9 April 2013: 5:21am
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A remote refuge credited with saving the lives of many walkers and mountaineers is to be refurbished for the first time since it was erected more than 40 years ago.Read
Skiers and snowboarders in traditional Scottish dress have failed to set a new record for the number of people on a piste in kilts.Read
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has said he is angry that banks are still awarding super-sized salaries and bumper bonuses.Read
An elderly woman has died and a man is fighting for his life following a three-car pile-up in Paisley, police said.Read
The Liberal Democrats have voted to continue their opposition to RAF closures in Scotland despite a plea by a young party pacifist to close the bases.Read
The proposed alternative vote system will be "bad news for Tories in the English shires and bad news for Labour in its rotten boroughs", Secretary of State for Scotland Michael Moore has said.Read
A garage has gone on sale for the cost of more than many flats in the same city.Read
Heroin users should not be imprisoned or fined and should be given the drug on the NHS, Liberal Democrat members have agreed.Read
Welsh Conservatives have unveiled their 2011 Assembly elections campaign slogan.Read
Scottish troops could be sent to Libya to help with humanitarian efforts in the troubled country.Read
Secretary of State for Scotland Michael Moore is to outline his party's plans to support businesses.Read
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