17 April 2013: 5:43pm
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Very low levels of radioactive iodine believed to be from the crisis-hit Japanese nuclear plant have been detected at more locations around Scotland, an environment watchdog has said.Read
A 98-year-old man has appeared in court charged with attempted murder after a policewoman was injured.Read
Victims of crime would be given extra support with access to compensation under plans unveiled by the SNP.Read
A harbour had to be closed for six hours after a fishing boat brought in what was thought to be a torpedo caught in its nets.Read
Pensioners on low incomes would be exempt from paying council tax under new Liberal Democrat plans.Read
The Scottish Poppy Appeal for 2010 has raised more than £2.3 million - the highest in its history.Read
Leggy Doctor Who star Karen Gillan, originally from Inverness, is to star as sixties cover girl Jean Shrimpton - the supermodel of her day - in a new BBC film.Read
Scotch whisky added £109 a second to the value of goods exported from the UK last year, new figures showed.Read
The Conservatives "quickly realised the error" of automatic early release of prisoners after they introduced the system, according to leader Annabel Goldie.Read
A drive to ensure no compulsory redundancies across the Scottish public sector has taken a step forward as the first local authority signed up to the pledge.Read
Labour has pledged to take forward a national charter for social care to ensure equal services for older people across Scotland if the party is elected to government.Read
Fishermen have found what is thought to be a torpedo caught in the nets of their boat.Read
A charity has called for "urgent" reform to the long-term care of cancer patients after a survey suggested two-thirds of Scots with the disease felt they did not get enough support when they left hospital.Read
Airport operator BAA will still have to sell two of its UK airports following a provisional ruling by the Competition Commission (CC).Read
Secretary of State for Scotland Michael Moore is to be be presented with the business case to take the Government's flagship Green Investment Bank north of the border.Read
Political parties are to unveil policies on tax, crime and care services as the campaign for the Holyrood election continues.Read
A 98-year-old man has been arrested and charged in connection with an alleged attack on a police officer.Read
Giant transport company FirstGroup has announced a £160 million order for new buses which will be made by two UK firms.Read
A rare bottle of whisky auctioned to raise money for the Japanese earthquake appeal has sold for £15,000.Read
Scotland is in danger of creating a "generation of inadequately-trained doctors" unless action is taken by the incoming Scottish Government, a professional body has warned.Read
Scottish party leaders have clashed in the first televised debate of the election campaign.Read
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