift focus away from the controversies over BP which have so far dominated his first US visit as Prime Minister.Read
The number of drink and drug-drivers caught in an annual summer crackdown on Scotland's roads has dropped, new figures show.Read
New research which shows Scots drink 100 pints of beer a year more than the inhabitants of other UK nations has prompted a renewed call for alcohol prices to rise.Read
Fears over public sector job cuts and having no team to support in the World Cup saw fewer people heading to the shops last month.Read
Visitors to major tourist attractions have surged by 7% in the last year, Historic Scotland said.Read
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