13 May 2013: 10:40pm
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A nine-year-old blogger has raised more than 10 times her target amount for charity after a council overturned a ban on her taking photos of her school meals.Read
A service has been held to mark the 72nd anniversary of the UK's worst maritime disaster.Read
Soldiers fired a 21-gun royal salute at Edinburgh Castle to mark the Queen's official birthday during her Diamond Jubilee.Read
A 44-year-old man has been charged in connection with the death of a man whose body was found in a flat last year.Read
A nine-year-old blogger has raised more than £60,000 for charity after a council overturned a ban on her taking photos of her school meals.Read
Another case of Legionnaires' disease has been confirmed in an outbreak in the Scottish capital in which two people have died.Read
A man has died in a blaze at a flat in a four-storey tenement building.Read
A man has died after being hit by a vehicle on his way home from a night out.Read
A man has been attacked by four youths who chased him in a city street as he was walking from his car to his house.Read
A shop worker is in a critical condition in hospital after being stabbed, police said.Read
A service is being held to mark the 72nd anniversary of the UK's worst maritime disaster.Read
A person has died in a blaze at a flat in a four-storey tenement building.Read
A man is in hospital with serious injuries after a car crash.Read
Five people are taking legal action over a Legionnaires' disease outbreak which has left two people dead.Read
Grampian Police Deputy Chief Constable Colin Menzies has picked up the Queen's Police Medal in the Birthday Honours.Read
The principal of Strathclyde University, Professor Jim McDonald, has said receiving a knighthood is recognition for the institution as well as for his own work.Read
Entrepreneur Willie Haughey, a former director of Celtic Football Club, has said he was overwhelmed at hearing he was being knighted for services to business and philanthropy.Read
Former Holyrood presiding officer George Reid has been awarded a knighthood, which he says will round off a life spent serving the public both at home and abroad.Read
A station master who has manned the ticket office of a train station for almost 20 years has been awarded an MBE for services to the community.Read
Comedian and writer Armando Iannucci leads the Scots who have been included in the Queen's Birthday Honours list.Read
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