31 March 2013: 6:11pm
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Rescue teams have called off the search for two RAF airmen who went missing after two Tornado jets crashed off the north coast of Scotland, the Ministry of Defence said.Read
The Royal Bank of Scotland Group said duplicate mortgage payments have not been taken during Natwest's IT meltdown - but "a small number" of customers with personal loans had been charged twice.Read
Two aircrew are missing after two Tornado jets crashed off the north coast of Scotland, the Ministry of Defence has said.Read
Andy Murray beat the rain to make it to the Wimbledon quarter finals for the fifth successive year.Read
A man suspected of having Legionnaires' disease has died, the Scottish Government has confirmed.Read
A vote for Scottish independence could spark an emergency defence response similar to a terrorist attack on Faslane, according a defence expert.Read
An investigation into the Scottish banking sector has been under way for some time and will now be extended, prosecutors have confirmed.Read
Two people have been picked up by helicopter from the Moray Firth after two Tornado jets crashed off the north coast of Scotland.Read
Television presenter Lorraine Kelly and rugby veteran Chris Paterson were among those who have received honours from the Queen.Read
X marks the spot for JK Rowling's first book since she called time on the Harry Potter saga.Read
Andy Murray refused to be defeated by the rain as he booked a place in the quarter-finals of Wimbledon for a fifth successive year.Read
There was "every chance" a care home resident would not have died after developing pressure sores if a treatment plan had been properly followed, a sheriff has found.Read
Courts may have to sit at weekends to prevent suspects from spending a "disproportionate" amount of time in detention cells, the Justice Secretary has suggested.Read
Andy Murray managed just five minutes of play before his fourth round Wimbledon match was suspended again due to rain.Read
Moors Murderer Ian Brady is undergoing a series of tests after becoming "acutely physically unwell".Read
To some he was "the uncrowned king of Scotland" while others saw him as "the great tyrant".Read
The private papers of one of the most controversial political figures in Scottish history are set to take up a permanent place in the national archives.Read
Two boys aged 10 and 11 have been charged in connection with an alleged sexual assault on an 11-year-old girl in a school playground.Read
Andy Murray is to finish his fourth round battle at Wimbledon, after rain stopped play.Read
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh are to host their annual garden party in the grounds of the Palace of Holyroodhouse.Read
Scots purchased the fewest tickets for the London Olympics but will be amongst the biggest regional beneficiaries of the Games' economic boost, a report has suggested.Read
A service to help young runaways has been launched with the help of lottery funding.Read
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