9 April 2013: 1:25pm
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Murray mania has reached fever pitch as the nation pinned its hopes on the Scot becoming the first British men's Wimbledon singles champion in 76 years.Read
The nation is willing Andy Murray to victory in Sunday's Wimbledon final, with many of his high-profile friends taking to Twitter to pass on their good luck messages.Read
A food festival has fallen victim to heavy rain and flooding affecting parts of Scotland.Read
Andy Murray has been practising for a "perfect" performance in his historic Wimbledon final against six-time champion Roger Federer.Read
T in the Park organisers have hailed a "fabulous start" to the festival despite poor weather conditions.Read
Parents of soldiers killed in Iraq and Afghanistan are to take part in protests up and down the country against plans to reduce the size of the Army.Read
Andy Murray has been practising ahead of his historic Wimbledon final against six-time champion Roger Federer.Read
The death of a woman whose body was found in a house is being treated as suspicious, police said.Read
A busy stretch of road was closed due to flooding as heavy rain hit Scotland.Read
Revellers at Scotland's biggest music festival have been warned to expect soggy conditions with rain forecast.Read
Andy Murray is preparing himself for the biggest match of his life as he bids to become the first man to win a Wimbledon title for 76 years.Read
A tartan celebrating ties between Scotland and Islam has been created.Read
A father whose young son was shot dead in a cafe in Turkey will mark the anniversary of the toddler's death by campaigning for action against firearms.Read
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