17 May 2013: 5:53am
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The Liberal Democrats were the big losers in the council elections across Scotland, with the leader of Edinburgh City Council one of those voted out of office.Read
The operator of a North Sea platform that has been leaking gas for several weeks has been granted approval from the Government to "kill" the well by pumping heavy mud into it.Read
Labour has become the biggest party in Scotland's capital following a massive collapse in the Liberal Democrat vote.Read
Labour and the nationalists have both made gains in the council elections but the Liberal Democrats have seen their support collapse.Read
Labour has returned to power in Glasgow with a majority of councillors despite a high-profile SNP campaign.Read
Labour's leader in Glasgow has been re-elected in the council elections and declared that the SNP "juggernaut" has rolled into a ditch.Read
The former leader of Edinburgh Council has lost her seat, becoming one of the highest-profile Liberal Democrat casualties of the local elections.Read
A man accused of gunning down a gangland figure in a supermarket car park has walked free from court after the case against him collapsed.Read
The 330-tonne central roof section has been put into place at a new entertainment arena in Scotland`s biggest city.Read
The councillor who almost derailed Donald Trump's plans for a £1 billion golf resort has successfully defended his seat.Read
Football club director Jim Leishman has been elected a Labour councillor in Fife.Read
Labour has pulled ahead in Glasgow after the first round of declarations.Read
A man is fighting for his life in hospital after he was stabbed in a house by up to six people, police said.Read
A woman has appeared in court charged with murder after a man was found fatally injured at a flat.Read
A man accused of gunning down a gangland figure in a supermarket car park has been acquitted after the case against him collapsed.Read
The first results in the Scottish council elections have been declared.Read
The results of the local government elections are expected to be known later on Friday as votes are counted in Scotland's 32 councils.Read
Scotland's top civil servant has rejected a complaint that an SNP minister breached electoral guidelines by making a government announcement during the local election campaign.Read
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