7 May 2013: 2:03pm
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Scotland's top prosecutor has met the interim Libyan prime minister to discuss the continuing investigation into the Lockerbie bombing.Read
Scotland has become the first part of the UK to back minimum pricing for alcohol.Read
A 14-year-old boy has appeared in court charged with assault after another boy collapsed during an altercation and later died.Read
Labour has failed in a last-ditch attempt to claw back extra profits made by supermarkets through minimum alcohol unit pricing in Scotland.Read
A 14-year-old schoolboy who collapsed during an altercation with another boy has died in hospital, police said.Read
A police officer is in no doubt that jewellery was in a missing woman's bathroom on the day she disappeared, a court has been told.Read
Policing priorities will be laid before the Scottish Parliament under changes to legislation for a new national force.Read
Fresh calls for an inquiry into the Lockerbie bombing have been rejected by the First Minister.Read
The eurozone crisis could have substantial implications for Scotland, the First Minister has warned.Read
Chimpanzees and orang-utans have their own personalities, researchers have found.Read
A policeman has been taken to hospital following a collision between a patrol vehicle and another car.Read
One thousand businesses could become food champions under a new scheme to promote Scottish produce.Read
Issues such as a lack of funding and low teacher numbers must be addressed if proposals to enable children to learn two foreign languages at primary school are to be implemented successfully, Labour has warned.Read
A murder investigation has been launched after a man was stabbed to death.Read
A woman who collapsed during an exercise class was revived using an emergency defibrillator after a crew of passing firefighters was flagged down.Read
MSPs are being asked to back Scottish Government aims to enable children to learn two foreign languages at school.Read
Scotland is set to become the first part of the UK to approve plans for minimum pricing for alcohol.Read
An inquiry into the economic and social impact of the ageing population has been launched by a Holyrood committee.Read
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