30 March 2013: 10:49am
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The Edinburgh Military Tattoo will celebrate its 60th anniversary with a programme of music, song, dance and drama from around the world, organisers have said.Read
Scotland's reputation as a place to do business could be damaged by plans to give Holyrood increased tax-raising powers, a report has found.Read
The stepson of a Scottish woman who was stabbed to death in America has been charged with second-degree murder, police said.Read
First Minister Alex Salmond has launched a youth festival in the north-east of Scotland that will bring together 1,000 performers from around the globe.Read
A rare shrimp that may be the most ancient animal species on Earth is alive and well in Scotland, scientists have discovered.Read
Detectives have launched a murder inquiry after a man found seriously injured across the road from a pub died.Read
An appeal has been mounted to obtain details of the Electoral Commission's investigation into the donations scandal which led to the resignation of former Scottish Labour leader Wendy Alexander.Read
A woman who has been left with a "changed personality" following a road crash is suing police over the accident, it has emerged.Read
One third of teenagers send more than 100 text messages a day, according to a new survey which shows just how enthralled today's youth are with mobile phone technology.Read
A man has admitted trying to rape a 16-year-old schoolgirl as she walked home because she thought she had missed her bus.Read
A teenager has admitted knocking down and killing a "gentle-natured and loving" father with a stolen car.Read
Serial killer Peter Tobin has been questioned by police in Scotland, it has emerged.Read
No public services in Scotland should be protected against the prospect of looming cuts in spending, a report has recommended.Read
Police have ruled out any crimes linked to serial killer Peter Tobin at a second seaside property where he used to live.Read
Work started today on one of Scotland's largest construction projects.Read
First Minister Alex Salmond is due to launch a youth festival in the north east of Scotland that brings together 1,000 performers from around the globe.Read
The group set up to examine where cuts can be made to public spending is due to set out its findings.Read
Significant improvements have been made to the BBC's coverage of the devolved nations - but concerns remain about "misleading or confusing" news items, the BBC Trust has found.Read
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