20 June 2013: 8:26am
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A British oil worker kidnapped in Indonesia has been reunited with his family after a two-day ordeal.Read
A British oil worker kidnapped in Indonesia has been released, the Foreign Office has said.Read
The completed restoration of the historic flagpole at Bannockburn will be celebrated with the burial of a time capsule later.Read
The Prince of Wales will visit veterans and meet injured soldiers on his final day of engagements in Scotland.Read
Royal Bank of Scotland is expected to announce 2,000 job losses in the wake of boss Stephen Hester's plans to stand down after five years at the helm.Read
A woman whose car came off a rural road has died.Read
Campaigners in Scotland are calling for further clarity on pensions in the run-up to the independence referendum.Read
The UK Government is committed to providing support for small and medium businesses involved in the oil and gas industry, according to the Scottish Secretary.Read
A married teacher accused of abducting a 15-year-old schoolgirl and taking her to France researched how long he could face behind bars for having a sexual relationship with a child, a court has heard.Read
Royal Bank of Scotland boss Stephen Hester has announced plans to step down from the lender after five years at the helm.Read
The UK Government's economic policies are one reason for the country's "anaemic recovery" from recession, a leading academic has claimed.Read
Ukip leader Nigel Farage has confirmed he will return to campaign in Scotland, one month after angry demonstrators hounded him out of an Edinburgh pub.Read
A woman whose remains were found in a shallow grave was murdered and dismembered, police believe.Read
Everything will be done to ensure the safe return of an oil worker reportedly kidnapped in Indonesia, Scotland's First Minister has said.Read
Union leaders claim mobile phone giant O2 plans to make a further 400 workers redundant.Read
Labour MP Tom Harris has quit the frontbench - saying he was unable to juggle the responsibility with his family life.Read
Westminster has been urged to give Scotland a fair share of European funds for agriculture after concerns that money could be diverted.Read
A schoolgirl who tricked another teenage girl into a sexual relationship by making her believe she was a boy has been released from prison after judges decided her sentence was too harsh.Read
Legislation to reform bankruptcy laws and help improve services for debt advice, management and relief has been introduced at Holyrood.Read
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall received a warm welcome as they visited a textile mill in the Scottish Borders.Read
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