2 May 2013: 2:55am
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The UK Government has been accused of "reheating" an announcement that it would push ahead with plans to reduce fuel duty by 5p in island and remote communities.Read
A man has appeared in court in connection with the death of a 44-year-old man whose body was discovered at a flat.Read
University students will not have to pay tuition fees if Labour wins power in the Holyrood elections, the party's leader in Scotland said.Read
Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Tavish Scott has invited opposition parties to "come and work with us" to deliver improvements for the country.Read
The Earl of Wessex has visited Scotland to formally open a new university library.Read
Liberal Democrat justice spokesman Robert Brown has described plans for a single Scottish police force as "undemocratic".Read
A baby has died after developing a bloodstream infection and 11 others are being monitored in hospital, health chiefs have said.Read
Police investigating the discovery of a woman's body in woods have had a "good response" after taking their appeal for information on to buses she may have used.Read
Scotland could be one of the best places in the world to bring up children, a top police officer has said.Read
England will lose 31 MPs, Wales 10, Scotland seven and Northern Ireland two under changes to reduce the size of the House of Commons from 650 to 600, it has been announced.Read
More Scots who were infected with hepatitis C through treatment with NHS blood or blood products will now be eligible for thousands of pounds of extra support.Read
They served together and died together. Now Army dog handler Lance Corporal Liam Tasker and his springer spaniel Theo are to be flown home together.Read
Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander has announced plans to reduce fuel duty by 5p in island and remote communities.Read
Police are investigating claims that a city council leader was assaulted in a pub.Read
Scotland's prison population will reach a record level of 9,500 within the next decade, according to Government projections.Read
Police have named a woman found dead in Annan.Read
A university has approved restructuring plans which could see up to 95 posts shed.Read
An unemployed baseball player who brought high-purity cocaine with a potential street value of up to £1.28 million into one of the country's busiest airports has been jailed for eight years.Read
A pensioner has died in a three-vehicle road crash involving a van and a tractor, police said.Read
Plans to ease the burden of fuel costs on Scotland's island communities are due to be revealed.Read
Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Tavish Scott is to outline his "solutions for Scotland" in a speech to his party's conference.Read
Ministers and a panel of leading experts are to gather in Holyrood to discuss how investing in early years can prevent social problems such as ill health and violence.Read
The manufacturing engineering industry in Scotland has reported strong growth in sales, output volume and staffing for the third consecutive quarter, according to a new report.Read
Fifty young people in Glasgow will have help finding jobs through a scheme which aims to leave a legacy from the 2014 Commonwealth Games.Read
A review is to examine which seven Westminster constituencies Scotland will lose as part of a boundary shake-up in the wake of new legislation.Read
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