28 April 2013: 8:39am
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Labour is ahead in the race to power in the Holyrood elections, according to a poll for the Scottish Mail on Sunday newspaper.Read
Scotland stands ready to assist those caught up in the aftermath of the Japanese earthquake.Read
The First Minister has promised to close any funding gap in higher education without allowing tuition fees to be imposed on students, should the SNP be re-elected in May.Read
Former MP George Galloway has announced he will be standing for a seat in the Scottish Parliament as part of a "coalition against cuts".Read
Two female petrol station assistants have been tied up by an armed thief who escaped with a five-figure sum of cash.Read
Much of Scotland has been blanketed by snow as a band of Arctic weather began making its way across the UK, bringing heavy snowfall and difficult driving conditions in some parts.Read
Scots artist Jack Vettriano has given his backing to SNP leader Alex Salmond in the forthcoming Scottish elections.Read
Sports clubs are to benefit from £1.65 million seized from Scotland's criminals.Read
Labour has announced its commitment to a two-year council tax freeze in the next parliament.Read
The SNP kicked off its Spring conference where the party will set out its "vision for the future of Scotland".Read
Heavy snow is set to hit large parts of Scotland over the weekend as winter returns with a vengeance.Read
First Minister Alex Salmond will tell his party that "the rocks will melt with the sun" before he allows tuition fees to be imposed on Scottish students.Read
Two special health boards spent more than £70,000 on foreign trips for staff last year.Read
A new £500,000 interest-free loan scheme could help householders install green energy generating equipment - and get paid for doing so.Read
The SNP will begin its campaign for re-election at its spring conference this weekend.Read
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