24 April 2013: 7:25am
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A footballer's father suffered a heart attack after watching his son's cup-winning performance over Scottish league leaders Celtic.Read
An estimated £1 billion-worth of fish could be wastefully thrown back dead into the sea by the combined European fleet in the next decade unless major changes are agreed, the Scottish Fisheries Secretary has warned.Read
A 48-year-old man has been found dead in his home, police said.Read
An MSP has said he wants to ensure a proper debate is conducted about the future of the Northern Isles in light of the upcoming referendum on independence.Read
The president of computing company Dell has reportedly said the outcome of the independence referendum will not affect the organisation's commitment to Scotland.Read
Edinburgh Zoo is considering streaming the birth of its first baby panda live on the internet.Read
A man has been arrested following a spate of suspicious fires over a five-month period.Read
More than 5,000 people have responded to the Scottish Government's consultation on the forthcoming referendum on independence, the Cabinet Secretary for Government Strategy has said.Read
Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson is to head a campaign to fight to save the Union.Read
Six local authorities that have "particular challenges" with youth unemployment will share £9 million to create work opportunities, it has been announced.Read
Adverts for food which is high in fat, sugar and salt should not be broadcast before the 9pm watershed, according to the public health minister for Scotland.Read
Companies linked to anyone convicted of bribery or serious organised crime will be barred from bidding for public-sector contracts under new rules.Read
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