22 May 2013: 6:32pm
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A man has appeared in court charged with abduction and robbery after an incident at a pharmacy.Read
Ukip leader Nigel Farage had to be evacuated from a pub in a police riot van after being mobbed by rowdy protesters.Read
Ukip leader Nigel Farage was barricaded inside a pub on a campaign trip to promote his candidate in a Scottish by-election.Read
A city council has apologised after concluding there are "undoubtedly" cases in which it dispersed the remains of cremated infants against the wishes of their parents.Read
Chart-topping songwriter Emeli Sande was a double winner at the Ivor Novello Awards.Read
Members of a group of young British computer hackers who masterminded sophisticated cyber attacks on major global institutions from their bedrooms have been jailed.Read
A merger of three colleges which has "saved" £7.4 million has been hailed as a success.Read
Donald Trump has launched a legal challenge against the Scottish Government's approval of an off-shore wind farm.Read
A cancer sufferer has described the upheaval facing her family after being told she would have to move to England just to get the drug she needs for free.Read
A convicted drug dealer boasted that he had set fire to a pub, a court has heard.Read
The Scottish Government has been urged to publish legal advice it has received regarding an independent Scotland's membership of the EU.Read
Scientists and doctors should examine why the number of children in Scotland with educational difficulties such as autism has risen fourfold over just 10 years, the Health Secretary has said.Read
A grandmother of 10 is being forced to become a "health refugee" and move from Scotland to England to get the cancer treatment she needs to extend her life, Labour leader Johann Lamont has said.Read
Royal Bank of Scotland has announced it is cutting 1,400 jobs in the latest round of redundancies since it was bailed out by the taxpayer.Read
Further signs of growing housing market confidence have been reported as a property search website revealed the lowest level of asking price reductions in at least three years.Read
A legal challenge to false statements made by either side of the independence debate would have little chance of success, according to academics.Read
The Scottish Government says it has now received legal advice about an independent Scotland's membership of the European Union.Read
A convicted drug dealer sent a message to a woman who lost her family in a house fire, telling her that he was "going to do the right thing", a court has heard.Read
A man has been arrested over a stand-off in a pharmacy.Read
The independence referendum could be challenged by any member of the public who raises a substantial doubt about the fairness of its outcome, according to a legal expert.Read
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